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Australia Man found guilty of murder of German backpacker

08:30  31 october  2019
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An Australian man (47) has today been found guilty by the Northern Territory Supreme Court in Darwin of murdering British backpacker Peter Falconio. Bradley Murdoch was also convicted of abducting and assaulting Mr Falconio's girlfriend Joanne Lees and was sentenced to life imprisonment.

A court in southern Australia has found the man guilty of assault and kidnapping, but cleared him of attempted murder . The 11-member court heard that the man , whose identity has been withheld, made contact with two female backpackers , one German and one Brazilian, through the classifieds

a man with his mouth open: Jamie Saxon© 9News Jamie Saxon A man has been found guilty of the murder of a German backpacker in a road-rage incident in Brisbane in 2017.

Jamie Saxon had pleaded not guilty to murdering 30-year-old Dominik Schulze on Milton Road on the night of October 6, but did not dispute fatally stabbing him.

The trial was told Schulze and a fellow backpacker were drunk and happy after a night out in Brisbane and were returning to their backpacker's hostel with food from McDonalds when Schulze was hit by a car driven by Saxon's girlfriend, Jessica Wilkes, as he crossed a road.

The court was told Schulze was partially naked, waving his genitalia.

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The 60-year-old was on trial for sexually assaulting a Brazilian woman and hitting a German woman with a hammer at Salt Creek.

Saxon, aged 33 at the time, was angry when he got out of the car as Schulze stood up, apparently uninjured.

The court was told after a confrontation Saxon took a knife from the Mazda and stabbed Schulze up to four times.

a person standing in front of a rock: German backpacker Jamie Schulze.© Supplied German backpacker Jamie Schulze.

He was rushed to hospital after 4am but by 12pm that day Schulze had died.

A jury found Saxon guilty of murder.

More to come.

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A man is sentenced to life in jail after being found guilty of murdering a German backpacker in a road-rage argument in inner-city Brisbane two years ago. Jamie Saxon, 35, had pleaded not guilty to the charge, arguing he was simply trying to defend himself and his then-partner when he stabbed Dominik Schulze multiple times on Milton Road in October 2017.The confrontation started when the tourist was hit by the car being driven by Saxon's then-partner, who said Mr Schulze was standing in the middle of the road intoxicated, with his pants down.

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