Episode 31: A Treasure Trove of New Information

Host Amy McQuire is away this week but Martin Hodgson reveals the latest news on Kevin Henry’s parole proceedings. Then with the investigation continuing a new stack of documents are uncovered that reveal serious flaws in the states forensic procedures and police’s handling of Kevin’s interview. Finally three new witness statements reveal explosive testimony of Kevin’s innocence.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Uri Auerbach, Jacqui Newberry & Susan Peterson
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Episode 30: Kevin the Individual

Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson sit down to discuss the Kevin Henry they’ve come to know as a man. The journey from investigating his case to learning who he is as an individual and the strength he has displayed throughout his struggle. Finally, parole is here again.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Uri Auerbach, Jacqui Newberry & Susan Peterson

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Episode 29: Cold Justice

Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson sit down with NITV’s Allan Clarke about his incredible documentary series Cold Justice. 29 years after Aboriginal teenager Mark Haines die his family will not go quietly as they search for answers. Some of the similarities between Curtain’s case are shocking, right down to minute details.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Uri Auerbach, Jacqui Newberry & Susan Peterson

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

Episode 28: Reports From Regional Australia

Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson discuss the recent media reports on Kevin Henry’s case, including the extensive coverage on NITV. Then they delve into the issue of Indigenous Incarceration and the untold story of Regional Australia. A final surprise will leave listeners eager for the next episode.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Uri Auerbach, Jacqui Newberry & Susan Peterson

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Episode 27: Highs & Lows and a Message from Lynda’s Family

Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson are back for a regular episode of the podcast and Amy gives her experience of the Rally held in Rockhampton. They discuss the unique nature of the podcast and how each episode is bringing new witness and evidence forward. Finally they end with a message from Lynda’s family.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Uri Auerbach, Jacqui Newberry & Susan Peterson

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Episode 26: Rallying for Kevin & Lynda

In a special episode of Curtain the Podcast you’ll hear audio from the recent Rally for Justice for Kevin and Lynda held in Rockhampton. Speakers include members of Kevin’s family, advocate Yasmin Johnson, activist Gwenda Stanley, Uncle Sam Watson and a special appearance by Lex Wotton from Palm Island.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Uri Auerbach, Jacqui Newberry & Susan Peterson

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Episode 25: Preparing to March

Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson discuss preparations for the rally to be held in Rockhampton for Kevin and Lynda on May 1st. You’ll hear behind the scenes as the banners are painted and the son of a legendary Aboriginal activist talk about why he’s now involved. Finally they deliver an update on legal proceedings and deliver a call to action.

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Uri Auerbach & Jacqui Newberry

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Episode 24: A Total System Failure

Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson hear from the founder of the Innocence Project and world famous lawyer Barry Scheck. They detail three enormous failures in the trial of Kevin Henry that could have led to his wrongful conviction. Finally they use Mr Scheck’s checklist that helps determine if a wrongful conviction is possible, the results are clear!

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This weeks episode was made possible with the support of Uri Auerbach & Jacqui Newberry

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Episode 23: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson begin the show with some good news for Indigenous Justice from WA. But the focus this week is on placing you the listener in the jury box. They go over the judges final summation and instructions to the jury. Confusion is aplenty before the verdicts are finally reached and you can decide whether you would find Kevin Henry innocent or guilty!

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