Lucy Letby: Did she do it?

Andrew L. Urban,

In just under 80 minutes, the audio version of the New Yorker’s investigative piece about the Lucy Letby case provides a thorough expose of the hysterical miscarriage of justice that an entire legal system has managed. You can read it in full, too.  Continue reading

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Case against Farquharson far fetched

Andrew L. Urban

In The Science of Murder, the 60 Minutes investigation on Sunday June 2, 2024, the science in question was medical science: how new evidence to support Robert Farquharson’s claim of cough syncope as the cause of the accident that led to the drowning of his three sons in a dam should trigger a new look at his murder conviction. But one question 60 Minutes did not explore – and neither had the police.  Continue reading

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Bruce Lehrmann “is not a rapist” – Rule of Law Institute

Andrew L. Urban

Bruce Lehrmann has not been convicted of rape – yet his name and reputation have suffered as if he had been. It was in the civil proceedings that Justice Lee ruled in favour of Network Ten and Lisa Wilkinson’s claim that their allegations of Lehrmann raping Brittany Higgins was not defamatory but ‘probably’ true … on the balance of probabilities. All the while Lehrmann maintains his innocence – and has just lodged an application to appeal Lee’s judgement.  Continue reading

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Mothers of sons: beware!

“The morning after my son’s 18th birthday he was charged with rape,” one mother, Erin, reports. Sexual assault allegations against males are easy to make … and all too often damage the reputation of the accused, even if those who are innocent are lucky enough to avoid a guilty verdict. Mothers Of Sons is there to help – with advice and support. Continue reading

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‘This cannot stand’ – Bruce Lehrmann

Andrew L. Urban.

 Justice  Lee’s judgement is not reliant on any arguments by any of the parties, according to Bruce Lehrmann’s notice of appeal against Justice Lee’s judgement in his failed defamation trial: ‘this cannot stand’ is his stance, broke and derided as he is.  Continue reading

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Judge Instructs Jurors They Need Not Believe Trump Is Guilty To Convict Him

NEW YORK, NY — As the criminal trial involving former President Donald Trump winds to a close, the presiding judge instructed jurors that they don’t have to believe Trump is guilty to convict him. (The Babylon Bee, May 30, 2024)  Continue reading

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Alabama Attorney-General catches Tasmania’s stonewall disease

Alabama’s Attorney-General does a Tasmania’s Attorney-General … dismissing calls for a new trial even after an investigation by a county DA into a murder conviction. It’s the case of a man on death row, after evidence is uncovered of $5,000 paid to a witness for her testimony which was a key to the conviction 25 years ago. One juror has come out tormented by guilt over her vote.  Continue reading

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Skeletons in the legal closet – look inside

They are prisoners. But they are wrongfully convicted, as we have shown here and elsewhere, supported by legal argument. They are skeletons in the legal closet; catastrophic failures- – but the legal system seems unable and/or unwilling to admit error and set them free.  Continue reading

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The Sofronoff Express at Platform ‘Speed’

Andrew L. Urban.

The Magna Carta meets the ACT’s legal system on the Sofronoff express in what promises to be a historic and relevant journey into pretty wild legal territory. That territory is strewn with the carcasses of legal reputations, legal rules and political operatives. Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride, as Margo Channing (Bette Davis in All About Eve) might say.  Continue reading

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Conviction based on fraud, appeal rejections unlawful

Andrew L. Urban.

The tone is measured, professional, but the content is explosive, exposing the litany of judicial errors that have contributed to Derek Bromley being stuck in jail for the past 40 years – for a murder conviction that has no valid legal basis. Flinders University legal academic Dr Bob Moles has compiled a 50 page report, concluding that the conviction rests on fraud: a failure to disclose the absence of relevant qualifications by the State pathologist, Dr Colin Manock.  Continue reading

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