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AustraliaThird Irishman charged over shooting of ex-cop in Melbourne's west

07:40  12 march  2019
07:40  12 march  2019 Source:   theage.com.au

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Two Irishmen have been arrested in relation to a brutal shooting in Melbourne , Australia. Irish nationals Mark Dixon, 30 and Jack Harvey, 26, were detained Saturday in relation to the shooting of former police detective Sid Morgan, following a two-day manhunt.Victorian Police.

Third Irishman charged over shooting of ex-cop in Melbourne's west© Facebook Sid Morgan worked as a real estate agent after leaving the police force. He was brutally shot in Melbourne's west last month.

A third man has been charged with attempted murder over the brutal shooting of a Sydney real estate agent in Melbourne's west.

The 29-year-old Irish national, who was living in Point Cook, was arrested at Melbourne Airport on Sunday about 9pm.

He was remanded in custody and will appear at Melbourne Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

It comes after Irish nationals Mark Dixon, 30, and Jack Harvey, 26, were arrested late last month at Broken Head in NSW over the shooting of Sid Morgan, a former detective who was shot in the face at a home in Spraypoint Drive, Point Cook, about 11pm last Thursday.

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Dixon and Harvey TWO Irishmen have been charged with attempted murder after the shooting of a former detective in Australia. Mark Dixon, 30, and 26-year-old Jack Harvey were being hunted by police after Sid Morgan was shot in the face in Melbourne . The pair were arrested on Wednesday at

Two Irishmen have been charged over the attempted murder of a former cop . They were wanted over the shooting of 53-year-old former NSW Police detective Sid Morgan, who was gunned down at Point Cook in Melbourne ' s west on February 21. The pair were wanted over the shooting of

Third Irishman charged over shooting of ex-cop in Melbourne's west© Victoria Police Police are also searching for two white Toyota Hilux Rugged utilities in relation to the shooting.

Mr Morgan, 53, was taken to Royal Melbourne Hospital in a critical condition and remains in hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Investigators are still trying to locate two white Toyota Hilux Rugged utilities believed to be linked to the shooting.

Investigators believe the utes could be anywhere in the Melbourne metropolitan area or possibly as far north in the state as Nagambie.

Police have also released an image of a vehicle similar to the two sought.

The Age revealed last month the ex-detective was believed to have been shot in the face during a dispute involving tradesmen chasing an unpaid debt, and may not have been the intended target.

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Two men have been charged with attempted murder over the brutal shooting of a Sydney real estate agent in Melbourne ' s west . Credit:Victoria Police. He was taken to Royal Melbourne Hospital in a critical condition. A week after being shot , Mr Morgan remains in hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Desperate search for two ' Irishmen ' wanted over the shooting of a former police detective turns to Byron Bay as heavily armed police storm a motel They are wanted over the shooting of 53-year-old former detective Sid Morgan, who was gunned down at Point Cook in Melbourne ' s west on February

Third Irishman charged over shooting of ex-cop in Melbourne's west© Victoria Police Jack Harvey (left) and Mark Dixon have already been arrested and charged with attempted murder after a manhunt.

Mr Morgan, who previously went by the name of Said, was a detective in the NSW police force in the 1990s.

In 1995 he became aware of allegations that his brother-in-law, Mansour Suha, had been sexually abusing three young girls, two of them his young relatives. He then shot and killed Mr Suha in May 1995 at a home in Sydney's Oakhurst.

In an action described in court as a "Clint Eastwood notion of justice", Mr Morgan emptied his service revolver, shooting the man six times.

"It was bang, bang and then he kept coming forward and bang, bang; before I realised it, the fifth or sixth shot was fired," Mr Morgan told the NSW Supreme Court.

On August 1, 1997, a jury rejected the Crown argument that it was a revenge shooting, finding Mr Morgan instead acted out of fear for the girls' safety.

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A jury took 33 minutes to decide his actions were justified. Public debate erupted over the implications of vigilante-style justice.

He was refused reinstatement into the NSW police force.

After the trial, he reinvented himself as a Sydney real estate agent. In 2005, 10 years after the shooting, he told The Sydney Morning Heraldhe had "worked hard and built a new life" for himself.

Third Irishman charged over shooting of ex-cop in Melbourne's west© Quentin Jones Said Morgan leaves Darlinghurst Court in 1995 with his wife Laurice and family and friends after being found not guilty of murder.

"But I've only achieved that by learning to leave the past in the past," he said.

Most recently, Mr Morgan was running Morgans real estate agency and billing himself as "without doubt the Hills number one agent", with a "never say die attitude".

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report at crimestoppersvic.com.au

With Erin Pearson

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