Crime never sleeps, and nor do we. True crime stories in real time. All the time. Inspired by the pulp fiction and noir of yesteryear and with a progressive gonzo bent, our team of reporters brings you some of the most enthralling and under-reported true crime news from Australia and around the world. We promise to always continue in our mission to deliver you true crime and justice news in real time as well as break exclusive stories and investigations that others are too afraid to publish.



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2018 Headshot Serkan OzturkSerkan Ozturk is the publisher and editor of True Crime News Weekly. With a colourful career spanning across the Australian media and international news in print, online, radio and television, Serkan has had his journalism previously published by RT News, Sydney Morning Herald, Crikey, Australian Doctor, Dopamine Magazine, City Hub and the Star Observer. He also has experience working in the criminal justice system, having spent a stint in 2014 as a process analyst and writer for a maximum security prison in Queensland. Serkan is a member of the MEAA.



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Gary Johnston HeadshotGary Johnston grew up on a council estate in Glasgow, Scotland and has had an interest in crime his entire life. As well as writing for the BBC and a number of other media outlets, he worked with disadvantaged youth in Glasgow’s notorious Castlemilk estate, which then led to him spending a year as a writer in residence at Polmont Young Offenders Prison. Relocating to Australia in 1999, he became a Probation and Parole Officer in the tourist town of Byron Bay, an experience he chronicles in his book, ‘No Previous Conviction’, published in May 2107. He now lives in Melbourne where he teaches a course in Criminal Justice at Swinburne University.



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Rudy Terwilliger Headshot 2018.jpgRudy Terwilliger is an investigative reporter for True Crime News Weekly and currently resides in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. He has a strong interest in corruption in both the business and political worlds.



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Miles Hunt headshotMiles Hunt is a practising lawyer, writer and novelist as well as the founder of leading drugs reform NGO, Unharm. He has worked as a lawyer for 10 years, and has been predominantly running workers compensation claims, workplace claims, motor accident compensation claims, public liability claims, and negligence matters. He is an expert in psychiatric and brain injury matters and has successfully run a number of civil liability cases for victims who have been assaulted at pubs, bars, or other public places.