Kathleen Folbigg has been released from prison after serving 20 years for murdering her four children. Yesterday, she received the pardon she’s been waiting for, for over two decades.
We’re joined by Matthew Aguis, science reporter at Cosmos Magazine and the Science Briefing, who explains how and why the decision has been made – and what it means for other court cases with similar findings
In this episode of The Briefing, Kathleen Folbigg’s long journey to freedom.
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