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WHAT HAPPENED
TO BOB?

Bob Chappell was last seen alive on Australia Day, 26 January 2009

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THE PETITION

Investigate Sue Neill-Fraser's conviction with Commission of Inquiry.

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ROBERT (BOB) ADRIAN CHAPPELL
Radiation physicist
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SUSAN (SUE) BLYTH NEILL-FRASER
Bob's partner
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BARBARA ETTER APM
Lawyer
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PETER POWELL
Detective Inspector

8 Comments

  1. john h olsson July 16, 2017
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    A kangaroo courts findings, preceded by an appalling incompetent biased investigation!!!

  2. Elisa Sev January 18, 2019
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    Sue Neill-Fraser is definitely innocent!!! According to Law you are “innocent till PROVEN guilty”
    Why then is Sue serving a jail sentence for a murder that has no clear evidence or proof? !!! SUE IS INNOCENT SHE MUST BE RELEASED ACCORDING TO LAW UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY!!!
    Please open this case for review, its not right!!!

  3. Polly January 28, 2019
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    Hi, I was wondering if there was a dvd on the documentary Shadow of Doubt, or if there is somewhere online I could see it. Robin Bowles mentioned documentary in her post on Facebook and I would love to see it… Thankyou

    • Eve Ash February 22, 2019
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      We regret that at this stage the documentary, Shadow of Doubt, is unavailable due to an agreement with Channel 7, currently showing UNDERCURRRENT, which is available to mainland Australia on 7PLUS

      • Bec February 28, 2019
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        I have watched all of the episodes so far of undercurrent but it is not letting me view episode 5, any ideas why?

  4. Linda February 21, 2019
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    I too was wondering where/how the Shadow of Doubt documentary can be viewed? Thanks.

    • Eve Ash February 22, 2019
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      We regret that at this stage the documentary, Shadow of Doubt, is unavailable due to an agreement with Channel 7, currently showing UNDERCURRRENT, which is available to mainland Australia on 7PLUS

  5. greg February 27, 2019
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    I have been enjoying the series UNDERCURRRENT, although somewhat slow, it is very compelling and often mind-blowing. There are two things I would have liked to have had seen more about: (1) The Hair that was found on the red jacket (2) The sinking boat. I was left a bit confused as to if the boat was sunk or not, and how it was possible to collect evidence from a boat that was underwater or in the process of sinking and who/how it was noticed and saved. I had never heard of this case before watching this show and I hope that one day it will find a satisfying conclusion for all involved.

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