By Ann Rule
A set of actual crime tales positive factors the identify paintings in which the writer examines the evidence at the back of midwestern love triangle among an eye-catching girl and male competitors that exploded in homicide.
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He is a cautious man who doesn’t like his real name broadcast. On the other side of the world, in a warehouse in the Congo, Dutchman Loek is aware of the three seizures and the recent arrests, but is told it’s business as usual and to prepare the ‘Australian package’. It is a worry, but the leak that led to the police raids in Belgium did not come from here, Loek thinks, glancing around at the heavily armed local militia-men patrolling the warehouse. There is too much money to make here for anyone to be acting as an informant for the Dutch or Belgian police, or anyone else.
His crimes culminated in a thirteen-year sentence for a violent armed robbery in Manchester in 1987, but he was let out after seven years for good behaviour. By that stage he had amassed thirty convictions for fraud and theft, as well as a firearms offence. He hung about the streets of Birmingham and East London with a group akin to the motley crew in the movie Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels; his mates had colourful nicknames like Nick the Greek, One Eye and The Shoe. Jimmy would hold court in his local pubs.
Just because imports are coming into Sydney does not mean they aren’t being coordinated out of Melbourne, or Adelaide, or any other capital city. The mole can be anywhere. And anyone. The two men conclude it is more likely to be a state police officer than an AFP officer, but risks cannot be taken. They decide to put together a small team of three agents from the intelligence branch, to review past and existing investigations in search of potential compromises. There are not many hints in what the Dutch have told them, other than the police officer was somehow passing information to criminals to facilitate major international drug imports.