Sunday, June 10, 2012

Lindy Chamberlain: Countdown. (2); Officer at campsite that night insists there was human intervention with Azaria's remains: Herald Sun.

STORY: "Dingo in clear over Azaria Chamberlain death, says cop," by reporter Wes Hosking, published in the Herald Sun on June 10, 2012. (Sub-heading: "Two days away from the Inquest ruling that could find a Dingo killed Azaria Chamberlain, the only policeman at Uluru that night remains adamant there was human interference.")

GIST: "Retired officer Frank Morris, who was at the Chamberlains' campsite within 10 minutes of the alarm being raised 32 years ago, said there was no way a dingo was to blame. "There was human intervention, there definitely was," he told Channel 9 tonight.".........Ms Chamberlain, now Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, was jailed for murder over Azaria's death and her husband given a suspended sentence after being found guilty of being an accessory after the fact. Both were exonerated and their convictions overturned after a royal commission in 1987. They have relentlessly fought to have their daughter's death certificate changed from "unknown" to reflect that a dingo killed the baby. Northern Territory coroner Elizabeth Morris's findings will be streamed live from the Darwin Magistrates' Court on Tuesday."

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