Monthly Archives: November 2021

Sue Neill-Fraser appeal judges’ mistaken view

Andrew L. Urban. In the reasons published by the judges in the Sue Neill-Fraser appeal, they had to have considered “all of the evidence at the trial. This requires consideration of the transcript of the evidence at the trial and … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser appeal dismissed 2:1

Andrew L. Urban. In another judgement (after the trial and the first appeal) that will forever be a stain on Tasmania’s legal system, Sue Neill-Fraser’s latest appeal against her 2010 murder conviction was dismissed by a majority of 2:1 of … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser appeal decision on Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Andrew L. Urban. The long awaited decision of the judges in Sue Neill-Fraser’s final appeal against her 2010 murder conviction will be handed down in the Supreme Court of Tasmania at 9.45am on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. 

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Caught on camera – cameras in court

Andrew L. Urban.  The recent world famous Kyle Rittenhouse trial was televised, live from the Kenosha Court; had it not been, the malicious misrepresentations of the case which most mass media echoed would have left the public unaware of why … Continue reading

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Two out of three Malcolm X murder convictions were wrong

Muhammad A. Aziz and Khalil Islam are innocent of the 1965 murder of Malcolm X – it has now been revealed. The Innocence Project has announced that a joint investigation unearthed new evidence of the men’s innocence, including Federal Bureau … Continue reading

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Telling it like it isn’t to the Sue Neill-Fraser jury

Andrew L. Urban. An uninformed or misinformed jury can’t be expected to arrive at a safe, reliable verdict that serves justice. Did Sue Neill-Fraser’s jury hear the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth? It seemed more like … Continue reading

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The executioner of Epping? How the mass media fuelled the Crown’s case v Robert Xie

Andrew L. Urban. The mass media played a crucial role in shaping public opinion against Robert Xie, convicted of viciously murdering five members of his wife’s family in 2009 – wrongfully, we maintain. As with wrongful convictions of the past … Continue reading

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Who Killed Bob? The Podcast

Andrew L. Urban.  A homeless girl’s DNA, a strange grey dinghy, witness misidentification, tunnel vision, no murder weapon, no body, an impossible murder scenario … nothing adds up to a valid murder conviction in the case of Sue Neill-Fraser. Hear … Continue reading

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Now it’s cancel forensic science, champion junk

Andrew L. Urban. “The events surrounding the retraction of a properly peer reviewed journal article point to a forensic science community in Australia that can over-ride scientific publishing processes in order to suppress criticism.” So conclude Chris Brook, Niels Lynoe, … Continue reading

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What supporters of Sue Neill-Fraser’s prosecutor have to say

Andrew L. Urban. We have rejected for publication a barrage of recent comments (11 at last count) from a reader who is advocating in favour of Sue Neill-Fraser’s conviction and defending the prosecutor, Tim Ellis SC. But on second thoughts, … Continue reading

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