Monthly Archives: December 2014

“We want Tim Ellis fired” – Tasmania’s anger at DPP

By Andrew L. Urban It took just one hour for the first 600 people to register a ‘Like’ on the newly launched facebook page titled ‘We want Tim Ellis fired’ on December 23, 2014, immediately after Ellis was given a … Continue reading

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Henry Keogh wins appeal – bad science and 20 years later

Until 4pm in Adelaide on Friday December 19, 2014, Henry Keogh was a convicted murderer, as he had been for almost 20 years, since his 1995 trial for the murder of his 29 year old fiancée Anna-Jane Cheney. They were … Continue reading

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David Szach: a dying man’s legal rights denied

“Bureaucratic madness” is denying a dying man his legal rights to an appeal so he can clear his name of a murder conviction. By Andrew L. Urban. On December 19, 2014, it’ll be 35 years since the day David Szach … Continue reading

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