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"Understatement" to call Keogh a person of interest: SAPOL

UPDATED | The wife of Henry Keogh has slammed “political point-scoring” over his taxpayer-funded $2.57 million payout, as South Australia’s police commissioner today told a parliamentary inquiry it would be an “understatement” to describe him as a person of interest in the case of his fiancé Anna Jane Cheney’s death.

Opinion

How could this happen? Henry Keogh's long road to freedom

In December 2014, Henry Keogh walked out of jail for the first time in 20 years. A year later, the case against him for the 1994 murder of his fiancée, Anna-Jane Cheney, was dropped. As Keogh prepares to break his silence, journalist Graham Archer reflects on how his long search for the truth became a battle with the justice system.

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