AFP detective doubted reports of terror accused's death

By William Ton
Updated May 15 2024 - 5:45pm, first published 5:39pm
Neil Prakash is facing Melbourne Magistrates Court accused of six terrorism-related offences. (HANDOUT/AAP)
Neil Prakash is facing Melbourne Magistrates Court accused of six terrorism-related offences. (HANDOUT/AAP)

The detective who led the investigation to bring home one of Australia's most wanted alleged terrorists believed he was too good to be killed despite reports of his death.

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