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Agliotti trial reveals details of Kebble's dirty empire

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Agliotti trial reveals details of Kebble’s dirty empire

Glen Agliotti on Monday morning pleaded not guilty to the murder of Brett Kebble as well as additional charges of conspiring to kill at least four more people. But it was Kebble himself that was portrayed as the most callous of those involved in the underworld empire he was apparently creating. One-time bouncer and now professional boxed Mikey Shultz testified that Kebble (by way of former partner John Stratton) ordered the killing of several people he found inconvenient, including Noseweek editor Martin Welz. M&G, TimesLive, IOL

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