Kathleen Folbigg’s Sister Speaks Out
The sister of convicted child-killer Kathleen Folbigg has come out against a campaign to launch a judicial enquiry into her case.
ABC News reports that a judicial review of the Kathleen Folbigg case undertaken by Shaun McCarthy and the Newcastle Legal Centre is being opposed by Kathleen's sister, Lea Bown.
Find the full report at the ABC News website.
The University of Newcastle Legal Centre has been assisting Folbigg in her efforts to seek a judicial enquiry into her case. Folbigg was sentenced to 30 years' jail for the manslaughter of her first child Caleb, 19 days, and the murder of her other children, Patrick, eight months, Sarah, ten months, and Laura, nineteen months between 1989 and 1999, but has always maintained her innocence.
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