Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson explore the issue of Crocodiles in the Fitzroy river, speak to expert John Lever and ask what impact the giants of the water may have on the case. Then they explore the window of opportunity Curtain had to move the body or whether his Alibi and new evidence points to someone else being involved.
Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson examine the testimony of a number of witnesses, how they become to be involved in the case and whether their statements are in fact their own. They explore some of the details of the assault on Lynda, how the crime scene was secured and begin asking questions about the forensic evidence.
Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson examine a revelation they discovered why investigating the case of Kevin “Curtain” Henry and how it casts new doubt on the confession, the police investigation and what exactly happened that night. Then the trial of Curtain begins under a cloud with the Judge forced to make an early ruling.
Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson examine the issue of false confessions, conduct a small experiment based on techniques police use in the interview room, are joined by Patrick McGuinness the lawyer featured in the Academy Award winning documentary ‘Murder on a Sunday Morning’ and examine the question, could Kevin’s confession be false?