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Claremont serial killer trial: 12 witness names suppressed, as judge sends stern warning to prosecutors

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 13 August 2019
The state successfully argued the identity of the man who had an affair with Bradley Edwards' first wife be suppressed to protect the identity of their 22-year-old child.
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