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The stories behind what made and shaped the most notorious figures in Australian criminal history.
He was South Australia's top forensic pathologist for 27 years, but Dr Colin Manock didn't always get it right. From questionable methodology to performing a public autopsy, ACS reveals the high-level cover-ups.
Constable Angela Taylor was killed and 22 other's injured when a car bomb exploded outside the Victoria Police headquarters in Melbourne's CBD in 1986. ACS talks to survivors and the investigators who forensically hunted down the bomber.
In 1988, thieves broke into a bank in Chinatown, Sydney, from a neighbouring building and escaped with gold bars, rare coins, jewellery, and bundles of cash. In a world exclusive, we name the mastermind who got away with the loot.
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