Ten Years by Roseanne Catt
This book is available at all good book stores including Dymocks, Target and Big W.
Why not purchase one as a gift
and get the message out?
Roseanne Catt is the victim of the one
of the greatest miscarriages of justice
in Australian criminal history.
She has spent ten long years in prison,
falsely charged with attempting to
murder her husband, Barry Catt, on
charges trumped up by him and his
friend, a disgraced former policeman
who was responsible for laying the
charges and overseeing the investigation.
A growing public outcry saw her
released on special bail in 2001.
Since then Roseanne's extraordinary
case has been the subject of an 18-
month judicial inquiry, resulting in a
damning report delivered to the
Court of Criminal Appeal in late 2004.
This is the shocking true story of how an innocent woman came to be the longest-serving female prisoner in New
South Wales, and of her long fight for justice.
It's a story of corruption and brutality - both inside and outside of jail - that will horrify and outrage,
and it's a story of Roseanne's courage and grace that will uplift and inspire.