With a video link to China, technical difficulties plagued the morning’s proceedings. When the technical issues were sorted, day 67 took a deep dive into fibres, VIN numbers and cars.
Follow all the proceedings in the Claremont serial killings trial in our live blog.
Could the inside of Bradley Edwards Holden Commodore be the last thing Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon ever saw before they were killed?
For the first time the interior of the station wagon Bradley Edwards was driving in the 90s was shown in public - was it the last thing Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon saw before they were murdered?
A police forensic investigator has revealed how officers stripped Bradley Robert Edwards’ car apart, searching it for clues. FOLLOW IT LIVE HERE.
On day 65 of the Claremont serial killings trial, the officer who seized the car Bradley Edwards drove in the 90s told court of the breakthrough police had when they realised the car still existed.
The moment police found the car that prosecutors say may have been used to lure Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon to their deaths was detailed today at accused Claremont killer Bradley Edwards’ trial.
Two police officers have described how a victim’s hair was pinpointed as a potential treasure trove of trace evidence. FOLLOW OUR LIVE BLOG
On day 64 of the Claremont Serial Killings trial, two forensic police officers detailed how they painstakingly sifted through Jane Rimmer’s hair mass 13 years after her post-mortem.
Two forensic police officers told the Claremont serial killer trial they inspected Jane Rimmer’s formerly frozen hair to find a handful of fibres prosecutors say link her to Bradley Robert Edwards.
Our justice system is an essential service so the trial of alleged Claremont serial killer Bradley Robert Edwards resumes today. FOLLOW OUR LIVE BLOG.
Despite the coronavirus outbreak, the judge presiding over the Claremont Serial Killings trial, Justice Hall effectively told the court on day 63 that the trial must go on.
The judge presiding over the Claremont serial killings trial says the court will do everything it can to ensure the case proceeds in light of a national shutdown of businesses due to the coronavirus.
On day 62, former forensic police officer Victor Webb gave evidence and told the court knives owned by the prime suspect at the time - Lance Williams’ - were sent to the FBI.
The recruitment of the FBI into the search for the Claremont serial killer was detailed for the first time in public today — including the examination of exhibits from the house of Lance Williams.
WA Police sent numerous items collected from former suspect Lance Williams to the FBI for testing including a knife seized at his home. FOLLOW OUR CLAREMONT LIVE BLOG.
On day 61, a former forensic officer told the court police were so desperate for clues they sent hair masses of the victims to the FBI’s expert hair analysts - world leaders in fibre analysis.
The judge presiding over the Claremont serial killings trial has given the State the green light to limit the number of days court sits because of the current health crisis. FOLLOW OUR LIVE BLOG
After a 10-day break, WA’s trial of the century resumed with the beginning of the fibre evidence potion of the trial and why it - like the DNA evidence - is crucial to the prosecution’s case.
Photographs of the hair of Jane Rimmer have been shown in court, as the trial of accused Claremont serial killer Bradley Edwards resumed this morning amid strict new COVID-19 court protocols.
For the first time throughout this trial, photographs of the hair belonging to one of the Claremont murder victims was shown to court. FOLLOW ALL THE PROCEEDINGS LIVE.
Now the DNA portion of the trial is over and before we delve into the world of fibre evidence, the Claremont in Conversation team have gathered all of the DNA evidence which is crucial to the case.
Despite restaurants and pubs closing, and events being cancelled, WA’s trial of the century will still be going ahead - a decision that shocked even the Claremont in Conversation team.
The Claremont serial killer trial will continue despite the global Coronavirus crisis – with extraordinary measures ensuring WA’s trial of the century goes on.
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