“In making those orders and in argument during the hearing of the application on 28 April 2020, the Court referred to the various difficulties with the plaintiff’s case as it is presently pleaded. In many respects, those difficulties were similar to the submissions made on behalf of the first defendant and the third defendant at the compulsory conference in this matter.
The first defendant and the third defendant consider that the plaintiff’s claim has no prospects of success against any defendant.”
– letter from Barry Nilsson to Sterling Law dated 18 May 2020. Continue reading “Stewart Boyd scores stunning upset in District Court after horse kick”
The commission of inquiry into QLD’s lab scandal has heard Managing scientist of Queensland Health’s Forensic and Scientific Services Cathie Allen recommended amplification of low-level DNA samples which could have detected more serious criminals, but which would cost Queensland Health an estimated $20,000 less and generate less workload for lab staff.
Continue reading “Queensland forensic lab boss Cathie Allen accused of lying”