A man who was found not criminally responsible for beheading and cannibalising a fellow passenger on a Canadian bus has been granted his freedom. Manitoba’s Criminal Code Review Board announced on Friday it had given Will Baker, formerly known as Vince Li, an absolute discharge, meaning he is longer subject to monitoring :: Read the full article »»»»
The 50-year-old former academic surnamed Lu had “a set of recipes for producing methcathinone”, a drug similar to methamphetamine, which he provided to dealers.
Amphetamine labs are growing at an alarming rate, a Chinese police raid on the house of two methcathinone dealers in 2011 uncovered a pile of 80 million yuan, $AU13 million, in cash.
In Australia Amphetamine arrests have nearly double in past five years, according to Crime Commission’s Illicit Drug Data Report. Trade workers and those in the hospitality industry are among the biggest users of the drug according to an analysis of national drug data.
Lu “worked as a professor of chemistry at a university” in Xian, the capital of the northern province of Shaanxi, before teaming up with a drug manufacturer surnamed Chen in 2013 :: Read the full article »»»»
Two Australian Teenage Brothers Stopped at Sydney Airport en-route to ISIS Middle East Conflict ZonePosted: March 8th, 2015 | Author: M.Aaron Silverman | Filed under: CRIME!, News | Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Crime, Foreign Fighters Bill, IS, ISIS, Middle East, Syria | Comments Off on Two Australian Teenage Brothers Stopped at Sydney Airport en-route to ISIS Middle East Conflict Zone
The Australian Government is crowing the work of Customs and Border Protection officers who intercepted two Sydney teenage brothers, believed to be travelling to conflict zones in the Middle East.
The 16 and 17-year-olds came to the attention of Customs officers at Sydney Airport on Friday. The pair had return tickets to an undisclosed destination in the Middle East and a search of their luggage raised further suspicions of their intent.
Customs officers determined that they were intending to travel without the knowledge of their parents. The brothers were later allowed to leave the airport with their parents and were issued court attendance notices :: Read the full article »»»»
Tasmanian woman Robyn Clare Pearce, 61 was accused of dishonestly acquiring financial advantage from an Australian man and another from the United States.
Police arrested Pearce on January 28 this year and allege that Pearce stole a total of $247,000 from the Australian man on 122 separate occasions between July 2007 and October 2010 :: Read the full article »»»»
A 12-year-old girl married in an Islamic ceremony to a 27-year-old man in New South Wales miscarried after becoming pregnant, court documents have revealed. A police statement of facts was tendered to the NSW District Court during the sentence hearing of the 27-year-old man.
The man has pleaded guilty to a charge of the persistent sexual abuse of a child after he told police he married the girl in an Islamic ceremony in the Hunter Valley last year. The man, who can not be named, faces a maximum 25-year sentence for the offence
UPDATE! In the NSW District Court Judge Deborah Sweeney gave the man, who cannot be named, a maximum sentence of 10 years with a non-parole period of seven and a half years. He will be eligible for parole in August 2021. He faced a possible 25-year sentence for the offence :: Read the full article »»»»
There is confusion within the Indonesian government over whether the executions of convicted Bali Nine drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will be delayed. Indonesia informed the Australian embassy last week that it planned to execute the pair this month.
However, now Indonesia’s Justice and Human Rights minister, Yasonna Laoly, is suggesting their executions could be delayed by the countries current political situation, namely a war of sorts between corruption investigators and the national police, long considered the country’s most corrupt institution.
Indonesia’s attorney-general, Muhammad Prasetyo, said that would not affect plans to execute the Australians. The minister’s department and the attorney-general’s office have to coordinate to arrange the executions :: Read the full article »»»»