ON THIS DAY IN 1985, the High Court of Australia delivered R v Crabbe  HCA 22; (1985) 156 CLR 464 (26 March 1985). Douglas Crabbe killed five people and injured many more when he drove a Mack truck into a bar at Uluru after being refused service of alcohol. He was tried for murder on the grounds of recklessness as opposed to intent.
“…a person who, without lawful justification or excuse, does an act knowing that it is probable that death or grievous bodily harm will result, is guilty of murder if death in fact results.”
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