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Kristina Keneally’s son pleads not guilty to fabricating evidence

Last month, Constable Daniel Keneally was charged with fabricating evidence. This charge arose from Keneally submitting a report of a man named Luke Moore threatening to kill a police officer, which resulted in Moore being refused bail and spending time in jail for three weeks.

Moore had apparently recorded his discussion with Keneally jnr, and it is alleged that recording showed that Keneally’s report was false.

A Sydney court has been informed Constable Daniel Keneally will contest the charge.

Constable Daniel Keneally is the son of former NSW Premier and federal Senator Kristina Keneally.

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