Petition to Governor For Pardon
A petition was signed on March 2 2021 and delivered to the Governor of NSW asking for the Ms Folbigg to be pardoned. The petition is presented below in full.
Criminal Case Review Commissions and Criminal Appeal Limitations
The way in which criminal cases involving potential injustice are dealt with in NSW is flawed and lead to serious problems – Kathleen Folbigg is an example of the systemic failure. An alternative approach is offered in this lecture.
Mark Basa – Released From Custody
Mark Basa has been at the Villawood Detention Centre for several years. Without warning and in the middle of the night, he was recently taken from Villawood to Perth where he stayed for a number of weeks. Then, again in the middle of the night and without warning, he was taken in chains to Christmas Island.
Profiteering From Offshore Detention
Offshore detention has been a policy of the Australian government since the Howard years. Mark Basa is currently held on Christmas Island – but how much does offshore detention cost and who profits from it. The Guardian recently published an article about the company that manages the detention centre on Nauru.
Kathleen Folbigg’s Letter to Attorney General Mark Speakman
Kathleen Folbigg wrote a letter to Mr Speakman, declaring her innocence and asking him to change his view and consider the scientific evidence to recommend she be pardoned. Read the complete letter here.
Lawyers Weekly EXCLUSIVE: Major Developments in Kathleen Folbigg’s Case May Prove Her Innocence
60 Minutes presents the scientific data and opinion that proves there are real medical explanations for the death of Kathleen’s children. Kathleen’s conviction can’t possibly be beyond reasonable doubt.