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Sue Neill-Fraser’s defense team points its final case to court on third day of hearings | The Examiner




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Convicted murderer Sue Neill-Fraser’s defence team has submitted its closing argument to Hobart’s Supreme Court, telling a panel of judges an appeal should be allowed and a retrial ordered. Neill-Fraser is currently serving 23 years’ jail for the murder of her defacto partner Bob Chappell who disappeared from his yacht Four Winds on January 26 in 2009. Evidence closed early on Wednesday after it was decided a witness, Paul…

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