By Ram Tiwary
On 15 September 2003, Singaporean scholars on the college of recent South Wales in Sydney, Tony Tan Poh Chuan and Tay Chow Lyang, have been brutally murdered of their house. greater than 8 months later, their housemate and fellow Singaporean, Ram Tiwary, used to be arrested for his or her murders. even though Ram proclaimed innocence, he was once discovered accountable in 2006 and sentenced to lifestyles imprisonment. A winning attraction overturned the conviction and presented him a retrial, which additionally ended in a to blame verdict in 2009. yet simply days after the second one attraction in 2012, the hot South Wales court docket of felony allure overturned the 2009 conviction and acquitted him. He used to be published after spending ninety nine months in greatest safety penitentiary. What occurred within the court that pressured the main senior judges within the kingdom to overturn homicide convictions inside an afternoon of the hearings? From the police claims of 'losing' proof from facts safes, revelations within the court that the DPP had hidden...
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The first ambulance had two female paramedics in it. Seeing me approach at a run, they locked the doors and I was left looking at them in puzzlement from outside. The lady in the passenger seat wound down her window slightly and I told them I was the one who called emergency services. It was embarrassing and frustrating how they spoke to me through that narrow slit of open window. I understand now that they were being prudent, but it felt extremely unpleasant at the time. The male paramedic from the second ambulance opened his door and called me over.
I was standing in the lobby of Maroubra Police Station and Detective Mark Frearson was reading me my rights, the Australian version of the Miranda warning. Detective Paul Thierjung was standing slightly behind him. Both men stood between the automatic glass doors and me. Through those doors, a few metres away, normal life carried on, oblivious to what was happening. I saw cars and people go past on the Australian streets that I would never again walk as a free man. The date was 28 May 2004, 256 days after the murders, almost the entire gestation period that brings a new human life to the world.
As our cars pulled out, none of us could believe that we had managed to completely avoid any media attention. In anticipation of that unwanted attention, my family had booked a hotel room for me. We made our way there to meet my other family members – it was the first time I was able to hug them without wearing a jail ‘Visit Jumpsuit’ after so long. I am not an emotional guy, so that is as much as I will say about my homecoming, 3,292 days after the saga that began on 15 September 2003. 15TH SEPTEMBER, 2003 This chapter was the most difficult one to write.