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  1. shellyg

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    The night before 15-year-old Brayden Dillon died, he messaged his mates, trying to organise a group trip to the Sydney Royal Easter Show on Good Friday.

    It was to his friends he had also expressed concern that someone was after him over his older brother's alleged wrong doings.

    By the next morning, Brayden was dead.

    He was sleeping in the bed at his Glenfield home in Sydney's south-west when a masked intruder stormed inside and shot him in the head at close range.

    The gunmen managed to push past Brayden's mother, allegedly pointing a pistol at her before going to find the sleeping teenager upstairs just after 6am on April 14.

    After a three-month investigation, and a day out from what should have been Brayden's 16th birthday, homicide detectives charged his alleged killer.

    Twenty-six-year-old Conrad Craig was arrested at the dilapidated house in Seven Hills he had been frequenting since late March.

    Detectives are now looking closely at who Mr Craig associated with and who his friends were to establish links between him and Brayden.

    One dominant theory police were investigating was whether Brayden was killed as retribution for his older brother Joshua's alleged role in a fatal brawl in the city's south-west last year.
    Joshua Dillon, 18, James Rivera and a 17-year-old were charged with murder following the fatal fight in Panania June 2016. Eighteen-year-old TAFE student Adam Abu-Mahmoud was stabbed in the street corner confrontation and died.

    https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw...efore-shot-dead-in-sleep-20170711-gx8u4d.html


    On 23rd October, a sixth man was charged over the alleged murder of 15-year-old Brayden Dillon in his bedroom last year, after an airport arrest in Sydney.

    New South Wales Police swooped on Mohamed Abu-Mahmoud this morning, after his flight from the United States landed at Sydney International Airport.

    He was taken to Surry Hills Police Station and charged with accessory after the fact to murder, knowingly participate in criminal group assist crime, and do act with intent to pervert the course of justice.

    Police will allege in court he coordinated and oversaw the facilitation of the provision of false affidavits on behalf of others and passed information relating to the murder between various people.

    Police believe the alleged murder — in which Mr Dillon was shot while he slept in his family's Glenfield home on Good Friday last year — was a revenge killing.

    It is the second airport arrest over Mr Dillon's death in less than a week.

    On Friday, Mohamed Abu-Mahmoud's brother Abdul was charged with murder after spending more than a year abroad in Thailand.

    Homicide detectives arrested him at Sydney International Airport after he arrived home on a flight from the resort island of Phuket.

    Police allege that Abdul Abu-Mahmoud organised the cold-blooded assassination out of revenge for the murder of his nephew, Adam.

    While Abdul Abu-Mahmoud did not pull the trigger, it is alleged that he hired gunman Craig Conrad to kill Mr Dillon.

    Mr Conrad, his sister and two other people have also been charged over the alleged killing and currently remain before the courts

    THE LATEST 30 October 2018

    Today via 7 News Sydney - "Officers from the police tactical unit have just smashed their way into a criminal lawyer's home at Brighton-Le-Sands searching for Ali Abbas in connection with the execution-style murder of 15-year-old Brayden Dillon. Earlier, his office in the city was raided."

    A number of criminal lawyers are under investigation for allegedly helping fabricate evidence after the teenager's murder.

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-10-30/police-raid-sydney-office-of-lawyer-over-brayden-dillon-case/10448446
     
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  2. GreyCrow

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    Just a sad story. I hope IF the lawyers are found to be guilty as charged that they are stripped of their credentials and sent to jail also
     
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    Same.

    One in custody and charged. He could do ten years.

    They also found stun guns and $30,000 cash in his office.

    Lawyer Ali Abbas charged over plot linked to murder of teenager Brayden Dillon

    SYDNEY criminal lawyer Ali Abbas has been charged with accessory after the fact to the murder of 15-year-old Brayden Dillon.

    Abbas, who has acted for killer cop Glen McNamara and slain bikie boss Mick Hawi, has also been charged with knowingly participate in a criminal group and doing an act with intent to pervert the course of justice.

    Police will allege Abbas co-ordinated and facilitated of the provision of false affidavits to distance key suspects from the fatal shooting and passed information relating to the murder between various people.

    He has also been charged with taking a mobile phone into a jail to be used by an inmate.

    https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/n...n/news-story/a3af632f8b6c2d1800db275f17bbee91
     
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    Sounds a bit like the Nicholas Markowitz case.
     
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    I remember a bit about that, horribly sad.
     
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