Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson have finally received the official letter of reply to Kevin’s application for parole and listeners will hear the outcome of Kevin’s fate. There are also big changes in Queensland’s parole system to discuss and more is revealed on the findings of the new forensic report. Finally, the episode ends with a surprise when recording is interrupted by an unexpected message. All of this and more on Episode 15 of Curtain The Podcast
Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson discuss the latest QLD Government announcement on the prison where Kevin Henry is currently held. Answer listeners questions about who the real culprit of the crime could be and how disastrous the police investigation was. Plus an update on the support for Kevin Henry at Invasion Day protests around the country
Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson first hear from three members of the famous Central Park Five, wrongly convicted on false confessions. They then begin to further break down the investigation and highlight how little the police did to actually uncover the truth and how flawed the entire process really was.
Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson update listeners with what’s occurred over the Christmas break, with a new development in the case of Kevin Henry. Amy sits down with Doug Graham for an interview by the Fitzroy River. Doug is Kevin’s cousin and one of the only people to see the grainy video of Kevin’s supposed confession
Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson look back at what they’re discovered both about the case of Kevin Henry and the treatment of Indigenous Australians in the making of Curtain The Podcast so far. They touch on the treatment of Dylan Voller in juvenile detention and Kevin Henry’s own experience. The year ends with a way you can become involved!
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Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson discuss the evidence given by three key witnesses. The number of statements they gave to police, the inconsistencies and admissions of lies on the witness stand. They also explore the growing evidence for a solid alibi for Kevin Henry. They then introduce shocking details of possible new suspects who were never investigated and had no alibi.
Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson discuss the political and police corruption that was rife at the time in Queensland. They interview former Courier Mail Journalist Phil Dickie and Gold Walkley Winner whose investigative journalism led to the Fitzgerald Inquiry and discuss the impacts the issues raised may have had on the trial of Kevin Henry.
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.