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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 13th 2009
8 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 14, 2009 MB NEWS 'Not knowing is the hardest thing' CRIME STOPPERS 1800 333 000 on the beat 1 2 3 3 3 Witnessed a crime? Tell us www.innerwestweekly.com.au 1 THE family of murdered Rozelle brothers Albert and Mario Frisoli made an emotional plea to help police catch their killers on Tuesday morning. Mario's daughters Shannon, 20, and Erica, 17, and their aunt Margaret Frisoli appealed to the public to help solve the men's murder at their Goodsir St home on Wednesday, May 6. Shannon, a Gold Coast university student, said she was very close to her father, Mario, and spoke to him every day. ''Someone has obviously tragically taken that from us and we appeal to anybody who knows anything, please come forward so we can have justice for our father and put our minds at ease to make this a little bit easier,'' Shannon said. ''Not knowing is the hardest thing. He loved us and lost in all this hype was the fact that they weren't just two businessmen, they were two fathers, and brothers and (had) families who loved them.'' Leichhardt Det-Insp Peter Bailey called the murder a ''pretty frenzied attack''. He said a ''kitchen-style knife'', believed to have been used in the killing, was found in the home and the men sustained ''blunt force injuries'', suggesting a club or a bat had also been used in the attack. Police mapped out the killer's escape route and have spoken to several people of interest, he said. ''People had some acrimonious business dealings with Albert, obviously we're look- ing at that,'' Insp Peter Bailey said. ''It is hard to say at this stage if one or both (brothers) were targets or if one just stumbled onto the crime scene.'' Police believe the killer, who may have had an accomplice, escaped through a park into George St where he hid behind a fence, possibly to change clothes, before escaping in a car parked on Goodsir St. Twelve detectives are investigating builder Albert Frisoli's business dealings. 2 Gangs Squad detectives attached to the State Crime Command arrested a bikie and two associates, and executed numerous search warrants on Tuesday as part of investigations into the alleged kidnapping and assault of a 27-year-old man on April 15. Police searched houses in Auburn, Guildford and Merrylands. During the searches detectives seized clothing, mobile phones and a laptop com- puter. Three men were subsequently arrested. 3 The thin blue line in the Inner West has grown longer with the graduation of several rookies last week. Ashfield is to get nine new probationary constables, Burwood will get four, and Flemington will get 13. New laws target drunken idiots REVELLERS are allowed to have fun, just not too much with new laws allowing police to move on party- goers if they display ''slurred speech'' or wobbly walking. Police Minister Tony Kelly said officers would be given greater powers to break up large gatherings and groups of people affec- ted by alcohol. Even if they have not committed an offence -- but look like they might, par- ticularly property damage or violence -- the heavy hand of the law will force them to leave the area. Late night beach parties involving music and alcohol could also be broken up, although it is already illegal to drink intoxicating sub- stances on some beaches across Sydney. ''These new laws make it easier for police to move on drunken idiots,'' he said. ''The government is not about trying to stop people from having fun or stopping people from enjoying them- selves. It's about making people take responsibility for themselves.'' He said the new legis- lation would allow police to move people on if they were ''noticeably affected'' by al- cohol or drugs and were likely to damage property or threaten public safety. Current laws only allow police to break up groups and disperse them if mem- bers are ''seriously affec- ted'' by alcohol or drugs. special buys from thurs 14 may only available from 12 -- 18 may special buysTM integrated tuners allow you to watch and record simultaneously simple plug and play operation smarter shopping aldi.com.au OPENING HOURS: See your local store or www.aldi.com.au for details. Prices are correct at time of printing and are subject to change. Produce prices valid from 12/05/09 to 18/05/09. All offers while stocks last. In the event of unexpected high demand, ALDI Stores reserves the right to limit purchases to reasonable retail quantities. ALDM3584/W20/9/A smarter shopping smarter shopping h i h h i i for this we ek´s spe cial buys visit aldi.com.au a 42" (106cm) 100Hz Full HD 1080P LCD TV Personal Video Recorder with 320GB HDD • Receive all free to view digital channels • Seven day electronic program guide 100Hz technology 2year warranty 2year warranty truss tomatoes kg $2.99 per kg $299 $999 $299
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