Anita Cobby Bio, Wiki, Age, Killer (Gary Murphy), Net Worth

Anita Cobby Bio, Wiki, Age, Killer (Gary Murphy), Net Worth

Anita Cobby Bio, Wiki, Age, Killer (Gary Murphy), Net Worth

Anita Cobby Bio

Anita Lorraine Cobby (2 November 1959 – 2 February 1986) was a 26-year-old Australian registered nurse and beauty pageant winner who was kidnapped, sexually assaulted and murdered while walking home from Blacktown railway station after dining out with two Sydney Hospital colleagues in Surry Hills, New South Wales, just before 10:00 p.m. on 2 February 1986. Two days after being reported missing, Cobby’s body was discovered on a rural farm in Prospect. Investigations led to the arrest of five men who were later convicted of her abduction, rape and murder on 10 June 1987 and each sentenced to life imprisonment, without the possibility of parole, on 16 June 1987.

Anita Cobby Age
She was 27 Years old.

 

Anita Cobby Early Life

Anita Lynch was born in Sydney on 2 November 1959, to Garry Bernard Lynch, a graphic artist with the Royal Australian Air Force, and Grace “Peggy” Lynch, a nurse. As a teenager, she participated in beauty pageants, including winning the Miss Western Suburbs Pageant in November 1979, and had a promising career as a model. However, she decided instead to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become a nurse.

She met her future husband, John Cobby, while studying for her nursing degree at Sydney Hospital. They married on 27 March 1982. At the time of Cobby’s murder in 1986, the couple had separated and Cobby was living with her parents in Blacktown, New South Wales. According to John Cobby, he and Anita were on good terms and, when she was murdered, had been planning to reconcile.

Anita Cobby Murder

Cobby worked in Sydney and commuted daily from her home in Blacktown. On the day of the murder, she finished work at Sydney Hospital at 3 p.m. and met friends for dinner in nearby Redfern. Cobby then caught a train from Central railway station to Blacktown station. Arriving at Blacktown, she would usually ring her father who would pick her up. On the day of her death, she most likely decided to walk home after finding the phone to be out of order and no taxis available at the taxi rank Aside from her killers, only two witnesses saw Cobby after she left the train station.

Anita Cobby Murder Police investigation

When Cobby did not return home, her family initially thought she was staying overnight with a friend, but after learning that she failed to appear at work the next day, they reported her missing on 3 February. On the morning of 4 February, her nude body was found in the paddock by a farmer investigating what his cows were milling around. Cobby’s body was initially identified by her distinctive wedding ring, which was still on her finger when she was found. Her estranged husband John was initially suspected of her murder, but was quickly cleared.

Anita Cobby Killer Gary Murphy Injured

 

One of the men jailed for life over the 1986 murder of Anita Cobby has suffered severe injuries after being bashed in Sydney’s Long Bay jail.
One of Anita Cobby’s killers severely injured in jail bashing
— annemariee white owl (@BlondieRulz69) June 25, 2019

Gary Murphy was attacked by multiple people in a shower block area, A Current Affairhas confirmed.
He sustained severe head and facial injuries.