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Supervising officer approved decision not seize shot man's pistol

Sydney : Australia | Dec 03, 2012 at 7:23 PM PST
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
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The decision not to punish a serious gun licence breach by Rodney Elkass months before he was killed while allegedly threatening police with a Glock pistol was reviewed and allowed to pass by a supervising police officer and the NSW Firearms registry, a court has heard. FULL ARTICLE AT Sydney Morning Herald
 
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