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Title Australian Story: Suddenly One Summer / Director: McRobert, Trudy
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (27 min. 28 sec.) ; 165534047 bytes
Summary Introduced by Caroline JonesHow far would you go to help a family member facing sudden disgrace and jail in the very worst of circumstances? Former teacher Josephine Greensill believes she would still be in prison but for the efforts of her family to clear her name. When police came knocking at her door with allegations relating to an incident thirty years earlier she was shocked and surprised. After two and a half years in prison she was finally acquitted, with the judgement concluding there was a 'real likelihood' that her accusers had collaborated, and a 'real possibility' that the evidence against her had been concocted. For the first time, Josephine Greensill and those closest to her tell their inside story
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-06-08 at 20:00:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Criminal investigation -- Psychological aspects.
Married women -- Conduct of life.
Police charges.
Women -- Crimes against.
Women prisoners -- Social conditions.
Form Streaming video
Author McRobert, Trudy, director
Jones, Caroline, host
Brown, Ian, contributor
Greensill, Danny, contributor
Greensill, Josephine, contributor
Stary, Robert, contributor
Toohey, Annette, contributor
Toohey, Mary, contributor