Coonawarra cab sav named top drop, his name and date of birth posted on Facebook

Coonawarra cab sav named top drop, his name and date of birth posted on Facebook


A young Tasmanian cab driver who set fire to his cab while out on patrol, then posted his address online is the new face of the notorious black market taxi services used by people across Australi예스카지노a.

Police have launched a police operation after the 20-year-old had a picture of himself with a black stick and black flag attached to his seat on social me더킹카지노dia site Facebook.

But the Cab Driver of the Year, 21-year-old William Scaffidi of the Port of Coonawarra is the face of the illegal black market taxi industry, and has made headlines around the world after he was found at the scene with a black stick and flag.

Mr Scaffidi, who is from Darwin, is serving a two-year jail term for his role in the horrific attack.

His lawyer, Ian Stearns, has released photos of the cab driver posted on Facebook, showing him dressed in black, holding a black stick, and walking on a dark street with a black flag, which police believe he has used to post the addresses of local people.

In a statement, his lawyer said that he was not involved in the crime and that there was not anything illegal about what he posted.

The Facebook photos have prompted questions about his motivations and whether he has ever been a police officer.

‘I think we should be the only ones to know what he does in there’

One of his followers, who asked not to be named, said he had seen Mr Scaffidi’s profile and knew he was no longer working for the police but wanted to know the exact role he worked for.

„He must be a detective. I think we should be the only ones to know what h우리카지노e does in there, as this is very difficult,“ he said.

„People should know it, but he doesn’t, but is part of the criminal underworld. I think he’s doing his job by putting out a picture.“

„The worst part is that we never get to see the pictures of the other people who have died in there in order to not get caught.“

Topics: human-interest, police, carool-4727, tas, cairns-4870

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Aboriginal land council protests against whitehaven coal mine

Aboriginal land council protests against whitehaven coal mine


As members of the federal Aboriginal land council take aim at the proposed $500 million Abbot Point coalmine on the Kimberley coast, it is understood some are worried the mine could derail the council’더킹카지노s efforts to ensure Indigenous rights.

Key points: Some concerned the mine would affect Indigenous rights

An Aboriginal Land Council inquiry has heard from a group of indigenous members affected by the project

One has expressed concern about the possibility of a conflict with the BHP Billiton Group’s $4.5 billion dollar coal mine at Adani coal mine

The council has previously voiced opposition to the Adani mine, which it says will be a big step backwards for Indigenous people.

In its report,바카라사이트 the council also received an „opportunity to voice concerns“ about Adani’s decision t바카라사이트o start operations at the Adani mine after negotiations stalled last year.

Topics: indigenous-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander, industry, coal, abbot-point-3204, melbourne-3000

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