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What's snowdropping?

5000 undies is a lot of undies to steal. Surely if wearing women's undies is your kink you can just ******* buy them. Can't imagine how violated some of the victims would feel

Snowdropping

Snowdropping refers to stealing womens underware, usually from clothslines, for erotic stimulation.
Some snowdropping w***er has pinched my undies.

 

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Just saw the raw footage of this on Facebook, pretty sickening stuff.

At some stage we will learn that going the opposite way in conflict is the best approach, regardless of them carrying a weapon.
Following on from this and news articles it’s going to be a very interesting hearing regarding if it’s self defence/manslaughter or murder. The group with the knife were actually retreating and a member of the opposite group was the one who kept after them and antagonising them, their deceased friend actually rushed the knife wielder and I’d assume was calling his bluff and it’s backfired. Carrying a knife in public could possibly suggest ‘intent to kill’ if it was to go that way. Might make a thread on this one to follow it.
 

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I'm not really sure where else to post this, but I figured it's crime related so this thread will do...


I can usually smell a scam from a mile away.

Yesterday morning while I was dealing with something (unrelated) urgent, I received a text message from Bendigo Bank alerting me to suspicious activity on my account. The text message included a direct link to the Bendigo website. Most likely because I had other things on my mind, I clicked on the link.

The link took me to the Bendigo log in page - a page I am very familiar with that I use almost on a daily basis. Feeling anxious about the possibility of unauthorised transaction(s) linked to my account, I entered my login details.

After logging in, it took me to a page where it asked me to approve or disapprove a $4,000 pending transaction. I disapproved of the transaction and a pop up box acknowledged my selection and asked me to confirm my details for security purposes. I provided my name, DOB and phone number. I know others will be reading this thinking I was stupid and foolish, and I'm OK with that. Let's be honest, I'd be thinking the same thing if I was reading this post from another author.

About 20 minutes later, I received a phone call from a bloke with an Irish accent explaining he was from the Bendigo bank security team. He addressed me by my full name and he wanted to know if I had a large pending transaction on my account because he suspects my account may be compromised. He wanted to know if I had received a text message with a link. I told him I had received and opened the link - I told him everything I had done after clicking on the link.

The bloke told me that Bendigo bank will never send me a text message with a link, and 9/10 times if I receive a text message with a link, it's a scram. He referred to this as a 'fishing' scam.

He said the pending transaction is from Spain. He wanted to know if I was holidaying there. He said it was linked to a bloke named 'Muhammed'. He wanted to confirm if I was in Spain or if I know someone by that name. He then explained that it doesn't appear as though any money has been taken from my account and he was going to help cancel my online banking account and set up a new online account because someone had gained unauthorised access to my account.

Even though he was saying all the right (convincing) things, I was a bit skeptical at this stage, and I mentioned that to him.

He then told me to grab a pen and write down his name. He spelled his name out in full. He then told me he'd provide me with a reference number for the phone call - he provided this. He then provided me with details of my most recent pending transactions (small transactions I was responsible for). This only strengthened my thoughts that it may have been a genuine phone call after all.

He then said he is going to go right ahead and immediately cancel my current online account and set up a new one. This is the sort of content you'd expect to hear from someone in security if your account really has been compromised, so my level of skepticism began to lower.

He then told me in order to finalise the new online banking account, he'd need me to provide my VIP access code. This is when alarm bells started ringing. I started thinking why on Earth would he be asking for that? I knew this is something a bank wouldn't ask for, nor would they require.

At this stage I told him, "I don't mean any disrespect to you, but I am still a bit skeptical so what I'll be doing is hanging up and calling Bendigo Bank directly, and at least that way I can be satisfied that I am speaking to someone from Bendigo."

He responded, "I understand. That's perfectly fine. Just be aware that we are quite busy and you could be on hold for over an hour, and if someone was to access your online banking in that time, any transactions won't be able to be cancelled or reversed."

Hearing that at the time my immediate thoughts were he is trying to encourage me to provide my VIP access code (this is a two way security feature for those unaware). Having had even more time to now reflect on that, if my account really had been compromised, obviously the Bank would put immediate measures in place to cancel my account immediately to prevent unauthorised access.

I hung up the phone and went into my branch and explained everything to the teller. She agreed it was a scam, a sophisticated one at that, and she confirmed the contact name and reference number I was provided to be bogus. She said she hadn't come across an elaborate scam like that before.

I'm pretty annoyed at myself for having clicked on that link to start with. Any other day, if I wasn't busy dealing with other urgent matters, I'd have had time to contact Bendigo Bank myself. I didn't have time to call them and I panicked thinking if I didn't act quickly enough I could be in some trouble.

Thankfully I still had some level of common sense not to provide my VIP access code otherwise that would have been curtains. Even though someone had clearly gained access to my online transactions, I haven't lost any money and the bank put immediate measures in place to prevent my account from being compromised.
 

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I'm not really sure where else to post this, but I figured it's crime related so this thread will do...


I can usually smell a scam from a mile away.

Yesterday morning while I was dealing with something (unrelated) urgent, I received a text message from Bendigo Bank alerting me to suspicious activity on my account. The text message included a direct link to the Bendigo website. Most likely because I had other things on my mind, I clicked on the link.

The link took me to the Bendigo log in page - a page I am very familiar with that I use almost on a daily basis. Feeling anxious about the possibility of unauthorised transaction(s) linked to my account, I entered my login details.

After logging in, it took me to a page where it asked me to approve or disapprove a $4,000 pending transaction. I disapproved of the transaction and a pop up box acknowledged my selection and asked me to confirm my details for security purposes. I provided my name, DOB and phone number. I know others will be reading this thinking I was stupid and foolish, and I'm OK with that. Let's be honest, I'd be thinking the same thing if I was reading this post from another author.

About 20 minutes later, I received a phone call from a bloke with an Irish accent explaining he was from the Bendigo bank security team. He addressed me by my full name and he wanted to know if I had a large pending transaction on my account because he suspects my account may be compromised. He wanted to know if I had received a text message with a link. I told him I had received and opened the link - I told him everything I had done after clicking on the link.

The bloke told me that Bendigo bank will never send me a text message with a link, and 9/10 times if I receive a text message with a link, it's a scram. He referred to this as a 'fishing' scam.

He said the pending transaction is from Spain. He wanted to know if I was holidaying there. He said it was linked to a bloke named 'Muhammed'. He wanted to confirm if I was in Spain or if I know someone by that name. He then explained that it doesn't appear as though any money has been taken from my account and he was going to help cancel my online banking account and set up a new online account because someone had gained unauthorised access to my account.

Even though he was saying all the right (convincing) things, I was a bit skeptical at this stage, and I mentioned that to him.

He then told me to grab a pen and write down his name. He spelled his name out in full. He then told me he'd provide me with a reference number for the phone call - he provided this. He then provided me with details of my most recent pending transactions (small transactions I was responsible for). This only strengthened my thoughts that it may have been a genuine phone call after all.

He then said he is going to go right ahead and immediately cancel my current online account and set up a new one. This is the sort of content you'd expect to hear from someone in security if your account really has been compromised, so my level of skepticism began to lower.

He then told me in order to finalise the new online banking account, he'd need me to provide my VIP access code. This is when alarm bells started ringing. I started thinking why on Earth would he be asking for that? I knew this is something a bank wouldn't ask for, nor would they require.

At this stage I told him, "I don't mean any disrespect to you, but I am still a bit skeptical so what I'll be doing is hanging up and calling Bendigo Bank directly, and at least that way I can be satisfied that I am speaking to someone from Bendigo."

He responded, "I understand. That's perfectly fine. Just be aware that we are quite busy and you could be on hold for over an hour, and if someone was to access your online banking in that time, any transactions won't be able to be cancelled or reversed."

Hearing that at the time my immediate thoughts were he is trying to encourage me to provide my VIP access code (this is a two way security feature for those unaware). Having had even more time to now reflect on that, if my account really had been compromised, obviously the Bank would put immediate measures in place to cancel my account immediately to prevent unauthorised access.

I hung up the phone and went into my branch and explained everything to the teller. She agreed it was a scam, a sophisticated one at that, and she confirmed the contact name and reference number I was provided to be bogus. She said she hadn't come across an elaborate scam like that before.

I'm pretty annoyed at myself for having clicked on that link to start with. Any other day, if I wasn't busy dealing with other urgent matters, I'd have had time to contact Bendigo Bank myself. I didn't have time to call them and I panicked thinking if I didn't act quickly enough I could be in some trouble.

Thankfully I still had some level of common sense not to provide my VIP access code otherwise that would have been curtains. Even though someone had clearly gained access to my online transactions, I haven't lost any money and the bank put immediate measures in place to prevent my account from being compromised.
Thank goodness for your radar, you averted possible disaster. Yes, clicking on links in text messages is probably the worst thing anyone can do, but somewhat understandable, they were very convincing. Wow, this is a very sophisticated scam, I bet they've conned a lot of people.

To anyone else who gets a text from their bank, don't click on anything. Nothing beats either going into a branch or calling a genuine phone number from the bank's (real) website. Might be a bit inconvenient but better safe than sorry.

The only silly thing I've done (so far) is put my credit card details on an unsecured website. As soon as I realised and the radar started pricking, I rang the bank (feeling stupid). They couldn't have been nicer and immediately cancelled the card and issued a new one.

Thanks for your post.
 

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I'm not really sure where else to post this, but I figured it's crime related so this thread will do...


I can usually smell a scam from a mile away.

Yesterday morning while I was dealing with something (unrelated) urgent, I received a text message from Bendigo Bank alerting me to suspicious activity on my account. The text message included a direct link to the Bendigo website. Most likely because I had other things on my mind, I clicked on the link.

The link took me to the Bendigo log in page - a page I am very familiar with that I use almost on a daily basis. Feeling anxious about the possibility of unauthorised transaction(s) linked to my account, I entered my login details.

After logging in, it took me to a page where it asked me to approve or disapprove a $4,000 pending transaction. I disapproved of the transaction and a pop up box acknowledged my selection and asked me to confirm my details for security purposes. I provided my name, DOB and phone number. I know others will be reading this thinking I was stupid and foolish, and I'm OK with that. Let's be honest, I'd be thinking the same thing if I was reading this post from another author.

About 20 minutes later, I received a phone call from a bloke with an Irish accent explaining he was from the Bendigo bank security team. He addressed me by my full name and he wanted to know if I had a large pending transaction on my account because he suspects my account may be compromised. He wanted to know if I had received a text message with a link. I told him I had received and opened the link - I told him everything I had done after clicking on the link.

The bloke told me that Bendigo bank will never send me a text message with a link, and 9/10 times if I receive a text message with a link, it's a scram. He referred to this as a 'fishing' scam.

He said the pending transaction is from Spain. He wanted to know if I was holidaying there. He said it was linked to a bloke named 'Muhammed'. He wanted to confirm if I was in Spain or if I know someone by that name. He then explained that it doesn't appear as though any money has been taken from my account and he was going to help cancel my online banking account and set up a new online account because someone had gained unauthorised access to my account.

Even though he was saying all the right (convincing) things, I was a bit skeptical at this stage, and I mentioned that to him.

He then told me to grab a pen and write down his name. He spelled his name out in full. He then told me he'd provide me with a reference number for the phone call - he provided this. He then provided me with details of my most recent pending transactions (small transactions I was responsible for). This only strengthened my thoughts that it may have been a genuine phone call after all.

He then said he is going to go right ahead and immediately cancel my current online account and set up a new one. This is the sort of content you'd expect to hear from someone in security if your account really has been compromised, so my level of skepticism began to lower.

He then told me in order to finalise the new online banking account, he'd need me to provide my VIP access code. This is when alarm bells started ringing. I started thinking why on Earth would he be asking for that? I knew this is something a bank wouldn't ask for, nor would they require.

At this stage I told him, "I don't mean any disrespect to you, but I am still a bit skeptical so what I'll be doing is hanging up and calling Bendigo Bank directly, and at least that way I can be satisfied that I am speaking to someone from Bendigo."

He responded, "I understand. That's perfectly fine. Just be aware that we are quite busy and you could be on hold for over an hour, and if someone was to access your online banking in that time, any transactions won't be able to be cancelled or reversed."

Hearing that at the time my immediate thoughts were he is trying to encourage me to provide my VIP access code (this is a two way security feature for those unaware). Having had even more time to now reflect on that, if my account really had been compromised, obviously the Bank would put immediate measures in place to cancel my account immediately to prevent unauthorised access.

I hung up the phone and went into my branch and explained everything to the teller. She agreed it was a scam, a sophisticated one at that, and she confirmed the contact name and reference number I was provided to be bogus. She said she hadn't come across an elaborate scam like that before.

I'm pretty annoyed at myself for having clicked on that link to start with. Any other day, if I wasn't busy dealing with other urgent matters, I'd have had time to contact Bendigo Bank myself. I didn't have time to call them and I panicked thinking if I didn't act quickly enough I could be in some trouble.

Thankfully I still had some level of common sense not to provide my VIP access code otherwise that would have been curtains. Even though someone had clearly gained access to my online transactions, I haven't lost any money and the bank put immediate measures in place to prevent my account from being compromised.
Scammers are really becoming sophisticated !! One can understand how some people are unfortunately being scammed. Lucky you were are to detect the scam before any theft occurred.
 

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Snowdropping

Snowdropping refers to stealing womens underware, usually from clothslines, for erotic stimulation.
Some snowdropping w***er has pinched my undies.


Well you learn something new every day. This is something I didn't really want to learn though.
 

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'Slytherin, Gemini, Omicron-maxi: Experts push to give new Covid variants a name
Lack of snappy names for BA. 4 and BA. 5 is stopping people talking about the dangerous new Covid variants, experts say. What do you think they should be called?''

Why not name them after infamous serial killers?

I propose the next one be called, "Jack de Ripper".
 

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:) :):)

'Three charged over Easter Show fatal stabbing - Homicide Squad
Saturday, 16 July 2022 05:18:04 AM

Three teenagers have been charged by Homicide Squad detectives investigating the fatal stabbing of a teenager at the Sydney Royal Easter Show earlier this year.

Emergency services responded to the carnival ride section about 8pm on Monday 11 April 2022, following reports of a brawl during which two boys, aged 16 and 17, suffered stab wounds.

The older boy – who has since been identified as Uati "Pele" Faletolu – died enroute to hospital, while the younger boy underwent treatment for a wound to his leg and has since recovered.

Initial investigations into the incident were undertaken as part of a joint response involving detectives from Auburn Police Area Command, South West Metropolitan Region and the State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad, under Strike Force Calle.

Homicide Squad detectives then took carriage of the investigation, conducting several public appeals for information and other investigative activity.

As part of ongoing inquiries, an 18-year-old man was arrested at a home in Shalvey about 6.30am last Saturday (9 July 2022) and taken to Mt Druitt Police Station, where he was charged with murder.

He was refused bail and appeared at Parramatta Children’s Court the following day, where he was formally refused bail to reappear at the same court on Monday 18 July 2022.

About 5pm on Wednesday (13 July 2022), detectives – assisted by Raptor Squad and other specialist police – arrested a second man, aged 18, at Schofields Train Station.

He was taken to Riverstone Police Station and charged with murder, refused bail, and appeared at Blacktown Local Court on Thursday (14 July 2022), where he was formally refused bail to appear at Burwood Local Court on Wednesday 7 September 2022.

Following further inquiries, a third male – aged 14 – was arrested by investigators and the Raptor Squad in Arndell Park yesterday (Friday 15 July 2022).

He was taken to Blacktown Police Station and charged with murder. The teen was refused bail to appear before a children’s court today (Saturday 16 July 2022).

State Crime Commander, Acting Assistant Commissioner Jason Weinstein, said the arrests were the result of a long and protracted investigation by Homicide Squad detectives.

“From the outset police were met with a wall of silence from associates of those involved and undertook a painstaking investigative process to reach this point,” Acting Assistant Commissioner Weinstein said.

“This and other recent acts of knife crime that we’ve seen were senseless acts of violence which have had devastating consequences for victims, their families, and also those allegedly responsible.

“I implore young persons to think carefully about their choices and the consequences of carrying or using a knife and encourage parents to speak with their children about the dangers associated with it. I don’t want to see other families devastated like this.” Acting Assistant Commissioner Weinstein said.

Deputy Premier and Minister for Police Paul Toole said the arrests send a strong message that violence of any kind will not be tolerated.

“This was a shocking incident that played out publicly at one of Sydney’s most popular family events,” Mr Toole said.

“This breakthrough clearly shows that it doesn’t matter how long it takes, and no matter what obstacles police face, their investigations remain ongoing, and now three teenagers are facing murder charges.”'
 

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Hopefully only a Roo.

'Sun, 17 July 2022 6:19PM'

'Police are racing to a remote Goldfields mining outpost after a concerned bushwalker alerted authorities to a foul stench coming from a mine shaft.

Investigating officers as well as Fire and Emergency personnel from Kalgoorlie are travelling about 70 kilometres north to the Ora Banda area, off the Goldfields Highway.

Specialist rescue equipment is being transported to area.

The bushwalker called emergency services about 3.20pm on Sunday.

They could “smell something from a mineshaft”, according to a Department of Emergency Services spokeswoman.

Ora Banda is infamous for the 2000 sniper-style assassination of Gypsy Joker'
 

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Ora Banda is infamous for the 2000 sniper-style assassination of Gypsy Joker'
'The town hit the headlines in 2000 when Gypsy Joker, Billy Grierson, was fatally shot while sitting at a camp fire on the old town site. Former Criminal Investigation Bureau chief and Ora Banda hotel owner Don Hancock was suspected of the shooting and his properties were later fire-bombed. Hancock was later killed in a car bombing in 2001 in Perth, Western Australia in a revenge attack by other Gypsy Jokers.'
 

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'Sun, 17 July 2022 6:19PM'

'Police are racing to a remote Goldfields mining outpost after a concerned bushwalker alerted authorities to a foul stench coming from a mine shaft.

Investigating officers as well as Fire and Emergency personnel from Kalgoorlie are travelling about 70 kilometres north to the Ora Banda area, off the Goldfields Highway.

Specialist rescue equipment is being transported to area.

The bushwalker called emergency services about 3.20pm on Sunday.

They could “smell something from a mineshaft”, according to a Department of Emergency Services spokeswoman.

Ora Banda is infamous for the 2000 sniper-style assassination of Gypsy Joker'


'Update: Authorities say they have found nothing at the bottom of a remote Goldfields mine shaft after launching an emergency search Sunday afternoon.
Police had raced to to the mining outpost after a concerned bushwalker alerted authorities to a foul stench coming from a mine shaft.
A WA Police spokeswoman said on Sunday night that officers and Emergency Services personnel found nothing at the bottom of the mine shaft.'


fart GIF
 

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'Update: Authorities say they have found nothing at the bottom of a remote Goldfields mine shaft after launching an emergency search Sunday afternoon.
Police had raced to to the mining outpost after a concerned bushwalker alerted authorities to a foul stench coming from a mine shaft.
A WA Police spokeswoman said on Sunday night that officers and Emergency Services personnel found nothing at the bottom of the mine shaft.'


fart GIF
I cant un see that bear :laughing: 🤦‍♀️ :laughing: :laughing:
 

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I'm not really sure where else to post this, but I figured it's crime related so this thread will do...


I can usually smell a scam from a mile away.

Yesterday morning while I was dealing with something (unrelated) urgent, I received a text message from Bendigo Bank alerting me to suspicious activity on my account. The text message included a direct link to the Bendigo website. Most likely because I had other things on my mind, I clicked on the link.

The link took me to the Bendigo log in page - a page I am very familiar with that I use almost on a daily basis. Feeling anxious about the possibility of unauthorised transaction(s) linked to my account, I entered my login details.

After logging in, it took me to a page where it asked me to approve or disapprove a $4,000 pending transaction. I disapproved of the transaction and a pop up box acknowledged my selection and asked me to confirm my details for security purposes. I provided my name, DOB and phone number. I know others will be reading this thinking I was stupid and foolish, and I'm OK with that. Let's be honest, I'd be thinking the same thing if I was reading this post from another author.

About 20 minutes later, I received a phone call from a bloke with an Irish accent explaining he was from the Bendigo bank security team. He addressed me by my full name and he wanted to know if I had a large pending transaction on my account because he suspects my account may be compromised. He wanted to know if I had received a text message with a link. I told him I had received and opened the link - I told him everything I had done after clicking on the link.

The bloke told me that Bendigo bank will never send me a text message with a link, and 9/10 times if I receive a text message with a link, it's a scram. He referred to this as a 'fishing' scam.

He said the pending transaction is from Spain. He wanted to know if I was holidaying there. He said it was linked to a bloke named 'Muhammed'. He wanted to confirm if I was in Spain or if I know someone by that name. He then explained that it doesn't appear as though any money has been taken from my account and he was going to help cancel my online banking account and set up a new online account because someone had gained unauthorised access to my account.

Even though he was saying all the right (convincing) things, I was a bit skeptical at this stage, and I mentioned that to him.

He then told me to grab a pen and write down his name. He spelled his name out in full. He then told me he'd provide me with a reference number for the phone call - he provided this. He then provided me with details of my most recent pending transactions (small transactions I was responsible for). This only strengthened my thoughts that it may have been a genuine phone call after all.

He then said he is going to go right ahead and immediately cancel my current online account and set up a new one. This is the sort of content you'd expect to hear from someone in security if your account really has been compromised, so my level of skepticism began to lower.

He then told me in order to finalise the new online banking account, he'd need me to provide my VIP access code. This is when alarm bells started ringing. I started thinking why on Earth would he be asking for that? I knew this is something a bank wouldn't ask for, nor would they require.

At this stage I told him, "I don't mean any disrespect to you, but I am still a bit skeptical so what I'll be doing is hanging up and calling Bendigo Bank directly, and at least that way I can be satisfied that I am speaking to someone from Bendigo."

He responded, "I understand. That's perfectly fine. Just be aware that we are quite busy and you could be on hold for over an hour, and if someone was to access your online banking in that time, any transactions won't be able to be cancelled or reversed."

Hearing that at the time my immediate thoughts were he is trying to encourage me to provide my VIP access code (this is a two way security feature for those unaware). Having had even more time to now reflect on that, if my account really had been compromised, obviously the Bank would put immediate measures in place to cancel my account immediately to prevent unauthorised access.

I hung up the phone and went into my branch and explained everything to the teller. She agreed it was a scam, a sophisticated one at that, and she confirmed the contact name and reference number I was provided to be bogus. She said she hadn't come across an elaborate scam like that before.

I'm pretty annoyed at myself for having clicked on that link to start with. Any other day, if I wasn't busy dealing with other urgent matters, I'd have had time to contact Bendigo Bank myself. I didn't have time to call them and I panicked thinking if I didn't act quickly enough I could be in some trouble.

Thankfully I still had some level of common sense not to provide my VIP access code otherwise that would have been curtains. Even though someone had clearly gained access to my online transactions, I haven't lost any money and the bank put immediate measures in place to prevent my account from being compromised.

*... they are unbelievable these campaigners doing this s**t.
 

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Watch the video. Absolute scum. Cops within their rights to shoot him IMO.
IMHO they should have shot him being attacked with a baseball bat is life threatening the coppers looked like they didn’t know what to do. What happened to the 10 year minimum mandatory jail time For this type of crime.
 

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Will Carlino plead not guilty?

If Police have irrefutable phone/location evidence to pin him at the crime scene he's likely going to have a hard time trying to prove his innocence.

'July 25, 2022 - 5:32PM'

'Police will allege the phone of Shereen Kumar’s boyfriend led them to her body, which was found wrapped in plastic.'


'July 25, 2022 - 7:39AM'

'Vincent Carlino charged over alleged murder of missing woman Shereen Kumar
A mother-of-two was allegedly murdered, wrapped up in plastic and dumped in bushland by her lover — who then called police to report her missing and continued to operate the dog walking business they owned together.'

'The Daily Telegraph can also reveal police will allege evidence found on Carlino’s phone led them to the spot where they found Ms Kumar.'

'Carlino did not apply for bail in court on Sunday, with high-profile solicitor Elias Tabchouri saying his client was “very concerned” about the allegations.'
 

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Sounds like a cock up in this attempt to improve NSW bail laws.


'In his judgment refusing the appeal, Garling said the use of the word “will” in the act meant applying it in Day’s case was not warranted.'

'“[The court] is not called upon to determine if the offender may be so sentenced, nor whether they might be so sentenced. Nor is it called upon to determine that a sentence of full-time imprisonment will on the balance of probabilities be imposed,” he wrote in his decision.

“The word ‘will’ connotes a degree of certainty or confidence that the requisite term of imprisonment will be the outcome of the sentencing hearing.”

He said that in cases that rely on “inferences and conclusions” based on convictions for the same types of offences “it will be very difficult to persuade a court that the possibility of any other lawfully available sentencing alternatives has been excluded”.'

'“Another potential concern is its discouragement of early and appropriate pleas of guilty.

“The human reality of criminal law is many accused want bail immediately and will be discouraged from pleading guilty if they know an immediate consequence will be their remand in custody.”'
 

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Human remains have been found in a park in South Australia.
Emergency services were called to Hale Conservation Park in Williamstown, 50km northeast of Adelaide, around 1.15pm on Tuesday after a member of the public made the disturbing discovery.

I always hope this sort of discovery provides answers for the family.
 

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Some sites say bones some say remains

Looking at a satellite map it might be possible the remains might not have been there long as it can be a fairly busy spot ie Mt Lofty walking trail is there

While there are a few tracks each would be a good spot to view the surrounding country

*not knowing exactly where found but reports say Warren Rd which is the main road through the park
 

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Another bikie shooting:
'.... understands the man is Chris Rymer, an alleged high-profile member of the Rebels bikie gang, who survived being sprayed with bullets in an alleged violent attack in March last year.'

'One of those bullets hit him in the penis.

Police on Tuesday spoke with Mr Rymer, whose vehicle was seized for forensic examination.

A crime scene was then established outside a location in Bounty Crescent, Bligh Park.

Officers also set up another crime scene on Bonner Rd when a burnt-out vehicle was discovered.
...that vehicle had now been identified as a bright red/orange Ford Mustang, which has also been seized for forensic examination.


Bad ending for the Mustang- deserved better ;).
 

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