THE FLEMING CASE; THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION

THE FLEMING CASE; THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION

FOLLOWING ON FROM THE TRIAL OF TOM FLEMING Following the acquittal of Tom Fleming over the death by poisoning of his wife Betty, his mistress Norma Lokkerbol became the target of  public outrage.  On September 9, 1951 The Sunday Mail (Brisbane) published the following piece after speaking

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A DEADLY DRIVE HOME – THE FLEMING CASE PART II

A DEADLY DRIVE HOME -  THE FLEMING CASE PART II

FOR THE FIRST EPISODE OF THIS STORY CLICK HERE. On June 28 1951 Tom and Betty Fleming made a car trip from their NSW cattle stud, Mt. Parry station, to Quirindi, for business and shopping.                   It was a

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THE TRIAL OF TOM FLEMING

THE TRIAL OF TOM FLEMING

AN INQUEST AND A TRIAL On August 1 1951, a coronial inquiry began into the mysterious  death of 39 year old Betty Fleming, wife of well known NSW grazier, Tom Fleming. On June 28 1951, Mrs Fleming died in the car  while her husband  Tom was driving

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