Solved Malcolm McCusker will bid to clear Sharon Masons sentenced murderer in Perth WA

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You do jest! New and fresh compelling evidence cannot be publicly revealed until tested in a court if law. To do so would be totally inappropriate. Evidence is the only thing that matters.
Releasing evidence could lead to a mistrial for one. Best leave details for the courts.
 

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Although Birnies were suspects the likes of Lisa Mott, I do ponder if someone else had mates. Panel van etc.

Andrew Garforth is looking a promising suspect in the crime, possibly with an accomplice. He murdered Ebony Simpson.

Ironically he had a yellow Corolla in NSW. He followed the school bus Ebony was in.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Ebony_Simpson

13/9/1980 Annette Deverell ex Mandurah outside post office last seen talking to man in yellow panelvan; headless corpse located 7/7/1982 Waroona Dam.
30/10/1980 Lisa Mott ex Collie missing; last seen talking to man in yellow panel van. Birnie known to have been in Collie at time.


Andrew Peter Garforth is also suspected of the unsolved 1979 murder of West Australian teenager Felicia Marie Wilson, 19, of Kwinana, Perth. Miss Wilson, a former Miss West Coast finalist, was stripped naked and slashed before her killer smashed her skull with a 27 kg block of limestone as she walked home from work at the Kwinana Community Health Centre about 4.30pm on January 10, 1979. The manhunt went cold until the early 1990s when WA detectives received information from NSW police about a man who reportedly had nightmares about Miss Wilson. By 1994, NSW police had further information about Miss Wilson's death that linked Garforth, who lived in the area at the time, to the unsolved crime. The investigation is ongoing.
http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g/garforth-andrew.htm




https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...9-tossed-dam-given-cushy-privileges-bars.html
 
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Although Birnies were suspects the likes of Lisa Mott, I do ponder if someone else had mates. Panel van etc.

Andrew Garforth is looking a promising suspect in the crime, possibly with an accomplice. He murdered Ebony Simpson.

Ironically he had a yellow Corolla in NSW. He followed the school bus Ebony was in.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Ebony_Simpson

13/9/1980 Annette Deverell ex Mandurah outside post office last seen talking to man in yellow panelvan; headless corpse located 7/7/1982 Waroona Dam.
30/10/1980 Lisa Mott ex Collie missing; last seen talking to man in yellow panel van. Birnie known to have been in Collie at time.


Andrew Peter Garforth is also suspected of the unsolved 1979 murder of West Australian teenager Felicia Marie Wilson, 19, of Kwinana, Perth. Miss Wilson, a former Miss West Coast finalist, was stripped naked and slashed before her killer smashed her skull with a 27 kg block of limestone as she walked home from work at the Kwinana Community Health Centre about 4.30pm on January 10, 1979. The manhunt went cold until the early 1990s when WA detectives received information from NSW police about a man who reportedly had nightmares about Miss Wilson. By 1994, NSW police had further information about Miss Wilson's death that linked Garforth, who lived in the area at the time, to the unsolved crime. The investigation is ongoing.
http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g/garforth-andrew.htm




https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...9-tossed-dam-given-cushy-privileges-bars.html
It's a Mazda 808.
"As the search for Ebony continued, a police officer noticed a yellow Mazda 808 that fitted the description both Christine and the neighbour reported seeing near the bus stop."
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/n...r/news-story/6a6b2d167885f870b549d8d894e3bb9a
 

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It's a Mazda 808.
"As the search for Ebony continued, a police officer noticed a yellow Mazda 808 that fitted the description both Christine and the neighbour reported seeing near the bus stop."
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/n...r/news-story/6a6b2d167885f870b549d8d894e3bb9a
Yep, specsavers, Thanks. Not that I think it matters potentially. I don't think Dorothy necessarily had it locked in. Dorthy thought it was a Corolla. Adrenalin does funny things to the brain. I think I have pointed out it was an 808 before in another thread.

Dorothy said it was a yellow car with a steel seat. It might have been a very worn seat that lost some of its cushion.

I have Dorothy pegged for someone else, but there is no indication what state the car was registered.
 
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