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Concealing Crimes in Northern Territory, Australia
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This book is an extensive overview of information surrounding "The Death or Disappearance of Peter Falconio" from The Northern Territory on 14th July 2001.Of which lead to the incarceration of Bradley John Murdoch for 28 years without parole, by a kangaroo court, based on a statement from a perpetrator of a fictional crime.(An unprofessionally staged scenes simulation exercise).
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