It may have been a month of explosive developments in a murder case that has had no shortage of drama in the past eight years, but one thing hasn't changed: Sue Neill-Fraser is still tending the garden. Police have no evidence she is involved in the alleged conspiracy to pervert the course of justice to clear her. On October 30, she will leave the garden and her four-day appeal will begin. And a case as deep and murky as the Derwent will be dredged for the final time.

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