Police investigating a former New Zealand man accused of murdering his six-month-old son have seized the family's laptop, phone, camera and iPads.
David Fisher, 38, has been kept behind bars after a brief court appearance for allegedly killing his son Elijah in a South Brisbane river on Saturday evening.
The child's mother, Fisher's wife, Lauren, wrote on Twitter last night that police had seized electronic equipment.
This afternoon she tweeted that today she had held her "baby boy" in her arms.
"Someone had dressed him in red. And the grey sky over Brisbane weeps with me," Mrs Fisher wrote.
Last night she tweeted: "There's such a beautiful moon smiling down on us tonight - so pretty it breaks my heart and I weep."
The Courier Mail is reporting that detectives have renewed calls for help from the public about the hours leading up to Elijah's death.
Elijah drowned after his father fell from the Logan Bridge with the baby in his arms.
Fisher emerged from the river and walked home, allegedly telling the his wife and Elijah's four older sisters, "Elijah's drowned. Elijah's gone."
He was charged with murder around midnight on Saturday and the baby's body was recovered on Sunday morning when water police found it washed up on a riverbank 1.5km downstream.
Later in the article Armstrongism was brought into the picture.
The Fisher family lived a nomadic lifestyle between Australia and New Zealand. Fisher's parents had ties to a former cult in New Zealand, the Worldwide Church of God.
While the church, established in 1967, now describes itself as "simply an Evangelical church with normal orthodox ideology", Pastor Dennis Richards said it used to be known as a "cult".
Another article had this to say about the family:
Mr and Mrs Fisher had been together for about 13 years, and followed an alternative lifestyle where they home-schooled their children, kept to a vegan diet and travelled Australia and New Zealand on a truck they lived in for weeks at a time.