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Former NSW cop arrested for murder

Former NSW detective Roger Rogerson has been taken away for questioning by police investigating the murder of university student Jamie Gao. Click for the latest on the arrest as the murder investigation continues. 

Detectives arrived at Rogerson’s home in Sydney’s southwest on Tuesday morning and shortly afterward frogmarched him, handcuffed, out of the Padstow Heights premises.

 

 

Undercover: Roger Rogerson’s lawyer denies he’s on the run in Queensland.  The wife of notorious ex-cop Roger Rogerson claims he’s already back in Sydney and willing to cooperate with police over the murder of a Sydney student.

Anne Rogerson has told 2UE the 73-year-old returned home from a speaking engagement in Queensland earlier than expected, despite detectives heading north to track him down.

Authorities will also carry out an autopsy on a body found wrapped in a tarp at a Cronulla beach to see if it’s that of Mr Gao. Glen McNamara, a former Kings Cross detective and associate of Rogerson has been charged with Mr Gao’s murder.

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As a former Sydney detective himself, journalist Duncan McNab intimately knows the world of Roger Rogerson, arguably Australia’s most notorious ex-policeman. The author of The Dodger speaks with Angela Catterns about the background of Roger Rogerson.

 

As a former Sydney detective himself, journalist Duncan McNab intimately knows the world of Roger Rogerson, arguably Australia’s most notorious ex-policeman. The author of The Dodger speaks with Angela Catterns about the background of Roger Rogerson.

‘He Was Treated Like a Dog’ 

Lawyer lashes out as police arrest disgraced ex-detective Roger Rogerson over the alleged murder of Sydney student Jamie Gao.

 

 

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