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Gun Policy News


29 March 2006

Sydney Morning Herald

Ten years after the Port Arthur massacre, a childlike sketch may offer the first glimpse inside the mind of the mass murderer Martin Bryant. The lawyer who convinced Bryant to plead guilty, John Avery, now wants to release the contents of his case files, including drawings and 20 hours of interview tapes he believes will finally shed light on why Bryant shot and killed 35 people in Tasmania on April 28, 1996. And the chief defence psychiatrist, Paul Mullen, has... (

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