Cold Case Homicides
Posted on 16/02/2016
Since 2005, South Australia has had on average 22 murders a year, with a low of 12 in 2007 and as many as 29 in 2011. About 33% of murders are committed within the criminal community and are generally either linked to gangs or drug trafficking, and in most cases the victim and offender are known to each other.
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