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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Sudanese youths in court over cop attack at rugby union club

from Her Royal Whyness:

Courier Mail:

Sudanese youths in court over cop attack at rugby union club
Tony Keim
May 21

FOUR Sudanese nationals seriously injured two senior off-duty police officers at a Brisbane football club after having first threatened to rape their wives and children, a jury has been told.

A Brisbane District Court jury was told the four also allegedly assaulted the manager of the Southern Districts Rugby Union Club at Annerley about 12.30am on November 24, 2007.

Magid Santino Agwaig, 25, Marier Majur Amour, 22, and brothers Doctor Martin and Hakuma Martin Mirich-Teny, 21 and 25, all yesterday pleaded not guilty to two counts each of grievous bodily harm and one of common assault.

Prosecutor Catherine Birkett said off-duty officers Senior-Sergeant David Ewgarde and Inspector Stephen Munro, who is also the football club's president, were at a Christmas party on the evening of November 23.

Ms Birkett said the officers and manager Donald Godfrey had been standing on the clubhouse veranda when they heard loud banging sounds nearby.

The court was told Godfrey and Munro went to investigate and found a group of men kicking metal signs.

Ms Birkett said Godfrey and Munro asked the group to desist and move on, but were then subjected to a string of loud expletives and racial slurs.

The jury said members of the group made comments such as "you white pieces of s***", "get back on the boat" and "go back to England".

Ms Birkett said one comment heard was: "We are going to rape your children."

She said when Godfrey tried to entice them to leave he had liquid, possibly cheap wine, thrown in his eye and was then repeatedly hit. The jury was told both Ewgarde and Munro were then assaulted by one or more of the group.

Ms Birkett said Munro later required surgery for several fractures to his eye-socket, while Ewgarde required dental treatment to remove teeth smashed in the alleged attack.

Munro testified he was "king-hit" when he tried to move the youths off the club's grounds.

"The next thing (I know) I am king-hit straight into my right eye," he said.

Munro said he later required 13 stitches for three lacerations around his left eye and required surgery to correct his eye-socket fractures.

The trial before Judge Michael Forde is unfinished.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

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African gang attacks woman in Wagga Wagga
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Charity worker and wife attacked on Christmas Eve
Islander and African gangs rob people in Newcastle
Robbery, Moorooka
Broad daylight bag snatch
Attempted child abduction in Huntingdale
Appeal for information about alleged assault — Ashfield
Police search for backpacker bashers
Armed robbery, Acacia Ridge
Lone Sydney motorist robbed at gunpoint
Armed robbery
Armed hold-up outside train station
African gang wanted over robbery in Moorooka
16-year-old girl robbed in Runcorn
Man stabbed in Eden Hill
Attempted abduction in Raymond Terrace
Teenage girl escapes abductor
Teenage girl escapes latest snatch bid
Robbery at Perth's Curtin University
Armed African gang in wallet grab
African teen punches elderly volunteer unconcious
African wanted over takeaway robbery
Rock-throwing Africans bash and rob motorist
African assaults girl at Sydney pool
Brutal bashing at Melbourne train station caught on film
Ethnic gangs fuelling fears of a race war
Police seek indecent assault witnesses
Charges soon over murder of Sudanese schoolboy
Another assault at ‘house of horrors’
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Welcome to Noble Park
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Sexual assault & robbery

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 10:00:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sudanese rapes woman in public in front of busy mall in brisbane.

The offence was committed at about 10 p.m. one Wednesday evening in the Queen Street Mall. The complainant, a young woman aged 19, had been at a nightclub, The Basement, in the Wintergarden complex which fronts the mall. After spending time there with other young people, talking, drinking and listening to music, she was feeling a little tired and sick and so she went out on to the mall for some air. She lay down on a bench positioned in the centre of the mall and fell asleep. When she woke up she was lying on her back and the applicant was sitting on top of her with a leg on either side of her. She felt something in her vagina. The applicant then got up and moved away. By its verdict, the jury accepted that the applicant had inserted his penis into her vagina to some extent.

The applicant was born in Sudan and was aged about 26 at the time of the offence.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 10:07:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Wednesday, May 20, 2009 10:08:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

R v Athuai [2005] VSC 252 (22 July 2005)

sudanese kills random arab kid

3 At the time of the crime you were 17 and one half years of age, having been born on 12 February 1986. On the evening of 24 September 2003 you were in company with two friends, William Angok and Birag Kuat. At about midnight the three of you were in Bourke Street, Melbourne. There you met up with some other youths. From there you proceeded through the underpass under the Flinders Street Railway Station from Elizabeth Street to a seat on the north bank of the Yarra River.

4 At the time of his death Hani Jaber was also 17 years of age. On that evening he, in company with his two friends Hassan Hussain and Alexandra Berry, had visited the City. From there they decided to proceed to Crown Casino on the south bank of the Yarra River. They also walked through the underpass under the Flinders Street Railway Station. There they saw your group of companions at the seat on the north bank of the river. Jaber and Hussain approached your group and spoke with you. Their approach to your group was amicable. However, their friendly overtures were rebuffed. One of the members of your group asked Hussain if he had a knife, and intimated that they should indulge in a knife fight. Hani Jaber, sensing that the situation was amiss, suggested to his friends that they continue on to the south bank of the river. Accordingly, Jaber, Hussain and Alexandra Berry crossed the footbridge to the south bank, and then turned west, walking in the direction of the Crown Casino. At that stage you, in company with Angok and Kuat, ran across the footbridge, approached the deceased and his friends, accosted them, and then commenced to attack them. Kuat punched Hussain to the ground and jumped onto him. At about the same time Angok and you commenced to attack and wrestle with Hani Jaber. That struggle commenced on the southern side of the promenade, and then moved across to the steps in front of the Esso building on the northern side of the promenade. In the course of the struggle the deceased man’s tracksuit top, and his two T-shirts, were wrested off him.

5 You were significantly taller and stronger than the deceased man, who was only 167cms tall and 58kgs in weight. Notwithstanding that difference in size, and despite the fact that there were two of you onto one, nonetheless the deceased man was able to keep his feet. When you reached the steps of the Esso building, you mounted those steps. You produced a knife, at first concealing it from your unsuspecting victim by holding it behind your back. With the advantage of your superior height and reach, and with the added advantage of surprise, you then stabbed the deceased man. He fell to the ground. At that stage Angok dissociated himself from the struggle and proceeded to decamp. You lent over the fallen Jaber, and forcefully stabbed him at least three times in the chest, fatally wounding him. You then stood up and commenced to depart. You turned around, returned to the prostrate body of your victim, and collected your yellow cap. You then departed in company with Kuat. At the time that you stabbed Jaber when he was on the ground you were observed to be smiling. When you returned to collect your cap, Alexandra Berry was standing next to the deceased man. You looked at her and smiled again.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 10:09:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

By Edith Bevan

April 22, 2008 12:00am

EDDIE Spowart was stabbed to death because he didn't smoke and couldn't give a cigarette to a gang of youths who approached him at a train station yesterday.

Horrified friends told The Daily Telegraph that the 54-year-old had been on the phone when the group of African males approached him at Granville Train Station about 12.45am.

They asked him for a cigarette but when the Fijian qualified fitter, who moved to Australian in 1989, told them to go away because he didn't smoke things turned nasty, his long-time friend Tony Chand said.

He was stabbed several times in his thigh, stomach and underneath his shoulder.

topix immigration among many other forums are good for this information

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 10:19:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


The aboriginals and the sudanese fight eachother over aboriginal women sometimes.

Okay ... I work for a Govt. Dept. up here in the NT

There was an incident recently that our Dept. had to deal with in regards to a housing situation. An African refugee family was too scared to go home to their taxpayer funded housing because twice in one day, they were bashed by Aborigines in their own accomodation.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009 10:24:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bridging the gap - QPS/Sudanese Youth Football Challenge

Officers from the Queensland Police Service and young members of the Sudanese community will be testing their skills in a QPS and Sudanese Youth Football (Soccer) Challenge on Sunday, February 10.

The match, titled ‘Bridging the gap’, will see the two teams kicking off at 11am at the Annerley Soccer Club, Greenslopes. It is expected the event will attract up to 600 supporters.

Sergeant Jim Bellos, Cross Cultural Liaison Officer for the Metropolitan South Region, said the match had been suggested by Sudanese youth who play locally in and around the Annerley and Yeronga areas.

He said the aim of the day was to celebrate diversity and encourage a fun and safe community environment.

“This kind of event brings people together and everyone can feel a sense of belonging within the broader community.

Thursday, May 21, 2009 2:54:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A trial has begun for a Canberra man accused of stabbing his friend with a screwdriver because of conversations the other man had with his wife.

Taxi driver Ayoub Abuaagla, from Mawson, has pleaded not guilty to intentionally wounding Ashraf Osman.

The ACT Supreme Court jury heard that the two men and their wives were friends before the incident and all are members of Canberra's Sudanese community.

It is alleged Abuaagla went to Osman's house in Chifley one night in Februrary last year and asked Osman to talk outside.

Monday, July 13, 2009 9:55:00 am  

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