Possible breakthrough in ‘worst crime’ linked to Australian racing
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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