Lynette Dawson investigation proves cold cases are never truly forgotten

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The relegation of a homicide as a cold case does not necessarily mean it is forgotten. And despite much publicised sentiment to the contrary, the same holds true for the Lynette Dawson case.

The term cold case is something of a misnomer, as at any time any small spark of new evidence can reignite the investigation and lead to the matter hopefully being solved.
Original languageEnglish
JournalABC News
Publication statusPublished - 9 Dec 2018

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Lynette Dawson investigation proves cold cases are never truly forgotten. / Goldsworthy, Terrence.

In: ABC News, 09.12.2018.

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