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See: Australians Bank robbers [edit source | edit ]
Australians convicted of bank robbery:
Brenden Abbott, (born 1962), known as the Postcard Bandit [1 ] Darcy Dugan, (1920–1991), bank robber and New South Wales' most notorious prison escape artist. [2 ] Keith Faure, (born 1951), from Victoria, is an Australian career criminal [3 ] Victor Peirce (1958–2002), from Melbourne, was a member of the Pettingill family [4 ] Gregory Roberts (born 1952), a former heroin addict and convicted bank robber who escaped and fled to India. Author of Shantaram. [5 ] Drug traffickers [edit source | edit ]
Australians convicted of
drug-related crimes both in Australia and overseas. Dennis Allen, nicknamed Mr. Death, member of the Pettingill family [6 ] Kevin Barlow, executed in Malaysia. [7 ] Nola Blake, sentenced to death in Thailand in 1988. Sentence later commuted to life. [8 ] Brian Chambers, executed in Malaysia. [7 ] Schapelle Corby, serving a 20 year prison sentence in Indonesia. [9 ] Holly Deane-Johns, serving a 31 year prison sentence in Thailand.Transferred back to Perth in 2007. [10 ] Warren Fellows, [11 ] Jim Krakouer, star AFL footballer imprisoned for 16 years on amphetamine trafficking charges. [12 ] Michael McAuliffe, executed in Malaysia. [13 ] David McMillan (smuggler) He escaped from Thailand's notorious Bangkok Prison in 1996. Van Tuong Nguyen, executed in Singapore. [14 ] Bali Nine, [15 ] Victor Peirce, member of the Pettingill family, murdered in 2001. [23 ] Kath Pettingill, former brothel worker and owner, and criminal matriarch of the Pettingill family. [24 ] Roger Rogerson, corrupt former police officer. [25 ] Stephen John Sutton, imprisoned in Argentina on drug charges [26 ] Robert Trimbole, International felon and drug lord [27 ] Andrew "Benji" Veniamin, murdered in 2004 [28 ] Carl Williams, murdered in 2010 [29 ] Families [edit source | edit ]
Notable Australian criminal families.
Gangsters [edit source | edit ] George Freeman Sydney gangster Alphonse Gangitano, associate of Jason Moran, murdered. Mick Gatto, well known member of the Melbourne underworld, active during the Melbourne gangland killings Michael Kanaan, multiple murderer and gang member Lenny McPherson Sydney gangster Tony Mokbel, serving a 12 year sentence, awaiting further charges [32 ] Jason Moran, killed by rival gangster Carl Williams in a gang war [31 ] Lewis Moran, killed by rival gangster Carl Williams in a gang war [31 ] Mark Moran, killed by rival gangster Carl Williams in a gang war [31 ] Nikolai Radev, killed in gang war [33 ] Stewart John Regan, A well known member of the Sydney underworld during the 60's and 70's [34 ] Abraham Saffron, King of Kings Cross, Sydney gangster. Squizzy Taylor, Melbourne gangster of the 1920s and before. Andrew Veniamin, killed in gang war by Mick Gatto [31 ] Carl Williams, murdered by a prison inmate [31 ] Fraudsters [edit source | edit ]
Australians convicted of
fraud Ronald Vikash Gander, convicted of attempting to sell the Boeing house in Brisbane's CBD and sentenced to five years imprisonment; after his release on parole, he was involved in the imprisonment, prostitution and mistreatment of a minor. [35 ] Rodney Adler, Sydney based fraudster who was imprisoned for his role in transactions to hide the true financial status of FAI Insurance. [36 ] Hajnal Ban, defrauded an elderly man with a mental incapacity of $660,000 [37 ] Alan Bond, gaoled for three years in 1996 for fraud [38 ] Brian Burke, former W.A. premier imprisoned for rorting travel expenses [39 ] Michael Cobb, former politician convicted of fraud after rorting travel expenses [40 ] Laurie Connell, gaoled for conspiring to pervert the course of justice [41 ] Dimitri De Angelis, who claimed to be a highly successful music producer and used Photoshopped images of himself with various celebrities and influential figures to defraud investors of $8.87 million, sentenced to 12 years gaol with a non-parole period of seven-and-a-half years [42 ] [43 ] Peter Foster, one of Australia's most famous conmen, gaoled for fraud [44 ] Simon Hannes, insider trading ahead of takeover of TNT in 1996 [45 ] Ray O'Connor, former W.A. premier imprisoned for stealing [46 ] Rene Rivkin, stockmarket guru imprisoned on insider trading charges [47 ] Christopher Skase, failed businessman and fugitive who escaped to Majorca [48 ] Andrew Theophanous, bribery and fraud offences relating to assisting in visa applications as a Member of Parliament [49 ] Glenn Wheatley, gaoled for tax evasion [50 ] Ray Williams, fraud related to the collapse of HIH Insurance [51 ] Murderers [edit source | edit ]
Australians convicted of
murder. Randall Ludlow Askeland, one of the few Australian lawyers convicted of murder, bashed his wife with an iron bar in her bed. Sentenced to life imprisonment, paroled in 1999 and struck off the Supreme Court of Tasmania roll Dante Arthurs, murdered Sofia Rodriguez-Urrutia-Shu [52 ] Valmae Beck, sentenced to life for the murder of Sian Kingi, died in 2008 [53 ] Lindsay Beckett and Leslie Camilleri, convicted of the Bega schoolgirl murders [54 ] [55 ] James Beauregard-Smith, convicted triple murderer and rapist Kenneth Brown, explorer and pastoralist hanged for murdering his wife [56 ] Martin Bryant, convicted of 35 murders in the Port Arthur massacre [57 ] Wayne Butler, convicted of murdering Celia Douty Patricia Margaret Byers, Dubbed the Black Widow, convicted of murder and attempted murder of separate spouses [58 ] Sudo Cavkic, convicted murderer, with Costas Athanasi and Julian Michael Clarke, of Melbourne solicitor Keith William Allan John Leslie Coombes, convicted triple murderer. [59 ] Roger Kingsley Dean, convicted of 11 counts of murder following the deaths of elderly residents at a Quakers Hill nursing home fire. Sentenced to life without parole. [60 ] [61 ] Jason Alexander Downie, repeatedly stabbed Andrew, Rose and Chantelle Rowe in a frenzied attack at their home in Kapunda, South Australia [62 ] [63 ] Bevan Spencer von Einem, murderer [64 ] [65 ] Keith Faure, convicted Melbourne underworld killings murderer [3 ] Christopher Dale Flannery, known as "Mr-Rent-A-Kill", rapist and armed robber who shot an undercover policeman [66 ] Andrew Garforth, convicted killer of 9 year old Ebony Simpson in Bargo, New South Wales [67 ] Sef Gonzales, murdered his mother, father and sister [68 ] Maddison Hall, murdered a hitchhiker, had a sex change operation in prison [69 ] Murray Walter Hearne, killed Constable Peter Forsyth and maliciously wounded Constables Semple & Neville. [70 ] Edward "Ned" Kelly, (1854/1855–1880), famous armour wearing Victorian bushranger also murdered three Troopers (policemen) named Lonigan, Scanlon and Kennedy, as well as former friend turned police informer [71 ] Aaron Sherritt. Henry Keogh, convicted of strangling his fiancée [72 ] Julian Knight, Hoddle Street Massacre [73 ] Katherine Knight, murdered John Charles Thomas Price on 29 February 2000. The first Australian woman to be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. [74 ] Keli Lane, convicted of the 1996 murder of her newborn daughter Tegan on 13 December 2010. [75 ] Wendy Lange: Dubbed the Black Widow, murdered her husband, sentenced to life imprisonment, changed name to Julie Sage. [76 ] Martin Leach: bound, gagged and stabbed Charmaine Ariet and bound, gagged, stabbed, raped and slit the throat of her cousin Janice Carnegie before burying their bodies in a gully at Berry Springs. Robert Arthur Selby Lowe, convicted in 1994 of the sexual assault and murder of six year-old Sheree Beasley at Rosebud on 29 July 1991. Sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. [77 ] Francesco Mangione, the Mr Whippy ice cream turf war murderer [78 ] William Harold Matheson, convicted of murdering ex-girlfriend Lyndsay Van Blanken in 2003 [79 ] Craig Minogue, Russell Street bombing [80 ] Bradley John Murdoch, convicted for the murder of Peter Falconio [81 ] Michael Murdoch, convicted of the Anita Cobby murder [82 ] Gary Murphy, convicted of the Anita Cobby murder [82 ] Les Murphy, convicted of the Anita Cobby murder [82 ] Michael Murphy, convicted of the Anita Cobby murder [82 ] Anthony Perish, convicted of murdering Terry Falconer. [83 ] James Ryan O'Neill, a Victorian convicted of murder in Tasmania [84 ] Ronald Ryan, last person executed in Australia [85 ] Joseph Schwab, murdered five tourists across the Northern Territory and Western Australia in 1987. [86 ] John Sharpe, spear gun murderer of his wife and child [87 ] Anu Singh, murdered her boyfriend Joe Cinque [88 ] Neddy Smith, convicted of the murder of Sydney brothel owner, Harvey Jones [89 ] John Travers, convicted ringleader of the Anita Cobby murder [82 ] Damien Peter Willis, Co-accused in the murder of Bruno Furina. [90 ] Steven Bradley Wood, Convicted of the murder of Bruno Furina. [90 ] Serial killers [edit source | edit ]
Australians convicted of multiple murders
David Birnie, rape and murder of four women in Perth in 1986 [91 ] Catherine Birnie, rape and murder of four women in Perth in 1986 [91 ] John Bunting, Murdered 11 people in South Australia. Murders known as the Snowtown murders [92 ] Eric Edgar Cooke, The Nedlands monster [93 ] Paul Denyer, Melbourne based serial killer during early 1990s dubbed the 'Frankston Serial Killer'. [94 ] Peter Dupas, Melbourne based serial killer who killed several times upon release from prison. Peter's case is well known in law, as he had attempted to appeal that due to the previous convictions, that for his third charge, due to pre-trial publicity and the notion that it would be impossible to have a fair trial. His appeal was subsequently dismissed, as it was ruled that it could be overcome by the judge giving the jury adequate direction. [95 ] John Wayne Glover, the Sydney North Shore granny murderer [96 ] Paul Steven Haigh, Convicted of the murders of six people in the late 1970s and another in 1991. Currently serving six life sentences without the possibility of parole. [97 ] Eddie Leonski, American serial killer known as the Brownout Strangler [98 ] Ivan Milat, Backpacker murders [99 ] Arnold Sodeman, the schoolgirl strangler [100 ] Robert Lindsay Wright, an associate of Paul Steven Haigh, sentenced to life imprisonment for three murders in the late 1970s. [101 ] [102 ] Child sex offenders [edit source | edit ]
Australians convicted of child sex offences.
Robert 'Dolly' Dunn, homosexual paedophile, died in 2009 while serving a 20 year sentence [103 ] Dennis Ferguson, paedophile who has caused controversy in NSW and Queensland found dead in December 2012 [104 ] [105 ] Andrew Garforth, convicted of the kidnapping, rape and murder of Ebony Simpson [106 ] Ronald Vikash Gander, convicted of attempting to sell the Boeing house in Brisbane's CBD and sentenced to five years imprisonment; after his release on parole, he was then involved in the imprisonment, prostitution and mistreatment of a minor [35 ] Ronald John Hendrie, serial paedophile who molested 17 children in Queensland, the Northern Territory and South Australia between January 1968 and July 2004; sentenced to a total of 25 years, 6 months and 25 days imprisonment with a non-parole period of 19 years, 6 months and 25 days [107 ] Brian Keith Jones aka "Mr Baldy", serial paedophile, gaoled indefinitely in 2006 for breaches of parole [108 ] Andrew Dean McIntosh, convicted of 42 charges against four boys from 1979 and 1990, sentenced to 32 years imprisonment with a non-parole period of 20 years [109 ] Milton Orkopoulos, NSW state MP and child sex offender [110 ] Patrick Power, Crown prosecutor convicted of possessing child pornography [111 ] Deryck James Ward, a was-to-be contestant on Australia's The Biggest Loser who was convicted of possessing child pornography weeks before the show was to air, causing Channel 10 to edit him and his sister (who appeared on the show with him) out of the show completely [112 ] David Shane Whitby, convicted of 120 child sex offences committed against eight children between 1999 and 2008, sentenced to 32 years imprisonment with a non-parole period of 26 years [113 ] [114 ] Rapists [edit source | edit ]
Australians convicted of
Others [edit source | edit ]
Australians convicted of other offences
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