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AustraliaChris Dawson lands in NSW

01:30  06 december  2018
01:30  06 december  2018 Source:   9news.com.au

Teacher's Pet's Chris Dawson arrested on Gold Coast, murder charge expected

Teacher's Pet's Chris Dawson arrested on Gold Coast, murder charge expected Chris Dawson, the former husband of missing Sydney woman Lynette Dawson, has been arrested on Queensland's Gold Coast this morning. The ABC understands the former Newtown Jets rugby league player, who is at the centre of the popular Teacher's Pet podcast, will be extradited to New South Wales as soon as possible. Mr Dawson, 70, was arrested at Biggera Waters by detectives from Queensland Police Service's Homicide Squad. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Lyn Dawson disappeared from her Sydney home in 1982. He is expected to be charged with murder.

Christopher Henry Dawson FBA (12 October 1889, Hay Castle – 25 May 1970, Budleigh Salterton) was a British independent scholar, who wrote many books on cultural history and Christendom. Dawson has been called "the greatest English-speaking Catholic historian of the twentieth century".

Chris Dawson , 70, is to be charged with murdering Lynette Dawson , New South Wales ( NSW ) authorities said. Mr Dawson has denied killing Mrs Police arrested Mr Dawson in Queensland and said he would be extradited to NSW . Prosecutors have previously said there was insufficient evidence

Chris Dawson's former teenage lover and ex-student, Joanne Curtis, is set to be a key witness in a trial over the murder of his wife Lynette.

Curtis, now aged in her 50s, moved into the former PE teacher's home just two days after the 1982 disappearance of Lynette Dawson and later became his second wife.

Chris Dawson was extradited from the Gold Coast jail about 6.30am today, after being arrested yesterday, and will now face court in Parramatta.

'We will not give up': Police promise to keep searching for Lynette Dawson's body

'We will not give up': Police promise to keep searching for Lynette Dawson's body NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller declared authorities will keep searching for the body, after Chris Dawson's sensational arrest on Wednesday.

Chris Dawson , 70, is to be charged with murdering Lynette Dawson , New South Wales ( NSW ) authorities said. Mr Dawson has denied killing Mrs Police arrested Mr Dawson in Queensland and said he would be extradited to NSW . Prosecutors have previously said there was insufficient evidence

Chris Daniel Dawson is a nationally recognized gardening expert and landscape designer. As co-host for the Emmy Award-winning Better Homes and Gardens Television show, and host of HGTV’s The Seasoned Gardener, he has shared his gardening and design skills with millions of viewers each week.

Chris Dawson lands in NSW © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Chris Dawson has denied any involvement in Lynette's disappearance. He boarded a Qantas flight shortly before 7am (Queensland local time) this morning, before arriving at Sydney Airport around 9.30am (AEST).

Dawson is expected to be charged with the murder, even though his ex-wife’s body has never been found.

Curtis is believed to have kept a diary as a school student and has been co-operating with homicide detectives, according to The Australian, which produced The Teachers Pet podcast about the unsolved mystery.

Chris Dawson lands in NSW © AAP Chris Dawson Lynette Dawson Murder Extradition

Dawson, 70, was taken into police custody yesterday and was denied bail in a Gold Coast court, where he placed his hands over his ears as the magistrate read out the facts of the murder charge he is set to face.

Lynette Dawson's family 'ecstatic' after cold case arrest

Lynette Dawson's family 'ecstatic' after cold case arrest The brother of missing Sydney mother-of-two, Lynette Dawson, said he was "ecstatic" on hearing the news that Chris Dawson was arrested this morning. Chris Dawson was taken into Queensland over the death of wife Lynette and is expected to be extradited to NSW over the coming days. Greg Simms said he was on the veranda of his Lake Macquarie home when NSW police informed them of today's explosive development. Mr Simms said he grabbed his wife and they both cried. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Chris and Lynette Dawson on their wedding day.

NSW police will seek an extradition. NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller told reporters Mr Dawson went “quietly” with police as he was arrested this morning. He said statements from witnesses have “helped pull pieces of the puzzle together” when pushed on what new evidence led to the arrest.

NSW police to apply for extradition of former rugby league player from Queensland.

Lyn Joy Dawson, then aged 33, vanished from her home in January, 1982, following the disintegration of her marriage to her husband, whose extra-marital affair with Curtis grew in intensity throughout 1981.

The global success of The Teacher's Pet is being credited with the pushing the police into renewing their investigation, leading to the arrest yesterday.

The podcast has been downloaded 28 million times, with 60 percent of its listeners coming from the US, Great Britain and Canada.

A spokesman for Dawson's family said they were "disappointed" by yesterday’s explosive developments, and claimed there was "clear and uncontested" evidence Lyn was alive long after she disappeared.

NSW police have stated they are comfortable with the strength of the case.

Chris Dawson lands in NSW © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Chris Dawson was a successful footballer and popular high school teacher. Commissioner Mick Fuller said police, who conducted several digs at the former Dawson family home in Bayview, on Sydney's northern beaches, wanted to find Lyn's body but said that it was "not crucial to finalising the matter".

Dawson to face NSW court for wife's death

Dawson to face NSW court for wife's death The husband of missing Sydney mother Lynette Dawson is expected to face court charged with her murder. Chris Dawson, 70, was arrested on a warrant and hauled before a Queensland court on Wednesday almost four decades after his wife was last seen alive. His extradition to NSW was granted and he is expected to be put on a plane and flown to Sydney on Thursday morning and then formally charged with his wife's 1982 murder. "We've been waiting for 36 years for something like this to happen," Ms Dawson's niece Renee Simms told Ten Network on Wednesday. "For it to finally happen it almost doesn't seem real yet to me.

Christopher Frederick Dawson (born 15 February 1952) is a British billionaire businessman; founder, owner and executive chairman of the British retail chain The Range.

Chris Dawson , the husband of Lynette who disappeared from Sydney’s northern beaches in NSW police plan to charge him with murder after extradition. Supt Cook said investigators were confident Dawson — who took six weeks to report his wife missing — has maintained that his wife told him she

"We have solved homicides before without identifying the body," Comm. Fuller said.

NSW police had amassed "an enormous amount of evidence.

"There were predominantly statements from witnesses that helped us to pieces of the puzzle is together.”

Following extensive investigations, Strike Force Scriven detectives requested the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) review their brief of evidence in April 2018.

Chris Dawson lands in NSW © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Chris Dawson has always maintained he had nothing to do with Lynette's disappearance. Earlier this week, the ODPP provided advice to police, and following further inquiries, detectives applied for an arrest warrant before travelling to Queensland.

Comm. Fuller said two additional witness statements had been taken since April, but would not comment on the significance of that evidence.

Mrs Dawson's niece Renee Simms said the family has been waiting for 36 years for some sort of explanation for her aunt's disappearance.

"Absolute relief. My dad was elated," she told the Today show this morning.

'Anxious ... stressed': Chris Dawson to plead not guilty to murder of wife Lynette

'Anxious ... stressed': Chris Dawson to plead not guilty to murder of wife Lynette Chris Dawson will plead not guilty to murdering his missing wife Lynette in 1982. The high-profile ex-Newtown Jets player was arrested in Queensland at a relative's house on Wednesday and was extradited to New South Wales on Thursday morning. He was charged with one count of murder at the Sydney Police Centre on Thursday morning. © James Brickwood Chris Dawson arrives at Surry Hills Police Station on Thursday morning. Court documents show that Mr Dawson allegedly murdered his wife between 9pm on January 8, 1982 and 7am on January 9, 1982. "He will plead not guilty," his lawyer Greg Walsh told reporters.

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Lynette Dawson and Chris Dawson with daughter Shanelle in 1979. Police found the remains of Lynette Dawson 's cardigan buried around the DNA experts in the United States are providing NSW Police with new clues on some of the state's most baffling missing persons cases and unidentified

Dawson has always maintained his innocence, and claimed his wife had run away to live with a religious cult in remote area of NSW.

Chris Dawson lands in NSW © Provided by ABC News Chris Dawson was arrested on the Gold Coast before an appearance at Southport Magistrates Court. In September a team of NSW police spent several days digging areas around the former Dawson family home, including by a swimming pool, where police believed it was possible Ms Dawson had been buried.

But they found no human remains or other evidence on the property, which is surrounded by bushland.

Chris Dawson offers $1.5 million in security for bail.
Dawson appeared at Central Local Court today, applying for bail while he awaits trial for allegedly killing his wife Lynette Dawson, who disappeared in 1982. Dawson’s lawyer Greg Walsh told the court that the crown’s case is entirely circumstantial and is not strong. © 9news Dawson appeared at Central Local Court today, applying for bail while he awaits trial for allegedly killing his wife Lynette Da The crown suggested that Chris Dawson could use his twin brother’s passport is he was given bail, a suggestion to which Dawson replied “you’re kidding”.

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