Mother Released Twenty Years After Being Found Guilty of Killing Her Four Children
The story of Kathleen Folbigg's fight for justice.
A woman condemned as Australia's worse female serial killer has walked free from prison after serving just twenty years.
Kathleen Folbigg, charged with killing her four children last month, walked free in what seems to be the country's worse miscarriage of justice.
New South Wales Attorney General Michael Daley has called for Folbigg to be freed based on the preliminary findings of an inquiry that raised reasonable doubt in her guilt.
Folbigg was jailed in 2003 on three counts of murder and one of manslaughter following the death of her four babies over ten years starting from 1989.