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The last photos of Ned Kelly were taken by the official Melbourne Gaol photographer, Charles Nettleton on November 10, 1880, the day before Ned’s execution. In this full-length study, Ned holds the cord attached to his leg irons to disguise the withering of his wounded left arm and rests a fist on his hip to mask a crippled hand.

The last photos of Ned Kelly were taken by the official Melbourne Gaol photographer, Charles Nettleton on November 10, 1880, the day before Ned’s execution. In this full-length study, Ned holds the cord attached to his leg irons to disguise the withering of his wounded left arm and rests a fist on his hip to mask a crippled hand.

Australian bushranger and outlaw Ned Kelly's original, full set of homemade plate armor.

Australian bushranger and outlaw Ned Kelly's original, full set of homemade plate armor.

If police are unable to catch a suspect or solve a crime, they may offer a reward for information. The NSW Police Service website currently lists 86 rewards of $50,000 to $500,000 for various crimes and suspects, which is meant to act as an incentive for people to dob-in offenders. But questions have been raised about the effectiveness of rewards in bringing offenders to justice, and the fairness of offering rewards for some crimes but nothing for others. Our latest blog has more.

If police are unable to catch a suspect or solve a crime, they may offer a reward for information. The NSW Police Service website currently lists 86 rewards of $50,000 to $500,000 for various crimes and suspects, which is meant to act as an incentive for people to dob-in offenders. But questions have been raised about the effectiveness of rewards in bringing offenders to justice, and the fairness of offering rewards for some crimes but nothing for others. Our latest blog has more.

Australian outlaw Ned Kelly dressed in a homemade suit of metal armor. Kelly (1854–1880) has been mythologized as a "Robin Hood" character, a political icon, and a figure of Irish Catholic and working-class resistance to the establishment and British colonial ties.

Australian outlaw Ned Kelly dressed in a homemade suit of metal armor. Kelly (1854–1880) has been mythologized as a "Robin Hood" character, a political icon, and a figure of Irish Catholic and working-class resistance to the establishment and British colonial ties.

Background to Ned Kelly. Provided by the Australian Government

Background to Ned Kelly. Provided by the Australian Government

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