Inquest hears Tasmania Police officer was facing child exploitation claims before suicide | ABC News

Inquest hears tasmania police officer was facing child exploitation claims before suicide | abc news

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A senior police officer who was part of the response to the Port Arthur massacre and the Beaconsfield Mine collapse was facing serious child exploitation allegations before his death, a coronial inquest has heard.

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