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MCCULKIN COLD CASE TRIAL: O'Dempsey refuses to give evidence at his trial

Accused triple-murderer Vincent O'Dempsey has decided not to give evidence at his trial at the Brisbane Supreme Court. 
The 78-year-old is accused of murdering Barbara McCulkin and her two daughters Vicki and Leanne in January 1974.
Both the prosecution and the defence will begin their closing arguments on Monday.
(Photo: Barbara McCulkin (right) and her daughters Vicky (left) and Leanne (centre) disappeared from their home on January 16, 1974. Toowoomba Chronicle.)

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