Jack Lawson (Blue Heelers)

Jack Lawson (Blue Heelers)

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Jack Lawson (Blue Heelers)

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Jack Lawson was a fictional character from Australia's police series Blue Heelers. He came into the show in 1999 and left in 2001 when he was arrested for murder. Jack arrived in Mount Thomas with his horse Matilda, who appeared frequently on the show. Jack was riding in the bush when he discovered the body of fellow police member Constable Greg Mason. Jack was 19 when he first arrived in Mount Thomas and was still completing his policing degree.

Jack left his girlfriend Molly behind in his hometown, the young lovers having promised each other to wait to consummate their relationship until marriage. But when she visited him in Mount Thomas it was revealed that she had been having an affair with Jack's cousin, and he broke off their relationship. In episode 250, "Under Fire", Molly was impaled during a bus accident caused by a car being pursued by Maggie and Ben. Jack promised her that he would marry her and they would have children once she was set free, but concerns about dangerous chemicals on the bus meant that she could not be extracted from the bus in time. After her death, Jack admitted that he had lied to her about his feelings.

During his time on the show, Jack was on the Mount Thomas footy team, the Mudlarks. One of his detailed story lines involves his friendship with teammates Matty and Scotty. Both Jack's friends, Matty was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and Scotty went to jail for manslaughter of another teammate. Matty married his girlfriend...
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