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Peter Falconio murder

Peter Falconio murder

Backpacker's killer loses final appeal

THE drug-smuggler convicted of killing British backpacker Peter Falconio and attempting to kidnap his girlfriend, Joanne Lees, in the Australian Outback six years ago yesterday lost his final bid for freedom.

Falconio killer loses appeal

THE drug-runner found guilty of murdering the British backpacker Peter Falconio in the Australian outback in 2001 yesterday lost an appeal against his conviction and sentence.

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Falconio family face appeal wait

THE family of British backpacker Peter Falconio, left, faces an agonising wait before learning whether the drug runner found guilty of his murder has succeeded in overturning his conviction.

Falconio murderer 'is victim of a miscarriage of justice'

A MECHANIC suffered a "miscarriage of justice" when he was found guilty of murdering British backpacker Peter Falconio in the Australian Outback, a court heard today.

Outback killer's appeal hearing

THE drug-runner found guilty of murdering the British backpacker Peter Falconio, 28, in the Australian Outback is to appeal against his conviction and sentence today.

Falconio girlfriend signs to 'tell all' on Outback killing

THE British backpacker Joanne Lees, who survived an Outback attack that resulted in the murder of her boyfriend Peter Falconio, yesterday said she had signed a deal to write a tell-all book about the ordeal.

Girlfriend signs deal for book on Falconio killing

BRITISH backpacker Joanne Lees, who survived an Outback attack that resulted in the murder of her boyfriend Peter Falconio, today said she had signed a deal to write a book about the ordeal.

Falconio killer to appeal

Bradley Murdoch, the drug-runner who killed British backpacker Peter Falconio in the Australian Outback more than four years ago, was given leave yesterday to appeal against his conviction and sentence.

Backpacker's killer appeals on conviction

THE drug-runner who killed Peter Falconio in the Australian Outback more than four years ago has launched an appeal against his conviction.

Falconio killer lodges appeal against jailing

THE drug runner who killed British backpacker Peter Falconio in the Australian Outback more than four years ago launched an appeal against his conviction today.

Outback killer gets 28 years in jail

THE drug runner who murdered British backpacker Peter Falconio will serve at least 28 years in prison before being considered for parole, a court heard yesterday.

28 years for murderer of Peter Falconio

BRADLEY MURDOCH, the drug runner who killed British backpacker Peter Falconio, was told today that he must serve at least 28 years in prison before being considered for parole.

Why is the jury still out on Lees?

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Murdoch gets life for backpacker murder

A VIOLENT drug smuggler was yesterday found guilty of murdering Peter Falconio, the British backpacker who vanished on a remote stretch of desert road in the Australian Outback four years ago.

Falconio killer jailed for life

DRIFTER Bradley Murdoch was today jailed for life for murdering British backpacker Peter Falconio in the Australian Outback.

Judge tells Falconio jury to put aside their emotions

THE judge in the murder trial of British backpacker Peter Falconio has urged jurors to put aside their emotions as they begin the task of considering their verdict.

DNA 'provides damning evidence' in Falconio case

DNA samples linking the drug-runner Bradley Murdoch to the disappearance of Peter Falconio are "powerful, damning evidence" that he killed the British backpacker in the Australian Outback, a court was told yesterday.

Falconios weep as court told body will be found

THE parents of murdered backpacker Peter Falconio today wept as a court heard one day their son's body would be found.

Outback murder trial told victim staged own disappearance

BRITON Peter Falconio may have staged his own disappearance in the Australian Outback, a murder trial jury was told yesterday.

Falconio 'may have staged disappearance in Outback'

BRITON Peter Falconio may have staged his own disappearance in the Australian Outback more than four years ago, a murder trial jury was told today.

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