Closure for victims’ families after guilty verdict in NCA bombing case | 7.30

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Almost 30 years ago a domestic terrorism attack on a government agency shocked the nation. The 1994 bombing of the National Crime Authority office in Adelaide killed one senior police officer and badly injured a lead investigator. A prime suspect was soon identified, but only today was the case finally closed. Angelique Donnellan reports.

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