‘No real perceived urgency’ to arrest Luke Batty’s father before killing, detective … – The Age


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'No real perceived urgency' to arrest Luke Batty's father before killing, detective ...
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A detective has told the inquest into Luke Batty's murder there was "no real perceived urgency" to try to arrest Greg Anderson in the days before he killed his son. Detective Senior Constable Andrew Cocking was provided with Anderson's address by Luke's ...
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