Jury strug­gles

Townsville Bulletin - - Inside Today -

JU­RORS say they will never be able to reach a unan­i­mous ver­dict in the mur­der trial of a man who threw his four-year-old daugh­ter off Mel­bourne’s West Gate Bridge. Jus­tice Paul Cogh­lan urged the jury to con­tinue try­ing to reach a ver­dict in the case of Arthur Phillip Free­man, who flung his daugh­ter Darcey from the bridge in 2009. The ju­rors go into a fifth day of de­lib­er­a­tions to­day. Yes­ter­day they told Jus­tice Cogh­lan they could not come to a unan­i­mous de­ci­sion.

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