For the DPP to reverse its decision of not prosecuting in the Lynette Dawson case
- The Department of Public Prosecutions
On Saturday January 9, 1982, Lynette Dawson of Bayview, devoted mother of 2 young children, disappeared.
Two State Coroners determined that Lyn is dead, and that a “known person has committed an indictable offence”. However, the Dept. of Public Prosecutions (DPP) chose not to prosecute the known person, against the advice of the two Coroners.
28 years later Lyn’s body has still not been found, and her family are still looking for justice for Lyn. Please sign the petition to show your support in the pursuit of justice for Lyn and her family. We are asking for the DPP to reverse their decision.
Thank you for your interest and support,
The family and friends of Lynette Dawson
We, the undersigned, in the interest of justice for Lynette Dawson nee Simms, who disappeared Saturday 9/1/1982, request that the Department of Public Prosecutions re-examine their decision not to proceed with the prosecution against a “known person who had committed an indictable offence” as found by two State Coroners.
The For the DPP to reverse its decision of not prosecuting in the Lynette Dawson case petition to The Department of Public Prosecutions was written by Pauline Jenkins and is in the category Justice at GoPetition.