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Friday, August 5, 2011

Reviewing the 'collar bomb' hoax ordeal of Madeleine Pulver in Mosman, N.S.W., and the ransom demands; clues in James Clavell's novel Tai-Pan?


Network TEN News video: Victorian Police Commissioner Kel Galare explains what the night may have been like for those involved in the Madeleine Pulver case.
Her father, William Pulver, is the former CEO of Nielsen NetRatings in New York and is now the CEO of software company Appen Butler Hill in Sydney. August 4, 2011. http://youtu.be/jrAN6ec5fiE

When I first heard about this despicable situation, I thought back to this case, which, coincidentally, had been mentioned at length in the Sunday NY Post I'd bought and later read over at Panera Bread on Sunday afternoon while listening to the Marlins game on the radio.

New York Post
Bizarre story of pizza-delivery man blown up by collar-bomb still an enigma eight years later
By Candice M. Giove
Last Updated: 11:45 AM, July 31, 2011
Posted: 1:09 AM, July 31, 2011



Network TEN News video: Reporter Matt Doran exclusively recounts previously unknown aspects of the ransom demand in the Madeleine Pulver collar bomb extortion case. August 4, 2011.



Network TEN News video: Reporter Lachlan Kennedy speaks about Madeleine Pulver's parent remarks to the Australian news media at the N.S.W. Police HQ, as another strange detail emerges from the ransom note. August 4, 2011.


Network TEN News video: Reporter Gabrielle Boyle talks to Prof. Greg Barton of Monash University and explosives expert Tony Garland on the background and history of the collar bomb. August 4, 2011.



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