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Jury finds brothers guilty in golf clubs assault

Daily Mercury Ross Irby 16 September 2014

A JURY has found Mackay brothers Blair and Joel Zemek guilty of assault causing bodily harm, while armed and in company, to Andrew Turner in a business workshed.  33 more words

Clinical Forensic Medicine

Extension granted for trial in the murder of Korean student Min Tae Kim

Courier Mail Kate Mckenna 16 September 2014

POLICE have been granted an additional six weeks to gather evidence in the murder of Korean exchange student Min Tae Kim – including statements relating to telecommunications, “tool imprints” around the gravesite, and “maggots near the body”.  30 more words

Forensic Pathology

Gable Tostee affidavit release "absolutely worrying": O'Gorman

Brisbane Times Robert Burgin 7 September 2014

The release of a damning police affidavit ahead of Monday’s bail hearing for accused murderer Gable Tostee has been described as “absolutely worrying” by civil libertarian Terry O’Gorman. 50 more words

Forensic Pathology

Fateful Choices: Part Four of a murder with a twist by B. B. Wright

Fateful Choices: Part Four of Five
Under Lock and Key
A Short Story of Fiction by B. B. Wright

 

Entering the summer of 1939, the people of Bournemouth endured a time of suspension greater than the contemplation of the worst as Nazi Germany’s army went on menacing maneuvers. 1,402 more words

B. B. Wright

'A miscarriage of justice on the scale of Lindy Chamberlain'

Daily Mail Australia Sally Lee 25 August 2014

Susan Neill-Fraser is behind bars for a crime she and her family adamantly claim she didn’t commit.  But now legal experts have thrown their support behind the innocence plea, saying that her murder conviction of killing partner Bob Chappell on Australia Day in 2009 is ‘a serious miscarriage of justice’. 23 more words

Forensic DNA