The case of one of Australia's most notorious serial killers Kathleen Folbigg has fascinated people across the world since she was accused and convicted of murdering her four young children.
But new evidence has led to 90 prominent scientists, including Nobel laureates and other leading Australian and international researchers to call for her to be pardoned and released from jail.
The Quicky speaks to one of the experts to unpack the science and examine whether rare genetic mutations could be to blame for all four deaths, and what that means for our justice system that was perhaps too keen to convict her.
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Host/Producer: Claire Murphy
Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane
Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri
Professor Carola Garcia de Vinuesa - Co-Director of the Centre for Personalised Immunology, NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in the College of Health & Medicine at the Australian National University.
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