Free Read [Horror Book] ☆ The Family Court Murders - by Debi Marshall ↠

By Debi Marshall | Comments: ( 799 ) | Date: ( Apr 05, 2020 )

4 murders 5 bombings And no one charged This is the definitive story of the Family Court Murders.An initiative of the Whitlam Government, the so called helping court opened its doors in January 1976 But despite the high idealism of the court s creators, they failed to factor in one universal truth that in a marital tug of war, one side would always feel embitte4 murders 5 bombings And no one charged This is the definitive story of the Family Court Murders.An initiative of the Whitlam Government, the so called helping court opened its doors in January 1976 But despite the high idealism of the court s creators, they failed to factor in one universal truth that in a marital tug of war, one side would always feel embittered than the other.Despite the brazen enormity of the shootings and bombings in Sydney from 1980 attacks that hit at the very heart of the judicial system and a prime suspect publicly named by the Coroner, the police investigation failed to culminate in an arrest and after three decades stalled to a benign review status Following a tip off from a possible witness, the Channel 7 Sunday Night program determined to investigate this cold case Award winning true crime writer and investigative journalist Debi Marshall was part of the team who worked this story.Thirty three years on, the horror of these crimes still haunts everyone involved Witnesses are frightened to speak Family members live in the dark shadows of grief and fear Widows and children continue to live without closure To break this uneasy silence, Marshall embarked on a terrifying journey into the dark heart of The Family Court Murders and the prime suspect.What she has uncovered will shock and outrage.


  • Title: The Family Court Murders
  • Author: Debi Marshall
  • ISBN: 9780857982957
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments The Family Court Murders

  • A Reader's Heaven

    (I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.)4 murders. 5 bombings. And no one charged. This is the definitive story of the Family Court Murders.An initiative of the Whitlam Government, the so-called 'helping court' opened its doors in January 1976. But despite the high idealism of the court's creators, they failed to factor in one universal truth: that in a marital tug of war, one side would always feel more embittered than the other. Despite the brazen [...]


  • Lynne

    I shake my head when I think of how he got away with it. I thought the book was very interesting and well written. I think the right to remain silent should be changed, as he used that the whole way through. Why did it never go before a jury ?Why did the police never interview all the victims families? Why when they were looking for his cave did they give up after one try, why did they not interview locals from where he grew up ? How did evidence just go missing ? So many unanswered questions.Wh [...]


  • Nicola

    Bit a strange read until you realise how it is written. Horrifying to realise that they are still not 'solved'. And that I went to the Parramatta Courthouse for my divorce - remember walking in thinking about the bombing!


  • Catherine Middleton

    Courageous, excellent, Australian investigative journalism! What an achievement with an arrest finally this year. Love your work, Debi, and look forward to reading more of your work.


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