START: "Eastman gets new inquiry," published by the Brisbane Times on August 10, 2012.

GIST: "David Harold Eastman has won an application to have a fresh inquiry into his conviction for the 1989 murder of an assistant federal police commissioner. Under ACT law, the Supreme Court can order an inquiry into a conviction if fresh evidence raises doubt or question about whether a person is guilty. In 1995, a jury found Eastman guilty of shooting Colin Winchester dead in the driveway next to his Canberra home. He was sentenced to life imprisonment........In November 2011, The Canberra Times reported a schoolteacher friend of Eastman had sworn an affidavit saying he had borrowed Eastman's car in the late 1980s to go rabbit shooting, accounting for gunshot residue found in the vehicle's boot."