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Police again decided to return to the secret Lynette Dawson

Police again decided to return to the secret Lynette Dawson

Australian police began digging in the former home of a Sydney woman, whose disappearance in 1982 recently attracted widespread attention.


Lynette Dawson, the mother of two children, disappeared without a trace. Her husband, Chris Dawson, said she left the family — perhaps she joined a religious group.

Mr Dawson denied the murder of his wife after two coroner investigations found that she was killed by a "famous person."

On Wednesday, police said they began a five-day forensic examination of the former home of a married couple in the suburb of Bayview.

“The point is to get justice for Lynn,” said Supt Scott Cook of the new South Wales police.
South Cook said the police would accuse Mr. Dawson regardless of the search results.

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Detectives created a task force in 2015 to re-investigate the case.

In April, they sent a summary of new evidence to the State Attorney to consider whether criminal charges should be filed.
Prosecutors have previously said that there is not enough evidence to charge. An investigation in 2003 revealed that Mr. Dawson, a former rugby league star and middle school teacher, had sex with teenagers.
One 16-year-old girl moved in to Mr Dawson a few days after his wife disappeared. They later married, but after divorced.

In two separate investigations, it was recommended that the charge of murder be brought against a “famous person”. Equipped with satellite cars, parked along Gilving Drive, Bayview, they tell you that this is no ordinary investigation.
This Green Street with multi-million real estate can provide answers to the riddle of a decade ago, which attracted the attention of millions of people around the world.
With the sound of drills and earth-moving cutters buzzing in the background, the police announced their new search in front of news cameras.
This is not the first time the police are digging here. But this is a very public demonstration of what the officers are saying — it is their obligation to give answers to the Lynette Dawson family and a way to put even more pressure on the person they consider responsible for her death.
Police say they previously discovered "anomalies" in the land in the property. This time they plan to unearth four sites.
"What distinguishes this excavation is that it will be more extensive.

12.09.2018 06:52:10
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