Ep 93. The Untold Story – The Impact Of Murder On Our Family, with Wendy Robinson

Wendy Robinson is my courageous, strong, loving, caring mother who’s endured one of the worst tragedies and adversities you could think of, with her parents – my grandparents, being murdered in their own home.

This episode is an emotional roller coaster and we discuss aspects of our lives and experience with this tragedy that we haven’t spoken about much to anyone.

Please help Mum with her purpose and passion to get the laws changed so we can prevent killers from being released onto your streets with no criminal record. You can access the petition at the link below. We’re extremely grateful for your support:

https://www.change.org/p/he-killed-both-our-parents-he-was-found-not-guilty-for-murder-and-may-inherit-the-estate

 

Reach out to mum and I personally:

Email: brett@lifeintentional.com.au

You can find the Closed facebook group for the podcast community when you search the Facebook groups section for: Your Life Of Impact podcast community”

 

10 Comments

  1. VICTOR MALONEY on 10/24/2018 at 10:02 PM

    A wonderful insight into growing up in Outback N.S.W., beautifully told by Wendy & Brett & showing the great love within the family. I saw Ian & Margaret, on a number of occasions, having also lived in Cobar for many years, & found them both to be good community people, with an open friendliness & genuine respect for their fellow town folk. Ian was having a morning jog along The Newie water catchment area, when my old ex-Sydney double decker bus arrived there, as they used the high bank of the area to unload it. The bus became a mobile art gallery for me & Ian mentioned his surprise at suddenly seeing the high vehicle, moving along above his jogging track.
    Great work, Wendy & Brett, wonderful reflections of life in Cobar & beyond & some warm memories of family life.
    Best Regards, Victor Maloney.

    • Brett Robinson on 11/02/2018 at 8:39 AM

      Thank you Victor, GREATLY appreciated!
      It warms my heart to hear stories like that of my grandparents. Ian loved his jogs around the newie.

  2. Wendy Collier on 10/25/2018 at 10:08 AM

    Shed a few tears listening to this podcast. Having known your beautiful grandparents from our times spent on the Bourke Trek I so wish you you all the best of luck changing these laws. Mental health is so dreadful but you should not be able to profit from killing people. These laws need to change now as this is happening to often.

    • Brett Robinson on 11/02/2018 at 8:39 AM

      Thank you Wendy. We agree!

  3. Leanne Power on 10/25/2018 at 10:16 PM

    Hi Family you a a tough family stay strong my thoughts & love is always with you.

    • Brett Robinson on 11/02/2018 at 8:40 AM

      Lots of love Leanne!

  4. Susan Miller on 10/30/2018 at 8:05 AM

    The whole situation begs belief – time for change most definitely

    • Brett Robinson on 11/02/2018 at 8:40 AM

      Thanks Susan – couldn’t agree more!

  5. Adrian Medcraft on 11/01/2018 at 5:53 PM

    Gday Robbo
    I just wanted to say this story broke my heart. Even though I had heard of your tragedy through your podcast, I don’t watch any tv or read newspapers and had heard nothing of your families trauma. Your story had me in tears, I was so hurt to hear that such beautiful people could be taking in such a horrific way. But also so inspired to listen to your mum and her strength not just carry on but thrive. To push forward and take on this massive task of law change regardless this would having any bearing on the outcome of your grandparents case.
    To hear the love of your grandparents was so unwavering regardless of whether that love was reciprocated. With one of my core values to be loving and caring I can only hope that I could display an once of the love and compassion your grandparents displayed and continually shone in their lives.
    You have made such an impact in my life through your mental strength training and I know that this podcast is part of your recovery from this tragedy your family has been subjected. I would love to hear more of the resilience that you, your mother and your family display to move through these most challenging of times to not just survive but THRIVE. You are a true inspiration please keep these podcast and trainings coming, I am so grateful to have come across such and inspirational soul.

    • Brett Robinson on 11/02/2018 at 2:53 PM

      Adrian, i’m so grateful for your feedback and kind words. I’m stoked the Mental Strength Training program and podcast has had such an impact in your life, because yes, it all stemmed after finding the strength and purpose to grow stronger as a person after this horrific tragedy.
      Keep acting on your inspiration mate, that’s how we continually grow in live in alignment.

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