Australian Crime Stories – 24 November 2020 – 24/11/2020 – Tuesday – Nine – 9
The 2011 the disappearance of Prison boss David Prideaux is a mystery that bristles with possibilities. The story that began as a missing person case is now clouded with accusations of betrayal, adultery, conspiracies and murder. Was he silenced because he knew the true story of the murder inside Barwon Prison of Underworld kingpin Carl Williams?
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The stories behind what made and shaped the most notorious figures in Australian criminal history.
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