Corrections 'have blood on their hands'

  • 21/05/2016
Corrections 'have blood on their hands'

Two years ago Blessie Gotingco was abducted, raped, and murdered by a recently-released child sex offender, Tony Robertson.

He was being monitored by the Department of Corrections as part of his release conditions at the time, but this week the Department was cleared of any responsibility for her death.

Lisa Owen talks to Blessie's widower Antonio Gotingco for the first time about his childhood sweetheart, what he thinks of the man who killed her, and his campaign to sue the Department.

Watch the video for the full interview.

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