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A DNA sample from one of Kelly's descendants confirmed that one of the skeletons - which was missing most of its skull - was that of the notorious Kelly, said Victoria Attorney General Robert Clark.
"To think a group of scientists could identify the body of a man who was executed more than 130 years ago, moved and buried in a haphazard fashion among 33 other prisoners, most of whom are not identified, is amazing," Mr. Clark said.