Monthly Archives: January 2019

Sue Neill-Fraser Petition for Royal Commission

Andrew L. Urban. Within two days, a new website, www.savesue.com has propelled interest in a petition calling for a Royal Commission into the case of Sue Neill-Fraser. It has so far attracted over 2,500 signatories. Launched by filmmaker Eve Ash and a dedicated … Continue reading

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Who killed Bob Chappell? The cops don’t know but we do…

Andrew L. Urban. At the risk of ‘spoiling’ the hottest yarn on television this year, it can be said that Seven’s new true crime series, Undercurrent (9pm Wednesdays x 6 from January 30, 2019), shows up the most miserable chapter in Tasmania’s crime … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser & Southern Justice: the itch that won’t be calmed

Andrew L. Urban. Southern Justice (Hachette, Jan 29, 2019, rrp $32.99, ebook $14.99) by Colin McLaren Colin McLaren’s cold case book into the 2009 disappearance and suspected murder of Bob Chappell and the 2010 conviction of Sue Neill-Fraser for his … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser – Royal Commission to shine a light

Andrew L. Urban. In the wake of the Tasmanian Government’s dismissal today to consider a Royal Commission as urged by Civil Liberties Australia, we respectfully put forward this draft proposal for public discussion to form the basis of such a … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser author Colin McLaren to be silenced?

Andrew L. Urban. Why have prosecutors in the Office of the Tasmanian DPP insisted on referring to Colin McLaren, investigative author / documentary filmmaker working on the Sue Neill-Fraser case, as ‘an unlicenced private investigator’ – a criminal offence? Is … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser – 10th anniversary of two catastrophes

Andrew L. Urban. January 26, Australia Day, 2019, marks the 10th anniversary of the disappearance and probable murder of Bob Chappell, a catastrophe to her partner Sue Neill-Fraser and the two Hobart families – and the beginning of the legal … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser case media frenzy coming

Andrew L. Urban. A veritable frenzy of media investigations into the Sue Neill-Fraser conviction is due to reach the public beginning on Australia Day, the 10th Anniversary of Bob Chappell’s disappearance, of whose murder she was convicted in 2010. And … Continue reading

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