Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Unsolved murder Gordana Kotevski Newcastle 1994

Police are trying to locate a man named as a person of interest during the inquest into the abduction and presumed murder of 16-year-old Gordana Kotevski at Charlestown, near Newcastle, in 1994.

Gordana was last seen at Charlestown on 24 November, 1994. A white 4WD was seen in the area at the time. It is believed the man pictured in the insert photograph might be able to assist with further inquiries. There are concerns for Gordana's welfare.
Reported missing to: Missing Persons Unit

Charlestown detectives also took a statement from two people who claimed Mr Lovett was with them in Newcastle, but he did not go to Charlestown where Gordana was abducted.

The inquest also heard that Mr Lovett allegedly boasted about knowing where Gordana's body was buried and said "she went through a lot before they finished her off".

Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Humphrey says his team cannot intervene without new evidence or a directive from the State Crime Command.

This shows the Power of State Crime Command.  When we have asked for the Police search warrant and the Police to help from 2011 with accessing the subfloor compartment within the brothel 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, kings Cross.'

When this gang I expose collects skulls allegedly murdered to a ritual which is horrific then we have a pattern.  The killer I allege hides in the open knowing that their is no evidence and the alleged hidden power pulls the strings if needed.


The victims fit a pattern, so I allege they are chosen and watched prior to the kidnapping.

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