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The Age
Tyrell Cobb case not a 'whodunnit': judgeof Tyrell's death would never be known, while also claiming the circumstantial
The Age / Posted yesterday
of Tyrell's death would never be known, while also claiming the circumstantial case against Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown was stronger than that against the boy's mother. But Justice Peter Applegarth told the court the case was not... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tyrell Cobb case not a 'whodunnit': judgeof Tyrell's death would never be known, while also claiming the circumstantial
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
of Tyrell's death would never be known, while also claiming the circumstantial case against Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown was stronger than that against the boy's mother. But Justice Peter Applegarth told the court the case was not... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mother told 'clear lies' to conceal where she was when her son died: courtfrom police she had left her home to obtain cannabis on the night Tyrell died.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
from police she had left her home to obtain cannabis on the night Tyrell died. Meanwhile, he said Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown - a key witness in the prosecution's case - had been "frank and unguarded" in his testimony about the child's... Read more
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The Age
Mother told 'clear lies' to conceal where she was when her son died: courtfrom police she had left her home to obtain cannabis on the night Tyrell died.
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
from police she had left her home to obtain cannabis on the night Tyrell died. Meanwhile, he said Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown - a key witness in the prosecution's case - had been "frank and unguarded" in his testimony about the child's... Read more
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Perth Now
For Tyrell: Pledge to appeal kill sentenceTHE LNP will seek to appeal child killer Matthew Scown’s light sentence if it w
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
THE LNP will seek to appeal child killer Matthew Scown’s light sentence if it wins ­government. Shadow attorney-general Ian Walker said the sentence of just four years’ jail for the manslaughter of Scown’s four-year-old stepson Tyrell Cobb did not... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Tyrell’s dad breaks door leaving courta separate occasion, the court heard Tyrell appeared to fall quiet before telli
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
a separate occasion, the court heard Tyrell appeared to fall quiet before telling his father Strbak’s then-partner Matthew Scown “keeps hitting my head”. When he spoke to Strbak about his son’s allegation, Mr Cobb said she told him the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
For Tyrell: Pledge to appeal kill sentenceTHE LNP will seek to appeal child killer Matthew Scown’s light sentence if it w
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
THE LNP will seek to appeal child killer Matthew Scown’s light sentence if it wins ­government. Shadow attorney-general Ian Walker said the sentence of just four years’ jail for the manslaughter of Scown’s four-year-old stepson Tyrell Cobb did not... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Toddler Tyrell Cobb told his uncle about alleged punchCourt his nephew told him shortly before he died on May 24, 2009 he'd been punc
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Court his nephew told him shortly before he died on May 24, 2009 he'd been punched in the stomach by Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown. Mr Allan said he couldn't recall if Scown was in the home at the time of his conversation with the little... Read more
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The Age
Toddler Tyrell Cobb told his uncle about alleged punchCourt his nephew told him shortly before he died on May 24, 2009 he'd been punc
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
Court his nephew told him shortly before he died on May 24, 2009 he'd been punched in the stomach by Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown. Mr Allan said he couldn't recall if Scown was in the home at the time of his conversation with the little... Read more
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News.com.au
A-G attacked over Scown appeal decisionParty has criticised the attorney-general's decision not to appeal the manslaug
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
Party has criticised the attorney-general's decision not to appeal the manslaughter sentence of Tyrell Cobb's stepfather Matthew Scown. Shadow Attorney-General Ian Walker said the party did not believe his four-year sentence for the manslaughter... Read more
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The Age
No appeal smiling Scown but A-G fights Miller killer verdictThe Attorney-General has decided not to appeal the verdict of Matthew Scown's c
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
The Attorney-General has decided not to appeal the verdict of Matthew Scown's case, the man who walked free from a Brisbane court smiling and laughing after serving two years and eight months for the manslaughter of his four-year-old... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
No appeal smiling Scown but A-G fights Miller killer verdictThe Attorney-General has decided not to appeal the verdict of Matthew Scown's c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
The Attorney-General has decided not to appeal the verdict of Matthew Scown's case, the man who walked free from a Brisbane court smiling and laughing after serving two years and eight months for the manslaughter of his four-year-old... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Tyrell's father testifies, damages doora separate occasion, the court heard Tyrell appeared to fall quiet before telli
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
a separate occasion, the court heard Tyrell appeared to fall quiet before telling his father Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown "keeps hitting my head". When he spoke to Strbak about his son's allegation, Mr Cobb said she told him the... Read more
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News.com.au
Shock as child killer gets the last laughMatthew Scown leaves the Supreme Court in Brisbane on October 11. Picture: Dave
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
Matthew Scown leaves the Supreme Court in Brisbane on October 11. Picture: Dave Hunt/AAP Source:AAP A CALLOUS child killer who walked out of court laughing will not serve a single extra day in jail after Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath decided not to... Read more
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The Age
Tyrell Cobb's mother couldn't 'handle' him, court toldsaid. "You can suggest what you want," Mr Cobb replied. The court also heard
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
said. "You can suggest what you want," Mr Cobb replied. The court also heard Tyrell told his father Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown kept hitting his head. But Mr Cobb said Strbak told him the child was "just making it up" when he spoke to her... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tyrell Cobb's mother couldn't 'handle' him, court toldsaid. "You can suggest what you want," Mr Cobb replied. The court also heard
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
said. "You can suggest what you want," Mr Cobb replied. The court also heard Tyrell told his father Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown kept hitting his head. But Mr Cobb said Strbak told him the child was "just making it up" when he spoke to her... Read more
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Weekly Times
Mum couldn't 'handle' Cobb: court toldsaid. "You can suggest what you want," Mr Cobb replied. The court also heard
Weekly Times / Posted 9 days ago
said. "You can suggest what you want," Mr Cobb replied. The court also heard Tyrell told his father Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown kept hitting his head. But Mr Cobb said Strbak told him the child was "just making it up" when he spoke to her... Read more
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Perth Now
Mum couldn't 'handle' Cobb: court toldsaid. "You can suggest what you want," Mr Cobb replied. The court also heard
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
said. "You can suggest what you want," Mr Cobb replied. The court also heard Tyrell told his father Strbak's then-partner Matthew Scown kept hitting his head. But Mr Cobb said Strbak told him the child was "just making it up" when he spoke to her... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Qld mum denies dealing son fatal blowwas the author of the blunt force trauma that caused her son's death. The cour
Sky News Australia / Posted 10 days ago
was the author of the blunt force trauma that caused her son's death. The court heard Strbak would dispute her ex-partner Matthew Scown's version of events, including allegations she slapped the little boy across the face, leaving a bruise. Scown... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tyrell's mum bruised his cheek the weekend he died, court toldthe face on the weekend he died that he sustained a bruise under his eye, a cou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
the face on the weekend he died that he sustained a bruise under his eye, a court has heard. Strbak's former partner, Matthew Scown told the Brisbane Supreme Court on Wednesday the incident occurred at the dinner table either one or two days... Read more
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The Age
Tyrell's mum bruised his cheek the weekend he died, court toldthe face on the weekend he died that he sustained a bruise under his eye, a cou
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
the face on the weekend he died that he sustained a bruise under his eye, a court has heard. Strbak's former partner, Matthew Scown told the Brisbane Supreme Court on Wednesday the incident occurred at the dinner table either one or two days... Read more
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The Age
Court shown confronting photos of Tyrell during mother's sentencingdeath. In a brief opening address, Strbak's barrister Greg McGuire said there
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
death. In a brief opening address, Strbak's barrister Greg McGuire said there were three people - Strbak, her then-partner Matthew Scown and her brother - who could have had the opportunity to cause the injury or injuries. However, all three... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Court shown confronting photos of Tyrell during mother's sentencingdeath. In a brief opening address, Strbak's barrister Greg McGuire said there
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
death. In a brief opening address, Strbak's barrister Greg McGuire said there were three people - Strbak, her then-partner Matthew Scown and her brother - who could have had the opportunity to cause the injury or injuries. However, all three... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tyrell Cobb's mother denies delivering fatal blownegligence but is contesting allegations she delivered the fatal blow which kil
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
negligence but is contesting allegations she delivered the fatal blow which killed him. Ms Strbak's former partner Matthew Scown, who was given a suspended sentence for manslaughter last month, called emergency services when the boy began... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mum won’t take blame for son’s deathprepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak’
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
prepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak’s plea comes a month after her ex-partner Matthew Scown was sentenced to four years’ jail for manslaughter but walked from court, having already spent two years and... Read more
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Perth Now
Mum won't take blame for killer blowlittle Tyrell’s death, but will dispute the allegation she struck the fatal blo
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
little Tyrell’s death, but will dispute the allegation she struck the fatal blow at a hearing next week. Her ex-partner Matthew Scown also denies fatally assaulting Tyrell and sparked controversy when he left court grinning last month on a... Read more
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Perth Now
Mum walks from court after guilty pleatrauma injury to his abdomen and had sustained about 70 injures over a period o
Perth Now / Posted 17 days ago
trauma injury to his abdomen and had sustained about 70 injures over a period of time. Strbak and her then-partner Matthew Scown were initially charged with murder, but the charges were downgraded at a committal hearing last... Read more
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Perth Now
Mum won’t take blame for son’s deathprepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak’
Perth Now / Posted 17 days ago
prepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak’s plea comes a month after her ex-partner Matthew Scown was sentenced to four years’ jail for manslaughter but walked from court, having already spent two years and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mum won't take blame for killer blowlittle Tyrell’s death, but will dispute the allegation she struck the fatal blo
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
little Tyrell’s death, but will dispute the allegation she struck the fatal blow at a hearing next week. Her ex-partner Matthew Scown also denies fatally assaulting Tyrell and sparked controversy when he left court grinning last month on a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gold Coast mother pleads guilty to son's manslaughterprepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak'
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
prepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak's plea comes a month after her ex-partner Matthew Scown was sentenced to four years' jail for manslaughter but walked from court, having already spent two years and... Read more
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The Age
Gold Coast mother pleads guilty to son's manslaughterprepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak'
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
prepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak's plea comes a month after her ex-partner Matthew Scown was sentenced to four years' jail for manslaughter but walked from court, having already spent two years and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gold Coast mother pleads guilty to son's manslaughterprepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
prepare for her three-day long contested sentencing hearing next week. Strbak's plea comes a month after her ex-partner Matthew Scown was sentenced to four years' jail for manslaughter but walked from court, having already spent two years and... Read more
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International Business Times
Australian mother pleads guilty to 4-year-old son's manslaughter eight years after her son Tyrell Cobb was found dead in 2009 at their home on G
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
eight years after her son Tyrell Cobb was found dead in 2009 at their home on Gold Coast. Strbak and her then-partner, Matthew Scown, 34, were initially charged with murder, but the charges were downgraded at a committal hearing last... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mum walks from court after guilty pleatrauma injury to his abdomen and had sustained about 70 injures over a period o
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
trauma injury to his abdomen and had sustained about 70 injures over a period of time. Strbak and her then-partner Matthew Scown were initially charged with murder, but the charges were downgraded at a committal hearing last... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mum walks from court after guilty pleaNews Man walks free despite involvement in 4-year-old's death0:36 9 NEWS: Mat
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
News Man walks free despite involvement in 4-year-old's death0:36 9 NEWS: Matthew Scown, who watched his four-year-old stepson Tyrell Cobb die in agonising pain, grinned and laughed as he walked free... Read more
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News.com.au
Mum walks from court after guilty pleaMan walks free despite involvement in 4-year-old's death0:36 9 NEWS: Matthew S
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
Man walks free despite involvement in 4-year-old's death0:36 9 NEWS: Matthew Scown, who watched his four-year-old stepson Tyrell Cobb die in agonising pain, grinned and laughed as he walked free from court. Heidi Strbak has pleaded guilty to the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Mum walks from court after guilty pleatrauma injury to his abdomen and had sustained about 70 injures over a period o
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 days ago
trauma injury to his abdomen and had sustained about 70 injures over a period of time. Strbak and her then-partner Matthew Scown were initially charged with murder, but the charges were downgraded at a committal hearing last... Read more
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News.com.au
Guilty plea: Mum delivered killer blowMan walks free despite involvement in 4-year-old's death0:36 9 NEWS: Matthew S
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
Man walks free despite involvement in 4-year-old's death0:36 9 NEWS: Matthew Scown, who watched his four-year-old stepson Tyrell Cobb die in agonising pain, grinned and laughed as he walked free from court. Heidi Strbak has pleaded guilty to the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Guilty plea: Mum delivered killer blowtrauma injury to his abdomen and had sustained about 70 injures over a period o
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 days ago
trauma injury to his abdomen and had sustained about 70 injures over a period of time. Streak and her then-partner Matthew Scown were initially charged with murder, but the charges were downgraded at a committal hearing last... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Five types of parents who killthree, and, Savannah, four (above) and filmed them dancing to Frozen before kil
The Courier Mail / Posted 25 days ago
three, and, Savannah, four (above) and filmed them dancing to Frozen before killing them.media_cameraDe facto killer Matthew Scown was convicted of the manslaughter of four-year-old Tyrell Cobb (above) who allegedly had 70 marks on his body.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Five types of parents who killthree, and, Savannah, four (above) and filmed them dancing to Frozen before kil
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
three, and, Savannah, four (above) and filmed them dancing to Frozen before killing them.media_cameraDe facto killer Matthew Scown was convicted of the manslaughter of four-year-old Tyrell Cobb (above) who allegedly had 70 marks on his body.... Read more

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