The Family Murders

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Wendy Roles, Greg McInerney
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The Family Murders are a series of violent and depraved sex crimes committed against five young men and boys in South Australia throughout the 1970's and 1980's. In 1988 Detective Trevor Kipling described a group of people whom he suspected as being responsible as "one big happy family" and vowed to do all that he could to bring them to justice. The sinister group was dubbed 'The Family' and consisted of some of the most powerful and influential people in the state at the time. Only one man, Bevan Spencer von Einem, was convicted of murdering Richard Kelvin, the last of the five known victims, but he hadn't acted alone. Rumour and innuendo regarding the involvement of high profiles has plagued Adelaide ever since, and to this day four out of the five murders remain unsolved despite overwhelming evidence available to police. In this tell all book, the authors take you deeper into The Family than has ever been done before.

In 2014, the family sold their home in Buderim, on the Sunshine Coast, for 2.5 million dollars ... Killer dad Chris Watts reveals sick details of how he murdered his family. Chris Watts has revealed the grisly details of exactly how he killed his pregnant wife and two daughters in a letter from ... The Family consist of roughly 12 people made up of 5 main people and 7 odd associates who have varying degrees of involvement.

Some time after they went missing, their bodies would each be found, often horribly mutilated. Some of the most chilling murders in recent history have taken place between family members, including the case of the Memphis mother who slashed four of her babies' throats in July 2016, the ... This is the definitive story of the Family Court Murders and the book that set off the investigation into and charging of Leonard Warwick. An initiative of the Whitlam Government, the so-called 'helping court' opened its doors in January 1976.