Well-known businessman and Auckland mayoral hopeful Leo Molloy is appealing his sentence and conviction for breaching a suppression order in the Grace Millane murder case, Stuff reports. Millane, a British backpacker, was murdered sometime between December 1 and 2, 2018, by Auckland man Jesse Shane Kempson. Molloy was convicted of breaching suppression, given 350 hours of community work and fined $15,000.
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