True crime author, Tony Reeves addressed a packed meeting of West End’s 17 Group last week with new evidence in the Whiskey Au Go Go fire bombing. The 1973 fire bombing murdered 15 people and Mr Reeve’s new evidence implicates police, clears John Andrew Stuart who died in Boggo Rd jail while serving time for the crime and identifies a person of interest.
Due to the reclassification of the Fitzgerald Inquiry documents last year, much of the evidence in this case has been locked up for another 65 years.
Readers interested in more information should let the Westender know via the comments form below as it may be possible to provide extracts of the book once a publishing deal is in place.
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11 September, 2013
In regards to the above story I noticed I didn’t get a mention as the co-writter with Tony Reeves. The fact is my contribution the Whiskey Au Go Go book was very significant and made up the bulk of the story in the manuscript. Most of which I personally witnessed in regards to this crime.is it possible for you to send me the full story from the extract above. Cheers Danny Stuart