Monday, September 22, 2014

Henry Keogh: Australia; Forensic expert tells landmark hearing that the autopsy report into the death of murder victim Anna-Jane Cheney "was substandard and lacked description and detail." Adelaide Now.

STORY: "Anna-Jane Cheney autopsy report inadequate, expert tells court hearing Henry Keogh appeal," by reporters Jordanna Schriever and Sea Fewstwer, published by Adelaide Now on September 22, 2014.

See related story: "Henry James Keogh has lost a number of appeals against his conviction for murdering Anna-Jane Cheney in March 1994. But under new South Australian legislation, he has begun a landmark challenge arguing there is fresh and compelling evidence in the case. His lawyers contend that fresh evidence, including the possibility his fiancee may have suffered an extreme allergic reaction, undermined his conviction."

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