Man Outed Politico Before Murder

$100K For Queer Killer’s Arrest

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It’s been nearly three years since Robert Woodland’s arrest and cops are no closer to catching the Australian man’s killer. Police discovered Woodland’s body on December 8, 2004 in Adelaide’s south parklands, a popular cruising spot. Woodland had been beaten to death.

The murder came after Woodland told then-Parliament Speaker Peter Lewis that he knew of a closeted gay politician. Another man, Shaine Moore, also told Lewis he knew this man. Moore also wound up dead, leading Lewis to declare their deaths not “just coincidental”.

Determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, Adelaide police are offering $100,000 to anyone who can pinpoint the killer.

Unless, of course, the killer gets to them first.