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Fellow police officer Inspector John Thexton told the court Strawhorn was one of the most highly-regarded investigators in the drug squad and crime department during his time there. Big news with Carl Williams pleading guilty to 3 nurders PM Anonymous said… but we can only speculate on some of the others as they won’t go to trial. In early 98 I doubt that Williams was a big player (although I could be wrong) And yes, SGW is some hot stuff indeed. The latest arrest coincides with an ongoing police bid to dismantle the financial empire of Tony Mokbel, 41, once estimated to be worth at least million. Strawhorn’s lawyer Peter Morrissey described him as a distinguished police officer who was involved in high profile and successful drug cases investigating the Moran family and fugitive drug dealer Tony Mokbel. “Mr Strawhorn makes it quite plain here, he maintains his innocence,” Mr Morrissey said. I doubt that Gangitano and Williams would have been the best of buddies. She is also prevented from disposing of her 2001 black BMW.
Cheers ————————————————————————————————————————————– Melbourne Underworld News News, links, analysis and comments on Melbourne’s Underworld Monday, June 15, 2009 GAME ON! The Department of Public Prosecutions is now pursuing a financial penalty of tens of millions of dollars by Mokbel, which will effectively repay a civil debt owed by the fugitive. ) ‘THE FAMILY’ is-not made of steel whatever they tell-you! Well, perhaps this is what happens when you play with matches. (Why did Bracks Twaites & Beauty really take a runner & why is ‘HOWARD’ scared & regretting his official-dinner with ‘ERIC’ the dead? PM Thursday, November 01, 2007 …because to date it was all about cakes and puppy dogs The life of former wife of Melbourne gangland multi-murderer Carl Williams seems to be turning to misery.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.