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    Alf has to die (No other exit for Ray works)

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  2. It's quite common for prejudice against "the enemy" to stem from military service - certainly a plausible explanation as to why someone would be prejudiced against one ethnic group, not another. Having said that, I would expect Alf not to like Roo's suitor because he wasn't good enough for his little girl, rather than his race
  3. If he was going to be against a particular race, it would likely be the race that was shooting at him during the war.
  4. Alf fought in vietnam - makes sense he'd have more problem with Asians than Europeans. And Frank was pretty Australianised
  5. That doesn't mean it wouldn't be a great story line... I don't say it in a Mason sux and should die sense. It makes it more tragic when a great character dies. And Mason giving Beth his heart both metaphorical and literally would have been a beautiful story. I would expect Mason would be an organ donor - both because of his Med student back ground and because of the experience with Beth. (I'm expecting one of the Morgan's will die) When the time comes, I'd love Mason's exit story to be as an organ donor - that would nicely tie up that story arc. As well as potentially promote real life discussions about an important issue
  6. I still think Beth getting Mason's heart would have been a great twist...
  7. Is that about Carly being self absorbed rather than about Bobby per se
  8. Could be that they all thought bringing up Bobby would be too painful for the other characters...
  9. I just presumed the abandoned car was Robbo's, parked there pre-amnesia, and when the photo was found, that confirmed it.
  10. I'm not sure the police would rush in like they did on Jesse and Kylie's wedding day. It would me more off a here's a summons crime.
  11. Josh did feel responsible - he thought he could have saved her, if he had a defib
  12. It strikes me as the sort of thing that Alf wouldn't have hidden in the house he shared with Ailsa - it was a secret he was kept from her and he would have kept it elsewhere...
  13. Morag says no.... Bigamy is the act of entering into a marriage with one person while still legally married to another. Martha has been declared dead by the coroner. She is LEGALLY dead. As such, Alf cannot remain legally married to Martha. Even if this wasn't the case, Alf could have secretly divorced her. Martha has left for over 12 months - the minimum length of time for a separation - her abandonment of the marriage is grounds for divorce.
  14. Not necessarily - this is a suspected death rather than a missing person case. If she just hadn't come home, then the 7 years would apply. As she was in a boat accident, death was a reasonable assumption. The investigating officers would have reported the suspected death to the coroner as per CORONERS ACT 1980 (the appropriate law in NSW at the time). Coroner made a finding of death. Alf got the death certificate and was legally able to marry Ailsa. (Alf found out Martha wasn't dead after he was legally married.) Enough bits to get the idea from Ref: http://www.coroners.justice.nsw.gov.au/Pages/coroner_role/missing_persons_.aspx "The police officer in charge of a missing person investigation must report the matter to the Coroner once they are satisfied that no further enquiries can be made as to whether a missing person is alive or deceased. This should occur as soon as the investigator is of the belief that the missing person is now deceased. " "Missing persons cases are reported to the Coroner by investigating police officers in the form of a 'P79B Police Report of Suspected Death', which outlines the factual background of the missing persons case." "Can I get a death certificate for a missing person? Yes, if the Coroner makes a finding of death" @Dan F " unless there's some legal experts here that specifically know the NSW regulations from 33 years ago" Not a legal expect, but the legislation is online... CORONERS ACT 1980 and Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1995 applied at the time. The actual laws under the spoiler tag - no one wants to read that stuff...
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