Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Mark Lundy: Privy Council in London reserves decision - no indication as to when it will be released. TVNZ;

STORY: "Privy Council reserves Mark Lundy appeal decision," published by TVNZ on June 20, 2013.

 GIST: "The Privy Council in London has reserved its decision on Mark Lundy's appeal against his convictions for the murders of his wife and daughter 13 years ago. The three day appeal has wrapped up with the Crown making its final argument that Lundy was rightly convicted. Lundy is appealing his life sentence with a non-parole period of 20 years for the killing of his wife Christine and daughter Amber, 7, in their Palmerston North home in August 2000. The Crown last night rejected claims by Lundy's lawyer that the scientific evidence produced in his High Court trial in New Zealand was "flawed"......... There has already been an indication at the London hearing that the case could possibly be moved back to the Court of Appeal in New Zealand. But there has been no indication of when the Privy Council might give its reserved decision."

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