ABC exclusive – corrupt cop breaks his silence over missing teenager

The Barrenjoey Road investigation has prompted Standen to speak out for the first time since being jailed in 2008.

As part of the ABC’s true crime investigation series Barrenjoey Road, journalists Ruby Jones and Neil Mercer have revealed breakthrough evidence demonstrating a long and deep friendship between career criminal Neville Tween, aka John Anderson, and corrupt former NSW Crime Commission investigator, Mark Standen.

The revelations are made in tonight’s episode of the documentary series Barrenjoey Road, airing on ABC TV at 8.30pm and in series two of the podcast, Unravel: True Crime. Barrenjoey Road sheds new light on the mystery disappearance of 18-year-old Trudie Adams on Sydney’s northern beaches 40 years ago.

The Barrenjoey Road investigation has prompted Standen to speak out for the first time since being jailed in 2008.

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