HALLS Head widow Natasha Wragg will leave no stone unturned in her bid to find closure for the death of her husband Jay Wragg.
Mr Wragg died in Falcon after he was hit with a cricket bat in March 2008. The teenager charged with his murder was acquitted by a Supreme Court jury in December last year.
“Someone did it, but no one has been held accountable,” said Mrs Wragg.
She plans to present a 10,000 signature petition to WA Attorney General Christian Porter to change the double jeopardy law next month.
She said a lot of people supported her push to have the law overhauled.
“We will march on Parliament if we have to,” she said.
Mrs Wragg said she would wait at least six months and if nothing was done to change the law she would pursue other avenues.
She is meeting with her lawyer early next year to discuss her options.
Mrs Wragg also plans to write a letter to the State coroner calling for a coronial inquest.
“It was all done so quickly,” she said.
Despite her plans in January, Mrs Wragg wants to enjoy a quiet Christmas with her children, her family and Mr Wragg’s mother.