Thursday, 28 January 2016

Anita Cobby's murder was it a contract killing?

We have the anniversary of Anita Cobby’s brutal murder which showed the links to Brothers 4 Life aka Bankstown Boys.  Will this murder linking by pattern to Moloch worshipping for the 5th compartment show allegedly a possible contract in the brothel?  The links to Beauty Queens is another co-incidence I have found.
The yacht in Yowie Bay?
Yowie Bay allegedly linked to the Freemans and to Kings Cross?

Police confidence or alleged corrupt system to hide them?

When the premises 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross are searched, then the Police will need to expose fully the corruption?
So, sorry, I will do that...

Police don't investigate their own for a reason.
  • Satisfaction of those who had contact with police in the past 12 months (90.3%)
  • General satisfaction with police services (77.6%)
  • Professionalism (90.1%)
  • Honesty (75.2%)
  • Treating people fairly and equally (79.7%)
  • Feelings of safety at home at night (88.4%)
Acting Commissioner Catherine Burn says the independent report card is a both a reward for hard work but also a challenge to keep improving.
“Policing is a difficult and often confronting job. We always seek to do that job well and improve what we do. The figures show how we have applied ourselves, putting us above the national average in most categories.
“That’s a huge pat on the back for every police officer but it also throws out a challenge. Let’s keep that momentum going.
“Of course we will have our critics, but when you get independently commissioned data reflecting such a positive community view of our work, it lifts the spirits of our officers. They enjoy their work in spite of its often confronting nature.
The Return on Government Services Report also highlights other areas of continuous improvement in recent years.
  • Walking alone in your neighbourhood (day and night)
  • Feelings of safety on public transport (day and night)
Ms Burn also noted a fall in the number of complaints against police.
“There are many ways in which we can be measured. We embarked on an ambitious customer service program going back eight years now and I believe we are seeing the benefits of that flowing through. Fewer complaints are one of the benefits.
“We are constantly embracing new technology and better training and that’s helping drive down crimes rates. These are also measured independently of police by the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research. These show our major crime categories falling or stable.
“Trust and confidence in police is very important. Trust breeds the confidence to call police and let us know about crime and criminal activity. Information from the community is absolutely vital for police to be able to solve and prevent crime.
  • General satisfaction has risen from 64.2% in 2009/10 to 77.6% in 2014/15.
  • Satisfaction of those who have had contact with police in the previous 12 months has risen from 77.5% in 2009/10 to 90.3% in 2014/15.
  • Police are honest has risen from 74.9% in 2011/12 to 75.2% in 2014/15
  • Professionalism has risen from 79.8% in 2009/10 to 90.1% in 2014/15
  • Police treat people fairly and equally has risen from 68.2% in 2009/10 to 79.7% in 2014/15
  • Feelings of safety at home at night has risen from 83.7% in 2009/09 to 88.4% in 2014/15.

Sunday, 24 January 2016

Alleged Maurie Nowytarger?

CCTV footage will be key in Roger Rogerson and Glen ...
May 31, 2014 - Rogerson maintained that $60,000 came from proceeds of the sale of a Bentley and the rest from a friend, Maurie Nowytarger's, proceeds of ...

Former Solicitor Enters Guilty Plea - Karp
Oct 20, 1987 - Karp, 38, Rogerson, 46, a former doctor, Nicholas Paltos, 47, and an importer, Maurice Nowytarger, 42, are charged with conspiring to pervert ...

[PDF]Aston Martin Special Edition - Thoroughbred Sports Car Club
Jan 22, 2013 - UK. 1969 car was imported to Australia, owned by MaurieNowytargerof Balgowlah NSW. The car was in various workshops and Steve Sulis's ...

Gangland Sydney - Page 167 - Google Books Result
James Morton, ‎Susanna Lobez - 2011 - ‎True Crime
The sum involved was more than $110000 and a fake contract was drawn up by Dr Nick Paltos and businessman solicitor Maurie Nowytarger to account for the ...

Saturday, 23 January 2016

Beaumont Children missing for 50 years

Australia Day is looming fast, the word has gotten around.  This gang we are exposing will be caught... if they are alive.

We have to wonder when Ray "Gunner" Kelly went to Adelaide to help in the Beaumont Children Disappearance why was he there?

Ray Gunner Kelly died 11th August 1977 by reports a most decorated Police Officer yet Where the bones remain as I have written about allegedly hidden in the subfloor compartment 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross is the reason how this Pink gang works.
Pink means Pope seeing eye (i) Nomad Knights.

The Pink Triangle gang I allege will link to Abe Saffron and Lenny MacPherson.
Kelly gained further renown in 1966 thanks to his highly publicised capture of prison escapees Ronald Ryan and Peter John Walker in 1966. However, according to writer Tony Reeves (the biographer of Sydney crime boss Lenny McPherson), Kelly was able to capture the pair easily because they had been betrayed by McPherson. 

He retired in 1966 as the best-known and best-regarded police officer in Sydney. In March 1966, soon after his retirement, Kelly was hired for a private investigation into the disappearance of the Beaumont children by a Sydney newspaper; he flew to Adelaide, where the South Australian Police welcomed him politely, but he left after only one day.

Yes he I believe knew what he hit upon as the pattern of unsolved murders I have thought linked to this Pink Triangle gang in history.
Reeves quoted a former police officer who said that Kelly "ran" Lenny McPherson as an informant for many years, According to Reeves, Kelly kept the lid on numerous crimes to reward or gain influence over McPherson and others.
Where the skulls I believe will be found were once the original "infamous Pink Pussycat" from 1958 and link to Abe Saffron an associate of McPherson.
There father Jim Beaumont were at work by reports.  This was Australia Day 1966, where did he work.

In the modest Beaumont house — still standing today on the corner of Petersen and Harding streets in Somerton Park — nine-year-old Jane was the first of the children to stir but as usual during holidays she chose to read in her bed rather than jump straight up for breakfast.
An intelligent, talented child, the Paringa Park Primary School student 
If these children were picked for the triangle having 3 corners and the alleged sex trade which was happening then someone knew that was close to them.
A letter written two days before her disappearance shows her to be responsible and caring beyond her tender years.
The letter had been left for her parents, who had been out dancing.
“Dear Mum and Dad, I am just about to go to bed and the time is 9. I have put Grant’s nappy on so there is no need to worry about his wetting the sheet. Grant wanted to sleep in his own bed so one of you will have to sleep with Arnna. Although you will not find the rooms in very good condition I hope you will find them as comfortable as we do. Good night to you both. Jane XXX
P.S. I hope you had a nice time wherever you went.
P.P.S. I hope you don’t mind me taking your radio into my room Daddy.”
Was this a problem taking the radio from Daddy?
Jim Beaumont, a former taxi driver now making his living selling linen from the back of a van, had dropped the children off close to the Glenelg Town Hall.
the father left for a routine business trip heading north to Snowtown around 150km away.
Snowtown is a link?  Snowtown Murders?  Could this gang linking to the drug network or paedophilia link to Snowtown back in 1966?
Freemason Hall in Snowtown were the alleged Beaumont Children delivered?  
The brethren of the Barunga Masonic LodgeSnowtown,  From Snowtown to Kings Cross is 14 hours 53 minutes.
The gang I expose in Kings Cross linked to the Grand Lodge No 2 South Africia through Frank Bennett linking to Aleister Crowley  for the wickest man known as the Beast 666.
In one of the episodes of Underbelly question asked of Roger Rogerson, a police officer asked another high ranking officer about joining the FREEMASONS. Were you the police officer who wanted to join and was the high ranking police officer who did not accept his request and got very upset was the Police Commissioner Tony Lauer? 

Chook Fowler died at 90....never went to prison for his corruption but is seen in the film getting the corruption money famous for the Royal Commission to be started on Police corruption.

Allegedly Detective Brian Quinn was the  ‘milkshake man’ who helped Fowler, he is a solicitor on the central coast now.

Just the Police searching the brothel in 2011 the subfloor I exposed I needed help with would have stopped this gang being fed by the underworld drug money received today.
So please ask the Premier of NSW to push the Police to search the brothel where Abe Saffron allegedly collected the evidence for the drug runners he controlled to behave.
6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross.

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Missing Cheryl Grimmer

Police search warrant for 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings  Cross will expose the gang which is known for alleged Paedophilia called the Pink Triangle.

Detective Dark has received emails from me asking for the Police search since June 2014 as he is in charge I was told of Team 1.
Who investigates the one.

1970 Cheryl Grimmer three, disappears from Fairy Meadow Beach.  Her parents receive a ransom note but the kidnapper fails to show, unsolvved case.
It was January 12, 1970, when the Grimmers' world was turned upside down.
The wind turned bitterly cold about 1.30pm. Carole Grimmer sent her children to shower at the nearby change sheds.
After about 10 minutes, Stephen and Ricky, 7, returned to tell her that Cheryl, who was wearing her royal blue one-piece swimming costume, was still in the men's change rooms.
Mrs Grimmer went to fetch her but Cheryl was nowhere to be found.
Detective Sergeant James Dark said police had re-examined suspects, the ransom note, and the lock of an unknown person's hair that was sent to police, but investigators did not get enough evidence to charge anyone.
The ransom note, demanding $10,000 and saying Cheryl was unharmed, was sent to police in the days after she disappeared.
The kidnapper specified a meeting time and place but did not show up. No more ransom demands were made.
Carrying her swimmers and towel in a bundle, Cheryl was standing near a bubbler when witnesses saw a man pick her up and run into the car park.
At an inquest last year into her disappearance, a coroner ruled that Cheryl died soon after the man took her. It heard that a reinvestigation in 2008 examined the possibility that Cheryl was either killed and buried, or kept by her abductor and brought up under another name.
Detective Sergeant Dark said the huge police operation and publicity might have put off the offender. ''I genuinely believe that someone out there has information,'' he said.
The Police Minister, Michael Gallacher, said the family relived the kidnapping ''day after day, week after week, year after year''.
The kidnapper, described then as in his 30s or 40s, could be elderly or dead, but the family still needed to know what happened, he said. ''The release today of the reward is an incentive for people to come forward. But there's a bigger incentive: the family.''

Kings Cross arrests 2 Strike Forces investigating cocaine the alleged Scorpion gang

Latest Media Releases

Fourth person charged over alleged cocaine supply - Strike Force Dickson/Larkhill

Tuesday, 12 January 2016 03:23:16 PM
Police have charged a fourth person following further investigations into the alleged supply of prohibited drugs at two licensed premises in Kings Cross.
Last year, police from Kings Cross Local Area Command formed Strike Force Dickson and Strike Force Larkhill to investigate the alleged supply of cocaine by the clubs’ staff to clientele.
This culminated in the execution of simultaneous search warrants at the clubs, both located on Darlinghurst Road, about 11pm on Saturday 19 December 2015.
Two women and a man were arrested during those raids and charged at Kings Cross Police Station with a range of drug-supply offences. They all remain before the courts.
Following further investigations, a 24-year-old woman attended Kings Cross Police Station yesterday (Monday 11 January 2016).
She was arrested and charged with two counts of supply prohibited drug.
The woman was given strict conditional bail to appear at Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday 2 February 2016.
The Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority has received long-term closure order applications in relation to the premises.
Both clubs have voluntarily suspended trading while these applications are under review by the authority.

Friday, 8 January 2016

Missing Persons Woronora area Elaine Johnson, Stuart Dohrn,   Been seen in Kings Cross.

Where the bones remain....6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross all for the alleged drug network, paedophile rings linking to Pink Triangle.  You enter the door of Hope..

Police appeal for public assistance of a missing person - Woronora
Police are appealing to members of the public to help find a man missing from Woronora since last Monday.
Stuart Dohrn, 43, was last seen at his Woronora address about 3.30pm on Monday 14 December 2015.
Mr Dohrn has left his home before 5.30pm later that afternoon and has failed to return home.
Family members contacted Police for assistance and Sutherland Local Area Command have began investigations into his disappearance.
Mr Dohrn has not been seen or heard from since and there are concerns of his welfare.
It is understood Mr Dohrn has minimal cash on him, where his wallet and mobile phone have been left at home.
Mr Dohrn is described as being Caucasian, stocky build, about 186cm (6'2") and has short brown and grey hair.
It is believed that Mr Dohrn was last seen wearing a blue coloured short sleeve dress shirt and Khaki coloured pants.
Police are urging anyone with information of Mr Dohrn's whereabouts to contact Sutherland Police Station on 9542 0899 or by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page:

Saturday, 2 January 2016

Liverpool St Darlinghurst to Kings Cross research

John Singleton buys up $12m pub |
Sep 6, 2012 - ADMAN and millionaire John Singleton has again taken advantage of the ... banker Mark Carnegie, he paid $12.175 million for the Marlborough Hotel ..... but it seems man of mystery John Ibrahim may well be king of them all.

The Mayne Report - The Mayne Report Rich List
Mark Ashley: the former CEO of Apex Minerals, a WA mining company, who owned ......Mark Carnegie: will reportedly pocket $88 million from the sale of boutique ...... Roy Travers: the former tax lawyer for the likes of Alan Bond, Abe Saffron