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How Detective Sergeant Leane’s failure to act affected the inquest outcome.

Motive

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A phone call from Paul Lawson

.. who maintains a strong interest in the case

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It’s far too easy to criticise the police work in the Somerton Body Case

SAPOL were quick on their feet and not afraid to break new investigative ground in their pursuit of a result.

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Unanswered matters relevant to the Somerton Body Case

In detail

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Why did Detective Sergeant Leane take 51 days to release news of finding the Tamam Shud slip?

Follow the headlines

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About Paul Lawson

His life's wild ride.

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PC Moss’ only newspaper interview tells a different story.

"Although there was half a packet of cigarettes in one of his pockets, he didn’t have a match on him."

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What did Paul Lawson overhear being discussed by detectives in the morgue?

Was it a mention of Jessica Harkness?

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1. Paul Lawson’s tender ground.

Littlemore knew

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Was The Somerton Man an Artisan ?

.. with a nod to ballet

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Detective Sergeant Leane’s Case Workload

For the record

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The 23 doubts that surround the Somerton Man Case.

It is not known .....

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Was the Somerton Man a Prospector .. ?

Codes and place names. Motive.

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DNA, mtDNA, genealogy,mass spectroscopy and nuclear related matters. Byron Deveson.

Comments by Byron Deveson and a word from Derek Abbott.

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Was the Somerton Man a Dancer ?

Ten indicators

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The Somerton Man and what may have ailed him. Byron Deveson, lifted from Cipher Mysteries.

One thousand one hundred and sixty words ... all technical.

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The man seen alive in the evening was not the man found dead in the morning

Believe it.

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37 A ballet summary in pictures

Suntans, wedged feet and ballet make-up

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25 What was he poisoned with? Cowan, Hicks and Cleland.

Remarks by James Cowan, Professor Sir Stanton Hicks and Coroner Cleland

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23 Where did he die? Cleland, Cleland and Hicks.

Remarks by Coroner Cleland, Professor Cleland, Professor Sir Stanton Hicks, Detective Sergeant Don O'Doherty.

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