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Australia Melbourne rapist, killer returns to court

23:15  30 september  2019
23:15  30 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

Murder victim's family welcome news of suspect's arrest

  Murder victim's family welcome news of suspect's arrest A 46-year-old man is due to appear in a Victorian court on Monday as South Australian police apply to extradite him over a cold case stabbing murder. Suzanne Poll was murdered in a frenzied stabbing attack in 1993 while working at a Salisbury newsagency, next to the Parabanks Shopping Centre.

Aiia Maasarwe's body was found near La Trobe University, where she was on exchange, on Wednesday morning.© Instagram: Ruba Photography Aiia Maasarwe's body was found near La Trobe University, where she was on exchange, on Wednesday morning. Medical reports about a rapist and killer are expected to be tendered to a Melbourne court.

Codey Herrmann pleaded guilty in June to murdering international student Aiia Maasarwe, whose body was found near a tram stop at Bundoora in the city's north on January 16.

Herrmann, aged 20 when he was arrested in January, is set to face the Supreme Court of Victoria on Tuesday for a plea hearing.

Ms Maasarwe, a Palestinian Arab of Israeli citizenship, had been in Melbourne only a short time and was speaking by phone to her overseas-based sister, Noor, when attacked while on her way home from a comedy club.

Chilling CCTV shows moment pub rapist met victim

  Chilling CCTV shows moment pub rapist met victim A convicted rapist is walking the streets, and his victim says it's not good enough."The impact from the crime you committed against me can only be described as beyond devastating. Any day can be like a tower of terror. At any moment something can trigger my thoughts and I easily plummet into the ground," she wrote in a message she provided to A Current Affair.

Herrmann was meant to appear in court in late June for an administrative matter but did not, with his lawyers saying they would be ready by October 1.

At a previous hearing, Herrmann's lawyer Tim Marsh told the court there could be a significant amount of material presented on his client's behalf, including a neuropsychiatric report and others on culture and background.

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Convicted rapist who blamed his heinous crimes against two tourists on an Aboriginal CURSE is arrested after going on the run .
David Gundari was arrested by Katherine Police in the Northern Territory after he had been on the run for five days in relation to alleged weapons and other offences.Katherine Police arrested David Gundari overnight in relation to alleged weapons and other offences committed in the town last month and outstanding arrest warrants dating back to 2005.

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