Mark Morri worked in the 1980s as a crime reporter, covering the Sydney gangland murders, the Father's Day Bikie massacre and the abduction of Sydney schoolgirl Samantha Knight. Promoted to Chief of Staff at the Daily Mirror, he still specialised in crime reporting, covering the Port Arthur massacre in 1996 and the backpacker mruders by Ivan Milat. He worked for a brief time on the New York Post before returning to the Daily Telegraph again as Chief of Staff. Over the past thirty-five years, Mark has covered nearly every major crime in Sydney, building contacts throughout the police force (and the criminal world). He lives in Sydney and is currently the crime editor of the Sydney Daily Telegraph. Deborah Wallace joined the NSW Police Force in 1983, starting at the Blacktown station. She gained notoriety early in her career, when she was involved in the investigation into the murder of 26-year-old nurse Anita Cobby. Deborah rose in the ranks to Detective Superintendent and commanded various specialist squads, including the South East Asian Crime Squad, Middle Eastern Organised Crime and Strike Force Raptor. She retired in December 2019. She lives in Sydney.