A witness who is expected to give evidence at the inquiry into the convictions of Roseanne Catt heard gunshots outside her house on Saturday morning, a Sydney nun said yesterday.
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Ex-detective risks prosecution
Former detective, Peter Thomas risks prosecution for evidence he gave at a judicial inquiry into the conviction of Roseanne Catt, a judge warned yesterday.
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Internal Affairs charges hung over Catt detective
Senior NSW Internal Affairs police had found that a detective should be charged with misconduct in relation to his investigation of the Roseanne Catt case, even before her 1991 trial, a Supreme Court inquiry into fresh evidence in her case was told this week.
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Freed prisoner denied the funds to clear her name
After a decade in jail, Roseanne Catt is still waiting to have her say in court, writes Wendy Bacon.
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Justice on trial
A raft of new evidence has raised fresh doubts about the conviction of Roseanne Catt for conspiring to kill her ex-husband. Wendy Bacon reports one key witness for Catt has been bashed and handed a bullet.
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Should This Woman Be In Jail?
The judge said she was either an evil woman or the victim of a terrible conspiracy. Wendy Bacon and Tracy Pillemer explore the truth about Roseanne Catt.
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The flames were cruel enough, but the methods of a policeman turned arson investigator proved worse.