23 Jun 2015

Livingstone case: Coroners report shows red flags

From Nine To Noon, 9:07 am on 23 June 2015

The chief coroner, Deborah Marshall, has criticised the police in Dunedin for missing a series of signs that Edward Livingstone was a risk. Livingstone killed his two children, Bradley and Ellen, and himself. The red flags included ignoring the fact that he'd given his children spent rifle casings during one supervised visit and had breached protection orders. Anne Stevens is the lawyer for Livingstone's former wife, Katharine Webb. Superintendant Andrew Coster, is the Southern Police Commander