Justice for Kathleen Folbigg

Kathleen Folbigg has spent more 18 years behind bars in maximum security prisons, but science has proven that she did not kill her children. Kathleen was convicted of the murder of...

Scientific evidence showing reasonable doubt in the Kathleen Folbigg case was the subject of a 60 Minutes investigation last night. A petition was signed earlier this year by 90 eminent scientists,...

The University of Newcastle’s Criminology & Criminal Justice Society will present an online panel discussion next month – “Kathleen Folbigg – When is it reasonable doubt?” New medical evidence emerged in Kath’s...

The Australian Academy of Science has issued a strongly worded statement regarding the NSW Court of Appeal decision that it found there was no legal error in the inquiry into Kathleen...

Disappointingly, the Court of Appeal in NSW has announced that it found there was no legal error in the inquiry into Kathleen Folbigg’s conviction, led by former judge the Hon R...

How much longer can the NSW justice system chose to ignore growing medical evidence that supports Kathleen Folbigg’s innocence? Today 90 eminent scientists—including two Australian Nobel Laureates, medical practitioners, science leaders...

A former law professor at University of Newcastle, Ray Waterson, has described Kathleen Folbigg’s convictions as standing among the “most contentious and troublesome in Australian history, alongside those of Lindy and...

Kathleen Folbigg has been granted the right to continue her fight for justice next February, in the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal. Her lawyers have four days set down from February...

New genetic evidence revealed at a symposium hosted by the Australian Academies of Science and Law shows a “strong possibility” that Kathleen Folbigg’s daughters had a genetic mutation that caused their...

Lawyers acting for Kath have issued a summons calling for a further judicial review of her case. The summons states that Justice Blanch “failed to apply the correct legal test of...