June 13, 2012

Chamberlain Case Exposes Aussie Justice

Jack Waterford, Canberra Times

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More than half of the Australians now living have no personal memory of the Azaria Chamberlain case, now, after 32 years moving, one hopes into its epilogue. They were either not born, or too young. But they should know, if only for some healthy scepticism about Australian justice.

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