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NSW ELIZABETH BROMFIELD: Missing from Wyong, NSW - 1 October 1985 - Age 31

Discussion in 'Australia: Missing & Unidentified' started by Scorpio, Sep 16, 2019.

  1. Scorpio

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    https://missingpersons.gov.au/search/nsw/elizabeth-bromfield

    On the 1st of October 1985, Elizabeth Bromfield was last seen in a vehicle leaving The Entrance Hotel, The Entrance NSW. Elizabeth has not been seen since, nor has she made contact with family or friends. There are grave concerns held for her welfare.

    If you have any information that may assist police in locating Elizabeth, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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    https://www.smh.com.au/national/acq...ing-murdered-woman-alive-20021228-gdg12d.html

    Acquitted pair sue for compensation, claiming murdered woman alive

    Two men who were acquitted in 1990 of murdering a woman whose body was never found will jointly apply for compensation for wrongful arrest, prosecution and imprisonment.

    Thomas William Hudson, of North Wyong, and Bradley Scott Morgan, of Melbourne, will claim in February that the prosecution came about as a result of police coercion and that the alleged victim, Elizabeth Margaret Bromfield, is not dead.

    Instead, they say, Ms Bromfield, who was 31 at the time of her disappearance in late 1984, and an informant to the now disgraced former Gosford drug unit detective Wayne Eade, is in a location known to police.

    Mr Hudson and Mr Morgan are applying for leave to make the application because it falls outside the time limit for an application of that type. Mr Morgan told the Herald he was only now putting in his statement of claim. But he had been approached by the NSW Crown Solicitor's Office about what he was going to say. "I told them to shove it," he said. "I believe I was being harassed."

    Mr Hudson has claimed he and Mr Morgan were framed by police for murder. According to the prosecution brief at the time, Mr Hudson ordered Mr Morgan to give Ms Bromfield a "hot shot" of heroin. The two were alleged to have dismembered her body with a chainsaw and buried it under the F3 freeway, where Mr Hudson was then working. According to Mr Hudson, that allowed police to achieve two objectives: to give Ms Bromfield a perfect cover for disappearing, and to "get" Mr Hudson.

    Last month the Crown Solicitor's Office inquired into the whereabouts of 17 people involved in the case.

    Two of the people the office's investigator contacted were former police officers. In his affidavit, the investigator said he had spoken to the men on October 23 and both had declined to make a statement. One had said he was retired and would prefer not to make a comment. The other had said the matter was "so old" and he would "prefer not to be involved".

    Mr Hudson told the Herald that in 1989 a group of police had coerced Mr Morgan into making a statement confessing to murdering Ms Bromfield and implicating Mr Hudson. At his trial, Mr Morgan rejected his statement and gave an alibi that he had been at Moree at the time of Ms Bromfield's disappearance.

    Mr Morgan was acquitted, but according to Mr Hudson, police "got to" Mr Morgan and told him to give evidence against Mr Hudson or he would be charged with other offences. Mr Morgan agreed to give the evidence implicating Mr Hudson.

    Mr Hudson spent nine months in custody awaiting trial, but at his trial in the NSW Supreme Court on May 15 and 16, 1990, his counsel, Winston Terracini, pointed out that the evidence Mr Morgan was giving was totally at odds with the evidence Mr Morgan had given in his own trial.

    Mr Hudson said there were other contradictions. One was that a female witness had identified the two men from police mug shots five years after she purported to have seen them just once at the Lakes Hotel, The Entrance. That occasion, September 26, 1984, is when Ms Bromfield is said to have disappeared. It placed Mr Morgan in the area at the time but was highly questionable given the feat of memory that was required. Apart from that, Mr Hudson said, he did not meet Mr Morgan till 1985. Mr Hudson said he only found out later, in a chat with a former policeman, that Ms Bromfield was alive and at a location known to police. "I made contact with police internal affairs but I was told that if I went ahead with my complaint I would be charged with creating a public mischief."

    Ms Bromfield was officially listed as a missing person in 1987. Mr Hudson started looking for her. But he found himself blocked all along the way and believes her name was removed from the missing persons list in 2000 because the media was showing an interest.

    Greg Walsh, a solicitor who is acting for Mr Hudson, said his office had been in contact with some witnesses in preparation for the application by his client and Mr Morgan.
     

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