Gentleman Brady and Vile Jeffries - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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Matthew Brady was considered chivalrous, a man who used violence only in self-defence. Dubbed the Gentleman Bushranger, due his fine manners and his way with the ladies. Brady was charming and a little bit mischievous with a cheeky sparkle in his eye.

Mark Jeffries was not like Matthew Brady.

Beyond his dead eyed stare was an empty perverted soul who just wanted to watch the world burn, possibly while he had nonconsensual sex with it. Jeffries was a sadist, a ruthless killer, a sexual predator, a baby executioner and cannibal.
Both were being hunted by the notorious bounty hunter Batman… John Batman.

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Sources:, Matthew Brady, Thomas Jeffries. Wikitree, Thomas Jeffries (abt. 1790 – 1826)., Mark Jefferies. Colonial Times, 6 January 1826. Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser (Hobart, Tas. : 1825 – 1827) Fri 10 Mar 1826 Page 2 THE BUSH-RANGERS. Australian Dictionary of Biography, Brady, Matthew (c. 1799–1826) by L. L. Robson., Matthew “Gentleman Bushranger” Brady. The Companion to Tasmanian History” Matthew Brady. Mercury Newspaper, Tasmania’s Gentleman Bushranger turns tables on colonial rulers to public’s delight, John Wright, October 11, 2018. Undaunted: The Irish in Australia by John Wright., Matthew Brady, Birth of Australian Morality. The Examiner, JULY 2, 2017, Tasmania’s bushranger history by Piia Wirsu. R. v. Jeffries and others [1826]. Hobart Town Gazette, 29 April 1826. History of Australian Bushranging, Volume I, by Charles White.

Aussie As Sources: Mobility scooter madness: Melbourne man reveals how he saved rogue 92-year-old, Sam Hussey, 7 News Monday, May 13, 2019. Moment 92-Year-Old Drives Mobility Scooter Along Busy Motorway Before Telling Motorist To F**k Off, Rebecca Shepherd, Lad Bible, May 14, 2019

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