Daniel Morcombe의 살인 - Murder of Daniel Morcombe

Daniel Morcombe의 살인
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다니엘 모컴
데이트 2003 년 12 월 7 일 (2003-12-07)
위치 Queensland
, Woombye, Nambour Connection Road 에서 납치 됨 퀸즈랜드, Kings Road Glass House Mountains 510
근처에서 발견 된 유적

좌표 26 ° 40'1.5는 "S E 152 ° 58'38.5"  /  26.667083 ° S 152.977361 ° E / -26.667083; 152.977361 좌표: 26 ° 40'1.5 "S 152 ° 58'38.5"E  /  26.667083 ° S 152.977361 ° E를 / -26.667083; 152.977361
결과 고인
유죄 판결 브렛 피터 코완
요금 살인
자유의 박탈
아동 절도
16 세 미만 아동에
대한 추행 시신 방해
평결 유죄 [1]
출판 금지 부모의 요청에 따라 해제 됨 [2]
웹 사이트 www .danielmorcombefoundation .com .au

다니엘 제임스 Morcombe (1989 12월 19일 - (7) 2003 년 12 월)으로부터 납치 된 호주이었다 선샤인 코스트 , 퀸즐랜드 그는 13 세 때 12월 2003 7. 여덟 년 후, 브렛 피터 코완은 (출생 1969년 9월 18일는) [3] 전 선샤인 코스트 주민, Morcombe의 살인 혐의로 기소했다. 같은 달 DNA 검사 결과 Glass House Mountains의가 Morcombe의 것으로 확인되었습니다 . 2014 년 3 월 13 일, Cowan은 살인 혐의로 유죄 판결을 받고 [1] 아동을 음란하게 다루고 시체를 간섭 한 혐의 로 종신형을 선고 받았습니다 .

소실

Morcombe는 2003 년 12 월 7 일 일요일에 Big Pineapple 에서 북쪽으로 약 2km (1.2 마일) 떨어진 Sunshine Coast Woombye 지역에 있는 Kiel Mountain Road 육교 아래의 비공식 버스 정류장에서 납치되었습니다 . [4] [5] 목격자들은 고가 아래에서 오후 2시 10 분경 Morcombe. Morcombe 는 이발을 위해 선샤인 플라자 쇼핑 센터로가는 오후 1시 35 분 버스를 타고 크리스마스 선물을 사기로 계획했지만 버스가 고장났습니다. [6] 결국 대체 버스가 도착했을 때 일정이 늦었고 정류장이 비공식적 이었기 때문에 정차하지 않았습니다. [4] 운전사는 다른 버스가 Morcombe를 데리러 갈 수 있도록 창고에 무선으로 라디오를 들였습니다.[6] 운전사와 다른 증인들은 나중에 Morcombe 근처에서 두 남자를 목격했다고보고했습니다. 3 분 후 두 번째 버스가 도착했을 때 Morcombe와 부하들은 사라졌습니다. [7]

조사

Morcombe의 실종은 퀸즐랜드 역사상 가장 광범위하게 조사 된 범죄 중 하나였습니다. [8] 2008 년 12 월 12 일 까지 정부로부터 A $ 250,000와 개인적으로 기부 된 A $ 75 만의 보상 이 제공되었습니다.

개인 보상은 2009 년 5 월 31 일 자정에 만료되었습니다. 그날 Seven Network 는 알려진 소아 성애 자 Douglas Jackway가 경찰의 관심을 끌 수 있다고보고했습니다 . Jackway는 Morcombe가 실종되기 한 달 전에 감옥에서 풀려났습니다. [9] 퀸스랜드 정부는 Jackway의 석방에 대해 비판을 받았습니다. 독립 퀸즐랜드 하원 의원 Peter Wellington대법원 이 Jackway의 재범 위험에 대한 명확한 증거를 제시 했다고 주장했습니다 . [10] 이러한 홍보는 시민 자유 단체가 언론 매체가 형사 사건과 관련된 사람들의 이름을 지정하는 것을 금지하는 법률을 요구 하도록 촉발 했습니다.

Earlier in the month a full-size clay model of the man believed to be involved in Morcombe's abduction was placed at the spot where he disappeared. Within a few days more than 300 tips were received.[11]

In July 2009, Morcombe's parents called for a coronial inquest into his disappearance.[12] Of particular interest to the family were several criminals who had told police they knew who killed Morcombe. A coronial inquest was held between October 2010 and April 2011. The inquest called as witnesses the bus driver who had failed to stop for Morcombe at the overpass, a woman who had seen a man loitering near Morcombe, and several persons of interest.[13]

On 13 August 2011, after an extensive Mr. Big police operation, police took Brett Peter Cowan into custody and charged him with Morcombe's murder, child stealing, deprivation of liberty, indecent treatment of a child under 16, interfering with a corpse, and other offences after having led undercover detectives to Morcombe's remains. In 2006, Cowan had been interviewed over the Morcombe case and had admitted to police that he travelled along Kiel Mountain Road, on his way to purchase marijuana from a drug dealer, on the day of the disappearance.[14][15] Cowan confessed to having seen and approached Morcombe to offer him a lift to the shopping centre,[16][17] having parked his car in a nearby car-park of the church he attended.[4]

Around this time, a white Mitsubishi Pajero was seized from a property on Russell Island. The vehicle was believed to have been involved in Morcombe's abduction after a witness at the coronial inquest reported seeing a vehicle of similar description parked 100 metres (330 ft) north of the site where Morcombe was last seen.[18]

Remains found

On 21 August 2011, two shoes and three human bones were found at a search site at Glass House Mountains.[19] The shoes were similar to the ones that Morcombe was wearing when he disappeared.[20] Underpants and a belt were also found. However, Morcombe also owned a distinctive fob style pocket watch with "Dan" engraved on it, which has not been found.[7] By the end of the investigation, seventeen bones had been found, including a rib, hip, leg, arm and vertebrae. They were all confirmed as belonging to Morcombe using DNA from his toothbrush to make the match.[21] As a result of the find, Morcombe's funeral was held at Siena Catholic College on 7 December 2012. More than 2000 people attended it.[22]

Trial

On 7 February 2014, Cowan was ordered to stand trial.[23] He was charged with murder, indecently dealing with a child under the age of 16 and improperly dealing with a corpse.[23] The trial, at the Supreme Court of Queensland, began on 10 February 2014[23] under Justice Roslyn Atkinson.[24] The prosecution closed its case on 7 March. 116 witnesses gave evidence and over 200 exhibits were tendered in evidence.[24] Cowan pleaded not guilty and declined to give evidence.[24]

On 13 March 2014, Cowan was found guilty of all charges.[1] Cowan had two previous convictions for child sex offences.[25] On 14 March 2014, he was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 20 years. He was also sentenced to three-and-a-half years' imprisonment for indecently dealing with Morcombe and two years for interfering with his corpse, those sentences to be served concurrently. Judge Roslyn Atkinson said "I don't think you should be released in 20 years' time" which could affect Cowan's prison term.[26] Cowan appealed his sentence to the Queensland Court of Appeal, under Justice Margaret McMurdo, 그의 신념을 뒤집으려고합니다. 그의 법무 팀은 "... 경찰의 비밀 침투를 통해 도출 된 자백은 재판에서 증거로 인정되지 않는다"고 주장했다. 2015 년 5 월 21 일 코완의 항소가 기각되었습니다. 전 퀸즐랜드 법무 장관 Jarrod Bleijie 는 Cowan의 최소 형량 20 년을 인상 해달라고 호소했습니다. 이것은 또한 기각되었습니다. [27]

타격

Daniel Morcombe 재단

The Morcombe family started the "Daniel Morcombe Foundation",[28] and put its resources into keeping Morcombe's disappearance in the public eye and trying to find out what happened to their son. The foundation is committed to educating children about personal safety and to raising awareness throughout Australia of the dangers of predatory criminals. These efforts are supported by the Australian media, especially on each anniversary of Morcombe's disappearance when a "Day for Daniel" is held to promote awareness of the vulnerability of children. An accompanying event is the "Ride for Daniel", which covers 50 km of the Sunshine Coast, held each year since 2005.[29]

In 2015, Bruce Morcombe spoke to the family of another missing child, William Tyrrell, and warned them that psychics would descend on them with "bizarre and offbeat ... distracting information". He called it distressing and said that although they received hundreds of leads telling them that there was a "shed or a water tank", none were of any help, but still couldn't be ignored in case they included a "disguised confession". Capturing data from CCTV and ATM cameras was more helpful, as once the police have a person of interest it may help disprove an alibi. Morcombe's advice was to "remain positive, that's all you can do, the police will be working hard, they want to solve it as well".[30]

Media

Morcombe's murder was the focus of the Crime Investigation Australia season 1 episode "Tears for Daniel"[31] aired in 2005. A film based on Morcombe's murder, titled Where is Daniel?, was planned. Directed by Peter Cousens and cinematography by Dean Cundey. [32] On 2 July 2017, the case was covered by Casefile True Crime Podcast.[4]

See also

References

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