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A police officer who kicked, punched and stomped on a man after he was involved in a high-speed crash during a pursuit in Newcastle has been found not guilty of assault after the prosecution failed to prove he knew what he was doing.Senior constable Christopher Charles Fullick, 37, had raised the defence of "automatism" as a result of post-traumatic amnesia, claiming he had no memory of the incident, or the next 10 minutes, after he was involved in a crash with the fleeing vehicle that "nearly killed" him.The Bondi to Manly walkVideo duration02:28Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:26Dashcam video: police officer found not ...Dashcam video: police officer found not guilty of assaultDashcam video shows a police officer kicking, punching and stomping on a man after he was involved in a

a wet and windy week ahead to herald the end of summer

The Bondi to Manly walkVideo duration02:28Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:46Sydney's 'guardian angels'Sydney's 'guardian angels'The crew of the rescue helicopters that patrol Sydney's beaches rescue an average of two people every day of summer. The Bondi to Manly walkVideo duration02:28Video duration02:28The Bondi to Manly walkThe Bondi to Manly walkJohn Faulkner, former defence minister; Di Westaway, founder of Coastrek; and Lachlan Harris, co-founder/CEO of One Big Switch, are looking to establish the Bondi to Manly harbour walk.Dashcam video: police officer found not guilty of assaultVideo duration01:26Video duration01:26Dashcam video: police officer found not ...Dashcam video: police officer found not guilty of assaultDashcam video shows a police officer kicking, punching and

donald trump slams fbi 'leakers' amid reports the bureau refused to deny russian

Washington: President Donald Trump lashed out once again at US intelligence agencies, targeting the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over leaks that have hobbled his administration.Mr Trump's latest attack – via his preferred medium of Twitter – came amid reports the FBI had refused a White House request to deny the Trump team had pre-inauguration contact with Russian officials.Dashcam video: police officer found not guilty of assaultVideo duration01:26Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:26Dashcam video: police officer found not ...Dashcam video: police officer found not guilty of assaultDashcam video shows a police officer kicking, punching and stomping on a man after he was involved in a high-speed crash during a pursuit through Hamilton in January 2016. Vision first appear on

sara connor sentenced to four years in jail by bali court over policeman killing

Sara Connor has been sentenced to four years in jail after being found guilty of fatally assaulting Bali Police officer Wayan Sudarsa in August 2016. Australian woman Sara Connor has been found guilty of committing fatal assault in company of Bali Police officer Wayan Sudarsa and has been sentenced to four years in jail.Chief Judge Made Pasek rejected Ms Connor's claim that all she did was separate her British boyfriend David Taylor and Wayan Sudarsa on the night of the deadly fight in August last year.Ms Connor, he found, had jumped on Mr Sudarsa's shoulders, effectively pinning him down."The defendant's action was not intended to separate (them) but to help David Taylor so that the victim could not fight back."The 46-year-old mother of two stood quietly as Monday's sentence was handed do

jnu student found dead

A 27-year-old student of JNU allegedly committed suicide due to depression in south Delhi's Munirka area today evening.The deceased Krish was a student of MPhil in JNU. No suicide note has been found till now, police said.Till now it hasn't been found that the extreme step was taken by the student owing to any issues at the university, said a senior police officer.He is said to have been depressed for some time over some personal issues, he added.A PCR call was received at 5.05 PM that a person had locked himself in a room at a house in Munirka Vihar, said a senior police officer.On reaching the spot, police forced open the door and a young man was found hanging from the ceiling fan.The crime team was called to the spot and the scene was inspected and photographed."He had come to his frien

sara connor sentenced to four years in jail by bali court over policeman killing

Sara Connor has been sentenced to four years in jail after being found guilty of fatally assaulting Bali Police officer Wayan Sudarsa in August 2016. Australian woman Sara Connor has been found guilty of committing fatal assault in company of Bali Police officer Wayan Sudarsa and has been sentenced to four years in jail.Chief Judge Made Pasek rejected Ms Connor's claim that all she did was separate her British boyfriend David Taylor and Wayan Sudarsa on the night of the deadly fight in August last year.Ms Connor, he found, had jumped on Mr Sudarsa's shoulders, effectively pinning him down."The defendant's action was not intended to separate (them) but to help David Taylor so that the victim could not fight back."The 46-year-old mother of two sat quietly as Monday's sentence was handed down

sara connor sentenced to four years in jail by bali court over policeman killing

Sara Connor has been sentenced to four years in jail after being found guilty of fatally assaulting Bali Police officer Wayan Sudarsa in August 2016. Australian woman Sara Connor has been found guilty of committing fatal assault in company of Bali Police officer Wayan Sudarsa and has been sentenced to four years in jail.Chief Judge Made Pasek rejected Ms Connor's claim that all she did was separate her British boyfriend David Taylor and Wayan Sudarsa on the night of the deadly fight in August last year.Ms Connor, he found, had jumped on Mr Sudarsa's shoulders, effectively pinning him down."The defendant's action was not intended to separate (them) but to help David Taylor so that the victim could not fight back."The 46-year-old mother of two sat quietly as Monday's sentence was handed down

sara connor sentenced to four years in jail by bali court over policeman killing

Sara Connor has been sentenced to four years in jail after being found guilty of fatally assaulting Bali Police officer Wayan Sudarsa in August 2016. Australian woman Sara Connor has been found guilty of committing fatal assault in company of Bali Police officer Wayan Sudarsa and has been sentenced to four years in jail.Chief Judge Made Pasek rejected Ms Connor's claim that all she did was separate her British boyfriend David Taylor and Wayan Sudarsa on the night of the deadly fight in August last year.Ms Connor, he found, had jumped on Mr Sudarsa's shoulders, effectively pinning him down."The defendant's action was not intended to separate (them) but to help David Taylor so that the victim could not fight back."The 46-year-old mother of two sat quietly as Monday's sentence was handed down

court issues arrest warrant against bjp mp babul supriyo

A city court today issued an arrest warrant against Union minister and BJP MP Babul Supriyo in connection with a case filed by the police on a complaint by a Trinamool Congress MLA.Acting on a charge sheet filed by the Kolkata Police yesterday, the Alipore court issued a bailable arrest warrant against Supriyo.The Union minister had been summoned thrice in connection with the case, but each time he failed to appear citing a variety of reasons, according to a Kolkata police officer.TMC MLA Mohua Moitra had on January 4 lodged a complaint against Supriyo alleging that the BJP MP had "used words" intended to "insult her modesty" during a live show on a TV channel.In the complaint she also alleged that Supriyo had tried to make fun of her name by linking it to 'Mohua', a local drink, in the TV

teenager charged after police officer bitten during chase north of brisbane

A teenager has been charged after allegedly biting and hitting a police officer on the northside of Brisbane on Friday evening.Police said about 11pm a car left Church Street in Eatons Hill and hit a tree, with witnesses seeing the male driver fleeing the scene.
A police officer was bitten on the arm during a foot chase in Eatons Hills. Photo: Glenn HuntIt will be alleged police ran after the man and when caught he assaulted the officers by biting and hitting them.A 19-year-old Eatons Hill man has been charged with serious assault of police and was due to appear at the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday morning.A 16-year-old girl and a 22-year-old man who were passengers in the car, were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.A male constable was treated for a serious b

police launch double murder probe after incident in stockholm suburb

Police cordons in Hallonbergen on Tuesday. Photo: Pontus Lundahl/TT
UPDATED: Police have launched a murder investigation after a man and a woman were found injured, and later died, in the Hallonbergen area of Sundbyberg, north of Stockholm.
Officers were called to the Stockholm suburb shortly after 9am on Tuesday.
They found two people injured, one outside and one inside a building. The latter is understood to have died at the scene, while the person found outside died after being taken to hospital.
Police confirmed that an officer fired their gun at the scene "to interrupt ongoing crime", without injuring anyone, and have as a result also launched a routine internal investigation. 
Four men have been arrested on suspicion of murder or complicity to murder.
Police declined to

police probe double murder in stockholm suburb

Police cordons in Hallonbergen on Tuesday. Photo: Pontus Lundahl/TT
Police have launched a murder investigation after two people were found injured, and later died, in the Hallonbergen area of Sundbyberg, north of Stockholm.
Officers were called to the Stockholm suburb shortly after 9am on Tuesday.
They found two people injured, one outside and one inside a building. The latter is understood to have died at the scene, while the person found outside died after being taken to hospital.
Police confirmed that an officer fired their gun at the scene "to interrupt ongoing crime" and have as a result also launched a routine internal investigation. It is not known whether this caused any of the injuries.
The TT news agency reports that four people are being held on suspicion of murder.

you too have families, j&k police chief warns ultras

Days after militants threatened family of a senior police officer in Shopian district, Jammu and Kashmir Police chief Shesh Paul Vaid on Wednesday warned ultras that they too have families.“Militants should realise they too have families. Let them (militants) take this as a warning,” Vaid told a national news channel in response to the ransacking of a DSP level police officer’s house by militants in south Kashmir’s Shopian district earlier this week and threats to his family members.“This is between police and terrorists and families should not be brought into this conflict. If the police start doing this (threatening), what will happen to their (militant) families,” he said. A group of 10-12 militants had reportedly entered the house of DSP on Monday night and after ransacking it, warned

ex-white house secret service officer guilty of “at work” teen sexting charges

Matt WadeShare this storyLee Robert MooreA Secret Service officer has pleaded guilty to sexting, from the White House, an undercover officer he thought was 14 years old. Lee Robert Moore, who has been terminated from his post of checking identification at the White House entrance, also admitted (PDF) to sending a minor girl sexually explicit pictures of himself and of enticing her to do the same.According to his court admission, Moore befriended an undercover officer and other girls on a website called Meet24 and on the Kik messenger application.According to court documents, (PDF) the defendant in 2015 told an undercover officer posing as a teen girl that he was texting her "in the break room" and that he had "to go relieve someone else to go on break."In a statement, the Justice Departmen

police officer receives bravery medal for saving child from fire | news

The Greek Police’s top brass on Thursday praised emergency dispatch officer Vassilis Terzakis for brave conduct, bestowing him with a police medal for his role in rescuing a child.Terzakis pulled a young boy out of a burning building in the Athens district of Patissia on February 19, 2015, saving his life after the boy fainted in the blaze due to smoke inhalation.

police arrest man who escaped from supreme court

The man who escaped from the ACT Supreme Court last Friday has been arrested by police. Police found the man in the passenger seat of a car during a routine traffic stop in Gungahlin just after 3am. 
Police have arrested the man who escaped from the ACT Supreme Court last Friday.  Photo: SuppliedThey said the man violently resisted arrest, with one officer sustaining minor injuries in the scuffle. The man ran from the ACT Supreme Court while he was on trial last Friday.He will appear in the ACT Magistrates Court on Thursday morning, facing charges of resisting a territory official as well as being wanted on a first instance warrant. 

special guard charged with taxi driver's murder remanded in custody | news

A 30-year-old police special guard alleged to have murdered a 52-year-old tax driver in Kastoria last week was remanded in custody on Monday.The suspect is the officer who shot and arrested Nikos Maziotis – the self-professed leader of guerrilla group Revolutionary Struggle – during a shootout at Monastiraki in 2014.The guard initially told investigators that he killed the taxi driver in order to rob him before attributing the attack to personal differences.During his testimony before a magistrate, the guard reportedly reiterated the same motives and was subsequently transferred to a prison in Grevena.The family of the police officer on Sunday issued an apology to the victim's family.The victim, who was shot in the head and back, was found by police in a remote area off the Lefki-Koromilia

bali prosecutors to appeal sara connor's sentence

Bali prosecutors will seek a longer jail sentence for Australian woman Sara Connor, who got a four year term for the fatal assault of a Bali policeman. Prosecutors will challenge Australian Sara Connor's four-year sentence over the fatal assault of a Bali police officer, saying it is too short.They are not, however, planning to appeal the six-year term handed to her British boyfriend David Taylor.Prosecutor Anak Agung Jayalantara said on Friday that they thought the sentence meted out to the 46-year-old mother of two on Monday was "unfair".Her sentence was half of what prosecutors had called for and two years less than what her British boyfriend David Taylor received."Sara should receive a sentence that is not too much different (from his) or at least more than a half of what we requested.

bali prosecutors to appeal sara connor's sentence

Bali prosecutors will seek a longer jail sentence for Australian woman Sara Connor, who got a four year term for the fatal assault of a Bali policeman. Prosecutors will challenge Australian Sara Connor's four-year sentence over the fatal assault of a Bali police officer, saying it is too short.They are not, however, planning to appeal the six-year term handed to her British boyfriend David Taylor.Prosecutor Anak Agung Jayalantara said on Friday that they thought the sentence meted out to the 46-year-old mother of two on Monday was "unfair".Her sentence was half of what prosecutors had called for and two years less than what her British boyfriend David Taylor received."Sara should receive a sentence that is not too much different (from his) or at least more than a half of what we requested.

hunt members consider appeal following guilty verdicts under hunting act

Three hunt members are considering an appeal after being found guilty of illegal hunting.The Grove and Rufford Hunt members — who denied the charges — are seeking legal advice and are considering appealing the decision to a higher court.The three-day trial at Mansfield Magistrates Court concluded today (Tuesday, 14 March).This is the first time in more than two years that there has been a successful prosecution of a registered hunt under the 2004 Hunting Act.Paul Larby, 57, was ordered to pay total costs of £1,848, including a fine of £800; Peter White, 57, was ordered to pay £853, including a £550 fine; and Jane Wright, 63, £448, including a fine of £180. The alleged incident took place on 30 January 2016 and the trio, who are all from Nottinghamshire, pleaded not guilty to offences under

prosecutors to appeal sara connor jail sentence

Bali: Australian Sara Connor could face more years behind bars over the death of a Bali police officer after prosecutors announced they would appeal her four year jail sentence.Prosecutor Agung Jayalantara told Fairfax Media the appeal as been filed because prosecutors had requested both Connor and her British DJ boyfriend David Taylor face the same sentence over Wayan Sudarsa's death.
Sara Connor prepares for her verdict trial in Bali on Monday. Photo: AP"This afternoon prosecutor Oka filed the notification to appeal to Denpasar District Court," he said.The appeal is an ominous sign for Connor as it is common for appellate courts in Indonesia to impose harsher sentences on appeal.Taylor and Connor were found guilty of fatal group assault in the Denpasar District Court on Monday and sent

teenagers caught racing each other past police

Police caught two teenagers drag racing along a Warrnambool road on Friday night.The two officers were filling up their van with petrol when the speeding teens flew past on Raglan Parade about 11.30pm.
Unbeknown to the drivers, police witnessed their drag race. Photo: Marina NeilThe officers estimated the pair was travelling about 100 km/h in a 60 km/h zone.A short time later the drivers pulled up behind the police officers, who proceeded to request they pull over.The 18-year-old drivers were charged with a number of traffic related offences and their cars have been impounded for the next 30 days.If found guilty of hoon driving, the teenagers could have their cars impounded for up to three months.

man arrested after tailing and ramming undercover police car

A man who allegedly tailed and then rammed an undercover police car in Perth's southern suburbs on Saturday has been arrested and charged. The incident occurred on Carrington Street in Hilton around 6am. 
The undercover police car was rammed by a 37-year-old Hilton man around 6am on Saturday.  Photo: WA PoliceA police spokesman said Fremantle Detectives noticed a Ford Territory following their vehicle as they travelled down Winterfold Road. "As the officers turned into Carrington Street, the Ford remained behind the police vehicle," he said."Shortly after the Ford struck the police vehicle from behind causing the police vehicle to spin out of control."The police vehicle did not crash and no officers were injured in the incident. The Ford allegedly drove away from the scene but was found

somali refugee found guilty over brisbane machete attack

A Somali refugee has been found guilty of attempting to kill his former partner with a machete during an attack in Brisbane's south.Muhumed Samow Ali and the woman had been separated for almost two months when he ran her off the road in September 2015.
The man was found guilty of attempting to murder his former partner in the attack.  Photo: SuppliedHe then chased her down a suburban Wacol street with the 40cm blade as she screamed for help."He hit me seven times and when he hit me the seventh time ... that's when I fell," she told the Brisbane Supreme Court through a Somali interpreter.The woman suffered a six-centimetre cut down to her skull from the blows.She was rescued by neighbour Clinton Holgate, who fought off Ali with a wheelie bin.AdvertisementOther residents also kept the woma

sara connor sentenced to four years' jail over bali policeman's death

Bali: Byron Bay woman Sara Connor has been found guilty of fatal group assault and jailed for four years over the death of a Bali police officer despite maintaining her innocence throughout a marathon four-month trial. The seven months Connor has already spent in jail will be deducted from her sentence.The verdict comes after her British DJ boyfriend David Taylor - who confessed to bashing Wayan Sudarsa but insisted he was acting in self-defence - was convicted of fatal group assault and sentenced to six years' jail.Q&A: Australian author vows never to return to USVideo duration02:03Previous slideNext slideVideo duration02:03Q&A: Australian author vows never to ...Q&A: Australian author vows never to return to USAustralian children's author Mem Fox went through a humiliating ordeal after b

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