Jari Wise was murdered by his partner on February 29, 2020. The Tasmanian police did not investigate or charge his partner for his murder. It’s been over 2 years. For detailed information about the story see the #Justice4Jari website here and my interview with Jari’s mother Faith here.
This series of posts looks at similar cases in Australia where someone has been hit and killed in a hit and run. The aim is to see how the police typically respond along with the courts, community, media and Government. This should expose the gender and race bias and the sheer incompetence of the Tasmanian authorities in their management of Jari’s case.
Here is a case to compare with Jari’s:
Kaine Andrew Carter
Relationship of P & V:
Random hit & run.
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Carter was driving drunk, on drugs and wearing a “moon boot” at the time of the accident on October 17, 2020. Tammara Macrokanis, 32, was hitchhiking on the southbound lanes of the M1 when she was hit and killed instantly around 9.30pm.
Initial Police Response:
Carter was charged with a string of offences including dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death whilst adversely affected, driving disqualified and driving an uninsured and unregistered vehicle.
Carter was sentenced to nine years in prison and will be eligible for parole after serving four years.