Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Two shot in 'bikie-related' attack



UPDATE: A MAN and a woman have been shot at the Gold Coast's busiest shopping centre.
Police have swarmed on Robina Town Centre in what is believed to be a bikie-related shooting.
The shooting happened outside the toilets at the cinema.
The male victim has been identified by police sources as Jacques Teamo, a  Bandidos motorcycle gang member.
The woman is understood to be an innocent bystander, aged in her 50s.
Teamo is a senior Bandido who owns East Coast Ink, a Mermaid Beach tattoo parlour which was shot up on the Gold Coast on Tuesday.
Pictures from the scene: Robina bikie shooting
The Gold Coast Bulletin reports one witness as saying there was blood on the floor outside the Sony store on the ground floor and shoppers were running away from the scene shouting "someone's got a gun".

Another said a woman was lying injured inside the Vodafone store.

It is believed two men, one of whom may have had a "big silver gun" according to one witness, were arguing.
A man, described as around 35 years old, of solid build, wearing a black hooded jumper, was last seen running to the Woolworths car park.
A shop assistant at Rebel Sports who served at least one of the two men before the incident, described them as "bikies" and heavily tattooed.
Police are looking for a man who is described as Pacific Islander in appearance, approximately 180cm tall with a muscular build and a full neck tattoo.
 While some parts of the centre remain in lock down police believe the man has fled the scene with police following up several inquiries.

m.new.com.au 28 Apr 2012

The worst part about all this is that the police are FULLY aware of the criminal activities of the gang and the individuals concerned, as they are 'known to police', but there is a disturbing policy of the authorities for the drug gangs to sort it out 'between themselves', in other words to shoot it out between each other.

Most disturbingly the authorities allow this to go on where in the process, innocent people are injured, with the real possibility of getting killed.

A lot of people are making a lot of money from letting the drug trade go 'unnoticed', including corrupt police, politicians, law makers and judges.

A pathetic approach to the multi billion dollar drug trade in Australia.

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