Article by Charles Wooley in Tas Weekend Magazine 21-22 February 2015 - mention of Sue Neill-Fraser case
Respected 60 Minutes journalist, Mr Charles Wooley, who is based here in Tasmania, is now writing a weekly column in the Tas Weekend Magazine in The Mercury. This week's article, located at the very back of the magazine, may have appeared to have been a gardening article with its picture of a bee emerging from a pretty mauve flower. Boy, were readers in for a surprise!
The article was called "My fright of passage" and outlines Charlie's rather unique and unusual experience of watching a camera proceed on its way from his private parts to the "vast, beige, velvety-looking cave" which is his bladder.
What, however, caught my eye and attention was his opening lines. He stated:
Recently I've been worrying about me. Not caring about the troubling disappearance of 70 per cent of the world's bee population and unconcerned that poor Susan Neill-Fraser has spent more than 2000 days in jail for a crime I can't believe she committed.
Charlie is one of many who still hold grave concerns and reservations about the safety of the Sue Neill-Fraser murder conviction.
There is more national media to come on this worrying case ....