“A South Australian Government Reward for up to $200,000 has been offered for information leading to the apprehension/convictions of the person or people responsible for this murder.”
At about 8.00 a.m. on Sunday 29 December 1991 the body of Peter Fazzari, aged 56 years, was found stabbed to death in the Cadell Training Centre.
He was serving a life sentence for murdering his brother with a shotgun in 1979, but had served his non-parole period and was due for release the next day.
A Coronial Inquest finding from 5 February 2002 handed down by the then State Coroner Wayne Chivell found that Mr Fazzari was attacked in his cell while he was asleep. During the attack he received a number of stab wounds to the head. A search of the cell block failed to recover a weapon.
In 2005 further lines of inquiry were provided to Major Crime Detectives that resulted in a further search being conducted at the Cadell Training Centre in relation to the weapon used. The search failed to recover the weapon.
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