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Justice tells jury to put emotions aside before murder trial deliberations

Joe Colbrook
Updated June 17 2024 - 4:57pm, first published 4:44pm
Prosecutors say the jury can only come to one conclusion, that Kerry Lee Whiting is guilty of a fatal, frenzied knife attack at Ravenswood. Picture by Paul Scambler
Prosecutors say the jury can only come to one conclusion, that Kerry Lee Whiting is guilty of a fatal, frenzied knife attack at Ravenswood. Picture by Paul Scambler

The 12 men and women empaneled as jurors in a Supreme Court trial over a frenzied, fatal knife attack at Ravenswood in 2021 have been told to put their emotions aside before deliberations.

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Joe Colbrook

Joe Colbrook

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Journalist at The Examiner, covering local government and planning, breaking news and court. Send tips to joe.colbrook@austcommunitymedia.com.au. Ex-Jimboomba Times, UQ Alumni

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