Staged

1 He goes missing, his wife marries his best friend (who also wrote his life insurance policy)

Gepubliceerd op 19 okt. 2018

 
In the months before Mike Williams went missing, Mike’s wife took out a million-dollar life insurance policy on her husband. And making thing even more suspicious was the man who helped her sign the papers.

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2 Denise Williams murder trial: Brian Winchester testifies about killing Mike Williams (Part 1)

Gepubliceerd op 11 dec. 2018

 
Denise Williams faces charges of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and accessory after the fact after it was revealed last fall that Mike Williams was murdered.
 

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3 Denise Williams murder trial: Brian Winchester testifies about killing Mike Williams (Part 2)

Gepubliceerd op 11 dec. 2018

 
Denise Williams faces charges of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and accessory after the fact after it was revealed last fall that Mike Williams was murdered.
 

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4 Denise Williams Love Triangle Trial Day 3 Part 1 Brian Winchesters ExWife Katherine Thomas Testifies

Gepubliceerd op 13 dec. 2018

 

Denise Williams Love Triangle Trial Day 3 Part 1 Brian Winchesters Ex Wife Katherine Thomas Testifies #DeniseWilliams #LoveTriangleTrial

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5 DENISE WILLIAMS SENTENCED

Gepubliceerd op 6 feb. 2019

 
Denise Williams Sentenced #MikeWilliams
 
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6 How this mum was duped into smuggling drugs — An Innocent Abroad: Part 1 | Australian Story

Gepubliceerd op 12 aug. 2019
When Queensland mum Yoshe Taylor logged on to an internet dating site, she never imagined the devastation that would unfold.

She thought she’d found a friendship and a business opportunity when she exchanged messages with a Nigerian-national living in Cambodia who called himself Precious Max.

Desperate for security in her life and a steady income, she was hooked and visited Precious Max in Cambodia several times.
But it was on her third visit that it all came undone and the web of lies unravelled.

Yoshe was arrested at the airport in Cambodia in 2013, after she was found to be unwittingly carrying 2 kilograms of heroin in the lining of her backpack.

Sentenced to 23 years in a Cambodian prison, Yoshe was helpless and largely forgotten. Six years later, she shares her story for the first time. This is part 1 of a two-part story. Episode two will be posted August 19, 2019.

For Part 2, click here: https://youtu.be/wseW9hhI36U

Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-1…

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7 How Australian mum was freed from Cambodian prison — An Innocent Abroad: Part 2 | Australian Story

Gepubliceerd op 19 aug. 2019
Left alone in a Cambodian prison, Australian mother-of-two Yoshe Taylor had all but given up fighting for her release.

“I actually thought the death penalty was a much better idea than being in jail for 23 years,” she says.

The local court rejected Yoshe’s claims that she was set up by a drug syndicate via a dating website and she was concerned for her children’s ongoing welfare.

It wasn’t until a group of lawyers joined forces that the tide started to turn in Yoshe’s favour.

The lawyers discovered that three other Australian victims had been scammed by the same drug syndicate and then released — but that somehow this evidence hadn’t been shared in time to rescue Yoshe from serving six years in jail.

Now back in Australia, Yoshe is sharing her story for the first time, in a warning to others about the perils of online romance.
This is a two-part Australian Story. Check out part 1 on our Australian Story playlist. https://bit.ly/2P3Z6FF

Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-1…

About Australian Story:
Putting the “real” back into reality television, Australian Story is an award-winning documentary series with no narrator and no agendas — just authentic stories told entirely in people’s own words. Take 30 minutes to immerse yourself in the life of an extraordinary Australian. They’re sometimes high profile, sometimes controversial, but always compelling. It’s television guaranteed to make you think and feel. New episodes are available every Monday

 

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8 One of Australia’s longest serving criminals may be innocent | 60 Minutes Australia

 

Gepubliceerd op 26 nov. 2018

 
Arthur Greer is a very unlikeable man. He has a criminal record best described as disgraceful; he’s violent; and he is convicted for sexually abusing one his daughters. And it gets worse. Greer has spent the last 25 years in prison for murdering a 14-year-old schoolgirl. Most people would think good riddance to bad rubbish, but as Tara Brown discovers, this is where his story takes a turn. Arthur Greer says he didn’t murder anyone – and there seems to be evidence to suggest that, for once, he might be telling the truth.
 

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9 Eastman evidence

23 mrt. 2012

Jeremy Thompson explores the arguments that suggest convicted Canberra murderer David Eastman might not be guilty.
 

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10 Inquiry ordered into 1989 Winchester murder

10 aug. 2012

Lawyers for David Harold Eastman claim his 17 years behind bars for the murder of a Police Assistant Commissioner represents a bigger miscarriage of justice than Lindy Chamberlain’s.
 

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11 David Eastman awarded $7m after 19 years in prison | Nine News Australia

14 okt. 2019

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A former public servant will be awarded more than $7 million compensation after spending almost two decades in jail. Subscribe: https://bit.ly/2noaGhv Get more breaking news at: https://bit.ly/2nobVgF

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12 Man wrongfully jailed for 20 years wins $7 million compensation | ABC News

14 okt. 2019

 

David Eastman, the man jailed for almost 20 years for killing one of Australia’s top police officers, has been awarded more than seven million dollars in compensation after he was found not guilty of the crime. 

 
Reporter Elizabeth Byrne says that although Mr Eastman wasn’t in court for the decision he was reportedly pleased with the outcome. 
 
 

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