Cold Justice

February 2018
27:43

Season 2 Episode 1 - Stephen Smith

4.0 28 x
Seventeen-year-old Gomeroi teenager Stephen Smith was the most popular boy in school with the world at his feet before it was cruelly snatched away. The teen was found dead on train tracks outside the north western NSW town of Quirindi in 1988 after attending a party. Despite his family being told by police during the init...
25:41

Season 2 Episode 2 - Theresa Binge Case Part 1

3.0 25 x
In 2003 in the remote QLD/NSW border town of Goondiwindi, 43-year-old Aboriginal grandmother Theresa Binge went missing. Twelve days later, her badly beaten body was found dumped in a concrete culvert outside of town. Despite strong leads, the investigation failed to find her killer. Fifteen years on, Theresa’s family are ...
25:08

Season 2 Episode 3 - Theresa Binge Case Part 2

3.0 22 x
Midnight on July 17, 2003 in the remote small QLD/NSW border town of Goondiwindi, 47-year-old Aboriginal grandmother Theresa Binge was having a drink with a local council worker at a local pub. 12 days later Theresa’s badly beaten and naked body was found dumped in a concrete culvert 10km out of town. There were two initia...
29:16

Season 2 Episode 4 - Lois Roberts

3.0 28 x
In July 1998, Lois was hitchhiking on the side of the road in Nimbin north NSW. A witness saw Lois get into a white car, after that she was never seen alive again. Police believe that she was held captive and kept alive for around 10 days, during which time she was tortured and sexually abused before being killed. Six mont...
June 2017
25:42

Season 2017 Episode 3

4.0 29 x
This series follows the injustice Indigenous Australians face with cold case victims. Hosted by Walkley Award and Amnesty Media Award nominee* Allan Clarke.
May 2017
25:56

Season 2017 Episode 2

4.0 42 x
This series follows the injustice Indigenous Australians face with cold case victims. Hosted by Walkley Award and Amnesty Media Award nominee* Allan Clarke.
26:18

Season 2017 Episode 1

3.0 46 x
This series follows the injustice Indigenous Australians face with cold case victims. Hosted by Walkley Award and Amnesty Media Award nominee* Allan Clarke.
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