‘Pardon and freedom’: Kathleen Folbigg release raises compensation questions
Kathleen Folbigg has been pardoned after spending 20 years behind bars for the death of her four children, raising questions about compensation.
While she has received a pardon, her convictions have not been overturned.
If the convictions were to be squashed, it opens the door for Folbigg to receive compensation.
Deborah Knight exclaimed that “this case… would now have to be the greatest miscarriages of justice”.