Remember Bandali Debs? up for another murder in NSW

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Remember this bloke? He shot dead Sgt Gary Silk and Sen-Constable Rodney Miller, with his young cohort Jason Joseph Roberts, who was 22 at the time, in Cochranes Road, Moorabbin, Victoria, Australia on August 16, 1998.  Note that these last 2 murders precede the Silk/Miller murders when he was robbing restaurants and bars around the traps in Melbourne. This bloke is a gutless coward of a man, whom I had the pleasure of living in the same street as, at the time of the police killings. His own son tried to step into his criminal shoes after he was imprisoned for life, but died of a drug overdose in 2003. A real classy family . He was also found guilty of murdering young prostitute Kristy Harty in 1997. Well now he is being fingered for another murder up in NSW for the murder of Donna Anne Hicks at Minchinbury, in Sydney’s west, in 1995.

I am certain he has more form that is yet to be revealed so time will tell if they get him on this one. I actually have recordings about the murders that includes hours of secret covert recordings that helped convict this mongrel on CD…

Bandali Debs, the convicted killer of two police officers, has been found guilty of murdering a teenage sex worker a decade ago

COLD blooded cop-killer Bandali Michael Debs will be extradited to a New South Wales prison to face questions over the murder of a prostitute 13 years ago.

Debs, who is serving life imprisonment for the murders of Sgt Gary Silk, Sen-Constable Rodney Miller and teenage prostitute Kristy Harty, appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court via videolink today.

NSW detectives want to question Debs, 57, about the murder of Donna Anne Hicks at Minchinbury, in Sydney’s west, in 1995.

In a 2008 hearing, the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court was told Debs’ DNA matched DNA collected from the scene and a car he owned at the time was similar to the one Ms Hicks was last seen getting into.

The court was also told mobile phone and banking records showed Debs was in Sydney’s west around the time of the murder.

Today, lawyer Michael De Young, for Debs, told the court his client would fight any charges.

“Not only does he maintain his innocence, he’s convinced he won’t be convicted,” Mr De Young said.

Wearing a green prison-issue tracksuit and glasses, a balding Debs flicked through paperwork during the brief hearing.

Magistrate Jon Klestadt approved the application for transfer by the Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office.

The application was not opposed or consented to by Mr De Young.

Debs, who is currently at Barwon Prison, has not been charged.

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