The article titled Story of Murder comes to Town published in the Goondiwindi Argus on 9 July 2014, which promotes our western tour, has been included on Dr Bob Moles' Networked Knowledge website. Click here to read
Dr Bob Moles and his assistants work tirelessly in the name of justice. Bob and his committed team of professionals are currently advocating for Henry Keogh who was convicted of murder and sentenced to a life term with a non-parole period of 25 years. We strongly recommend reading Losing their Grip - the case of Henry Keogh by Robert N. Moles. The wheels turn painfully slow and we wish this committed team and also Henry Keogh the energy and the will to endure. Our own grandfather was swiftly locked up and virtually gagged prior to his trial. Unbelievably his notes to his solicitor were confiscated by prison guards. Can you imagine what it must feel like to be accused of, and jailed for, something you didn't do?
Deb and Jan
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