EXCLUSIVE: With immigration and asylum matters back in the headlines and the Federal Government doing what it does best in demonising refugees, True Crime News Weekly can finally reveal the inside details of how Scott Morrison’s campaign to “stop the boats” during his term as Immigration Minister was more about destroying his own ships. As well as almost costing the lives of Australian sailors.
TRUE OPINION: GAY CONVERSION THERAPIST USES ‘COMING OUT’ AS DISTRACTION FROM INFLICTING EVIL! Rationalising cruelty in the name of God
A fortnight ago, a prominent member of the “ex-gay movement” in America announced he had left his wife of 34 years and was now in a relationship with a man as he could no longer deny his “non-negotiable” needs. As a ‘gay conversion therapist’ it is likely though that David Matheson has heaped untold damage to countless of other gay men prior to his own ‘coming out’, writes Tim Kent.
COPS FINALLY CIRCLING AROUND “OILY DOYLEY”! The sleaze from former Melbourne mayor Robert Doyle nears a criminal stench
EXCLUSIVE: With reports Victoria Police are finally putting together a criminal case against sleazy former Melbourne lord mayor, Robert Doyle, True Crime News Weekly can now reveal that at least one of the complaints involves an underage victim. While other former students of Geelong College are now also preparing a class action against some of their teachers, including the former Liberal Party leader they knew as “Oily Doyley”.
Any unsolved crime, especially something as heinous as the murder of a child, is bound to attract speculation. The thought that a killer like that lurks among us is haunting.Perhaps that’s why Casting JonBenet manages to be so beguiling twenty years after the infamous and still unsolved murder of six-year-old pageant queen JonBenet Ramsey. Sophie Winter with her verdict.
EXCLUSIVE: A woman who mocks the poor and thought the elderly man near the escalators was in the way, so called the police. A middle-aged man who works for a global management consulting firm and self-identifies as “politically incorrect” but nevertheless believed there was a “crazy Asian guy” nearby, and so he wrote about it to police over social media.
SCOTLAND: With a long storied history that is the envy of most, Glasgow Celtic remains one of world football’s most enduring symbols with a passionate fan base to be found all across the world, including Australia. It is also, of course, the club that is home to Socceroos stars, Tom Rogic and Daniel Arzani. But now, Celtic finds itself in the midst of explosive revelations the club covered up for and enabled child sex offenders for decades, with even legendary manager Jock Stein playing a part in not calling police despite the abuse of dozens of young boys.
Teenagers, Jack and Jennifer Edwards, were killed mid-last year at their Western Sydney home in what police say was a ‘planned attack’ by their estranged father, John Edwards. There was also a third victim. Their heartbroken mother, Olga Edwards, committed suicide just a month ago, unable to face the trauma of living without her children. Questions are now being asked as to why the 68-year-old financial services worker was able to have possession of not one but two powerful handguns given his history and background, writes Tim Kent.
SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: It’s the cold case that still casts a chill in the spines of many in Perth and beyond, with at least three women believed to have been abducted just outside of busy bars and then murdered by a serial killer stalking Western Australia more than 20 years ago. But 2019 may be the year the Claremont Serial Killings are finally solved, with prime suspect, Bradley Robert Edwards, to face trial in May. However, he is just the latest in a long line of suspects that have been under the microscope for years. Charles Sturt University lecturer, Therese Taylor, takes an in-depth look at all the murky details of a case that continues to baffle many, despite justice for the victims and their families perhaps edging ever so closer.
EXCLUSIVE: The silly and dangerous clowns over at News Corp have done it once again, this time forced to apologise to prominent Sydney lawyer Adam Houda after the Daily Telegraph this week published disgraceful lies he was the brother of a violent man arrested for allegedly shooting another man in the foot at a Western Sydney gym.
EXCLUSIVE: He is best known to many as the Nationals politician who did his best to prevent gay people from marrying, even shouting ‘No’ in parliament in a last-ditch effort to prevent the inevitable, having earlier suggested same-sex couples “need to understand” and “respect” the “sanctity of marriage”. But True Crime News Weekly can now reveal Nationals MP David Littleproud is just the latest in a long line of federal politicians facing marriage difficulties of their own.
EXCLUSIVE: Being a prison officer takes “a special type of person”, according to Corrections Victoria, but some female survivors of domestic violence are being treated as damaged goods when applying for jobs with the government bureaucracy. Our Melbourne correspondent, Gary Johnston, takes a deeper look.
EXCLUSIVE: He is already regarded by many across Australia as a bloviated, blubbering, racist, homophobic and sexist blowhard, but it can now be revealed Nationals MP George Christensen is the latest member of the federal government to be involved in a sleazy scandal, with the AFP investigating the ‘family values’ politician over his strangely regular travel to poverty-stricken south-east Asian countries such as the Philippines.
EXCLUSIVE: He is a senior member of one of the nation’s most famous Aboriginal families, and is widely considered to be one of Australia’s most powerful Indigenous and Catholic advocacy leaders, as well as a ‘good guy’. But just last week, Graeme Mundine, was unmasked as a prolific and dangerous paedophile after being found guilty and sentenced for assaulting five young boys over a period of five years. It’s undoubtedly a major story of great relevance but one that, for some reason, has so far been ignored by the country’s media and political class, and almost everybody else too. Our publisher, Serkan Ozturk, digs deeper.