Friday, 2 January 2015

Bayswater Road Kings Cross One punch....the drug network is hidden in this street

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Man critical after assault - Potts Point

Saturday, 03 January 2015 06:37:25 AM
A man is undergoing emergency surgery after being struck in the head in Potts Point this morning.
Where Thomas Kelly was hit and killed by the One Punch...I reported and had previously reported about the drug network was having a safe house in this area.  Thomas Kelly made The Kings Cross Sting as a victim of this brutal mentality of people around Kings Cross today.
I have reported to the Police about the safe house that was being utilised in Bayswater Road, we have to look at the co-incidences again.
Sammy Sweet, may have gone but it seems the Safe houses that may hold some 8 balls stay the same.  Or the people in control are the same.
Police search for 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross will expose this drug network like never before has happened.  It will expose how the police themselves have protected this drug network when they didn't search these same premises in 2009 to expose the hidden subfloor compartment.
Alcohol rules were in place, then we have a problem with the drug network and the steriod usage.
Shortly after 3am (Saturday 3 January 2015), officers attached to Kings Cross Local Area Command were called to Bayswater Road after reports of an assault at the location.
Investigators have been told a 33-year-old man punched a 32-year-old man in the head, causing him to fall onto the footpath.
The younger man sustained serious head injuries and was treated by NSW Ambulance Paramedics, before being taken to St Vincent’s Hospital where’s he now undergoing surgery.
Police have been told his condition is critical.
The other man, who is believed to be a family member, was not injured and is now assisting police with their inquiries at Kings Cross Police Station.
A crime scene has been established and is being examined by detectives and specialist forensic officers.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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