Man convicted of 1994 NCA bombing dies in custody
10 May 2023 | 11:08 am
The man convicted of one of Australia’s most notorious acts of domestic terrorism has died while serving a 30-year jail term. National crime authority bomber Domenic Perre died in hospital seven months after being sentenced to life for murdering a police officer in Adelaide in 1994.
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