Could there be progress in the Keogh case at last? Today for the first time, the South Australian Medical Board heard evidence during an inquiry into the professional competence of pathologist Dr Colin Manock.
The state's former chief pathologist worked on thousands of cases including the murder conviction of Henry Keogh… And we've now learnt, what we always suspected, that more autopsy photographs were taken than have been disclosed.
The question now is why and what else has not been revealed?
Well possibly quite a lot... Access has still been denied to the original police and forensic negatives which contain the only meaningful clues both to the cause of death - of young lawyer Anna Jane Cheney - and to the conduct of those whose job it was to properly investigate, gather and record all of the available evidence... Before deciding the outcome.