did you know that the police were in civilian clothes disguised to look like gold prospectors but were more akin to bounty hunters of the old American West. did you know Sgnt Kennedy knew where Stringybark Creek was at least 15 months before the shootout with the Kellys because he had been witness to a court hearing about a hut burning there , yet the 1881 Royal Commission into the Police force and the Kelly outbreak records he was shown where to camp at Stringybark Ck only 2 weeks before the shootout there?did you know Sgnt Kennedy had been tipped off- knowing where the Kellys were hiding - it was no accident they were camped at Stringybark Creek.As more and more of the Kelly story unfolds, far from being seen as an outlaw, Ned Kelly will become an Australian icon.~ ~ This website is dedicated to report on stories and research to do with Kelly and the gang.did you know Mc Intyre wasnot harmed as Ned said he would not do so, - but Mc Intyre changed his story 3 timesin defence of the police actions out of loyalty, yet the police themselvespersecuted Const Mc Intyre.these stories and more can be read at 'Two Huts at Stringybark Creek' story 7 did you know that because Ned Kelly was declared anoutlaw by an act of Parliament, he legally could not be trialled for anything after that Parliament had been dissolved for an upcoming election, and the following trial for Ned Kelly was conducted illegally.This page will show how highly respected journalist Mike Munro, presenter of the series LAWLESS, unwittingly has been led astray by pseudo archaeology, and sanctioned by officialdom, for the purpose to dumb down future visitors to Stringy-Bark Creek North of Mansfield, where the police were shot by the Kelly gang 1878.All shrange considering one would think this topic involving law enforcements would allow lawless dishonesty sweep aside years of dedicated researchers?
did you know Edward Kelly and his brother Dan were only wanted for an alleged offence, yet a massive man hunt with rewards were mounted for their arrest. It wasn't the police that were bad, but the system was bad.  In pursuit of truth and balance, the following facts are in support of Ned Kelly and does not sit well with contradictory views.- Regarding the 1878 police party that set out to apprehend the Kellys, - did you know that in the course of their paid duties Sergeant Kennedy and Cnst Scanlan had shared a substantial reward fora previous man arrest.In March 2014, Bill and Leo Kennedy identify a most likely spot where his G Grandfather Sergeant Kennedy was murdered .Admin Dee says, I am sure that most "Pro Kelly" people are NOT afraid of debate and challenge and critical review of Kelly history, and would NOT support the action of the small fringe of Kelly bullies and thought forum Police who intrude on every discussion about Ned Kelly with the intent of shutting it down censoring it and stifling debate.