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GG.exe

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oh ok....the men were all dressed in black, balaclavas, car license plate removed, etc. They'll try to track them down.
 

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surprisingly, the case of emma jade pawelski has not attracted a larger audience.

At about 5.15 p.m. on Sunday 4 December 2005, the badly beaten and burned body of Emma Pawelski, aged 30 years, was discovered in the Mount Crawford Forrest by a bushwalker.

This location was approximately 8km south east of Williamstown and off Chalks Road Mount Crawford. The area was a sealed section of forest with access to vehicles blocked by locked gates. It is believed that the body of Ms Pawelski was dumped at this location with the murder scene itself being at some other place. Ms Pawelski was located on the side of a track about 300 metres from the locked gate off of Chalks Road.

The last positive sighting of Ms Pawelski was on Saturday, 26 November 2005 when she was seen walking on Regency Road, Prospect, carrying a cat.

A post-mortem determined she died from head injuries received during an assault.

Parts of a distinctive burnt belt which was not Emma's, was found with her.

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This is her Mum with an appeal, a re-enactment and statement by the lead detective follows in the video. It's suggested Emma's 'friends and associates' may have picked her up which is probably fuelling talk of Emma's involvement with an outlaw motorcycle club, the Gypsy Jokers.



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Kurve

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GG.exe

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Mr Hayward ran his own company Firey Productions, based in the South West town of Bunbury, which went into liquidation in September owing $440,235.76 to the Australian Tax Office.
 

BFew

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'While each state has their own DNA databanks there has been no national approach up until today.'

'A national audit is being undertaken which will reveal the exact amount of remains and how many DNA reference samples from relatives exist.
"We are going to run this program for two and a half years; now we have this centralised facility with the best experts, equipment, and techniques to apply to all these remains," Prof Ward said.
"So we are now asking police across all the states and territories to audit, prioritise and submit cases to us to process."'


In today's Australian Newspaper (p2)

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GG.exe

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Owes $400k to the ATO, sitting on $7m earnings, and faces multiple charges of child sexual assault....and....wants to remain an MP.
 

GG.exe

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No his company is in liquidation due to owing $400k.
I assume his $7million is personal wealth.
Don't you know anything about being a shonky businessman?
All i know is a wealthy person sets up a company, where legally the company is indebted, not the individual(s) who finance it, and so often get away with tax avoidance, liquidations, etc.
 

BFew

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Is Sydney's Daily Telegraph really bringing back the p3 'model' thing?
(like their UK cousin - The Sun- used to have)
See below from today's paper as non-circumstantial evidence.

Or is p3 now being reserved for bikie/crime exclusives, and the adjacent models, just there to draw people's eyeballs to this page, in the hope they will read the bikie/crime article?

More importantly, this suppressed for 3 years Sydney bikie assassination super-trial, might become a lot more public from Monday morning according to this p3 article.

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'While each state has their own DNA databanks there has been no national approach up until today.'

'A national audit is being undertaken which will reveal the exact amount of remains and how many DNA reference samples from relatives exist.
"We are going to run this program for two and a half years; now we have this centralised facility with the best experts, equipment, and techniques to apply to all these remains," Prof Ward said.
"So we are now asking police across all the states and territories to audit, prioritise and submit cases to us to process."'


In today's Australian Newspaper (p2)

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A similar article yesterday/today

'Traditional DNA profiling that examines unique length variations in the human genome can identify a match to a sample of DNA.

But the more advanced technique examines the sequence and compares it to a reference library of ancient human populations to provide results the AFP says are “more informative”'




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BFew

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Is Sydney's Daily Telegraph really bringing back the p3 'model' thing?
(like their UK cousin - The Sun- used to have)
See below from today's paper as non-circumstantial evidence.

Or is p3 now being reserved for bikie/crime exclusives, and the adjacent models, just there to draw people's eyeballs to this page, in the hope they will read the bikie/crime article?

More importantly, this suppressed for 3 years Sydney bikie assassination super-trial, might become a lot more public from Monday morning according to this p3 article.

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Nothing in the media on this case so far this week, as was alluded to in the article.
The application for continued secrecy must have either been successful or the hearing or decision delayed.
 

Kurve

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Hard to believe nobody noticed the car in the creek for 45 years.

US officials believe the discovery of human remains in a car at the bottom of an Alabama creek has solved the mystery of a student who went missing 45 years ago.
In 1976, Kyle Wade Clinkscales left LaGrange, Georgia, to drive back to Auburn in Alabama, but never arrived.
The disappearance of the 22-year-old and his 1974 Pinto has never been solved.
But on Tuesday a member of the public spotted the car submerged in the creek.
After pulling the vehicle out, investigators confirmed that the car belonged to Clinkscales.

 

BFew

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this suppressed for 3 years Sydney bikie assassination super-trial, might become a lot more public from Monday morning according to this p3 article.

non-publication and suppression orders on these cases were lifted today.

 

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Both these scum bags ended up getting pretty short sentences for their crimes. Again - you'd be doing more time for holding up a bank.

 

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Both these scum bags ended up getting pretty short sentences for their crimes. Again - you'd be doing more time for holding up a bank.


Parole in 1 year and 4 years.

So they just need to behave while in male only company under supervision, and convince someone they are sorry.
How anyone knows the difference between being sorry for their crime, or being sorry they were caught i don't know.
 

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