He was deployed as an avionics technician, but he was also responsible for playing the bagpipes at ramp ceremonies, piping off his fallen comrades. In his first ceremony, he had to say goodbye to a Canadian soldier he’d befriended just three weeks earlier. For four months, he took part in three ramp ceremonies a week, with up to six bodies in each. In an attempt to forget everything he took to drinking five bottles of wine a week and whiskey to finish, just so he could get to sleep. But it didn’t stop the nightmares…

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He seemed to have it all together, he had a high-ranking career in the NSW Police Force, a wife, three young boys, and was a preacher and evangelist in his local area. What went wrong? As his professional career grew he became a high-ranking detective with Criminal Investigations. This involved working on unsolved homicides, cases involving serial killers and missing children…

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At age nine he was put into an institution for running away from foster homes and became what is known […]

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A Moranbah man was working with a mining crew who had all grown up together. This man’s unwillingness to partake in heavy drinking and pornography marked him as an outsider. He was bullied and harassed by his colleagues constantly and his…

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