Thurston breaks silence on Coffs scandal

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JOHNATHAN Thurston today becomes the first Bulldogs player to give his version of the Coffs Harbour scandal that engulfed the club 14-years ago — revealing in an exclusive book extract what he says happened the night a woman claimed she was gang raped by six players. If you cannot read this email please click here
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