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Audio: Selwyn Manning On Radio Adelaide: Bain Case

Scoop Audio: Selwyn Manning On Radio Adelaide

Today, Selwyn Manning discussed with Adelaide Radio's Peter Godfrey: breaking news – convicted murderer David Bain has won the right to have a full appeal of his conviction for the murders of five of his family members; also Police dog Edge has survived a knife attack; and a follow-up item on how the handbag used by former All Black captain Tana Umaga to whack his team mate sold for $22,700.00 on

Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: Selwyn Manning and Adelaide Radio's Peter Godfrey discussed: David Bain appeal to Privy Council; Police dog Edge survives knife attack; Handbag used in All Black whack incident sells on Trademe.


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