Montag, Januar 30, 2006
PLEAS from police and Jewish community leaders to send neo-Nazi axe murderer Dane Sweetman back to jail for breaching his parole conditions by allegedly assaulting a hotel patron have been rejected by the Bracks Government. Patrons at the Tote Hotel in the Melbourne suburb of Collingwood have alleged Sweetman headbutted and punched a man who questioned him about swastika tattoos on his neck earlier this month. Police sources said the man did not wish to proceed with charges against Sweetman because he feared retribution. Sweetman was released on parole last October after serving 15 years of a 20-year sentence for the 1990 murder of David Noble with an axe at a party to celebrate the birthday of Adolf Hitler. At the time of the murder, Sweetman was on bail for another bashing offence. He had been released from jail five months earlier after serving four years for attempted murder.
Eingestellt von dok um 1/30/2006 10:57:00 AM