The woman at the centre of Singleton’s notorious child killer case has written to the state’s Attorney General begging him to reconsider her Petition for Pardon.

Kathleen Folbigg is 18 years into a minimum 25 year sentence for the murder of three of her children and the manslaughter of a fourth child.

90 eminent scientists recently signed a petition arguing for her release based on new evidence which suggests all four children died as the result of a genetic mutation.

In a handwritten letter, Folbigg has begged NSW Attorney General, Mark Speakman to ‘soften his heart’ and grant her petition, saying she has always protested her innocence and regrets following the advice given to her at the time to not give evidence at her trial.

Kathleen Folbigg at an inquiry into her
convictions in 2019