Sue Neill-Fraser's conviction is WRONG!There needs to be a Royal Commission.
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2022
Dec 23 Duty of disclosure lasts forever The duty of disclosure of “all matters within their knowledge” applies to all those who represent the Crown – and is a duty in perpetuity, write BIBI SANGHA and Dr BOB MOLES of Flinders University, in their December 21, 2022, …
Dec 16 Sue Neill-Fraser case for CCRC Following two unsuccessful appeals against her conviction for the 2009 murder of her partner Bob Chappell and twice refused leave to appeal to the High Court, Sue Neill-Fraser’s controversial 12 year old conviction is an ideal matter …
Dec 15 Sue Neill-Fraser not a stereotypical killer – Parole Board Tasmania’s Parole Board has published its reasons for releasing Sue Neill-Fraser on parole after 13 years (of a 23 year sentence), and noted that she did not present like a stereotypical killer. The Parole Board said Mr Chappell’s death was …
Nov 28 Strictly legal – seminar provides lesson in law for judge The President of the Law Society and the Attorney-General of Tasmania must provide legal references if they disagree with the points raised by Dr BOB MOLES* in his address at the seminar, Lifting the Lid on Miscarriages of Justice…
Nov 27 Everyone pays the price for silence … Tasmania warned The Hobart Mercury’s crime reporter David Killick’s Nov. 26, 2022, scathing analysis of Tasmanian Attorney-General’s latest decision makes sobering reading.
Nov 26 Tasmania’s O’Farrell Review – questions raised by MP A series of probing questions have been placed on the Legislative Council Notice Paper about the already disgraced O’Farrell Review into illegal surveillance in Risdon prison, a fallout of the Sue Neill-Fraser case.
Nov 18 Why the courts have not silenced the uproar over Sue Neill-Fraser case Tasmania’s legal establishment wants to shut it down but the continuing uproar of dissent over the demonstrable wrongful conviction of Sue Neill-Fraser will not be silenced. As we show here, there is a great deal to uproar…
Nov 15 Sue Neill-Fraser injustice product of ‘our Tasmanian legal fraternity’ Former Hobart prosecutor Tony Jacobs has reviewed the case of Sue Neill-Fraser and found many reasons for the conviction to be overturned, urging the Law Society to “help correct this injustice, the product of our Tasmanian legal…
Nov 11 Review of illegal surveillance possibly illegal, too
A media release by the Independent member for Nelson, Tasmania, reveals the O’Farrell Review into the illegal prison surveillance of Jeff Thompson would possibly be illegal itself. The following is a media release issued yesterday by Nelson Independent, Meg Webb…
Oct 4 Sue Neill-Fraser out on parole Sue Neill-Fraser was released on parole this morning and driven to the parole office in Hobart by her two daughters, Sarah Bowles and Emma Fraser-Meeker, reported the ABC.
Oct 3 The truth will set you free … from totalitarianism – Tasmania please note “When a society loses the desire to know the truth, that is a precursor to totalitarianism,” observed author, Holocaust survivor and political philosopher Hanna Arendt (1906 – 1975). Tasmanian society is now seeing that observation come closer to realisation around…
Sept 30 Clayton’s review into police prison surveillance The terms of reference for an inquiry into the unlawful use of surveillance devices in Risdon Prison downplay any wrongdoing by Tasmania Police involved in the operation, reports David Killick in the Hobart Mercury today (Sept. 30, 2022).
Sept 18 Parole for Sue Neill-Fraser doesn’t correct the miscarriage of justice She’s on parole. But Sue Neill-Fraser’s 2010 conviction for the 2009 murder of her partner Bob Chappell remains undisturbed – and controversially unjust. Her two appeals were dismissed; her two High Court applications seeking leave to appeal
Sep 16 Sue Neill-Fraser paroled It’s been a bitter-sweet day for wrongful convictions today (16/9/22) with Derek Bromley’s leave to appeal his 38 year old murder conviction referred to the full Court (as we reported earlier) and Sue Neill-Fraser granted parole after 13 years in …
Sep 03 llegal TasPol snooping to be reviewed by TasPol defender Michael O’Farrell SC That great State of renowned legal probity and justice, Tasmania, has announced its response to Brett J’s judgement that police illegally recorded prison conversations for two months…
Aug 27 The lawless country? You might sleep soundly in the belief that Australia has a robust, fair and competent criminal justice system. Dream on. The System itself sometimes contributes to lawlessness in the administration of justice.
Aug 26 “impugned evidence was obtained unlawfully” against lawyer Jeff Thompson says judge Protection from unlawful surveillance by law enforcement is of significant public importance, stated Brett J in his judgement against TasPol in the five year old case of Hobart lawyer Jeff Thompson, which was dropped (nolle prosequi) on August 8, 2022.
Aug 23 Integrity Commission Tasmania complaint & response The High Court’s dismissal of Sue Neill-Fraser’s application seeking leave to appeal (August 12, 2022) leaves unresolved the matter of inadmissible forensic evidence at trial and the lack of disclosure of that error to the courts.
Aug 19 A proven murderer? Or a catastrophic failure of the legal system? Since her arrest for murder 13 years ago tomorrow (20/8/2022), up to the latest High Court decision a week ago, Sue Neill-Fraser’s case has moved slowly through the courts. The 2010 trial, the appeal, the seeking leave …
Aug 15 High Court fails again on justice being seen to be done The High Court – judges Stephen Gageler, Simon Steward and Jacqueline Gleeson – has refused Sue Neill-Fraser leave-to-appeal her murder conviction on Friday 12 August 2022 after a 45-minute hearing, and five minutes of conferring between themselves.
Aug 14 Analysis of a press report on the High Court decision re Sue Neill-Fraser Here is an example of why the average person in the street cannot rely on press reports to be fully informed about matters relevant to wrongful convictions.
Aug 13 The Legend of Sue Neill-Fraser With the High Court’s August 12, 2022 refusal (the second time in 10 years) to grant Sue Neill-Fraser special leave to appeal her 2010 conviction for the 2009 murder of her partner, Bob Chappell, she has assumed legendary status.
Aug 12 High Noon at High Court – Sue Neill-Fraser refused leave to appeal The High Court today refused Sue Neill-Fraser leave to appeal her 2010 murder conviction for the 2009 murder of her partner Bob Chappell. The devastating decision comes eight days before the 13th anniversary of her arrest.
Aug 08 Jeff Thompson case finally nolle prosequi The controversial, five year old charge of perverting justice against Hobart solicitor Jeff Thompson was dropped (nolle prosequi) today before Justice Brett in Hobart’s Supreme Court. Thompson was one of the figures in the long running saga of the Sue Neill-Fraser case, which goes to the High Court four days after this decision, seeking leave to appeal.
Jun 09 Tas Govt ignores calls for a review, petition climbs over 32,300 Requests to the Tasmanian Premier and Attorney-General for comment on the Etter/Selby documents repudiating the police investigation into Bob Chappell’s disappearance tabled in Parliament last August have been ignored, while signatures on the petition calling for a …
Apr 05 Dear Attorney – your silence is damning We publish this self-explanatory letter we wrote to Tasmania’s Attorney-General, The Hon. Elise Archer, to demonstrate the State’s callous disregard for transparency and for ensuring that justice is served in the case of Sue Neill-Fraser.
Mar 30 Did Inspector Powell have the answers in the murder investigation? ‘Who knows?’ Retired Hobart police Inspector Peter Powell led the investigation into the disappearance-turned-murder of Bob Chappell on Australia Day 2009, which led to the arrest and 2010 conviction of Sue Neill-Fraser for Chappell’s murder. But …
Mar 27 The police inspector, the reporter, the filmmaker and the truth Retired Hobart police Inspector Peter Powell has come out of the woodwork trying to discredit the 90 page Etter Selby dossier, critical of the 2009 police investigation which he led, into the now controversial case of Sue Neill-Fraser. But his …
Mar 02 Former Sue Neill-Fraser lawyer Barbara Etter’s mixed results in court It has taken some seven years but the Tasmanian DPP’s complaint against former Sue Neill-Fraser lawyer Barbara Etter has been dismissed, while other complaints are upheld.
Mar 02 Former Hobart police inspector’s newspaper claim contradicted by evidence A claim reported in The Australian (March 2, 2022) that “The policeman in charge of the Susan Neill-Fraser murder investigation has quashed a key claim used to justify calls for a royal commission-style inquiry,” is contradicted by …
Feb 19 Sue Neill-Fraser alleged 2016 prison phone conversation underlines need for a review of her case
Sue Neill-Fraser’s alleged 2016 phone conversation from prison, newly revealed, in which she is claimed to express regret for having returned to Four Winds “that night”, raises more doubt, underlines the need for a full review of …
Feb 14 Crown’s sloppy response to Sue Neill-Fraser’s High Court appeal application
An almost comically hapless document from the Tasmanian DPP’s office has been lodged with the High Court in response to the application seeking leave from Sue Neill-Fraser, as legal academic Dr Bob Moles found.
Jan 30 Australia Day Sinnitt award…should it be sinbin award?
We are eager to recognise meritorious service in the police service wherever it occurs in Australia …perhaps especially so in Tasmania. But we cannot applaud the Australia Day Award recognising Detective Sergeant Sinnitt, he of Sue Neill-Fraser …
Jan 21 Australia Day 2022 Hobart – marks dark day for justice
Was it Sam Devine who killed Bob Chappell 13 years ago this Australia Day? Was Sue Neill-Fraser wrongfully convicted of murdering Bob and jailed for 23 years? These are key questions raised by eye-witness testimony and legal …
Jan 13 Legal academic identifies errors in judgement of Sue Neill-Fraser’s failed appeal
Sue Neill-Fraser is now seeking leave to appeal to the High Court to overturn her 2010 conviction for the murder of her partner Bob Chappell, after her 2020 appeal was dismissed 2:1 by the Tasmanian Court of Appeal. Edited extracts…
Jan 12 Sue Neill-Fraser looking to High Court for justice
Sue Neill-Fraser’s anticipated application seeking leave to appeal to The High Court has now been lodged, hoping to overturn the Tasmanian Court of Appeal dismissal.
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2022
Sue Neill-Fraser Support Group Publications – 2021
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2021
Dec 16 Hobart rally calling for Sue Neill-Fraser inquiry
Sue Neill-Fraser supporters will hold a rally on Saturday December 18, 2021, calling for an inquiry into her case.
Dec 08 Why Sue Neill-Fraser jury verdict is unsafe
In the long-running matter of Sue Neill-Fraser’s 2010 murder conviction, some people still rely on the jury’s guilty verdict; but a jury’s verdict is (usually) based on the facts and evidence presented to them.
Dec 07 ABC RN Law Report guests consider the DNA ‘possibilities’ after dismissal of Sue Neill-Fraser appeal
Meaghan Vass’ DNA deposit on the Four Winds being the sole focus of Sue Neill-Fraser’s second appeal (decision announced November 30, 2021).
Dec 06 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal judges contribute to catastrophic failure of the Tasmanian justice system
Legal errors and mistakes in the majority judges’ reasoning in dismissing Sue Neill-Fraser’s latest appeal against her murder conviction further disgrace Tasmania’s legal system.
Dec 04 ‘Enough’ is not enough, Sue Neill-Fraser supporters stand firm
It is not surprising that TasPol would want legal challenges to Sue Neill-Fraser’s 2010 murder conviction shut down…
Dec 03 Sue Neill-Fraser fundraising rebooted
New arrangements have been made to raise funds towards a campaign of public information to negate the false narrative built around her by police and the ODPP…
Dec 02 Funds begin to flow for Sue Neill-Fraser campaign – but go-fund-me shuts it down
The Go-Fund-Me page was set up on Wednesday evening at about 8pm; we published the following report at 8:19 on Thursday, December 2, 2021. It was shut down shortly after 9am.
Nov 30 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal judges’ mistaken view
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.
Nov 30 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal dismissed 2:1
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
Nov 26 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal decision on Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Nov 19 Telling it like it isn’t to the Sue Neill-Fraser jury
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?
Nov 17 Who Killed Bob? The Podcast
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.
Nov 10 What supporters of Sue Neill-Fraser’s prosecutor have to say
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.
Nov 9 Did Sue Neill-Fraser’s defence counsel contribute to her conviction?
Sue Neill-Fraser was convicted of murdering her partner Bob Chappell on Australia Day 2009, aboard their recently purchased yacht, Four Winds. His body was never found. It wasn’t enough that the police investigation was a miserable wreck, …
Oct 30 Sue Neill-Fraser and the High Court: what went wrong?
Oct 22 Tasmanian legal system on trial
Oct 20 Is Tasmanian Parliament complicit in covering up injustice?
Oct 19 Non-contentious legal principles to overturn Sue Neill-Fraser conviction – by consensus
Oct 08 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal: if Vass ‘wasn’t on the boat’ why insert herself into the case after trial?
Oct 04 QUIZ – test your knowledge of the Sue Neill-Fraser case
Oct 01 INSIDE STORY: Sue Neill-Fraser – and Karen Keefe as ‘collateral damage’
Sep 30 Grey dinghy turns white on water and shrinks – DPP tells appeal judge
Sep 29 Why a Parliamentary Inquiry is the best process to scrutinise the case of Sue Neill-Fraser
Sep 28 What a difference a dinghy makes – incorrect testimony misled the court
Sep 23 ‘The homeless girl’, the bikie, the blue rag, TasPol, the lawyers and how it all went pear shaped
The inside story of eyewitness Meaghan Vass, ‘the homeless girl’ at the centre of the Sue Neill-Fraser drama, told by the woman who became her friend, her supporter and her champion – ANDREA ‘ANDY’ BROWN.
Sep 22 What the Sue Neill-Fraser jury heard – and not heard: Letter to Editor
Sep 17 Do the Police and the Prosecutor in Sue Neill-Fraser case stand by the forensic scientist’s evidence?
We respectfully request Police Commissioner Darren Hine, Police Association’s Colin Riley, Sue Neill-Fraser prosecutor Tim Ellis SC and the Director of Forensic Science Service Tasmania to confirm their trust...
Sep 16 Sue Neill-Fraser prosecutor Tim Ellis SC, defends the conviction, but …
In a rare public comment (Mercury, Sept. 16, 2021) on a case in which he was prosecutor, former Tasmanian DPP, Tim Ellis SC, defends...
Sep 15 Truculent police response to new evidence in Sue Neill-Fraser case backfires
Sep 15 Former Premier & A-G calls for Sue Neill-Fraser case review
Sep 10 We don’t call it solitary confinement – Director of Prisons Tasmania
Sep 10 If so confident, police should welcome Sue Neill-Fraser Inquiry – SNF Group President
Sep 9 Sue Neill-Fraser petition for inquiry passes 25,000 signatures
Sep 8 Belligerence v evidence bedevils Sue Neill-Fraser dispute
Sep 06 ‘Sue is okay’ and accepts she did the wrong thing say visitors
Sep 06 Why Tasmanian police are smarting – not acting smart
Sep 05 Solitary confinement in Australian prisons – a study note
Sep 05 Sue Neill-Fraser in solitary
Sep 03 Tasmania’s legal authorities have something to say about the Sue Neill-Fraser case.
Sep 03 Tas Police Commissioner said what?
Sep 02 A day in the life – Sue Neill-Fraser
Aug 31 Tas. Legislative Council hears case to reopen Sue Neill-Fraser appeal
Aug 23 “Tasmania, we’ve got you cowered”
Aug 22 Could a prosecutor convince a jury of murder without proof?
Aug 20 How and why a villain became a key witness for the prosecution
Aug 16 EDITORIAL New evidence demands reopening Sue Neill-Fraser appeal
Aug 16 Reopening Sue Neill-Fraser appeal – a step by step guide
Aug 15 Found, abandoned, contaminated, misrepresented – sad story of the red jacket
Aug 14 Has Tasmania’s legal system gone rogue?
Aug 14 The riddle of the DPP
Aug 13 Grey dinghy, case closed
Aug 12 CORRUPTION FILE: A trial derailed by sloppiness inside the Prosecutor’s office, in the Sue Neill-Fraser murder case
Aug 09 OPINION – Reopen appeal or risk cover-up? Attorney-General’s wicked problem
Aug 07 The death of Bob Chappell & the damnation of TasPol: call for the Tasmanian A-G to ask to re-open the appeal of Sue Neill-Fraser
Aug 02 TasPol failed to disclose key evidence and ran a flawed investigation into the death of Bob Chappell: report
Jul 01 What if … continued: how another appeal by Sue Neill-Fraser could get to court
Jul 01 What if … a worst case scenario for Sue Neill-Fraser
Jun 26 Long sentences that don’t make sense
Jun 21 What we’ve learned about the administration of the law in Tasmania
Jun 20 Legal Profession Board complaint against …. who was that?
Jun 16 ENQUIRY into Sue Neill-Fraser’s unlawful murder conviction
Jun 12 Tasmania – where The Law wears protection
May 30 Famous last words – the prosecutor’s closing address at the Sue Neill-Fraser trial
May 27 Sue Neill-Fraser – the crux of the appeal & best case scenario
Apr 22 Prosecutor’s allegation haunts forthcoming Jeff Thompson trial
Apr 22 Shadow of Doubt – the movie that shone a light
Mar 27 Meaghan Vass abandoned by the court
Mar 26 Meaghan Vass – the aftermath interview
Mar 16 Keep Vass off the boat!
Mar 15 Witness (un)protection
Mar 12 Red flag about the blue rag
Mar 10 Sue Neill-Fraser – conviction rests on a dark fantasy
Feb 26 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal check list
Feb 24 Robert Richter QC to lead Sue Neill-Fraser appeal team
Feb 18 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal – logistics update
Feb 14 Sue Neill-Fraser supreme court appeal – evidence Fact Sheet letterbox drop
Jan 24 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal to start soon – but will it end the nightmare?
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2021
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2020
Oct 13 The knife, the wrench, the prosecutor and his prejudice
Oct 08 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal deferred (yet again) to March 1, 2021
Sep 25 Undercurrent – tv docoseries on Sue Neill-Fraser case online globally
Sep 06 Sue Neill-Fraser case contradicts formal logic, analysis shows – part 3
Sep 04 Sue Neill-Fraser case contradicts formal logic, analysis shows – part 2
Sep 02 Sue Neill-Fraser case contradicts formal logic, analysis shows – part 1
Aug 31 Justice delayed … and delayed …. by Covid19
Aug 22 Sue Neill-Fraser – a wrongful arrest and 11 years later Part 2: a remedy
Aug 20 Sue Neill-Fraser – a wrongful arrest and 11 years later Part 1
Aug 02 Sue Neill-Fraser ‘much loved and respected’ by inmates
Jul 25 Sue Neill-Fraser trial flashback – the defence closing submission
Jul 24 Expert Witness 101 – inform, not advocate
Jul 04 Sue Neill-Fraser August appeal date uncertain
Apr 30 Sue Neill-Fraser and expectations of the appeal judges
Apr 10 Sue Neill-Fraser & a legal system lacking morality
Apr 09 If Pell, why not other innocents in jail?
Apr 08 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal delayed (again) to later in 2020
Feb 04 Importing judges to avoid conflict of interest
Feb 03 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal should be heard by mainland judges – says judge
Jan 26 Sue Neill-Fraser’s bitter sweet Australia Day
Jan 13 Hobart vigil for Bob Chappell & Sue Neill-Fraser
Jan 07 Missed clues in Sue Neill-Fraser’s Statutory Declaration
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2020
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2019
Dec 20 Sue Neill-Fraser vigil in Hobart tomorrow
Dec 13 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal delayed to May 2020
Nov 13 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal set for March 2020
SEP 04 Qld & Vic prosecutors set example for Tas prosecutor
Aug 27 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal not before 2020
Aug 26 Sue Neill-Fraser news overlooked at Hobart Mercury?
Aug 22 Sue Neill-Fraser case demands Royal Commission: Richter QC
Aug 15 Sue Neill-Fraser arrest 10th anniversary – Tasmania’s shame
Aug 14 ‘I will tell the court’: Meaghan Vass
Aug 12 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal will rest on real evidence
Aug 4 Integrity Commission dismisses complaint
Aug 3 Sue Neill-Fraser guarded optimism at appeal start
Aug 2 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal papers lodged
Jul 27 Questions for Sue Neill-Fraser case after Lawyer X
Jun 18 Complaint to the Integrity Commission Tasmania
May 31 Sue Neill-Fraser petition close to 15,000 signatures
May 10 Open letter 2 to Tasmanian Attorney General Re TasPol & Meaghan Vass in matter Sue Neill-Fraser
Apr 29 Murder scene DNA – Coroner shrugs
Apr 28 Barbara Etter – the facts
Apr 23 Open letter to Tasmanian AG Elise Archer MP re TasPol & Meaghan Vass
Apr 18 Meaghan Vass told police ‘No comment’ – prosecution tells court
Apr 16 UPDATE: Sue Neill-Fraser key witness denies recanting to police
Apr 15 Sue Neill-Fraser case: key witness denies recanting to police
Apr 11 Sue Neill-Fraser case of universal interest
Apr 10 Sue Neill-Fraser – no hope for early release unless prosecution cave in
Apr 10 Sue Neill-Fraser case of universal interest
Apr 8 Release Sue Neill-Fraser now, readers demand
Apr 7 Sue Neill-Fraser’s first appeal – what went wrong
Apr 6 Meaghan Vass’ eye witness testimony changes everything
Apr 2 Sue Neill-Fraser case must trigger reforms
Mar 23 Open letter to the killers of Bob Chappell
Mar 22 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal: a menu of options
Mar 21 Sue Neill-Fraser appeal to go ahead, amidst tough questions
Mar 13 Sue Neill-Fraser and the self contradicting DPP
Mar 12 Police respond to Meaghan Vass admission on 60 Minutes
Mar 12 Sue Neill-Fraser – In steps of Lindy Chamberlain?
Mar 11 Sue Neill-Fraser innocent? Witness Vass says so on 60 Minutes
Mar 7 Undercurrent – the wash swamps the conviction
Mar 5 Undercurrent Ep 6 showcased at AIDC
Feb 28 Undercurrent – the end is nigh
Feb 19 Death on the Derwent: a crime writer's probe into the Sue Neill-Fraser convictionFeb 16 Sue Neill-Fraser – crunch time on the DNA
Feb 18 Sue Neill-Fraser case: “tainted view” v facts
Feb 16 Sue Neill-Fraser – crunch time on the DNA
Feb 15 Sue Neill-Fraser – justice delayed … deliberately?
Feb 12 Abuse of Power – Tasmania style
Feb 07 Sue Neill-Fraser – evidence went missing
Feb 07 Sue Neill-Fraser case – Colin McLaren & a very cross examination
Jan 31 Sue Neill-Fraser Petition for Royal Commission
Jan 30 Who killed Bob Chappell? The cops don’t know but we do…
Jan 29 Sue Neill-Fraser & Southern Justice: the itch that won’t be calmed
Jan 28 Sue Neill-Fraser – Royal Commission to shine a light
Jan 27 Sue Neill-Fraser author Colin McLaren to be silenced?
Jan 26 Sue Neill-Fraser – 10th anniversary of two catastrophes
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2019
Nov 23 Legal experts explain how Sue Neill-Fraser trial was corrupted
Apr 1 April 2019: Six-year CLA battle helps earn Neill-Fraser appeal over her 23-year sentence for murder
Mar 22 Hear the SUE NEILL-FRASER story first-hand in Canberra
Mar 21 Sue Neill-Fraser wins her case for a new appeal
Jan 30 Tassie rejects inquiry
Jan 30 TONIGHT, 9pm, Ch 7: ‘UNDERCURRENT’ CLA special: Sue Neill-Fraser’s wrongful conviction. 6-part series begins
Jan 28 Does perverted justice prevail in Australia’s deep south?
Jan 27 Call for Royal Commission into Tassie legal/justice system
Networked Knowledge – Articles 2019
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2018
Dec 26 Journalists, authors, filmmakers hunt the truth in Sue Neill-Fraser case
Dec 24 Colin McLaren searches, finds, tells
Dec 03 Sue Neill-Fraser – the ‘bias’ in my reporting
Sept 22 Murder by the Prosecution – first book review
Sept 19 Sue Neill-Fraser – questions, questions, questions …
Sept 13 Former Premier & AG calls for Criminal Cases Review Commission
Sept 09 Murder by the Prosecution launched in Hobart
September Murder by the Prosecution – the book
Aug 13 Sue Neill-Fraser – a trying timeline 2009 – 2018
Jul 24 Sue Neill-Fraser – what the jury didn’t hear
Jul 01 Sue Neill-Fraser: ABC crime report fails fact check
Jun 07 Sue Neill-Fraser Support Group – a profile of persistent people power
Jun 06 State of Tasmania v Stephen John Gleeson
Apr 15 Sue Neill-Fraser – video flashback
Apr 01 Sue Neill-Fraser – re-reporting from court
Mar 17 Sue Neill-Fraser prosecutor Ellis replies to journalist
Mar 11 Sue Neill-Fraser: winds of change favour Four Winds
Feb 28 Sue Neill-Fraser – latest appeal hearing dates (March 2018)
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2018
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2017
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2017
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2016
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2015
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2015
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2014
Dec 27 “We want Tim Ellis fired” – Tasmania’s anger at DPP
Sept 09 Sue Neill-Fraser – poor start to police investigation
Aug 25 Sue Neill-Fraser – fundamental failure of the rule of law
Aug 24 Sue Neill-Fraser – new DNA report contradicts conviction
Aug 24 Sue Neill Fraser – ‘Police Chief’ on failures of investigation
Jul 31 Sue Neill Fraser – why should we listen to Dr Bob Moles?
Jul 18 Sue Neill Fraser – 5th anniversary, nothing to celebrate
Feb 20 Sue Neill-Fraser – Manufacturing A Murder
Jan 27 Sue Neill-Fraser: Hobart protest rally
Networked Knowledge – Articles 2014
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2014
Civil Liberties Australia – Articles 2013
Wrongful Convictions Report – Articles 2013
Shadow of Doubt – Articles 2013
2013 Nov 27 Truth or Lies: overturning wrongful convictions