He appeared before the Victorian Supreme Court in Melbourne on Wednesday for a pre-sentence hearing where the court heard the maximum penalty for trafficking a commercial quantity of drugs is 25 years. The order covers homes in Caulfield, Preston and Safety Beach.
(If-they kill-me violently for saying too-much will I-take revenge after or just go-quietly? “This is Ms Nixon’s last hurrah to try and stitch up Paul Mullett – that’s the way I read it,” Mr Tanner told ABC radio this morning. He was found not guilty of three charges of trafficking drugs to the Bandidos bikie gang and one charge of threatening to kill a police officer. Outside court Purana taskforce detectives said a restrining order prevented Mrs Mokbel from selling or remortgaging five Melbourne properties in her name.
If-you want-to know more & AREN’T TOTAL SCAREDY-CATS then look-to “supanova-survivor” in-the archives at Windows Live-Spaces! Friday, November 09, 2007 A moment of hilarity is a sea of holy shit Denis Tanner claimed the OPI hearing into leaks of sensitive information was part of a plot by Ms Nixon to destablise Police Association boss Paul Mullett. “I think Ms Nixon is trying to elimate Paul Mullett so that she doesn’t have more problems with her role.” Mr Tanner defended the police union boss who, according to claims provided to the OPI, leaked information that a police officer was being investigated. Holy Jesus in a handbasket, why would ANYONE interview Denis about ANYTHING ever!? After a three-month trial, a jury last month found Strawhorn guilty of trafficking a commercial quantity of pseudoephedrine. The wife of Mokbel’s older brother Horty, she was bailed on her own undertaking and ordered to live in Preston, report to Preston police station twice a week, not apply for a pasport or travel documents and not attempt to leave the country.
We’re back and so too is the whackin’ Mr Moran, 60, the brother of slain gangland figure Lewis Moran and uncle of Jason and Mark, was shot at the Ascot Pasta & Deli Cafe on the busy Union Road shopping strip in Ascot Vale about midday. We’re frantically ringing everyone we can think of… PM Friday, September 29, 2006 Fears that police inquiry will undermine trials Fears that police inquiry will undermine trials…: “A WOMAN allegedly hit by a member of the disbanded police armed offenders squad has been released on bail, after a court heard her confession might be inadmissable.
at PM Labels: whacked 10 comments: Anonymous said… There are concerns that a number of alleged violent criminals could walk free because of the assault accusations levelled at members of the squad during public hearings held by the Office of Police Integrity.” This is EXACTLY the sort of thing that happens when incompetent, corrupt or violent coppers get caught.
How-come it’s-only international drug-bosses crime-kings & mob-lawyers that seem to have loyalty? So here’s how it goes down: Holding back tears, Williams, 38, once the wife of a wealthy and powerful crime figure, revealed she would be forced today from her husband’s former Essendon house. We all know Fat Tony has cash bursting out of ever orifice, nook and cranny. Fact is she really is in some strife, and for all her faults this has been a tough time and we are not without sympathy: Roberta Williams’ lawyer Theo Magazis told the court that she was now a sole parent to her three children – aged 15, 13 and six – and may soon have care of a foster child.
There are many examples of women like Roberta- not the whole gangster vibe, but rather the “driving force” behind a figurehead male. Roberta played the “just a suburban housewife” card more than once and played the “we’re just a normal family (yo, with gangster shit topping)” card long after it became obvious she was none of the above. Carl should be taking care of his daughter at worst- no matter how his and Roberta’s relationship is (and we’re not sure just how angsty it really is…).
- imagine: GK: “Well congratulations on the way you left the force, showed a lot of character to wait until you were seconds from being evicted. You will soon be on your way to jail and your pension will be spent on Simon Overland’s education! He was sentenced in his absence to a minimum of nine years’ jail.