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WA HAYLEY DODD: Murdered in Western Australia - 1990 *ARREST**GUILTY*

Discussion in 'Australia: Cold Cases' started by MissyMoo, May 25, 2015.

  1. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

  2. Lily

    Lily Bronze Member

    ^ from link above

    Fantastic news!
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  3. Lily

    Lily Bronze Member

    They've been after Wark for YEARS for Hayley's murder. So they must've finally gathered enough solid evidence to make a good case in court. This is just the best possible news. I hope Hayley's family get a modicum of peace from this.

    Some old reports on Wark:


    warning - graphic crime details

  4. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

    Good links thanks. Some interesting comments in the timeline article.
    She was a lovely looking child, typically Aussie too with the sun freckles.
    Maybe the family will finally get some answers.
  5. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

  6. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    She looks so sweet. I have to upload her picture.

    hayley dodd.jpg
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  7. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

    I hope WAPOL can find Hayleys body to bring home to her mum finally.
    Hopefully Wark slips up and leads them to her soon.
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  8. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I do wish that once these perps are sentenced, they would let the family know what they did with their remains. It doesn't happen very often, however.

  9. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member


    Me too Kimster, its gotta be a sick power thing in their sick heads.

    Mrs Dodd is petitioning a no body no parole law, see above link.

    Things have to start changing in Australia.
    We are not feeling the justice from our justice laws.
  10. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    We aren't here either, @MissyMoo . I don't understand why people who cry out for the rights of the accused don't understand that by letting them back into society, they are allowing them to prey on innocent victims again, thus taking away their rights?????
  11. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

  12. MarlyWings

    MarlyWings Retired Staff

    'No body, no parole' legislation sparked by petition from missing teen's parents

    Sun 14 Feb 2016, 5:28pm

    Killers who refuse to help police find the remains of their victims could be denied parole under legislation set to be introduced to State Parliament by the West Australian Opposition.

    The move comes on the back of a campaign by the parents of WA teenager Hayley Dodd, who disappeared nearly two decades ago, calling for 'no body, no parole' laws to be introduced.

    If the proposed laws were enacted, it would mean a convicted murderer would not be eligible for parole unless the Prisoner Review Board was satisfied the person had co-operated with police to locate victims' remains.

    Labor will give notice of its plans to introduce the legislation in State Parliament this week, but will need the support of the Government for it to proceed.

    "If you are convicted of murder and you have not revealed the whereabouts of the victim, you will be cemented into that prison forever," Mr Quigley said.

    "We are sick of people suffering interminably ... the community is revolted by the fact."

    A similar measure is already in place in South Australia after being introduced last year, and there are calls for its introduction in Queensland.

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  13. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    This is great news! I hope this catches fire in the United States too!
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  14. fox68

    fox68 Member

    I know this is great news, but from what I have seen on the news, Wark has not owned up to anything, (they never do, because its all about control). I hope I don't get kicked off for writing this, but maybe torture them, and then they will own up, violence is the only thing they understand, so for them to think they are going to suffer horribly, just might work. Ted Bundy owned up to the Murders he committed, just before his execution, (the last ever I believe), stating he had committed 30 murders, but never owned up to the location of the bodies.
    Ted is one of the few Serial Killers that have admitted guilt to murder, and that was in his final hours before death.
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    spike Bronze Member


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  16. fox68

    fox68 Member

    Happy to meet you too Spike, thanks for the warm welcome!! Look forward to pondering over these cases. We have one at the moment needing to be solved in WA, a guy bashing women over the head and then demanding their bags and phones!! I know who it is, but more about this later.
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  19. TripleA

    TripleA Zoo Keeper

    I hope that Hayley and her family get some justice!
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  20. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    The earring matched a drawing made by a friend of the teenager of those she was believed to have been wearing when she vanished.

    Police found it lodged in a car seat cover in the ute Mr Wark had borrowed from his housemate, convicted paedophile John McConnell, to go shopping in Moora the day Hayley went missing.

    They seized the vehicle about a week after the teenager vanished, and the earring’s hook was bent out of shape, which Ms Burrows said was evidence of it being forcibly removed.

    A hair found in the vehicle at the same time was forensically examined and produced a mitochondrial DNA profile, which Ms Burrows said was consistent with Hayley and her mother, Margaret.


    Do they have incentives to get them to say where they put the victim's body during sentencing? That is, if he's found guilty.
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