" I am the last that carries public favour or dreads the public frown. Let the hand of the law strike me down if it will; but I ask my story be heard and considered". Edward Kelly, November 1st, 1880 from his cell in Her Majesty's Gaol, Melbourne. (Dictated to David Gaunson)
Read the Jerilderie letter spoken by Ned Kelly and written down by Joe Byrne, in 1879, in which he expresses his innocence and wish for justice for his family and the poor Irish selectors of Victoria.