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Troy Coward: “Guys moving out bags, which … turned out to be body parts.”

Troy Coward, a victim of crime, wants to be compensated and he doesn’t want to see anyone else suffer the trauma of emotional and financial loss connected to violent crime.

His home was the site of a horrific murder, which was only discovered after the head of Stephen Cookson washed up on Rottnest Island in 2012. He says he’s half-a-million dollars out of pocket and the law needs to be changed.

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Jane Marwick
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