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Who do you think killed Colin Winchester?

By johnboy 30 May 2009 63

The recent news that David Eastman has been returned to Canberra (by a NSW Corrections system that is very happy to see the back of him) revived interest in the crime for which he was convicted, the murder of Colin Winchester.

Despite the constabulary getting very angry when the subject is brought up there remains a persistent belief in sections of the community that Eastman was just a nutter set up for the murder by either the mafia or corrupt police.

So let’s have a look at what the poll numbers say.

I believe that Colin Winchester was murdered by

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Who do you think killed Colin Winchester?
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Proudof Canberra 3:07 am 13 Feb 10

Courts get it wrong far too often. Lindy Chamberlin got a fair trial too.

Let’s not forget the days of posthumous pardons either.

No way Eastman did it. This was profesional

monomania 5:10 pm 31 Aug 09

On May 30, 2009

vg said :

Doesn’t matter what we think. It matters what a properly convened court with apprporiately submitted evidence thinks.

And before people get all uppity about the evidential part, unless you spent significant time in that courtroom your opinion is moot.

Colin Winchester was a workmate of family members and a close family friend. To rehash this tripe is a disgrace. Grow up a bit JB. I thought you were better than this crap.

and on August 29, 2009 almost a full month after any additional comment had been made

vg said :

“Who do you think killed Colin Winchester?”

David Harold Eastman…..and the judge thought it as well.

That’s all folks

Go figure!

James-T-Kirk 12:42 pm 31 Aug 09

I know who did it…

It was the person who applied pressure to the trigger of the firearm!

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