Hundreds of descendants and supporters of Ned Kelly bade farewell to the infamous Australian bushranger at a requiem mass on Friday, some 132 years after he was executed for killing three policemen.
This undated photo, released by the the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine (VIFM) shows the headless remains of Ned Kelly, pictured at the the VIFM mortuary in Victoria. The headless remains of infamous Australian bushranger have finally been ladi to rest, 132 years after he was executed for killing three policemen.
His memory still divides the nation, with some believing he was a cold-blooded killer, while others see him as a folk hero and symbol of Irish-Australian defiance against British colonial authorities.
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