Notorious Sydney criminal Neddy Smith dies in Long Bail jail | 7NEWS

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Veteran police officers were united today in welcoming the death of notorious Sydney criminal Neddy Smith. They say while the 76-year-old died serving life for 2 murders, there were probably several more he got away with.

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