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Azaria! What The Jury Were Not Told - Phil Ward

Azaria! What The Jury Were Not Told - Phil Ward

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Azaria Chamberlain was an Australian baby who disappeared on August 17, 1980, during a family camping trip to Uluru (then known as Ayers Rock). Her mother, Lindy Chamberlain, claimed that a dingo had taken her baby.

The case gained significant media attention, and Lindy Chamberlain was later convicted of murdering her daughter in 1982. However, in 1986, following the discovery of new evidence, Lindy Chamberlain's conviction was overturned, and she was released from prison. The case had a profound impact on public opinion and led to a re-examination of the evidence.

The Azaria Chamberlain case is known for its complex legal proceedings and the controversy surrounding the initial conviction. The subsequent inquiry and legal developments revealed errors in the handling of evidence and contributed to changes in forensic practices in Australia.

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