Following the inaugural presentation in May 2019, Andrew will tell more of the stories that comprise his book, adding some of the latest astonishing details in some of the cases, including a full update on the Sue Neill-Fraser case, due to be in court on appeal in the near future. He will also discuss the controversial case of Robert Xie, convicted of the brutal murder of five family members. But did he?
He will discuss issues around such wrongful convictions, including reforms that are urgently needed to minimise miscarriages of justice.
He will answer questions and also sign copies of the book, selling at the discount price of $20.
The presentation will begin at 1.30pm and finish at 4.30pm, including a 20 minute interval.
It’s part of the Parramatta College Hub Club – which means that if students join our Hub Club (details are at the link) they can attend this course and some other crime related courses for free, as our Hub Club Membership scheme is focusing on talks for Crime Buffs. So it’s only $49 to join (T&Cs apply)