SEX. MURDER. SECRETS. LIES. A missing baby. Her mother behind bars.

Award-winning journalist Caro Meldrum-Hanna in her most gripping investigation yet. In this ground-breaking three-part television event, EXPOSED: The Case of Keli Lane, Caro Meldrum-Hanna investigates one of Australia’s most notorious crimes: the disappearance of two-day old Tegan Lane and the conviction of her mother Keli Lane of her murder.

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Reasonable doubt? A murder in Dandenong

“There are questions around the lack of a forensic link between Boronika and the crime, the several witnesses who are established as being unreliable, the lack of clarity around the quality of the interpretation, and definitely the very big problems about Boronika’s capacity to understand at the start of the investigation,” said RMIT University's Michele Ruyters, who is reinvestigating the case as part of The Bridge of Hope Innocence Initiative at RMIT.

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Dealing with Injustice in the Justice System

The Bridge of Hope Innocence Initiative at RMIT (Innocence Initiative) is one of many organisations in Australia and overseas that have been set up to investigate claims of wrongful conviction in criminal cases.  Some organisations are independent public bodies such as the Criminal Cases Review Commission in the United Kingdom (or the now defunct DNA Review Panel in New South Wales) but the majority are pro-bono groups in the innocence movement.

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