Edward Kelly gives statement of his murders of Sargeant Kennedy and others and makes other threats - Public Record Office Victoria - Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)
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Title: Edward Kelly gives statement of his murders of Sargeant Kennedy and others and makes other threats
Creator: Public Record Office Victoria
Provenance: VPRS 4966 UNIT 1 ITEM 3 RECORD 1
Transcript: [T12640 6] witnesses the man who the trooper swore was Skillion can prove Williamsons innocence besides other important evidence which can be brought on the prisoners behalf. The trooper after speaking to this man rode to the house and Dan came out he asked Dan to go to Greta with him. Dan asked him what for and he said he had a warrant for him for stealing Whittys horses. They both went inside Dan was having something to eat the trooper was impatient & Mrs. Kelly asked him what he wanted Dan for and he said he had a warrant for him. Dan said produce your warrant & he said he had none it was only a telegram from Chiltern. Mrs. Kelly said he need not go unless he liked without a warrant. She told the trooper he had no business on her premises without some authority besides his own word. He pulled out his revolver and said he would blow her brains out if she interfered in the arrest Mrs. Kelly said if Ned was here he would ram the revolver down his throat. To frighten the trooper Dan said Ned is coming now, the trooper looked around to see if it was true Dan dropped the knife and fork which showed he had no murderous intention clapped Keenans hug on him took his revolver and threw him and part of the door