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Gordon Wood loses lawsuit against NSW

Gordon Wood has lost a lawsuit against the state of NSW more than six years after he was acquitted of murdering his model girlfriend at The Gap in Sydney.
SBS

Gordon Wood loses malicious prosecution case against State of NSW

Wood was wrongfully convicted in 2008 of killing his girlfriend Caroline Byrne.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mark Tedeschi's career 'stands or falls' on Gordon Wood lawsuit, court

Mark Tedeschi, QC, successfully prosecuted backpacker killer Ivan Milat, balcony murderer Simon Gittany, and baby killer Keli Lane.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

Gordon Wood jury unaware of 'chicky babe' message from Caroline Byrne, court told

The pager message of June 2, 1995 read: "Hi Gordy, it's 5.30pm. Call me at home when you get a chance. Love your sick chicky babe."
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Kathy Lin and Rachelle Louise watch Mark Tedeschi QC give evidence at Gordon Wood case

At first glance, Kathy Lin and Rachelle Louise don't have a lot in common: Ms Lin the softly-spoken, cardigan wearing wife and mother from the suburbs; Ms Louise the glamorous model-turned-aspiring..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Gordon Wood's lawyers grill prosecutor Mark Tedeschi QC

Mark Tedeschi, the prosecutor who put Gordon Wood behind bars, was grilled about his closing address to the jury who convicted Wood of murder.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Simon Gittany's ex-girlfriend Rachelle Louise turns up at Gordon Wood case

Gordon Wood was on his way to the dentist in 2013 when he inadvertently walked past a media pack outside the trial of balcony murderer Simon Gittany.
Brisbane Times

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