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Breaker Morant – The definitive Study, Criminal or Scapegoat?

Work is progressing steadily to complete and publish a book on the life and death of Breaker Morant and his two comrades, Lieutenants Peter Handcock and George Witton.  This enthralling book will expose the conspiracy that has prevented justice being … Continue reading

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Prominent Community Leaders, MPs and Senior Legal Counsel Call for Justice

 In 2013, the documentary, ”Breaker Morant the Re Trial” was made for Foxtel’s History channel.  Notwithstanding the success of the film, it became a defining moment in the history of the case for a judicial inquiry.  James Unkles had the … Continue reading

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A Literary Breakthrough – ”Breaker” Morant – The Retrial

After decades of controversy surrounding the case of Australians, Lieutenants ”Breaker” Harry Morant, Peter Handcock and George Witton tried by the British military for war crimes in the Boer War, 1902, an exciting and compelling book backed by the resources … Continue reading

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The “Breaker” to Get His Day in Court – The Documentary

Following a Screen Australia board meeting, Sydney independent production company, Film Projects, is proud to announce that their documentary series entitled Breaker Morant – The Re-Trial is now in pre-production. The 2 x 60 mins series tells the … Continue reading

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A Blow For The ‘Breaker’ But Not Dead And Buried!!

This Press Release summarises the decision of the Australian Government Not To Support the case for pardons The Rule of Law and ‘Breaker’’ Morant Compromised !! The decision of the Australian Attorney-General, Nicola Roxon, not to proceed with either an … Continue reading

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Sir Isaac Isaacs, KC, MP, & The Australian Natives Association & the connection with the legal defence of Lieutenant George Witton

Sir Isaacs Isaacs, The Australian Natives Association and George Witton Boer war historians who have researched the conduct of three Australian volunteers, Lieutenants Morant, Handcock and Witton, and their trials and sentences may have overlooked the significance of Australian jurist … Continue reading

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