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Vic police 'knew of holster problems'

Melbourne : Australia | Sep 22, 2009
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
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Senior Constable Tony Clarke was working alone when he was shot in the head during a scuffle with drink driver Mark Bailey in 2005. After the shooting at Launching Place, east of Melbourne, Bailey took Sen Const Clarke's police car and drove 25km to Mt Evelyn where he shot himself dead. Read full News at Sydney Morning Herald
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