The Whiskey Au Go Go - new light on an old Brisbane corruption question

The recent trial of Vincent O'Dempsey for the 1974 murders of Barbara McCulkin and her two daughters opened up some of the ghosts of Queensland's past corruption when the motive was linked to the infamous Whiskey Au Go Go nightclub fire that killed 15 people.

Following the murder verdict, a royal commission into the Whiskey firebombing was announced. John Jiggens spoke to Matt Condon about the trial and the royal commission.

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