EXPOSED: The Case of Keli Lane

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EXPOSED: The Case of Keli Lane




Sex. Murder. Secrets. Lies. In this gripping three-part television event, Walkley Award-winning journalist Caro Meldrum-Hanna, assisted by investigative reporter Elise Worthington, investigates one of Australia’s most notorious crimes: the disappearance of two-day old Tegan Lane and the conviction of her mother Keli Lane for her murder. In December 2010, Keli Lane was found guilty and sentenced to a minimum of 13-years imprisonment. During the entirely circumstantial case, the prosecution argued Keli killed Tegan because the newborn would interfere with her goal of playing water polo for Australia at the 2000 Olympic Games. Over the years Keli has steadfastly maintained her innocence, sticking to her story that after concealing her pregnancy from everybody, she had given Tegan to the baby’s father – a man named Andrew Norris, who has never been found. Now, 22-years after Tegan first vanished, Caro reveals the real story.


Sue Spencer
Jaya Balendra
Caro Meldrum-Hanna
Caro Meldrum-HannaJaya Balendra
Australian Broadcasting Corporation