A constable was accused in sexual harass Melbourne
45-year-old Andrew John Tanner, a husband, a father and a constable of the Victoria Police, was convicted on five charges, including harassment and sexual involvement. His weird behavior made his neighbor to build a tall fence between their yards. Tanner could stand on the board of posessions naked.
His victim, who does not want to be identified, was afraid to report about the harassment, because Tanner was a policeman and thought, nobody would believe her. In 2018, Taskforce Salus launched an investigation into Tanner’s behavior by installing surveillance cameras in the victim’s house. As soon as the cameras were installed, they captured his actions. Despite obvious guilt, the constable retains his innocence, claiming that he thought he had received the consent of the victim.
The victim had to move our of her house, because she was afraid, her children could face Tanner as well. Now he doesn't work and receives remuneration. He will probably lose his job.
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Geelong's business selling the black tobacco market has been uncovered. It claimed it had worked as a hairdresser's. Within an hour ACA cameras captured at least a dozen shoppers who bought things, which were believed to be illegal cigarettes and tobacco. This is the part of the black market "Chop Chop", which trades all around the country. One of the workers turned to A Current Affair, realizing, it was the illegal business. Complex tobacco import operations do not go unnoticed.
Over the past fiscal year, Australian Border Force produced more than 285,000 detections of illegal tobacco,worth more than $ 670 million. Illegal tobacco is readily available and sold under the counter in shops across the country. Hotspots across Australia are in Adelaide, Geelong, Melbourne, Sydney, Newcastle and Cairns, according to KPMG report.
54 year old woman Lina Di Falco put the law on Emirates airlines, as they refused to bring her some water during the flight from Melbourne on March 2015. It caused her fainting and hurting her leg. Di Falco's mother informs, the daughter feels constant pains in her ankle and doesn't allow her to go in for her favourite occupation. On the board Di Falco asked for enough water four times, but didn't get it, on her way to bathroom she felt dizzy and fainted. When she came back to Melbourne, her doctor confirmed a broken ankle. The woman demanded a compensation from Emirates, but has got rejection from the court. The injury made her unhappy, Lina says, she divorced and withdrew from friends because of it.
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The Victorian teacher Kathryn Joy Woods was accused in molesting a person under 16 by the Court. Her lawyer, Colin Mandy S.S., told the Court of Appeal today that her acquittal on 12 related charges showed that the jury must have doubted the veracity of her prosecutor. Mr Mandy said that it makes no sense for jury members to convict Woods on some charges, but not on others. He considers, if they have adequate doubts as to whether the applicant is telling the truth this doubt of his credibility should extend to other charges.
However, Attorney Jeremy McVilliams protected the guilty findings as “perfectly rational and completely logical.”
In September 2018 two brothers, Dominic, 28, and 25-year-old Sam Walker, and their friend Benjamin Fitt were celebrating Richmond's final victory over the Hawthorn at the MCG. These are Melbourne QC Tim Walker's sons, graduated from the Xavier College. They were intoxicated at the celebration and argued with two other elderly and drunk men, David Raeside and Len Tricarico, because of taxi. David Raeside received numerous kicks from Walkers, bleeding on the brain and broken facial bones. Tricarico broke his arm and needs now surgery on his wrist and expariences the post-traumatic stress disorder. The prosecutors say these men's behavior was absolutely unacceptable. The attack was so cruel, that now attackers can't watch the video of the fight.
The men admitted, they were guilty, but they may never be in jail, because of a plea deal between their lawyers and prosecutors. They have been charged for nine crimes, but a judge accepted only two. The father of attackers Tim Walker is behind this case, he gives the lawyers instructions and does everything for his sons not to be behind bars.
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A 17-year old boy met a regrettable accident on the morning of Thursday. The boy was killed after the crash of his car with a truck in the North-East Perth. Police have reported that the accident of two vehicles took place near Bullsbrook on the Great Northern Highway. The accident occurred near Morrisey in the morning at about 8:10 am. The 17-year old was travelling south in his silver Mitsubishi Lancer at the time of the crash.
He died at the scene of the accident. The other driver involved in the collision was a man in his 50’s who survived with minor injuries. He was driving in the opposite direction in his Nissan truck. The crash caused a blockage of the road due to the truck which lay sideways. The investigators are looking for witnesses of some footage of the accident.
Peter Wallace Hill, who was convicted and sentenced for child abuse, has been found living near a playground. Peter, who is out on parole, was located about 100m away from a public playground in South-West Perth. The driver instructor was sentenced for four years, however, came out earlier this year after serving just two years of his jail term.
He was sentenced for sexual penetration of a 13-year-old boy along with his lover David Linder. Linder invited Hill to assault the kid who he was assaulting for months. Father of the victim had pleaded with the review board for prisoners not to release the abuser of his son. The discovery of Hill’s location has generated a feeling of anger in the residents. It also sent shockwaves in the parliament of state.