Twenty nine years ago, three children were killed within six months of each other, all last seen on the same road in the rural town of Bowraville in New South Wales. Police conducted what have been described as sloppy investigations and there are the fingerprints of racism all over the case. The children are Aboriginal. The one person connected to all three crimes is white, but has not been convicted.
Journalist Dan Box investigates the failings in Bowraville and the quest for justice for the families.