Between February 20, 1989, and February 27, 1999, four young children died, leaving their parents devastated. Their mother, Kathleen Folbigg, journaled about everything. About being a mother, about how special each of her children was, and about losing each child, including the guilt she felt. Caleb Gibson, Patrick Allen, Sarah Kathleen, and Laura Elizabeth. All dead. In 2003, Kathleen Folbigg was convicted of murder of three of her children and of manslaughter of the fourth. She would be sentenced to 30 years in prison. But did she do it? More than 90 respected and renowned scientists say Kathleen Folbigg is innocent. Yet, Australia has kept the mourning mother of four behind bars. This is Kathleen Folbigg. Australia’s worst female serial killer who just might be innocent.
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The key piece of evidence jurors NEVER heard before finding ‘child-killer’ Kathleen Folbigg guilty for the deaths of her four children – as 90 top scientists explain why she’s ‘innocent’ | The Daily Mail