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Justice for Jamie (Paperback)

Frits Maaten

ISBN 10: 0646474022 / ISBN 13: 9780646474021
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Paperback. In October 1991 the body of 60 year old gay man, Francis Barry Arnoldt, was found stabbed to death outside a sporting pavilion in a suburban park in Melbourne. He had been murdered the pre.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 356 pages. 0.602. Bookseller Inventory # 9780646474021

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Title: Justice for Jamie (Paperback)

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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In October 1991 the body of 60-year-old gay man, Francis Barry Arnoldt, was found stabbed to death outside a sporting pavilion in a suburban park in Melbourne. He had been murdered the previous night. Mr. Arnoldt was a wealthy man, however he was suffering from leukemia, and didn't have long to live. The day prior to his death he had said he was intending to make changes in his will. Victoria Police investigated, and described his death as "homosexually orientated," and the State Coroner found that Mr. Arnoldt had been killed at the park by a person, or persons, unknown. Five and a half years later, in March 1997, another gay man, 28-year-old Jamie Koeleman, a known teller of tall stories, told a former boyfriend a story in which he claimed to have killed Mr. Arnoldt during a sex act. He later explained that he had made the story up, basing it on media reports of the murder, and from scenes in the 1979 movie, "Cruising," starring Al Pacino. Despite his friend later sahying he didn't believe the story, he nevertheless decided to report it to police. The author, a former campaigner for the release of Lindy Chamberlain, believes that both the Coroner and the Supreme Court were misled, and that vital evidence was withheld, which led to Jamie Koeleman being convicted of a murder he did not commit. Softcover, full index.

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