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Case 152: Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

Case 152: Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

Update: 2020-08-0879
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this episode contains the names of people who have passed away. The families of Cindy and Mona Lisa Smith have given Casefile permission to air this content.

Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host
Researched by Jessica Forsayeth
Written by Erin Munro
Creative Director: Milly Raso


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Comments (16)

Jessica Smee

A jury is meant to represent a broad cross-section of the community, which includes black people. If course he would PREFER an all white jury in a racist country... but why did they allow such prejudice!?

Sep 16th
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Katie the Book and Yarn Dragon

thank you for shedding light on this case

Aug 26th
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masoud bivareh

Amazing

Aug 14th
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😀😁😂🤣😃😄🤔🤔🤔

I found it interesting that his defense attorneys claimed he couldn't have been driving because if he had he would have suffered injuries from the roof collapsing down on the driver's side. I rolled a pickup 3 times, didn't have a seatbelt on (just like he claimed), the truck landed on it's wheels with the driver side cab crushed down. I ended up on the floor of the truck, if I would have had my seatbelt on I would have sustained some serious head injuries. So yes you can come out of rollover accident relatively unscathed if you are the driver and not wearing a seatbelt.

Aug 11th
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Steve Dronzewski

Central Northern New South Wales? How many different directions can there be in one place's name? 😂

Aug 9th
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Shyla Streeter

No justice... Of course the defense argues he wouldn't get a fair trial if the jury wasn't all white (only two of them were indigenous!) but when a black or indigenous person is on trial they don't get an all black or indigenous jury. Bullshit. It's at least refreshing to hear the police were disappointed in this result. His own LAWYER said he obviously did it!!!

Aug 8th
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Judi Kingsman

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ great research

Aug 8th
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Judi Kingsman

what a bloody hideous shamble of bollicks

Aug 8th
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