Australian Dingo Snatching Case Reopened After 30 Years as Parents Try to Clear Their Name

Thirty years after an Australian mother uttered the cry heard round the world that a dingo had taken and killed her baby, a new inquest is reportedly under way. The infant's parents hope the new inquiry will clear their names for good. Though Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton and Michael Chamberlain were absolved of wrongdoing in 1988, some still suspect that Chamberlain-Creighton murdered their 10-week-old daughter, Azaria, during a 1980 camping trip to Ayer's Rock, now known as Uluru. A third...Full Story
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