- Dec 27, 2016
- AFL Club
- Western Bulldogs
I can't believe how much trouble they're having getting hold of a copy of the '95 White Pages. It's like the universe is conspiring to disappear that whole year of records.
Here we go, the 'more' to the story.
I think she would only take a test if it was just one question. "Did you murder baby Tegan?" If you added specific questions for example "Does you father know what happened to baby Tegan?" "Are you protecting your father in baby Tegan's disappearance?" I think you'd get the f bombs just for starters.Yes, she was begging to do a lie detector test .. lol ... just like that Graham Stafford character, who was jailed for the murder of Leanne Hollands.
Interviewed on 'Murder Uncovered' insisted he would take the test, as soon as it was offered, he ran a mile and protested he wouldn't do, but would at a later date.
LL .. they'll all take lie test until it's given.
I find it startling someone with a long and proven history of lying would take a test.
That's about it!I think she would only take a test if it was just one question. "Did you murder baby Tegan?" If you added specific questions for example "Does you father know what happened to baby Tegan?" "Are you protecting your father in baby Tegan's disappearance?" I think you'd get the f bombs just for starters.
Agreed. Methodology is out of date and amateur. May as well read tea leaves for all the accuracy. Until someone comes up with a machine to read minds most lie detectors are next to useless.Lie detector tests mean nothing anyway. If they were accurate then we wouldn’t even have a justice system, it wouldn’t be needed.
They’re not reliable and wouldn’t solve anything
No weekly episodes - it was a three part series.I just went to watch the fourth episode and realised there isn't one. That means I'm up to date and can start watching weekly episodes as they air on ABC.
From watching the first three episodes and listening to those who know the case like the back of their hand, I am stunned that 11/12 jury members found the prosecution's evidence to be beyond reasonable doubt.
I wasn't familiar with this case at all and I thank the OP from bringing this to our attention.
I will now spend the next half an hour or so reading through the eight and a bit pages of posts (I didn't want any spoilers so I refrained from reading them until I had caught up).
More than 150 children were not accounted for in the nationwide search for Tegan Lane, the daughter of convicted baby murderer Keli Lane, more than halfway through the murder trial.
According to documents recently obtained by the ABC's investigative series Exposed, the NSW Office of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) could not account for approximately 163 children and could not rule out the possibility Tegan could be alive.
The ABC can also reveal around 8,000 births were going unregistered every year in the mid-1990s in NSW alone.
There are some holes appearing in the prosecution caseWOT
'.. the NSW Office of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) could not account for approximately 163 children and could not rule out the possibility Tegan could be alive.'
and Former Policewoman Avery said 'She found that around 8,000 births were going unregistered every year in the mid-1990s in NSW.'
So which one is it?Case is at the same place it’s been at for years, nowhere to go. It was such a sh*t show from the very beginning that it’s a wonder she was ever convicted, regardless of whether she did it or not, but now that she has been, it’s going to be near impossible to get it overturned. There’s hardly any evidence at all to even try and disprove.
The only chance that the ABC show provides is to try and use the weight of public interest to force a new trial, where I’m sure a competent defence team could poke more than enough holes to ensure reasonable doubt.