Legal academic identifies errors in judgement of Sue Neill-Fraser’s failed appeal

Sue Neill-Fraser is now seeking leave to appeal to the High Court to overturn her 2010 conviction for the murder of her partner Bob Chappell, after her 2020 appeal was dismissed 2:1 by the Tasmanian Court of Appeal. Edited extracts from legal academic Dr Bob Moles’ analysis identifies what he perceives to be errors that led to the dismissal of the appeal.  Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser looking to High Court for justice

Andrew L. Urban

Sue Neill-Fraser’s anticipated application seeking leave to appeal to The High Court has now been lodged, hoping to overturn the Tasmanian Court of Appeal dismissal of her case on November 30, 2021, asking the High Court to quash the 2010 conviction. Continue reading

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Bromley conviction based on false and misleading evidence & the State knew it

A South Australian man, Derek Bromley, has now served 38 years in prison and “throughout that time the state knew that the conviction had been obtained through evidence which was false and misleading insofar as the status of the chief Crown witness was concerned,” according to a letter by Dr Bob Moles advising the SA Attorney-General that an appeal is heading to the High Court – and the DPP has failed to raise the matter in his response to the leave application.  Continue reading

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Will the legal system in Australia make 2022 a year of reform?

Andrew L Urban.

A legal system not subject to independent scrutiny is weakened, inhibited from needed reform, and hindered in the evolution to keep in step with other institutions and community values.  Continue reading

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Another ‘bunny boiler’ who must be believed

Bettina Arndt

Four days before Christmas (2021) one of our elite Melbourne universities committed an act of total bastardry. They announced they were firing a tutor working in one of their colleges. His employment was terminated forthwith – just in time for the festive season.  Continue reading

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Pulitzer-winning Greenwald exposes anti-Assange lies on MSNBC

Andrew L. Urban.

December 17, 2021: Deconstructing a two minute clip from MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald reveals Joe Scarborough’s anti-Assange lies, as Assange awaits extradition from the UK to the US – on charges Greenwald debunks.  Continue reading

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Hobart rally calling for Sue Neill-Fraser inquiry

Sue Neill-Fraser supporters will hold a rally on Saturday December 18, 2021, calling for an inquiry into her case. Speakers at the Rally will commence at 11.00am and include Andrew Wilkie MP, Lara Giddings, former Tasmanian Premier, and Sarah Bowles, Sue Neill-Fraser’s daughter.   Continue reading

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NSW A-G in ‘state sanctioned abuse’ over Folbigg

A ground-breaking development within clinical practice has prompted Kathleen Folbigg’s lawyer Rhanee Rego to accuse NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman of failing to act on the evidence “which unequivocally supports innocence” without anything to contradict it. She told Lawyers Weekly that the Attorney is engaged in “state-sanctioned abuse”.  Continue reading

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Canadian Commission delivers report to establish MoJ Commission

Far reaching recommendations that go well beyond anything so far established in other countries are contained in the report by the Canadian Commission advising the government on the establishment of a Criminal Cases Review Commission, including that the new body work actively in partnership with existing and new Innocence Projects, as recommended by Australian legal academics Bob Moles and Bibi Sangha.  Continue reading

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Why Sue Neill-Fraser jury verdict is unsafe

Andrew L. Urban

In the long-running matter of Sue Neill-Fraser’s 2010 murder conviction, some people still rely on the jury’s guilty verdict; but a jury’s verdict is (usually) based on the facts and evidence presented to them. What might have convinced this jury? Why is the verdict unsafe? Continue reading

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