Angry supporters left painted handprints on the glass outside the court building and screamed for justice over the case of the murdered children from 30 years ago.
The NSW Government’s latest attempt to have a man face trial on charges of murdering three Aboriginal children in Bowraville almost 30 years ago has failed.
Colleen Walker, 16, Clinton Speedy-Duroux, 16, and Evelyn Greenup, aged four, all disappeared from the northern NSW town in a five-month period from September 1990.
The man who was suspected of the crimes, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was acquitted of Clinton’s murder in 1994 and Evelyn’s murder in 2006.
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