$2.5m payout for man who spent two decades in jail for fiancee’s murder – The Australian

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$2.5m payout for man who spent two decades in jail for fiancee's murder
The Australian
The South Australian Attorney-General says there is “no winner” in the case of Henry Keogh, who has been awarded $2.57 million in compensation after he was wrongly convicted of murdering his fiancee Anna-Jane Cheney. Vickie Chapman, who also is the ...
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