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Daniel Fogarty
March 17, 2011


Arthur Freeman was suffering from a major depressive disorder and possible psychosis when he threw his daughter Darcey off the West Gate Bridge, a defence psychiatrist says.

Professor Graham Burrows told a Melbourne jury he believes Freeman was severely dissociated and "didn't really know what was going on" when he threw Darcey off the bridge on January 29, 2009.

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