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Australian outlaw Ned Kelly's bones returned to family

The family of Ned Kelly will finally be allowed to bury Australia's most famous outlaw, 132 years after his death.

Kelly's headless skeleton was found in a mass grave outside a former prison in the state of Victoria in 2009.

The owners of the site wanted to keep the bones, but the government issued a licence ordering the remains to be returned to the family.

BBC Radio 5 live'sUp All Night spoke to Anthony Griffiths, the great grand-nephew of Ned Kelly.

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  • 03 Aug 2012
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