Dr Geoffrey Boughey was a Tasmanian GP who graduated in medicine in the UK. He migrated to Tasmania and entered practice in 1972. His popular practice came to an end dramatically in late 1983 when his new Fijian bride with whom he engaged in extreme sexual techniques, died after a lovemaking session at his home. Boughey was subsequently sentenced to life-imprisonment for murder and was released on parole in December 1991.
He refused interviews with all media including networks such as 60 minutes and through a friend made contact with the author several years after his release.
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