Monthly Archives: April 2023

Why Mark Speakman is the wrong man to lead the NSW Liberals

Andrew L. Urban There is no such thing, I don’t suppose, as a ‘wrongful leader’ but if there were, I would nominate Mark Speakman, the recently elected leader of the NSW Liberal Party. This is my ‘j’accuse’ …

Posted in Case 06 'Paul' | 10 Comments

Chris Minns should reinstate rule of law re ICAC

Andrew L. Urban Former NSW premiers Barry O’Farrell, Mike Baird and Dominic Perrottet all failed to protect the rule of law as it relates to ICAC; “The law was changed to protect wrongdoers,” and new Premier Chris Minns has a … Continue reading

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Bromley still in the slow lane of justice

Andrew L. Urban It’s been five years since the South Australian Court of Criminal Appeal refused Derek Bromley leave to appeal his 1984 murder conviction, which leads to his current application to The High Court – which has set aside … Continue reading

Posted in Case 05 Derek Bromley | 15 Comments

‘I know we’re innocent … these things just did not happen’

A jailed NSW couple protest their innocence as a new podcast – Shadow of Doubt – investigates their convictions for ‘depraved’ abuse. By RICHARD GUILLIATT in The Weekend Australian (April 1&2, 2023) 

Posted in Case 21 'Mr & Mrs X', General articles | 7 Comments