MP3: Search continues in Hay for remains of anti-mafia campaigner Donald Mackay

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Search continues in Hay for remains of anti-mafia campaigner Donald Mackay MP3

Police have begun a second day of excavations on a property in rural New South Wales, as they follow up a lead on one of the most notorious murder cases in Australian history. They are looking for the body of Donald Mackay, who disappeared from the town of Griffith in 1977 after he exposed a mafia drug ring. Source: abc.net.au

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