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Warrin Mundine
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Biographical information
Full name Warrin Mundine
Gender Male
Status Alive
Birth 1949
Nationality Flag of Australia Australian
Residence Northern Territory, Australia
Profession(s) Aboriginal lobbyist
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case
First appeared Case #35: Six Feet Down Under (s3)

Warrin Mundine was a suspect in the murder investigation of media mogul Rufus Murlock in Six Feet Down Under (Case #35 of World Edition).

Profile

Warrin is a 67-year-old aboriginal lobbyist. He dons a red and yellow bandana, a white shirt under a black jacket, and several necklaces. It is known that Warrin eats veggiemite and drinks Shiraz.

Height 5'9"
Age 67
Weight 190 lbs
Eyes brown
Blood B+

Events of Criminal Case

Warrin became a suspect after the player and Carmen found his guitar with a belligerent message to the victim. He said that although he did not care for the victim, but did not resolve his anger through any physical violence. When asked what Rufus did to make him angry, Warrin explained the victim sent out reporters to do a piece on Aboriginal culture, which would allegedly save their land. However, the articles made them look like savages, causing them to lose their land as a result.

Warrin was interrogated again about a news article saying he made a deal with the victim to sell his people's land to build a casino. He said the entire article was hogwash; his people's land would be spared and they would help build the casino. Rufus' article made him out to be a traitor to his people and culture, making other Aborigines lose trust in him.

Warrin was later revealed to be innocent after the team incarcerated Veronica Salter for Rufus' murder.

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