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Danny Subasic’s your man if you like getting naked behind academy, assaulted, and weed on

By johnboy - 13 June 2012 140

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The Courts have given us a real gem in the case of one Danny Subasic.

After downing 10 bourbons and a gram of the bolivian marching powder Danny got himself kicked out of Academy around 5am.

Fortunately he’d met a young lass who rather fancied him and she came outside with him, agreed to go down a laneway and got naked with him.

So far very Saturday night until Danny had a bit of a freak out, repeatedly tried and failed to enter her back passage, repeatedly hit her, tripped her over as she tried to flee, and then took a wee over her.

The moral of the story girls; is if you meet a guy on Saturday night who gets thrown out of a club few good things will come of pursuing it, but at most give him your number and get a taxi home.

Danny’s been on very strict bail since and will be supervised for some time and completing community service, but has been spared prison.

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Pork Hunt 1:08 pm 02 Sep 12

Subasic by name,
Subhuman by nature.

Jethro 12:44 pm 02 Sep 12

bundah said :

Jethro said :

Newspaper article says he is on a suspended sentence for the piddling incident.

I thought (and I’m no legal expert, so could be totally wrong) a suspended sentence meant that it would be ‘unsuspended’ if you ran foul of the law again, and you would have to serve the time from the original sentence.

If so, how was he able to apply for bail? Surely, he would automatically be locked up to serve the sentence that had been suspended?

Ah the law works in strange and mysterious ways,so fundamentally one is able to apply for bail at any time regardless of the offence unless of course one has been charged with mass murder in which case there would be little point.Presumably if the offence is proven then off to the AMC for a holiday goes Danny.

You’re right. I realised after I posted that he would first have to be found guilty of the 2nd offense for the 1st offense to be ‘unsuspended’.

bundah 11:52 am 02 Sep 12

Jethro said :

Newspaper article says he is on a suspended sentence for the piddling incident.

I thought (and I’m no legal expert, so could be totally wrong) a suspended sentence meant that it would be ‘unsuspended’ if you ran foul of the law again, and you would have to serve the time from the original sentence.

If so, how was he able to apply for bail? Surely, he would automatically be locked up to serve the sentence that had been suspended?

Ah the law works in strange and mysterious ways,so fundamentally one is able to apply for bail at any time regardless of the offence unless of course one has been charged with mass murder in which case there would be little point.Presumably if the offence is proven then off to the AMC for a holiday goes Danny.

Jethro 11:22 am 02 Sep 12

Newspaper article says he is on a suspended sentence for the piddling incident.

I thought (and I’m no legal expert, so could be totally wrong) a suspended sentence meant that it would be ‘unsuspended’ if you ran foul of the law again, and you would have to serve the time from the original sentence.

If so, how was he able to apply for bail? Surely, he would automatically be locked up to serve the sentence that had been suspended?

bundah 10:06 am 02 Sep 12

Indigninja said :

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/two-charged-with-ransacking-20120901-257ty.html

Surely not the same guy? He did after all receive a stern talking to from the judiciary

How surprising that they were both under the infuence of illicit drugs when the cops executed a search warrant.No surprise that gloves were found at the property after all we have had some very cold nights of late.May i suggest that a further suspended sentence for dynamic Danny is the only sensible option after all we wouldn’t want the family business to suffer as he is quite the ass et.

Indigninja 9:12 am 02 Sep 12

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/two-charged-with-ransacking-20120901-257ty.html

Surely not the same guy? He did after all receive a stern talking to from the judiciary

Bam Bam 11:33 am 04 Jul 12

I think the more important story here is how the little yellow rubber ducks got on the flooded rooftop above the 24 Hour Reserved Parking sign (visible as little yellow dots in this pic). I contemplate this daily when i go out on the roof for smoko.

JTACT 11:18 am 28 Jun 12

I don’t see he broke a specific law in tripping her over. Community service is ok then.

Malteser 2:04 pm 18 Jun 12

bundah said :

Jethro said :

poetix said :

Malteser said :

To be honest I am focusing on this girl’s actions because; one, I am female so I automatically can relate on that level; and two, they seem so dangerous and brainless ….

I don’t assume I can relate to all women’s experiences (or thoughts) ‘automatically’ because I’m female. Nor do I think that all men can automatically relate to the actions of all men.

The man in this story should be the focus. Punching and peeing on a sexual partner, plus certain of his other actions are despicable. Analyse that. Leave her alone.

Absolutely!

I think you are misinterpreting people’s comments. People aren’t blaming her. But they are highlighting the fact that people should take responsibility for their personal safety.

Totally disagree given that some have inferred that the female put herself in harms way due to her poor judgement and therefore should be open to attack. The simple reality is that if Subasic HAD NOT physically attacked her with the intention of inflicting pain due to sexual frustration whilst in his self induced intoxicated state we would not be having this discussion. End of story!!

Oh please, I don’t think one person is inferring or implying that this girl should be open to attack because of her bad judgement. You are implying commenters believe ‘she deserved it’ which she did not.

If you walked down a dark alley way with a stranger who promised you a free Plasma TV, then proceeded to rob you, people would conclude that you didn’t deserve it, but it was pretty poor judgement on your part.

Certain lifestyles/actions/associations are more likely to result in violence or harmful behaviour. Therefore if one chooses to take part in the above one should take measures against avoiding violence or harm. The girl should have left at the first point of violent behaviour (forceful oral). The fact she didn’t, indicates she does/did not have good judgement considering the risky circumstances – dodgy stranger, alley way – it does not indicate ‘she deserved it’!

bundah 9:47 am 16 Jun 12

Jethro said :

poetix said :

Malteser said :

To be honest I am focusing on this girl’s actions because; one, I am female so I automatically can relate on that level; and two, they seem so dangerous and brainless ….

I don’t assume I can relate to all women’s experiences (or thoughts) ‘automatically’ because I’m female. Nor do I think that all men can automatically relate to the actions of all men.

The man in this story should be the focus. Punching and peeing on a sexual partner, plus certain of his other actions are despicable. Analyse that. Leave her alone.

Absolutely!

I think you are misinterpreting people’s comments. People aren’t blaming her. But they are highlighting the fact that people should take responsibility for their personal safety.

Totally disagree given that some have inferred that the female put herself in harms way due to her poor judgement and therefore should be open to attack. The simple reality is that if Subasic HAD NOT physically attacked her with the intention of inflicting pain due to sexual frustration whilst in his self induced intoxicated state we would not be having this discussion. End of story!!

HenryBG 8:24 am 16 Jun 12

poetix said :

Malteser said :

To be honest I am focusing on this girl’s actions because; one, I am female so I automatically can relate on that level; and two, they seem so dangerous and brainless ….

I don’t assume I can relate to all women’s experiences (or thoughts) ‘automatically’ because I’m female. Nor do I think that all men can automatically relate to the actions of all men.

The man in this story should be the focus. Punching and peeing on a sexual partner, plus certain of his other actions are despicable. Analyse that. Leave her alone.

He has had the focus on him. Charged and convicted.

Meanwhile, she also committed offences and has been rewarded with neither prosecutorial nor media attention. Why does she have anonymity?

Jethro, she didn’t just wander down an alleyway – she chose to enter that alleyway and she then chose a course of actions which included a number of offences against the law. She was actively engaged in law-breaking when she became a victim of further crimes committed by her co-offender. The justice system has treated her as if she were a simple victim of a sexual assault, no doubt to facilitate her nabbing a nice victims of crime payout for herself.
As the Ratepayer who funds not only the criminal justice system that chiefly exists to deal with these kinds of under-educated morons, I am now going to be funding a totally undeserved payout to one of the morons, and I resent that.

I’m sick of my bills going up while the scamming by society’s dunces multiplies.

Jethro 8:12 pm 15 Jun 12

poetix said :

Malteser said :

To be honest I am focusing on this girl’s actions because; one, I am female so I automatically can relate on that level; and two, they seem so dangerous and brainless ….

I don’t assume I can relate to all women’s experiences (or thoughts) ‘automatically’ because I’m female. Nor do I think that all men can automatically relate to the actions of all men.

The man in this story should be the focus. Punching and peeing on a sexual partner, plus certain of his other actions are despicable. Analyse that. Leave her alone.

I think you are misinterpreting people’s comments. People aren’t blaming her. But they are highlighting the fact that people should take responsibility for their personal safety.

I’m a relatively well built guy in his mid 30’s. Certainly not a total pushover. But I still wouldn’t wonder down a dark abandoned alley with people I don’t know. It’s asking for trouble. It’s fair enough that when something like this happens people say that perhaps people should take more care about their own safety.

This isn’t victim blaming. It’s certainly not absolving the person who committed the crime. But surely there should be some focus on the things people should or should not do to protect their personal safety.

I guarantee you, if you had a daughter of clubbing age, and you found out she was going down dark alleys with men she didn’t know, you would pull her up and tell her to be a bit more careful. You would do so for the same reason I didn’t tell the bikie who pushed in front of me at the Canberra Inn last week that he was a cock-sucking prick. A sensible person takes steps to make sure they don’t get in situations that could turn bad.

No-one who is a victim of crime is responsible for their experience. But everyone should still think about whether or not their actions are going to put them in harm’s way. I guess what everyone wants is for incidents like this not to ever occur. Surely part of preventing these incidents has to include the idea that people ensure they make sensible decisions.

poetix 7:44 pm 15 Jun 12

Malteser said :

To be honest I am focusing on this girl’s actions because; one, I am female so I automatically can relate on that level; and two, they seem so dangerous and brainless ….

I don’t assume I can relate to all women’s experiences (or thoughts) ‘automatically’ because I’m female. Nor do I think that all men can automatically relate to the actions of all men.

The man in this story should be the focus. Punching and peeing on a sexual partner, plus certain of his other actions are despicable. Analyse that. Leave her alone.

Postalgeek 7:01 pm 15 Jun 12

Slice said :

Where was brave Emily that night?

An 11 year old girl getting a commendation really gets up your back alley, doesn’t it?

You must be quite the nonentity to begrudge her that.

Slice 6:24 pm 15 Jun 12

Where was brave Emily that night?

Malteser 4:29 pm 15 Jun 12

greyswandir said :

chewy14 said :

I don’t agree with Henry but I think your attempts to completely absolve the victim of responsibility for her own actions and decisions isn’t reflective of reality either.

I agree with what Dr Koresh and Jethro have said above.

I can see what you’re trying to say, but my point isn’t that she’s an innocent flower with no responsibility for anything she did. My point is that talking about her behaviour is counterproductive. She’s not the problem here. If she hadn’t been there and Subasic just beat the crap out of an innocent bystander noone would be talking about how that bystander was submitting to risk by, eg, standing around outside Acads at 5am with the rest of the bogans.

The initially-consensual nature of what happened is reflected in the leniency of the sentence – and tbh I agree with the sentence and the reasoning behind it. So why has this discussion been overwhelmingly focused on analysing her behaviour rather than his?

To be honest I am focusing on this girl’s actions because; one, I am female so I automatically can relate on that level; and two, they seem so dangerous and brainless that they are attention-grabbing. I think the discussion is 50/50 with clearly no one blaming the girl. He is so clearly at fault. He hurt her and other people. He took drugs that caused some kind of psychosis and hurt people. He has been charged. He is also clearly an idiot by wanting to get naked and screw some stranger in an alley way. My focus on her in no way absolves the boy’s actions or behaviour.

Back to the girl, her behaviour is so deranged (and unrelatable!) I just have to ponder it – because I can. What female in their right mind would follow a stranger into an alley way after he’s been kicked out of a club and then:
give him a BJ
continue to do this even after he strips off naked – a bit forward in the least!
gets skull ****** (sorry to be so graphic) – but then also decides to get naked
After all of the above – consents to anal sex in an alley way…..!

Anyway, as her ‘sister’ said was off her face too, so maybe that answers my question. She wasn’t in her right mind at all.

greyswandir 3:46 pm 15 Jun 12

chewy14 said :

I don’t agree with Henry but I think your attempts to completely absolve the victim of responsibility for her own actions and decisions isn’t reflective of reality either.

I agree with what Dr Koresh and Jethro have said above.

I can see what you’re trying to say, but my point isn’t that she’s an innocent flower with no responsibility for anything she did. My point is that talking about her behaviour is counterproductive. She’s not the problem here. If she hadn’t been there and Subasic just beat the crap out of an innocent bystander noone would be talking about how that bystander was submitting to risk by, eg, standing around outside Acads at 5am with the rest of the bogans.

The initially-consensual nature of what happened is reflected in the leniency of the sentence – and tbh I agree with the sentence and the reasoning behind it. So why has this discussion been overwhelmingly focused on analysing her behaviour rather than his?

aceofspades 2:32 pm 15 Jun 12

Diggety said :

aceofspades said :

Diggety said :

aceofspades said :

lauren437 said :

This is horrible! I feel so sorry for Danny.
I’m the alleged ”victims” older sister. & This disgusts me. I love how this article doesn’t tell what my sister was on, doesn’t tell the readers that she was shooting up that night. Or that she’s a compulsive liar. Or that she has no friends left because of her lies & attention seeking ‘rape-cries’. She pulled the same kind of story on our own FATHER. This is not right & his name shouldn’t of been released seeing as this is far from the truth. Yes he was in the wrong for taking illegal substances & lets face it acting like a 16 year old boy who can’t handle his alcohol but this downright disgusts me. She needs to be hung. Ah!

Sounds like sis is a bit upset she missed out. Danny should have gone for the all illusive sister/sister trio perhaps.

A Donkey Punch and a Golden Shower PLUS The Sportsman’s Double in the one public act?

You sir, are suggesting history be made!

JB quick!!! stake out that laneway with your camera this weekend, we need to see this!!!

Then we can add dogging to the list too!

Do you think we should call the Guinness Book of Records now?

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