Wrongfully Convicted – on SBS TV … and from a tavern

Wrongfully Convicted – the SBS Insight program over 2 episodes – August 27 & September 3, 2019 – discusses the Australian cases of Henry Keogh, John Button, Frank Button and the US cases of Debra Milke (spent over 20 years on death row) and Greg Bright (spent over 27 years in one of the toughest prisons in the US). All had convictions overturned having established that the evidence against them was false and misleading.

The subjects of the Insight program will be joined by Dr Bob Moles.

Moles has also recorded a video of him speaking at The Alma Tavern, (66 Magill Rd, Norwood, Adelaide), on “The Un-making of a murder” as part of the Raising The Bar event hosted by the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

Moles is a legal academic at Flinders University who has studied and published books on miscarries of justice for several years.

 

 

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1 Response to Wrongfully Convicted – on SBS TV … and from a tavern

  1. Roscoe says:

    In addition to the SBS session, for those wanting more after watching this program, may also want to watch “Hurricane,” the movie based (not always true to the actual situation) on the wrongly convicted Ruben “Hurricane” Carter, who spent many years locked up in the US.

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