Film probes Chappell death

Written By miftah nugraha on Sabtu, 06 Juli 2013 | 19.55

A NEW 90-minute special investigation into the murder of Bob Chappell will screen on Foxtel later this month.

The documentary, produced by filmmaker and psychologist Eve Ash, is called Shadow of Doubt and digs into the evidence and witnesses that formed the case that resulted in the jailing of Susan Neill-Fraser for her partner's murder.

The special presentation includes interviews with Neill-Fraser's family, which is continuing to fight to prove her innocence, solicitor Barbara Etter, and a member of Tasmania Police.

Chappell was last seen alive on January 26, 2009, when he was working on the couple's yacht, moored at Sandy Bay.

The next morning, the yacht was found sabotaged and sinking. A small amount of fresh blood was found, but there was no sign of Chappell.

Neill-Fraser always maintained her innocence but was nonetheless convicted of Chappell's murder, the first time someone in Tasmania has been jailed for murder with no witnesses to the crime, no weapon, no forensic directly linking her to the crime, and no body.

Neill-Fraser is four years into her 23-year jail term.

The documentary, Shadow of Doubt, premieres on Foxtel's CI Channel (Crime and Investigation) on Monday, July 29 at 7.30pm.

timothy.martain@news.com.au


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