Thursday, July 16, 2015

Aymen Terkmani, 22, of Fairfield

Aymen Terkmani, accused of murdering Mahmoud Hrouk, denied bail

 The man accused of raping and murdering Sydney teenager Mahmoud Hrouk has been formally refused bail.

Aymen Terkmani, 22, of Fairfield East, was arrested on Thursday and charged with murder and aggravated sexual assault.
He did not appear in person before Fairfield Local Court on Friday. His lawyer did not request bail.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Punchbowl shooting victim Hedi Ayoub

Punchbowl shooting victim Hedi Ayoub described as a ‘golden child’ as shocked friends, family mourn
FAMILY and friends of a man gunned down in broad daylight at a Punchbowl playground say they are “deeply saddened” by his death.
Hedi Ayoub was shot dead in the playground in Sydney’s west on Monday afternoon moments before a group of men was seen fleeing the area in separate cars.
Mr Ayoub, who was involved in the body building supplements industry, was found slumped near a tree in the park popular with young families.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Aboriginal arrested for theft of a Legacy charity tin

Ashley Walker, 30-year-old of Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander appearance, has been arrested, he was wanted in relation to the theft of a Legacy charity tin from outside a South Grafton store in the lead-up to Anzac Day 2015.

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Warren Ross has been sentenced to 40 years jail for the bashing murder of toddler Tanilla Warrick-Deaves.

Warren Ross has been sentenced to 40 years jail for the bashing murder of toddler Tanilla Warrick-Deaves.

Warren Ross jailed for 40 years for murder of Tanilla Warrick-Deaves

WARREN Ross has been sentenced to 40 years jail for the bashing murder of toddler Tanilla Warrick-Deaves.
Ross, 32, bashed, abused and tortured Tanilla Warwick-Deaves, the daughter of his then partner Donna Deaves up until her death inside her Watanobbi home in August 2011.
He will be eligible for parole in September 2041.
In sentencing Ross, Judge Stephen Rothma said Tanilla’s murder was ‘approaching’ the worst category.
“There is no doubt this murder was particularly heinous,” Justice Rothman said
Justice Rothman said Ross had “not expressed any regret” or remorse, and “continues to assert his innocence.”
Ross’ mother screamed out “I’ll be dead. What about his kids?” as the sentence was fixed, while her killer son sneered at Adrian Warwick, Tanilla’s biological father, from the dock “see you in there, Adrian.”.
The Supreme Court was packed with members of the Ross family, including Warwick, while riot police were also on hand to keep tensions in check.
During the sentencing, Mr Warwick and his partner Brooke became distressed when Ross began signalling to them from the dock.
Extra sheriffs were inside the courtroom, after previous outbursts by Ross during the verdict and sentencing hearing

Thursday, September 19, 2013

New Racism - Larkins and Tanilla

Andrew Bolt  

September 19 2013 (12:28pm)

Enough. End the New Racism before more get hurt

Another (alleged) sign of the New Racism that makes debate so difficult - and Aboriginal children so vulnerable:
The royal commission into child abuse has been told a paedophile scout leader was not stood down because it would look bad to sack someone who was part Aboriginal…
Former Scouts Australia group leader Armand Hoitink said scoutmaster Steven Larkins was left working with children, even though he was caught showering with them and putting love notes under their doors…
He said when he asked officials why Larkins had not been sacked, he was told it was because Larkins was part Aboriginal.
“They thought it would be bad publicity,” Mr Hoitink said.

Donna Deaves jailed for 12 years over daughter Tanilla's death

Bungree Aboriginal Intensive Family Based Services.
But blame the Department of Family and Community Services with the court previously hearing that 33 welfare reports were made during Tanilla's short life.

Daily Telegraph September 03, 2011

Tanilla's mother, Donna Deaves, 27, and Ms Deaves' partner Warren Ross, 28, faced losing Tanilla prior to the little girl's death, with Bungree Aboriginal Intensive Family Based Services (IFBS) Wyong working with the family after a referral by DOCS.
The service provides an intensive home-based program for families in crisis and at risk of having their children removed.