Lindy Chamberlain talks about the painful moment when she had to give up her baby while imprisoned

& # 39; I just couldn't handle the thought of taking her & # 39 ;: Lindy Chamberlain remembers the pain of being forced to give up her newborn daughter after her wrongful assassination attempt

Lindy Chamberlain has told of her pain in removing her newborn daughter after she was wrongly convicted for the murder of her nine-week-old girl Azariah.

The mother of the four was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1982 after her daughter Azaria had disappeared from her tent, despite Mrs. Chamberlain insisting that the girl be taken by a dingo.

It was a case that the division was divided between those who were sure she was guilty of killing her own daughter and those who persisted in her innocence, and the case was turned into a popular Hollywood movie starring Meryl Streep .

In the words of Anh Do about his ABC series Anh & Brush's Fame, the now 71-year-old said that the birth of her fourth child Kahlia later that year was an & # 39; very painful process & # 39; used to be.

& # 39; A very painful process & # 39 ;: Lindy Chamberlain told about the moment when she had to give up her newborn baby after being wrongly convicted for the murder of her nine-week-old daughter

& # 39; A very painful process & # 39 ;: Lindy Chamberlain told about the moment when she had to give up her newborn baby after being wrongly convicted for the murder of her nine-week-old daughter

& # 39; I knew from the moment she was born they would take her away from me, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; Every moment of birth, I fought it. It is as if, "you keep her inside, she is yours – from the moment she leaves, she is not."

& # 39; I just couldn't handle the thought that they would be the first to take her. I had to take myself out of the room. & # 39;

Her second daughter was born in the Darwin hospital, but then sent to a foster home – before she was reunited with her mother and released in 1986.

Injustice: The mother of the four was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1982 after her daughter Azaria had disappeared from her tent, despite Chamberlain's protest that a dingo had stolen her

Injustice: The mother of the four was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1982 after her daughter Azaria had disappeared from her tent, despite Chamberlain's protest that a dingo had stolen her

Injustice: The mother of the four was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1982 after her daughter Azaria had disappeared from her tent, despite Chamberlain's protest that a dingo had stolen her

Almost four decades after she was sent to prison for a crime she had not committed, Mrs. Chamberlain also opened her oldest son's reaction when he was told that his mother was locked up.

& # 39; My mother had to tell them [Chamberlain’s children] they had sent me to prison – who pursued her until the day she died, & said Chamberlain.

& # 39; It was the worst thing she should ever have done. She had never heard a sound from a child in her life.

& # 39; She said he did these big dry sobs, that was the only way to describe it. & # 39;

The 71-year-old also spoke her next campaigns for reform in the Australian legal system.

Candid: The 71-year-old also interviewed her next campaigns for reform in the Australian legal system in conversation with Anh Do - who was painting her while they talked

Candid: The 71-year-old also interviewed her next campaigns for reform in the Australian legal system in conversation with Anh Do - who was painting her while they talked

Candid: The 71-year-old also addressed her next campaigns for reform in the Australian legal system in conversation with Anh Do (photo) - who was painting her while they talked

Candid: The 71-year-old also addressed her next campaigns for reform in the Australian legal system in conversation with Anh Do (photo) - who was painting her while they talked

Candid: The 71-year-old also interviewed her next campaigns for reform in the Australian legal system in conversation with Anh Do (right) – who was painting her (left) while they were talking

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

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

Now known as Mrs. Chamberlain-Creighton, she was acquitted after the matinee jacket that Azaria wore was found in 1986.

It was not found until the Englishman David Brett, while climbing Uluru, fell to his death and landed next to the jacket, which was essential for her defense.

She said she always believed she would be released thanks to her belief in God.

& # 39; I always had the feeling that at some point God would say "Enough is enough and you will come out".

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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