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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.

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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.