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Murder most foul in Charnwood

By johnboy - 28 July 2008 118

[First filed: July 26, 2008 @ 08:59]

The ABC reports that a woman was fatally stabbed to at the Charnwood shops at 8pm.

She died at the hospital shortly afterwards.

UPDATED: As noted in the comments the ABC now reports that the victim was a 43 yr old woman from Dunlop and there was a large argument outside the take-away leading to the violence. Another woman is being questioned and police are seeking witnesses.

Further update The Herald Sun informs us of murder charges laid against a 35 year old Charnwood woman.

Update made with a degree of nervousness: Automated monitoring has brought up a discussion of this from the nazi filth at Stormfront. I can’t understand their point without learning to read rascist-scum but maybe someone else can translate?

ANOTHER UPDATE: The AFP has finally made a brief statement.

UPDATE: Radio reports that bail has been refused. The ABC report is now online. And we have a name: Rebecca Anne Massey stands accused. Apparently she has a history of knife crime, well done your honours with previous lenient sentences, they’ve worked out well haven’t they?

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joy123 10:17 pm 21 Feb 09

The truth will B told

Referring to your posts 90 and 95

It dosen’t take Einstein to fugure this one out why Rebecca Massey was carring an illegal weapon such as a knife, sounds like intend to murder and to cause grievously bodyly harm, or did she have good intentions to volunteer assist staff to chop BBQ chickens on such a busy night, but no the evil person took someone’s life and didn’t consider the innocent child that belonged to Lizzy and her own child, this will affect these children for the rest of their lives.
Mick Marshall and Rebecca Massey DRUGS DRUGS DRUGS???????????????

poptop 10:22 pm 17 Dec 08

ABC is reporting that Justice Refshauge is pondering the question of bail for Rebecca Anne Massey.

Ms Massey has applied for bail on the grounds of special circumstances involving her family.

Justice Richard Refshauge will hand down his decision on Friday.

smeeagain 2:12 pm 01 Aug 08

AngryHenry, for the record the only suburb built sans guvvie housing has been O’Malley. Even Forrest has guvvies – houses, that is, not flats.

not quite true I-filed. Weetangera was also all privately built however Housing ACT managed to get one property there on the redeveloped service station site around ‘04ish

I’m pretty sure Hawker was also all privately built. Even the blocks of flats at Murrangi st were privately owned.

DJ 7:57 am 01 Aug 08

It may only be early but I think I need some charcoal Chicken today… can we go off topic and suggest the best one in Canberra!

I-filed 10:56 pm 31 Jul 08

Is Massey/Edwards the VERY tall and striking a.k.a. Melissa Edwards who was jailed for armed robbery a few years ago? Does anyone know? She put on European accents, and also managed to convince the local Indigenous welfare help people that she was Indigenous. She claimed to have worked at Canberra Girls Grammar, where she apparently hoodwinked them too by putting on a persona. Amazing and dreadful girl! Had to hand it to her – she was bright.

I-filed 10:52 pm 31 Jul 08

DJ said :

Thumper said :

Why did she kill someone?

Was there no charcoal chickens left?

Noooooooooooooooo!

Shades of the Gruen Transfer: Nooooooo! But it’s the HOME of the Charcoal Chicken! … [cut to trailer park]

I-filed 10:50 pm 31 Jul 08

tx jazz, tx sepi. I suppose parts of Nouveau Gungahlin might be guvvie free as well…

sepi 10:02 pm 31 Jul 08

I thought Chapman was also govvie-free – that may have changed after the fires though.

Jazz 9:35 pm 31 Jul 08

I-filed said :

AngryHenry, for the record the only suburb built sans guvvie housing has been O’Malley. Even Forrest has guvvies – houses, that is, not flats.

not quite true I-filed. Weetangera was also all privately built however Housing ACT managed to get one property there on the redeveloped service station site around ’04ish

johnboy 10:24 am 31 Jul 08

Allegedly…

BigDave 10:23 am 31 Jul 08

Why is bec getting the blame?

Err. She stabbed someone 7 times which resulted in their death maybe??

She’s a lowlife scumbag with previous who probably shouldn’t have been on our streets in the first place??

The Truth Will B Told – If you are defending her then perhaps you are also a danger to society?

Roadrage77 9:23 am 31 Jul 08

The Truth Will B Told said :

Why is bec getting the blame?

When two people have a fight and the loser if left looking like swiss cheese they tend to ask a few questions.

FB 7:33 am 31 Jul 08

Granny & Thumper. No it’s still open, picked up a berry yogurt there last night.

I went to the shop about 9:00pm on Fri and obviously the shop was shut then but it opened the next day.

The poor owners already lost 1 night trade and it’s probably their biggest night.

Thumper 10:18 pm 30 Jul 08

I’ll check tomorrow 😉

Granny 10:16 pm 30 Jul 08

I heard that the charcoal chicken place is closed.

DJ 10:05 pm 30 Jul 08

Thumper said :

Why did she kill someone?

Was there no charcoal chickens left?

Noooooooooooooooo!

Truthy – “Why is bec getting the blame?”… know her do you or did she leave her angels wings and halo at your place 30 odd years ago before she fell to earth?

Deadmandrinking 10:01 pm 30 Jul 08

Mælinar – *spoiler alert* I’ve seen S04E13 said :

Lets really not take this too much further…

How do you know? Any prison warden will back up the veracity of that statement.

Might it differ from case to case? Naturally it differs from case to case, everybody is an individual afterall.

I’ve given up preaching to you that perhaps you should read things a little more closely.

1) I said ‘how do you know?’ because you would have only really been exposed to them being inside, not outside. It doesn’t matter how many prison wardens will back you up.

2) Yes, we agree. But you were wrong the first time by saying ‘their lives are better on the inside’ because you did not say ‘for some, their lives are better’ or something along those lines. That’s what I was pulling you up on.

Does that make sense?

Thumper 9:27 pm 30 Jul 08

No point arguing, there’s going to be plenty of flak to deal out tommorrow if some of the recent posts seem to indicate.

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