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Late-submitted DNA evidence to be allowed in Claremont serial killer trial

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 8 November 2019
State prosecutors will be allowed to present last-minute evidence relating to DNA found under the fingernails of Ciara Glennon at the Claremont serial killer trial when it begins later this month.

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