Ep 62: Comparing the Central Park Five to Curtain

In an all new episode of Curtain The Podcast, Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson discuss the reaction to the new Netflix drama series on the Central Park Five, the shocking similarities to Curtain’s case and for the first time you’ll hear why there have been recent delays in bringing new episodes to air and the progress of Kevin’s case. 

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Steve Bunbajee, Ivana Kovac Kuti, Susan Peterson, Simon Crewdson, Tim Levinson, Gillian Haines, Brami Jegan and other generous donors.
They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast

Ep 61: We’re Still Dying At Their Hands

On the first episode of Curtain The Podcast for 2019 we explain the brief delay in the case of Kevin Henry. Before exploring two disturbing and shocking deaths in custody of Aboriginal Women. And once again the failings of the Australian media to properly investigate these ongoing injustices

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Steve Bunbajee, Ivana Kovac Kuti, Susan Peterson, Simon Crewdson, Tim Levinson, Gillian Haines, Brami Jegan and other generous donors.
They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast

Ep 60: The Insult of Having to Beg Betty for Pardon

Aboriginal man Kipper Billy was wrongly convicted of rape in 1861, in the state of Qld he was executed for a crime he did not commit. Now 150 years later he’s finally been given the pardon he deserves, although true justice can never be done. This week we explore the issue of pardon in this context and the insult it is that Aboriginal people still have to beg the very family who invaded their lands for the right to be free.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Steve Bunbajee, Ivana Kovac Kuti, Susan Peterson, Simon Crewdson, Tim Levinson, Gillian Haines, Brami Jegan and other generous donors.
They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast

Ep 59: Bowraville: Still Fighting for Justice

This week we examine the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal refusing an application by the NSW Attorney-General to retry the person police suspect of killing three Aboriginal children in Bowraville between 1990 and 1991. Despite the incredible efforts of the children’s families, they’ve been failed again. Their demands for justice and the failure for it to be delivered rests on the shoulders of the entire Australian community, as well as the police and politicians. So what has to be done to value Aboriginal lives.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Steve Bunbajee, Ivana Kovac Kuti, Susan Peterson, Simon Crewdson, Tim Levinson, Gillian Haines, Brami Jegan and other generous donors.
They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast

 

Ep 58: No Appeal if you’re Aboriginal

This week we take a look at what is happening in Australia in regards to prisoners appealing significant sentences for murder were there is doubt over their guilt. For two Non-Aboriginal prisoners it appears justice will be served, one has already received compensation. For two Aboriginal men, the opposite is true!

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Steve Bunbajee, Ivana Kovac Kuti, Susan Peterson, Simon Crewdson, Tim Levinson, Gillian Haines, Brami Jegan and other generous donors.
They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast

 

Ep 57: Three Cases for Truth and Justice

This week we look at new information about the extent of police corruption in Queensland, the overcrowding of Alice Springs Youth Detention Centre and another tragic death in custody examined.

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Ep 56: No Justice, No Peace… For Aboriginal Women

In this weeks episode of Curtain we examine the shocking death of an Aboriginal woman in the Northern Territory that has gone unsolved and unpunished for more than four years. Amid dark clouds over the police’s handling of the case, another life has been taken without any justice or outcry from the broader community. Also we examine the shocking new statistics on the rate of incarceration of vulnerable Aboriginal children.

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They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast

Ep 55: Another Aboriginal Man Innocent Inside

When Curtain the Podcast began we asked the question ‘How many Indigenous prisoners in Australia are innocent?”. Today we discuss the case of South Australia’s Derek Bromley, who has been in prison for more than 34 years. He’s always maintained his innocence, the two key witnesses have long since been shown to have no credibility and others have walked free… why not Derek?

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They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast

Ep 54: His Image Goes Viral

Just over a week ago we shared a recent image of Kevin Henry, allowing the public to see his face for the first time in 27 years. The response was overwhelming; this week we explain why, answer many of the questions that were raised by those who saw it and ask for your help to free and innocent man.

 

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They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast

Ep 53: Who is Committing the Crimes?

This week on Curtain the podcast, in just the past week three more examples have emerged of police targeting Aboriginal people. Firstly in the attempt to imprison the cousin of Ms Dhu, again for unpaid fines, despite all that has happened to the family and the situation you’ll hear. A WA Snr Sergeant has struck with a vehicle a young 18 year old leaving him in hospital and the community of Palm Island has been awarded 30 million dollars, after the QPS was found to have breached the Racial Discrimination Act. It sets the scene for what its like for Aboriginal people dealing with police in Australia and shines further light on how they handled the case of Curtain

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Steve Bunbajee, Ivana Kovac Kuti, Susan Peterson, Simon Crewdson, Tim Levinson, Gillian Haines and other generous donors.
They pledged support and you can too at https://www.patreon.com/CurtainPodcast