Three miscarriages of justice – the cases of Derek Bromley, Sue Neill-Fraser and Kathleen Folbigg – will each be the subject of a one-hour online discussion led by Dr Bob Moles, for the South Australian Workers Educational Association (WEA).
They will each take place at 12.15pm Adelaide time.
Wednesday 18 May 2022: Derek Bromley (South Australia) imprisoned now for over 38 years. Whilst his appeal was rejected by the South Australian appeal court, “we are now taking it to the High Court for further review.”
Wednesday 25 May 2022: The case of Susan Neill-Fraser (Tasmania) imprisoned for over 13 years. This case was also rejected by the appeal court and is also proceeding to the High Court for further review.
Wednesday 1 June 2022: The case of Kathleen Folbigg (New South Wales) imprisoned for the deaths of her four babies. Over 150 world-leading experts say the babies dies of natural causes, not murder. So why is she still in prison?
There is a small charge for participation, so each person will need to log in to the WEA website, do a word-search for “Moles” and the details of each discussion and the link to register will be provided.