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Car at the centre of Azaria Chamberlain case goes on display at National Museum of Australia 40 years on – ABC News

Four decades after Azaria Chamberlain was taken by a dingo at Uluru, the family’s car — that became a central forensic piece of evidence and a symbol of Australian justice — has gone on public display for the first time in Canberra.

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Forty years ago today, Azaria Chamberlain was taken by a dingo at Uluru in the Northern Territory.
What followed was an exhaustive criminal case that divided the nation, and a miscarriage of justice that has echoed through decades of Australian history.
Now the Chamberlains’ family car, where police had alleged baby Azaria was murdered, is on public display in Canberra for the first time.
‘A dingo’s got my baby’
In August 1980, Michael and Lindy Chamberlain packed their two young boys and n…

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