Man arrested over murder of singer’s friend after singer dies, has never served prison time

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Man arrested over murder of singer’s friend after singer dies, has never served prison time

A man who is wanted over the murder of a friend has no jail time over it.

A court in Melbourne has thrown out an appeal against a warrant to search his house in Northamptonshire for evidence against 22-year-old Jamie Parker after he was found with a large quantity of cannabis.

Mr Parker was shot and killed in 2011 after a night out at a party and no evidence of a fight was found at his home.

It was alleged the man was also at a party at the time of the murder and was present at the scene of the shooting when Parker, who was a popular DJ at the time, went on his gun and started shooting when police arrived.

The 27-year-old had been found with a large 울산출장마사지quantity of cannabis after an inquiry which took place following a report from a neighbour.

But Parker was refused bail after he claimed he had no knowledge that he was involved in the murder.

A police officer said the evidence that police found matched Mr Parker, who was known to the police but was not wanted by the public in connection with the murder.

A spokeswoman for the Royal Commissions Office said they had asked the courts to give Mr Parker cred바카라it for time already served.

Cops said the evidence that police found matched Jamie Parker, who was known to police and was not wanted by the public in connection with the murder

Parker, who had been arrested and charged in 2011, has now been issued with an interim order ordering him to appear for a bail hearing on June 21.

The court is scheduled to hear from a lawyer representing Parker yesterday.

Mr Parker’s defence solicitor, Michael Wessel, said he was grateful to the judge for allowing the application to be heard.

‘I’m glad that justice has been done and I thank the judge for al포커 의 신lowing that hearing,’ he said.

Mr Wessel said that he was satisfied that the public had a right to know the truth about the circumstances surrounding his client’s death.

‘Mr Parker would still have been alive today if he hadn’t been found with drugs and armed with a gun,’ he said.

Liberal rebels call for spill

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Liberal rebels call for spill

While many senators supported Mr Hockey’s decision to give back $400 million in emergency funding that was part of a deal with Labor that ended the election, several senators criticised what they called the Government’s “slush fund” approach towards senators.

Senator Nick Xenophon slammed Labor’s approach to senators, calling it “dishonest, dirty, shameless”.

“If your party cannot find a way out of the budget problem for Australia… then there’s no problem you can find with people like yourself who are senators,” he said.

Earlier this week, Prime Minister Tony Abbott rejected calls from Senator Cory Bernardi, a close ally, for the Australian Federal Police to investigate alleged allegations that Senator Bill Shorten stole the $400 million in emergency aid to senators.

“It is an insult to his reputation for integrity that you would, in this way, suggest that he should be stripped of his trust,” Mr Abbott told Sky News after his presgta5카지노s conference.

“We have got to do much속초출장샵 better than what we’re doing. A fair government requires a fair Senate.”

Senator Bernardi has also spoken out against Senator Bernardi over his claims, saying it’s not about the allegations, but about his family’s property in Sydney.

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