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Possible breakthrough in ‘worst crime’ linked to Australian racing

Neil Mitchell
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Veteran crime reporter Andrew Rule has branded it “the worst crime” in Australian racing history, yet it’s somehow been largely swept under the carpet.

But there has been a breakthrough.

It involves the brutal death of horse trainer George Brown in 1984.

“It’s been relegated to a sort of footnote in Australian racing history, yet I would suggest it is the worst crime associated with racing in Australia, or New Zealand, and possibly anywhere,” Andrew Rule told Neil Mitchell.

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