JUSTICE STILL AWAITS! The many investigations & suspects of the Claremont Serial Killings as Bradley Robert Edwards to face trial this year
SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: It’s the cold case that still casts a chill in the spines of many in Perth and beyond, with at least three women believed to have been abducted just outside of busy bars and then murdered by a serial killer stalking Western Australia more than 20 years ago. But 2019 may be the year the Claremont Serial Killings are finally solved, with prime suspect, Bradley Robert Edwards, to face trial in May. However, he is just the latest in a long line of suspects that have been under the microscope for years. Charles Sturt University lecturer, Therese Taylor, takes an in-depth look at all the murky details of a case that continues to baffle many, despite justice for the victims and their families perhaps edging ever so closer.
LITTLE TO BE PROUD OF ALL ROUND! Nationals MP David Littleproud admits separation from wife after social media alights in false rumours of affair with staffer
EXCLUSIVE: He is best known to many as the Nationals politician who did his best to prevent gay people from marrying, even shouting ‘No’ in parliament in a last-ditch effort to prevent the inevitable, having earlier suggested same-sex couples “need to understand” and “respect” the “sanctity of marriage”. But True Crime News Weekly can now reveal Nationals MP David Littleproud is just the latest in a long line of federal politicians facing marriage difficulties of their own.
TRUE OPINION: The unspeakable tragedy of Olga Edwards and the scores of women killed by selfish & cruel men in Australia during 2018
TRUE OPINION: About 70 women in total are believed to have been murdered by men, largely by their male partners or former partners in domestic violence incidents, in Australia during all of last year. It’s time we call out family violence against women as the national security problem it is, writes Tim Kent.
ANALYSIS: One of Australia’s highest profile individuals with a worldwide reputation and a mass following has this week been found guilty of committing awful, heinous crimes. While several overseas media publications are now reporting the news, the nation’s local media is forbidden from revealing even the barest of details in what is one of the biggest outcomes in Australian criminal legal history. True Crime News Weekly’s Melbourne correspondent, Gary Johnston, reports on this travesty of open justice in the digital age.
EXCLUSIVE: Former Police Officer of the Year, Daniel Hadley, has quit the NSW police force in disgrace in the wake of his sensational cocaine arrest following a sting by the force’s internal anti-corruption squad. It comes as his alleged drug dealer has outed him as a “repeat cocaine buyer”. All the while, his loudmouth ‘tough-on-drugs’ shock jock dad, Ray Hadley, has remained on the air. True Crime News Weekly takes a close look at the trajectory and troubles of father and son.
CRIME CULTURE: The popularity of true crime podcasts and investigative crime documentaries has exploded over the past five years. Greenlight – the debut novel by stand-up comedian Benjamin Stevenson – places the media right in the centre of a young backpacker’s murder. Therese Taylor with her view on this new Aussie thriller.
EXCLUSIVE: With Rupert Murdoch’s corrupt News Corp media organisation commencing a ludicrous wall-to-wall propaganda campaign insisting Australia’s newest unelected Prime Minister Scott Morrison is a ‘good bloke’, True Crime News Weekly can now reveal a more realistic portrait of the nation’s leader.
EXCLUSIVE: The convicted celebrity paedophile, Jeremy Kewley, is attempting to resume his acting career just months after his release from prison, with the highly dangerous sex offender even travelling from town-to-town in regional Victoria to perform to unsuspecting audiences at festivals featuring youth theatre groups. Horrifyingly, it can now be revealed that one of Kewley’s performances was delivered at a school and is said to have been a “chilling and sickening” monologue about the rape of a teenage girl.
ANALYSIS: The digitisation of health records is seemingly the next big step for governments and insurance companies wanting evermore data on citizens and consumers. Will it lead to healthier lives, or, be yet another tool of data capture in aid of a surveillance society and security state? Our intrepid investigator, Lois Lane, takes a deep look at some vexing issues for the present and the near future.
EXCLUSIVE: With many Australians wondering “what’s the go with the au pairs” after it was revealed Home Affairs Minster Peter Dutton has stepped in to allow three young, attractive, western-European women entry into Australia despite dodgy visa issues, True Crime News Weekly can now reveal that Dutton has been named by a whistleblower as being regularly contacted by disgraced former Ipswich mayor, Paul Pisasale, on behalf of “young Asian women”.
EXCLUSIVE: Robert Doyle resigned earlier this year as Melbourne’s lord mayor after a flurry of sexual harassment complaints against him became public. Since then, he’s kept a low profile and the allegations against him have seemingly gone nowhere due to the Liberal Party heavyweight’s apparent ill health. Our Melbourne correspondent, Gary Johnston, takes a look at just how sick Robert Doyle truly is, as well as persisting claims he took advantage of young female students under his care when a teacher in the 1970s.
EXCLUSIVE: Accused of raping a young American virgin while she was passed out and leaving her in a “pool of blood”, code-hopping football ‘dreamer’ Jarryd Hayne nonchalantly suggested that dealing with sexual abuse allegations was “just one of those things” when he was confronted by the claims earlier this year. But the Parramatta Eels star and former San Francisco 49er has past form when it comes to harassing teenage girls, including biting and touching them without consent. True Crime News Weekly publisher, Serkan Ozturk, reports.