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Australian Story S24E15 WEB x264-FLX EZTV

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Australian Story
Australian Story TV Show S24E15

Season: 24
Episode: 15
Air Date: 3 June, 2019
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Torrent File: australian.story.s24e15.web.x264-flx[eztv].mkv
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Filesize: 261.59 MB
Released: 3rd Jun 2019

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Australian Story S24E15 - Lady Justice

Summary:

Introduced by Wentworth actor Leah Purcell

This week's story tracks the fall and rise of Debbie Kilroy — from high security women's prisoner to high-profile crusading lawyer.

Debbie was sentenced to six years for drug trafficking. She began university studies in jail and made history when she became the first woman with a serious conviction to be admitted as ‘a fit and proper person' to the bar of Queensland.

Earlier this year, Debbie mounted a spur-of-the-moment crowd-funding campaign to pay off the court debts of Indigenous women incarcerated in Western Australia for defaulting on fines.

The campaign raised over $400,000 and has led to the release of 11 women from prison.



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Show: Australian Story
Title: Lady Justice
Season: 24
Episode: 15
Type: Documentary
Publisher: ABC
Size: 270M (282634745 B)
Files: 6F
Date: 06/04/2019
Airdate: 2019-06-03
Duration: 30 min 25 s
Source: Web
Encoding: x264
Bitrate: 1 072 kb/s
Audio Format: Advanced Audio Codec

Comments:
<b>Introduced by Wentworth actor Leah Purcell</b>This week's
story tracks the fall and rise of Debbie Kilroy from high
security women's prisoner to high-profile crusading
lawyer.Debbie was sentenced to six years for drug
trafficking. She began university studies in jail and made
history when she became the first woman with a serious
conviction to be admitted as a fit and proper person' to the bar of
Queensland.Earlier this year, Debbie mounted a
spur-of-the-moment crowd-funding campaign to pay off the court
debts of Indigenous women incarcerated in Western Australia for
defaulting on fines.The campaign raised over $400,000 and has led to
the release of 11 women from prison
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