Morbidology the Podcast – 126: Emma Agnew

Podcast released on: 15th November 2021

In 2007, a young woman vanished in Christchurch, New Zealand, after arranging to meet somebody who was interested in buying her car. When she didn’t return home, her family reported her missing. The young woman was deaf and her disappearance would bring the hearing and deaf communities closer than ever before as they both worked…


In 2007, a young woman vanished in Christchurch, New Zealand, after arranging to meet somebody who was interested in buying her car. When she didn’t return home, her family reported her missing. The young woman was deaf and her disappearance would bring the hearing and deaf communities closer than ever before as they both worked together to try and bring her home safely.

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Audio Sources:

“Emma Agnew murder accused says he was framed”

“Liam Reid’s Guilty Verdict”

Sources:

The Press, 17 November, 2007 – “Fears for Deaf Woman”

Sunday Star Times, 18 November, 2007 – “Where is She?”

The Press, 19 November, 2007 – “Car May be Key to Emma’s Disappearance”

The Press, 20 November, 2007 – “New Twist in Missing Woman Case”

The Press, 21 November, 2007 – “Computer to be Searched”

The Press, 22 November, 2007 – “Search Teams’ Focus Narrows”

The Press, 23 November, 2007 – “Police Divers to Join Hunt for Missing Deaf Woman”

The Press, 24 November, 2007 – “Living Life to the Full”

The Press, 24 November, 2007 – “Agnew Search Moves to Rubbish Dump”

Sunday Star Times, 25 November, 2007 – “Police Scour Dump for Clues”

The Press, 28 November, 2007 – “Man Charged with Emma’s Murder”

The Press, 28 November, 2007 – “Deaf Community Expresses Rage”

The Dominion Post, 29 November, 2007 – “Agnew Accused Sparks Appalling Uproar in Court”

The Press, 29 November, 2007 – “Angry Scenes Sadden Deaf Community”

The Press, 29 November, 2007 – “Murder-Accused Changed his Name”

The Press, 1 December, 2007 – “Farewell for Emma on Monday”

Sunday Star Times, 2 December, 2007 – “Agnew Suspect Sued the Govt”

The Press, 4 December, 2007 – “Emma Farewelled with Tears, Tributes”

The Press, 22 December, 2007 – “Monarch Helped Family Let Emma Go”

The Press, 22 March, 2008 – “Inmate Overdose Reported”

Otago Daily Times, 31 March, 2008 – “Reid ‘Admitted Agnew Murder’”

The Marlborough Express, 1 April, 2008 – “Accused Admitted Murder”

The Press, 2 April, 2008 – “Ex-Girlfriend Tells of Tearful Confession”

The Press, 3 April, 2008 – “Evidence of Star Witness Disputed”

The Press, 7 October, 2008 – “Reid Denies Guilt for Two Crimes”

The Press, 9 October, 2008 – “Witness Tells of Talk of Strangulation”

The Press, 10 October, 2008 – “Accused told of Suicide, Risk to Others”

The Press, 14 October, 2008 – “Court Told of Hair found on Seat of Car”

The Press, 15 October, 2008 – “Woman Recalled Fighting for her Life”

The Press, 16 October, 2008 – “I’m Very Busy at the Moment”

The Press, 18 October, 2008 – “Prison Staff Recount Violent and Vulgar Remarks”

The Press, 21 October, 2008 – “Girlfriend Says Reid Confessed”

The Dominion Post, 22 October, 2008 – “Witness Sent Sex Letters to Accused”

The Press, 24 October, 2008 – “Reid Ban Lifted”

The Press, 25 October, 2008 – “Reid Claims Drug Haze as Defence”

The Press, 29 October, 2008 – “Prosecution Case Fabricated”

The Press, 30 October, 2008 – “Avalanche of Evidence”

The Press, 31 October, 2008 – “Reid Verdict May Be Today”

The Press, 1 November, 2008 – “Relief as Reid Guilty on Charges”

Otago Daily Times, 2 November, 2008 – “Reid Under Supervision at Time of Crimes”

Sunday Star Times, 2 November, 2008 – “Name Change to Conceal Criminal Record too Easy”

The Press, 13 December, 2008 – “Not Slightest Flicker of Remorse”

The New Zealand Herald, 17 April, 2012 – “Lawyer Loses Fight for Name Secrecy”

Otago Daily Times, 11 May, 2012 – “Victim Frustrated by Justice System”

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