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No one deserves the torment Ingrid Bishop has suffered in the last six years. It started when her son Josh Warneke, 21, was attacked and killed after a night out in Broome. But what compounded this mother’s trauma was the incompetence of the West Australian police. They bungled their investigation for two and a half years before they finally arrested a suspect. Gene Gibson is now in prison for killing Josh Warneke but Ingrid is convinced the evidence against him is so flawed, the police got the wrong man. She’s so sure Gibson didn’t kill her son that she’s now fighting to have him released. But if it wasn’t Gene Gibson, then who killed Josh Warneke?
Reporter: Liam Bartlett
Producer: Ali Smith

It’s not always the case with sports stars, but the hype that goes with the mere mention of Anna Meares is completely justified. Eleven world championships make her the greatest female track cyclist in history. Happily for Australia, but unfortunately for her competitors, she’s not finished yet. Anna’s hard at work preparing for Rio, her fourth Olympic Games. But as you’ll see in our report her exhausting, and exhaustive, training schedule is also a distraction from sadness on the home front: the bust-up of her marriage.
Reporter: Peter Stefanovic
Producer: Rebecca Le Tourneau

Krystal Barter was perfectly healthy when seven years ago she decided to have both her breasts surgically removed at the age of 25. She took the drastic action because her family history meant there was a strong chance she would develop breast cancer later in life. It was a traumatic time but since then Krystal has bravely campaigned to educate women all over the world about this cruel genetic curse. Now there’s someone else she needs to save – her own daughter.
Reporter: Michael Usher
Producer: Alice Dalley

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