Oct 04 QUIZ – test your knowledge of the Sue Neill-Fraser case
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 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?