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  1. #16
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    "A convicted murderer and former teacher has been found guilty of murdering Adelaide schoolgirl Louise Bell more than 30 years ago.

    Dieter Pfennig, 68, was found guilty beyond reasonable doubt on Friday over one of South Australia's most enduring cold cases.

    Louise was just 10-years-old when was abducted through her bedroom window in Hackham West in January 1983.

    Her body has never been found."

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4PfyNaCkr

  2. #17
    Now he has no reason to hold back - he needs to tell the truth, where are their bodies

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    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-11-1...e-bell/8016286

    Justice Michael David announced his guilty verdict to a packed public gallery full of family members, detectives and others.
    He said in court that he wanted to "bring this whole ghastly thing to an end".
    "I'm going to say something that's quite unusual, but I've thought a lot about it.
    "During this period of time, between now and the sixth [of December], I say to your client through you: If he could tell the authorities where the bodies of Michael Black and Louise Bell are then that may or may not affect my sentence."
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  4. #19
    Finally solved... I lived about 2 km from where this happy, scared the **** out of me. RIP Louise.

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    Video: Child murderer using tax funds for appeal

    'Victims groups have slammed a move by child murderer Dieter Pfennig to challenge his conviction at taxpayers' expense. He wants legal aid to fund his appeal, but critics say the money should be given to his victims' families instead. Mark Mooney reports.'
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    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-12-0...parole/8095906

    Louise Bell trial: Dieter Pfennig sentenced to 35 years prison for the 1983 murder of Adelaide schoolgirl

    Dieter Pfennig will remain in a prison cell for the rest of his life after he was sentenced to 35 years without parole for the murder of 10-year-old Adelaide schoolgirl Louise Bell in 1983.
    Added to Pfennig's previous sentence for an unrelated murder, it makes a combined total of 60 years in prison without being eligible for parole.
    Last edited by symbah; 12-06-2016 at 12:26 AM.
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    Louise Bell murder: Dieter Pfennig's lawyer puts forward Salt Creek attacker connection
    ABC News
    BY COURT REPORTER REBECCA OPIE
    UPDATED ABOUT 2 HOURS AGO (as at 14:56 AEST 15 September 2017)

    'The Court of Criminal Appeal has heard claims the man convicted over the Salt Creek backpacker attacks could be connected to the murder of Adelaide schoolgirl Louise Bell in 1983.

    Former school teacher Dieter Pfennig, now aged 69, was charged with Louise's murder in 2013 after advances in DNA technology linked him to the 10-year-old's pyjama top which was found on a neighbour's property.

    On Friday Pfenning's counsel Paul Charman said they wanted access to the DNA profile of Roman Heinze, 61, who was jailed over a brutal attack on two foreign backpackers earlier this year.'

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    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-0...t-told/8948742

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    Louise Bell murder case: Guilty verdict 'unsafe and unsatisfactory', defence lawyer says
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    BY COURT REPORTER CANDICE PROSSER
    UPDATED 58 MINUTES AGO (as at 16.35 AEDT 15 November 2017)

    ‘A man convicted of murdering Adelaide schoolgirl Louise Bell, who was abducted from her bedroom in 1983, has argued on appeal that the guilty verdict was "unsafe and unsatisfactory" because forensic evidence cannot prove how his DNA got on her pyjama top.’

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    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-1...idence/9153100
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