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Former bush fugitive and accused murderer Malcolm Naden stole talcum powder, a purple doona, a pair of sheepskin boots, a mirror and a book titled Dreams, court documents allege.

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Mr Naden, 38, is charged with 13 break-and-enter offences and one of entering a dwelling that allegedly occurred between 2007 and 2012.

His matter came before Central Local Court today but Mr Naden, who is yet to enter a plea on a range of charges, did not appear.

Police allege that, while breaking into rural properties, he stole thousands of items of food and clothing, as well as several weapons.

The missing items included more than a few dozen bottles of beer, toothbrushes and five kilograms of raw cashews. A real man with real needs…!!!

Property owners also reported that several pairs of binoculars, a semi-automatic rifle, knives and a solar-powered radio were stolen. How to survive in the bush whilst on the run.

Talcum powder, a purple doona, a pair of sheepskin boots, a mirror and a book titled Dreams also disappeared. Bare esentials for a bush fugitive in Australia.

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Did they mention the cookies and milk he stole under the guise of ‘Billy The Kid’

The former abattoir worker was captured in a remote area of Gloucester in the Upper Hunter region on March 22. Maybe he captured and killed kangaroos for food.

He had been on the run from police since 2005. Long time between drinks mate.

Mr Naden has also been charged with murder in connection with the death of Kristy Scholes in 2005 and two counts of aggravated indecent assault on a 12-year-old girl.

If he is guilty of murder then a slow death is too good for him. If not guilty it makes for great

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He was also charged with the attempted murder of a police officer at Nowendoc on December 7, 2011. How often are these claims of attempted murder of a police officer over exaggerated.

Maybe he spat in the face of the police officer & it was interpreted as attempted murder by possible disease transmission…!! Or did he shoot the officer and the bullet grazed his brain leaving him in a coma. They leave us thinking the worst. Is this how we the Australian people of the past come to support to a great extent the folklore of the Australian bushranger or the Billy the kid legends of the American wild west?

Police also suspect he was involved in the disappearance of Lateesha Nolan, who went missing before Mr Naden disappeared in 2005.

Magistrate Clare Farnan adjourned today’s matter to the same court on August 7, when Mr Naden is expected to enter a plea to the indecent assault charges.

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Five people have been placed under arrested after police smashed what they claim was a Sydney-based heroin drug syndicate.

Officers seized about 20 kilograms of heroin after intercepting a shipping container arriving from Thailand, police said today.

Customs officers found the heroin wrapped in newspaper inside sports bags that had been packed into two boxes, police said.

“If you even think you can smuggle this sort of contraband into the country, watch out – get a grip we will find you, smash your operation, and put you before the courts,” NSW Police Central Metropolitan Region Commander Mark Murdoch said in a statement.

Police searched properties at Mount Annan, Narellan Vale, Casula, Belfield, Punchbowl and Wiley Park yesterday, and said they also found prohibited firearms, drugs, ammunition and cash.

They arrested three men, a 49-year-old man from Belfield and two men aged 52 and 55 from Mount Annan, who were charged with conspiracy to import a commercial quantity of a controlled drug, heroin.
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The Mount Annan men were also charged with attempting to possess a commercial quantity of an unlawfully imported border controlled drug.

Two men, aged 64 and 66 from Narellan Vale, were arrested and charged with attempting to traffic a commercial quantity of a controlled drug.

NSW Police and the NSW Crime Commission were working with the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service.

“This is further evidence that the key to tackling organised crime and protecting our borders is through co-operation and the sharing of intelligence,” Customs and Border Protection National Director of Compliance and Enforcement Roxanne Kelley said.

A press conference will be held today.

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The Opposition says Immigration Minister Chris Bowen has ”some explaining to do” after alleged people smuggler “Captain Emad” fled Australia on Tuesday night. HA-HA said the clown.

Coalition immigration spokesperson Scott Morrison said Captain Emad – who was living in Canberra – had “done a runner” on the current labour government’s watch.

Captain Emad left Australia only a day or so after a Four Corners report about his activities aired on Monday evening.

Officials & federal police were slow & powerless to act.

Mr Morrison said Captain Emad would not have been able to flee if he had been placed on a temporary protection visa.

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Australian Federal Police Commissioner Tony Negus told reporters in Canberra today that Captain Emadhad not been detained when he left Melbourne, despite an alert going out to authorities.Mr Negus said there was not enough evidence yet to detain him and that he had the right to the democratic presumption of innocence.”Yes, it’s frustrating,” Mr Negus said of the people smuggling case.But he said the federal police would go ahead with the “full force of the law” in investigating Captain Emad.This afternoon, Mr Morrison said Mr Bowen should answer questions about what advice he sought from the Immigration Department around cancelling Captain Emad’s visa.”(Mr Bowen) has some explaining to do,” Mr Morrison told reporters in Perth.


He also said that Mr Bowen should bring forward changes to the Migration Act to allow the minister to suspend or cancel visas: “to ensure someone like Captain Emad wasn’t able to just slip out of the country.”

Earlier this week, Immigration Minister Chris Bowen has said he had “no tolerance” for people gaining refugee status based on false information and the government will investigate claims that people smugglers are based in Australia.

The AFP Commissioner said police had an idea of where Captain Mead had flown to, but would not reveal the location.

He also said it was highly unlikely that Captain Emad would be arrested overseas.
“There is little likelihood he would be arrested overseas and returned to Australia unless there is more evidence that can be collected prior to that eventuality ,” he said.

Mr Negus said that police had known about the alleged activities of Australian-based people smugglers before they were aired in a Four Corners report on Monday night.

He said the group had been the subject of an investigation for about two years and the investigation was ongoing be it at a snails pace.

Mr Negus said there were a number of suspects and a number of identities in their investigations into the group.

Four Corners reported that people smuggling agents had come to Australia by boat while posing as asylum seekers and had been granted residency.

The program confronted a man known as “Captain Emad” in the northern Canberra suburb of Gungahlin as he worked collecting supermarket trolleys.

He is alleged to have been involved with another Jakarta-based smuggler, Abu Ali Kuwaiti, a chief organiser for a voyage from Indonesia in which 97 people disappeared and are presumed to have drowned.

It is also claimed Captain Emad had been living in taxpayer-funded housing in Canberra while engaged in people smuggling.

Mr Negus said Four Corners had approached the federal police in February about its people smuggling program and that police had provided the ABC with some information about people smugglers.
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He said the federal police did not have “full visibility” of the program but noted that Four Corners had respected some of the “more sensitive elements” of their investigations.

Mr Negus noted that some of the information presented in the Four Corners report did not amount to evidence that was able to be used in a court of law.

Immigration Minister Chris Bowen has said he had “no tolerance” for people gaining refugee status based on false information and the government will investigate claims that people smugglers are based in Australia.

The federal police said that, since September 2008, 14 alleged organisers have been arrested, including five organisers who have been sentenced to up to seven years’ jail.

Other alleged organisers are before the court. Four alleged Australian-based organisers were arrested in March 2012.

Labor has been ridiculed by the opposition following the Four Corners report, with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott calling the government “utterly incompetent” at border protection.

“If the TV station can find [the people  smugglers], why can’t the government & federal police find & stop them?” Mr Abbott asked.

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