First to the startling new evidence which should finally trigger a judicial review of the conviction of Henry Keogh.
As you'd know, the number of doubts surrounding the case have grown year by year... But now Supreme Court Judge Justice John Perry has released confidential memo's from a Medical Board enquiry which are scathing about the quality of the autopsy of Keogh's fiance Anna Jane Cheney and the competence of former Chief Forensic Pathologist Doctor Colin Manock.
These extraordinary opinions surfaced last week as Keogh sought a review of the Medical Board decision published 12 months ago which found Dr Manock's work in the case to be satisfactory.
So tonight, we ask how could the opinions of those experts involved in the enquiry change so dramatically?... And why does the board's report contain almost no reference to the contents of these documents... Which also call into question the standards that operated in our entire forensic science system for decades?
Here's Graham Archer.