Why was mild-mannered, middle aged Sue Neill-Fraser convicted of murdering her partner Bob Chappell on their yacht in January 2009? It was a circumstantial case – no body, no witnesses, no weapon and no confession. Sue has always maintained her innocence and is now in her 13th year of a 23 year sentence in a Tasmanian prison. Psychologist and film producer Eve Ash jumped in at the deep end and has meticulously dissected this case for 12 years in a search for the truth. When Eve was joined by former homicide task force detective Colin McLaren the twists and turns became frightening. For everyone who believes in justice, this podcast will be a shocking eye-opener about a case destined to be Australia’s worst wrongful conviction.
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Can we trust the juries? Is there a coverup? Civil Liberties Australia, Dr Bob Moles, top journalists and detectives are alarmed by the Sue Neill-Fraser case, "worst wrongful conviction this century”. more
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A dark side of the investigation unravels. Leads are smashed. Judgement day. Freedom? more
Absolutely incredible story of police corruption as they cover their tracks of lazy police work. Unwilling to admit they could be wrong and instead spend all their energy silencing any alternative credible facts! more
Terribly biased and scripted. The phone calls between Sue and her daughter sounded pathetically cringe worthy. more
Listened through despite early misgivings. The evidence and legal mishandling highlighted are compelling - however the bias and dramatised delivery detracts from the quality investigative journalism.
Exceptionally confusing though Mark Mitchell portrays an outraged simpleton with insight. Listen to Casefile for a far superior podcast.
Extremely moving and superbly investigated. Listen, sign the petition and help Sue and Bob. Today it is them, and, tomorrow? I would not like to be helpful, confused and in shock in the hands of that justice. Honour and justice, time they let go.
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Who Killed Bob? launched 9 months ago and published 19 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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