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Title 60 Minutes: Reasonable Doubt/Ancient Giants
Published Australia : NINE, 2013
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Summary REASONABLE DOUBT Details how in 2003 Kathleen Folbigg was found guilty of killing her three babies and one toddler. Now leading experts believe she should be set free because the jury was misled, the dodgy evidence the conviction was based on and, tragically, how multiple infant deaths in the one family, while rare, can and have happened around the world. ANCIENT GIANTS Visits the Nullarbor Plain famous for its emptiness. However more than 50,000 years ago they resembled the plains of Africa where giant creatures, scientists call mega fauna, roamed the outback
Event Broadcast 2013-07-14 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Animal remains (Archaeology) -- Research.
Animals, Fossil.
Children -- Death.
Mother and child -- Psychological aspects.
Murder -- Investigation.
Women murderers.
New South Wales -- Sydney.
Western Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Brown, Tara, host
Usher, Michael, host
Brown, Lea, contributor
Bryce, Clay, contributor
Cayley, Allan, contributor
Chapman, Tracy, contributor
Cunliffe, Emma, contributor
Donegar, Megan, contributor
Fleming, P. (Peter), 1972- contributor
Folbigg, Kathleen, contributor
Prideaux, Gavin, contributor
Ryan, Bernie, contributor