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Walcha murder trial: Tamworth orthopaedic surgeon Max Leibenson happy with Mathew Dunbar’s leg injury, murder trial hears | The Northern Daily Leader

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The day before Mathew Dunbar was found dead in his bed, a Tamworth orthopaedic surgeon says he told the Walcha grazier he was “extremely happy” with the improvement in his leg injury. But Natasha Beth Darcy, who’s accused of murdering Mr Dunbar, told authorities her live-in-partner had received bad news from the specialist and said she would be better off without him. The now 46-year-old told police Mr Dunbar said: “You know just because the cops took my guns doesn’t mean I still can’t kill myself.” Darcy has pleaded not guilty to murdering the 42-year-old sheep farmer on his…



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