First tonight, to what may be one of the biggest miscarriages of justice this state has ever seen.
When Henry Keogh was convicted of the murder of his fiance, Anna Jane Cheney it was dependent on the forensic evidence of the state's former Chief Pathologist, Dr Colin Manock.
... A man who's professional performance had already been seriously questioned, with concerns that he'd made critical errors in numerous cases of suspicious deaths.
Now a national team of twenty eight eminent legal and medical experts has come together, volunteering their time and expertise because they're so concerned about what they see as the blatant inaccuracies and inconsistencies in the Keogh case.
As Graham Archer reports in this special investigation, some of the sharpest legal minds in the country are adamant that this case urgently needs reviewing and urgently demands a response by the State Government.