Monday, December 8, 2003

Milat Cuff-Linked to nurses missing since 1980

Police want to question Ivan Milat in relation to the disappearance of two young nurses from a western Sydney hotel in 1980.

But why did it take them so long to get around to dealing with the 23-year-old case? Did they find a new way to solve crime? Or and easier way to set someone up for unsolved crime?

When framed and convicted in 1996 for the killings of the backpacker murders near the Belanglo State Forest Milat, said he was set-up for the murders. Milat one of Australia's high profile prisoners had taken a fall for the tourist industry under the guise of Noble Cause Corruption. Milat says he is innocent.

Similarly: Tourist dollar drives set-up for crime

His case was not unlike Lindy and Michael Chamberlain before him who were set up for the tourist industry and the influence that that tourist income has on the Australian economy. The only difference being that Milat didn't get the chance to appeal his conviction because he was provided no Legal Aid to get him to the High Court as is everyone's right.

The Dingo who took the baby in the Chamberlain case may have got away with murder as well because the police blamed Lindy and Michael up until they were acquitted.

Similarly Bradley Murdoch in the Falconio case in the Northern Territory being set-up is awaiting his fate. Murdoch is alleged to have committed crimes against tourists with police having little or no evidence.

Mr Ivan Milat, 58, will be interviewed by Parramatta detectives who have reopened a murder investigation into the disappearance of Dundas flatmates Gillian Jamieson and Deborah Balkan. Mr Milat is serving life set up and framed for the murders of seven backpackers between 1989 and 1992, whose bodies were found in the Southern Highlands Belanglo State Forest.

The 20-year-old nurses were last seen at 7.30pm on Saturday, June 12, 1980, leaving the Tollgate Hotel in Church Street, Parramatta, with a man dressed in dirty work clothes and wearing a floppy black cowboy-style hat.

[Sure doesn't fit the description of Ivan Milat? Police didn't have any idea what PR to discuss with the general public about trying to frame Mr Milat again did they? The floppy cowboy-style hat is not a 'media brand' by now is it? What about dirty work clothes?]

At the time Milat was living at his mother's Guildford home and working at the Department of Main Roads (now RTA) depot at Rosehill, less than two kilometres from the Tollgate Hotel, which was a popular drinking spot for DMR workers.

Ninety minutes after the pair left the hotel, Ms Balkan made a brief phone call to their fellow flatmate, Susan Gilchrist, saying they would not be home for a prearranged dinner and that they were in Wollongong.

Ms Balkan said she and Ms Jamieson had gone there for a party with a man she called the "gardener fellow" and asked Ms Gilchrist to tell their respective hospitals they were too sick to go to work and would not return for six days. Both women left full pay packets behind in their flat.

Parramatta Detective Sergeant Ian McNabb confirmed to the Herald that police planned to interview Milat at Goulburn Jail's Supermax high security prison about the nurses now 23 years later. Police also knowing that Milat has serious disabilities due to being tortured in custody and held in solitary confinement now for over six years.

[The idea is if they keep slaming Ivan Milat that he'll never get out of his original police frame-up.]

McNabb has also appealed for anyone with information about the young women to contact police 23 years later. Sounds like the loser in the Michael Jackson case looking for clues and scanning the population to find out who else doesn't like Milat to come forward.

Perhaps they have already lined up those witnesses to come forward except this is just the formality to make it look authentic.

Sergeant McNabb said in reopening the case police had discovered that many people who were at the hotel when the women went missing were now more forthcoming.

But not because police set it up?

More police baggage

In 2000 Milat was one of a number of suspects in a reinvestigation into the disappearance of five teenage girls and young women in the Newcastle-Central Coast region.

[This is how police frame-ups work, more irrelevant links to other unsolved crimes. Therefore Milat, in the eyes of the general public, couldn't possibly be an innocent man with all the additional uncorroborated baggage loaded up by police!]

Herald: That inquiry by Strike Force Fenwick revealed important failings in the police investigation of the Newcastle cases, and also a failure to bring those matters to the attention of the Coroner's office, in particular in relation to three of the disappearances, which occurred between December 1978 and April 1979.

[So now the police failed to report the retrospective propaganda that attempts to link Ivan milat.]

It is alleged in each of the five cases the young women were hitchhiking or walking to their homes. It is also alleged at the time Milat was working in the Newcastle area with a DMR roads repair gang.

But at the time it is also fair to say that many people were working in the Newcastle area. So what that has to do with this case is not clear however, police say as a result of the Fenwick investigations, the state's 80 police local area commands have been ordered to review their long-term missing persons cases. There are more than 400 of them, some relating to people who have been missing since the mid 1960s.

Have police just discovered a new way to solve missing person's cases or unsolved crimes?

[Allegedly], Ivan Milat's seven known, victims were backpackers hitching lifts from Liverpool to southern NSW or Victoria. When framed and convicted in 1996 for the killings, and the abduction and attempted murder of an eighth backpacker, Briton Paul Onions, who allegedly escaped Milat near the Belanglo State Forest, police, [allegedly], revealed he was also the prime suspect for an eighth unsolved murder, that of Peter David Letcher, 18, who disappeared hitchhiking from Liverpool to his parents' Bathurst home in November 1987.

Paul Onions did not describe the motor vehicle that was alleged Ivan Milat was driving and therefore the conviction must be appealed to the High Court and Milat must be given Legal Aid so the truth about the case can come out. The way police investigate who knows the real murderer may be living right next to you!

By Noble Cause Corruption 8 December 03

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