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Anu Singh was charged with Joe Cinque's murder but was convicted of manslaughter. She is outraged that her point of view is not made known in Helen Garner's book, Joe Cinque's Consolation.

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    y separately published work icon The Canberra Times 14 August 2004 Z1136225 2004 newspaper issue 2004 pg. B7 Section: Forum
    Note: Correction printed in The Canberra Times, 17 August 2004 p.2.
    'In her column on Saturday Angela Shanahan had originally written that author Helen Garner, in researching for her book Joe Cinque's Consolation, had made attempts to contact Anu Singh, directly and via her family. Shanahan had written that the Singhs and Anu did not cooperate. This was changed by a sub-editor to suggest that the Cinque family had not cooperated........'
Last amended 17 Aug 2004 10:55:55
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