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CIA: Crime Investigation Australia 

Crime investigation Australia takes you deep into the Most horrific crimes Australia has ever seen.




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Series cast summary:
Erryn Arkin Erryn Arkin ...  Mick 9 episodes, 2005-2009
Olivia Stambouliah ...  Joanne Walters 7 episodes, 2005-2009
Steve Liebmann Steve Liebmann ...  Himself / ... 4 episodes, 2008-2009


Crime investigation Australia takes you deep into the Most horrific crimes Australia has ever seen.

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2005 (Australia) See more »

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Compelling Viewing
13 February 2010 | by mjelias78See all my reviews

This true crime series create dramatizations of some of the most shocking murders committed in Australia.

Hosted by Steve Liebman the show features dramatizations of the crimes as well as interviews with people involve in either the investigating and reporting of the crime/s when they happened or people closely related to the actual victims or murderers.

Interesting and informative, it doesn't glorify, it just presents the facts. Great if you are interested in the details but some of the information may not be for the squeamish.

Some of these crimes you may be old enough to remember, and some you may be either too young to recall or may have happened before your time.

The attention to the detail and the interviews with some of the investigators in how they went about apprehending the criminals is fascinating viewing, especially considering some of these crimes were solved without modern techniques.

All in all a fantastic show-best appreciated either on DVD or on Foxtels Criminal Investigation at network. This is also screened on free to air TV on Channel 9 however some of the dramatisations are edited.

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