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‘His delusions meant he was a very real risk’

Courier Mail Wednesday, 14 December 2016
A DOCTOR supported a man in his bid to get his gun licence reinstated, despite the man having told cops he was being spied on by Romanians and showing them a photo of his “wife” - actually a woman in a magazine.
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