& # 39; I am grateful & # 39 ;: Lindy Chamberlain reveals that she does not hold any bitterness at the wrong prison sentence

& # 39; I am grateful & # 39 ;: Lindy Chamberlain is not embittered because she was wrongly imprisoned by the murder of her nine-week-old daughter while reliving her ordeal on Anh's Brush With Fame

She is remembered as the mother who was wrongly sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of her nine-week-old daughter, despite the fact that she protested that a dingo had taken her baby.

33 years after her acquittal, Lindy Chamberlain will relive her ordeal when she sits down with Ahn Do on Anh's Brush With Fame on Wednesday night in a rare interview.

Now known as Mrs. Chamberlain-Creighton, she was heavily pregnant when she was imprisoned in 1982 after her daughter Azaria disappeared on a camping trip to Uluru in 1980.

Injustice: Lindy Chamberlain is remembered as the mother who was wrongly sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of her nine-week-old daughter

Injustice: Lindy Chamberlain is remembered as the mother who was wrongly sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of her nine-week-old daughter

In a preview of her emotional conversation with Ahn, she addresses her next campaigns for reform in the Australian legal system.

& # 39; If I had not experienced everything, we would not have the laws we now have in Australia, now we have an independent forensic science as a result of that trial & # 39 ;, she told Do in an example of by News Corp.

& # 39; What happened to me has been able to improve it for other Australians and I am grateful for that. & # 39;

Mrs. Chamberlain-Creighton told police Azaria was wearing a matine cover the night she disappeared.

Looking back: 33 years after her acquittal, now known as Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, she will relive her ordeal while sitting down with Ahn Do on Anh & # 39; s Brush With Fame in a rare interview

Looking back: 33 years after her acquittal, now known as Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, she will relive her ordeal while sitting down with Ahn Do on Anh & # 39; s Brush With Fame in a rare interview

Looking back: 33 years after her acquittal, now known as Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, she will relive her ordeal while sitting down with Ahn Do on Anh & # 39; s Brush With Fame in a rare interview

The jacket was only found when the Englishman David Brett fell to his death during his climb Uluru and landed next to the matinee jacket that was essential for her defense.

With Alan Jones on 2 GB, the now 71-year-old said that her belief in God had led her through her imprisonment.

& # 39; If you know the truth, you don't have to be sidelined by other people who don't know. & # 39;

& # 39; My faith in God gives me resilience. & # 39;

The full interview between Ahn and Lindy Chamberlain will be broadcast on Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Family: Lindy and Michael Chamberlain depicted with their two sons and the youngest daughter Kahlia, who gave birth to Lindy in prison. The Chamberlains were later divorced

Family: Lindy and Michael Chamberlain depicted with their two sons and the youngest daughter Kahlia, who gave birth to Lindy in prison. The Chamberlains were later divorced

Family: Lindy and Michael Chamberlain depicted with their two sons and the youngest daughter Kahlia, who gave birth to Lindy in prison. The Chamberlains were later divorced

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