Toyah Cordingley found dead: a ‘disgusting and horrific’ act of violence

October 26, 2018 | Brainwave Science

Toyah Cordingley found dead: a ‘disgusting and horrific’ act of violence


Queensland Police are searching for the clues as they continue to investigate the murder of a woman found dead on a beach near Cairns on Monday. Douglas Shire Mayor Julia Leu said the murder of Toyah Cordingley on an isolated beach is a disgusting, horrific act of violence that has shaken the local community.

Toyah Cordingley, 24-year-old, went out to walk her dog on Sunday afternoon. Her body was found next morning in dunes at Wangetti Beach, 42 km north of Cairns. Police found Cordingley with ‘visible, violent injuries’ and according to locals, the beach was attended by a group of “oddbods” and transients with reports of nudity and sexually deviant behaviors in the sand dunes. Investigators are examining the beach for clues as well as tracing Cordingley’s last known step as they hunt for her killer. Police confirmed Cordingley’s dog was found tied up on the shore and her death could have been a sexually related murder.

Detective Senior Sergeant Ed Kinbacher said, “If we’re dealing with a potentially sexually related murder, which commonsensically we may be, we are dealing with a male.” Homicide detectives announced they had broadened their search beyond the isolated beach north to Port Douglas and south to Cairns.

According to Police, they had no leads or suspects and the scientific examination of the body and dog could help in this case. Police divers and Extra detectives were called in from Brisbane for assistance with the investigation. According to Police report, Cordingley may have attended Rusty’s Markets on Grafton Street before someone killed her. Police are questioning the members of the community present at Rusty Markets between 12 pm and 1 pm. Appeals have further been made for dashcam video from drivers who travelled in that area during the time of the murder.

One of the other mysteries is the beach’s remote location made it almost impossible to receive phone reception as to establish if Ms. Cordingley had tried to make an emergency call for help. Mayor Leu and law enforcement issued statements calling for public help to solve the crime.

“This is a disgusting, horrific and fatal act of violence against a young woman who was enjoying what so many people do on a daily basis- walk along our beautiful beaches,” Mayor Julia Leu said in a press conference. She further said, “We (community) are in shock and really concerned because the killer or killers could still be out there.”


Violence against women is now recognized to be a serious and widespread problem in Australia, with enormous individual and community impacts and social costs. According to reports, on average, one woman a week is murdered by known or unknown person and in total 67 women have been killed since the beginning of this year due to violence. Australian women are nearly three times more likely than men to experience violence from a stranger or intimate partner.

In a statement, Mayor Leu said, “Unfortunately it is what appears to be violence against women and it is sadly becoming common throughout Australia. We want this type of violence to stop.”

After the horrific incident and constant delay in the case, people have developed fear and anxiety. They demand swift closure, freed killer/s is causing panic in the community. Law enforcement agencies are under relentless pressure to perform better and waiting for time-taking scientific examination isn’t a wise choice in such a desperate situation. In order to swiftly solve this murder mystery and prevent future violence, Law enforcement agencies need advanced technology that could provide positive results in a short time frame with over 99% accuracy.


The investigation of such terrible and violent crimes like Cordingley’s murder is always complicated because of the public attention and demand for swift closure irrespective of lack of substantial evidence or clues. As law enforcement agencies have no substantial leads or prime suspects and still searching for clues, the most logical solution to solve this case and ensure swift delivery of justice is through embracing a technology that guarantees a high success rate in generating quality leads at an unprecedented faster rate. This technology only offered by Brainwave Science, delivers impeccably accurate results to support the investigation without any necessity of physical evidence, it’s called iCognative.

iCognative is so remarkable and advanced that once tested on a person of interest, it can determine with over 99% accuracy what they really know. Existing conventional investigative technology don’t provide such knowledge or accuracy and to add on further, there are a time-taking processes involved, but iCognative provides guaranteed positive results within an hour with accurate intelligence for law enforcement agencies to investigate in the right direction, saving money, time and resources. The only possible way to prevent crime is when the perpetrators know they can be easily identified, irrespective of how smart or clever they are. iCognative is extremely applicable in over 85% of criminal as well as civil cases wherever some investigation has been carried out.

In the case of Cordingley ’s murder, a 45-minutes iCognative can help the Queensland police to identify the perpetrator or any co-conspirators, any previous crime committed by the killer and support the police to find substantial evidence to put the perpetrator/s behind the bar for good. The investigator uploads all case-related information including confidential crime-related information into the iCognative system. Investigation details discovered during the investigation and known only to the perpetrator/s such as: time and date of the murder, exact location of the murder, method of murder, picture of victim’s body, type of clothes, etc. The iCognative system will record and analyze the brain responses  when suspects will see this crime-related information and system will determine with over 99% accuracy if the information under question is present in the suspect’s brain or not.

iCognative relies only on the brain reaction as they cannot be tampered with, making the technology virtually unbeatable and further provides the most accurate results that are necessary for law enforcement personnel to solve simple and complex case within few days. Brainwave Science’s iCognative is the most in-demand forensic technology around the globe as no other investigative technology for law-breaking citizens can compete with this at any standard.

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