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Title Sunday Night : Henry Keogh: Locked Up For 20 Years For A Crime He Did Not Commit/She Met An Accused Murderer In Jail - And Then.

Published Australia : Seven [broadcaster], 2016 July 10 at 19:00:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2016.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (44 min. 9 sec.) ; 257393756 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary HENRY KEOGH: LOCKED UP FOR 20 YEARS FOR A CRIME HE DID NOT COMMIT</br>Instead of mourning the death of his beautiful new fiance, Henry Keogh was locked up in prison for 20 years on the assertions of a forensic pathologist who lacked all the necessary qualifications.</br></br>SHE MET AN ACCUSED MURDERER IN JAIL - AND THEN MARRIED HIM</br>When Faye Hambour first met Henry Keogh she believed he had held Anna-Jane Cheney underwater in their bathtub until she drowned.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Doyle, Melissa, host.
Willesee, Mike, reporter.
Archer, Graham, contributor.
Cheney, Anna-Jane, contributor.
Keogh, Henry, contributor.
Larcombe, Elise, contributor.
Manock, Colin, contributor.
Moles, Bob, contributor.
Vernon-Roberts, Barrie, contributor.
Subject Forensic sciences.
Judicial error.
Murder -- Investigation.
Murder victims' families.
Ordeal.
News and Current Affairs.