Ned Kelly is one of the most famous (and one of the last) Australian bushrangers. He is perhaps best known for his suit of armour, worn during his final shootout with the police.
In December 1878, Kelly dictated a letter which was sent to Victorian Parliamentarian, Donald Cameron seeking justice for allegations of criminal activity.
This is the Cameron Letter read by Greg Stone.
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Published on 17 July 2020