Monday, 31 March 2014

Are the Bowraville Murders linking to others?

What I have found within my research, the alleged drug network movers utilise the links to Astrology crimes for what I have noticed.  We have been circling many cases the same I have noted.  

I wonder if you have linked the Bowraville Murders with allegedly Anthony Apps?   Anthony Apps, there are links to other murders in the Coffs Harbour area, yet that was 1998, in 2003 he shot Christopher Lamb in the head is behind bars.

The  look up Anthony Apps, 

What I did notice, most of the murders where the body is found is on the line of saturn.  For Lois Roberts I noted within Astrology in crime it was different.  I wonder if you utilised this positioning for Colleen Walker would you find the body.  Some how I feel we are getting closer.

A serial murderer for the alleged drug network would have known about Jay Hart.  He would know Jay Hart was the local Candyman and within the reports on Anthony Apps there was another person he utilised to help him, so that could be where allegedly Jay Hart comes into play?

The line is linking to Pluto which was different to so many other evidence.  Pluto is a link to the Underworld.  Like a framework I relate to the drugs, murders and robberies.  You could ask Mountain Miist to look at the locator and Colleen Walker.  This could then form a pattern within the two cases.

Anthony Apps Court of Appeals notes.

Sam Ibrahim arrested ...John Ibrahim's sister arrested today

Three arrested following investigation into illegal firearm supply - Strike Force Bootle

Tuesday, 01 April 2014 11:24:19 AM
Three people have been arrested during raids relating to the sale of illegal weapons in Western Sydney.
Strike Force Bootle was established by detectives from Penrith Local Area Command in October 2013 to investigate the sale of illegal firearms in Sydney’s west.
Throughout the investigation, officers obtained 13 firearms and various calibres of ammunition.

Following extensive inquiries, police from North West Metropolitan Region, assisted by specialist units, executed six simultaneous search warrants at Windsor, Greystanes, Londonderry, Castlereagh, St Marys and Warilla, about 6.15am today (Tuesday 1 April 2014).
During today’s search warrants, investigators located and seized five firearms, various calibres of ammunition, illicit drugs and steroids.
A 55-year-old Windsor man was arrested by officers attached the Tactical Operations Unit.
Investigators also arrested a 45-year-old Greystanes man and 43-year-old Wentworthville woman during the raids.
The men were taken to Penrith Police Station and the woman was taken to Oak Flats Police Station, where they are assisting with inquiries.
Investigations are continuing and further arrests are expected.

Within the Kings Cross Sting, Drug network down near the border of NSW was noted

Inquiries are continuing after a function being held at an alleged OMCG clubhouse in Wagga Wagga was shut down.
About 8.40pm on Saturday 29 March 2014 Wagga Wagga police attended premises at Edward Street, Wagga Wagga in relation to a function being held at those premises which is alleged to have been used as a clubhouse for the Rebels OMCG.
Police were aware the premise was not licensed to be used as an entertainment facility.
A number of items including unopened bottles of spirits and documents were seized from the premises.
The function was shut down and those inside left without incident.
Inquiries regarding the unlawful sale of alcohol are continuing.
Police are urging anyone with information about this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Information about suspicious gambling patterns?

Woman charged with drug supply as part of investigation into strange gambling patterns - SCC Organised Crime Squad

Tuesday, 18 March 2014 02:41:29 PM
An investigation sparked by suspicious gambling patterns at a Sydney casino has resulted in a woman being arrested and charged with commercial drug supply.

Last year (2013), detectives from the Organised Crime Squad’s Casino and Racing Investigation Unit became aware of a number of people gambling suspicious amounts of money at a Sydney casino.

Detectives formed Strike Force Randine to investigate the strange gambling patterns and, in doing so, became aware of the recruitment of people with gambling debts to travel to countries in Asia to collect parcels of ephedrine, a pre-cursor in the manufacture of methylamphetamine (’ice’). Police will allege the manufactured ‘ice’ was then supplied throughout the Sydney metropolitan area.
On Thursday 31 October 2013, a coordinated operation by police resulted in the arrest of five people, and the seizure of a loaded firearm, ammunition, $280,000 in cash, drugs and pre-cursor chemicals.
All five were charged, and their matters remain before the court.
Yesterday (Monday 17 March 2014), a further arrest was made when a 39-year-old woman attended Fairfield Police Station with her lawyer. Police allege the woman was involved in organising the importation of more than 4kg of ephedrine and, consequently, charged her with supply commercial quantity of prohibited drugs.
The woman was refused bail by police to appear in Fairfield Local Court, where she was subsequently granted bail to appear in Central Local Court on 15 April 2014.
The investigation by Strike Force Randine continues.

Wednesday, 12 March 2014


Links about the SV40 virus which linked to the alleged Monkey Virus where Dr Mary Sherman's unsolved murder relates too.