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Coroner finds Kirra-Lea McLoughlin’s death caused by de facto partner – ABC News

A Queensland coroner has found a 27-year-old Gympie woman whose death has remained unsolved for almost seven years died from injuries caused by her de facto partner….

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A Queensland coroner has found a 27-year-old Gympie woman whose death has remained unsolved for almost seven years died from injuries caused by her de facto partner.
Key points:

  • Kirra-Lea McLoughlin had more than 100 bruises on her body when she died in 2014
  • No-one has ever been charged over her death
  • During the inquest experts cast doubt on some of the possible explanations that had been given by people present on the night before her death

Deputy State Coroner Jane Bentley handed down her findings…

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