Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Mr Gasovski's murder did fit the Scorpion rituals- police news release

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Man arrested over Illawarra murder - Organised Crime Squad

Tuesday, 12 May 2015 10:26:01 PM
Organised Crime Squad detectives arrested a man at Wagga Wagga today (Tuesday 12 May 2015) in relation to the shooting murder of another man in the Illawarra region last year.
The body of John Gasovski, 48, was located in the Budderoo National Park at Jamberoo by a park ranger on Sunday 15 June 2014. He died after suffering a single shot gun wound to the head.
Mr Gasovski, a father of four, had been reported missing by his wife three days earlier. He had failed to return to his Arncliffe home after telling her he was taking a business trip to Canberra.
Initial inquiries were conducted by the Homicide Squad, but the investigation was referred to the Organised Crime Squad’s Strike Force Brinkley after the murder was linked to an ongoing investigation into commercial drug manufacture and supply.
Four people remain before the courts on drug offences as a result of that investigation.
Extensive inquiries have been conducted into Mr Gasovski’s murder by Organised Crime Squad detectives assisted by the NSW Crime Commission.
Police will allege Mr Gasovski had been involved in the purchase of equipment used to manufacture prohibited drugs prior to his death, and had planned to take part in the transport of a commercial quantity of cannabis from Canberra to Sydney.
About 4.30am today, Organised Crime Squad detectives were assisted by Wagga Wagga Police to arrest a 46-year-old man during a car stop in Wagga Wagga.
The man was taken to Wagga Wagga Police Station and charged with murder.
He was refused bail to appear at Wagga Wagga Local Court tomorrow (Wednesday 13 May 2015).
Commander of the Organised Crime Squad, Detective Superintendent Scott Cook, said organised crime-related homicides were often the most challenging type of murder to solve due to reluctance from some people to provide information to police.
“I would like to thank all the police involved in today’s operation for their dedication and hard work to date,” Det Supt Cook said.
“Police cannot achieve these outcomes without the assistance of the community; I would like to congratulate those in our community who came forward to assist their police. Your help was invaluable.”
Det Supt Cook said this incident was an unfortunate reminder of the risks involved in organised crime.
“Becoming involved with organised crime groups and networks is very dangerous and can often have serious consequences, not only for the individual, but their family and the wider community as well,” Det Supt Cook said.

Police have confirmed that a man whose body was discovered in the state’s Illawarra region yesterday morning had suffered a gunshot wound to the head.

About 8.45am yesterday (Sunday 15 June 2014), police from Lake Illawarra Local Area Command were called to Jamberoo Mountain Road, Budderoo, after a park ranger found the body of a man.

The body has since been identified as that of 48-year-old John Gasovski from Arncliffe.

A post mortem examination was conducted at the Department of Forensic Medicine in Glebe today, where it was confirmed Mr Gasovski had sustained a gunshot wound to the head.

On Thursday (June 12), Mr Gasovski’s family contacted police to report him missing after he failed to return from a business trip to Canberra. He had told his family he had left home for Canberra about 3.30pm on Monday (9 June), and said he would be back on the following evening (10 June).

Strike Force Berek, which comprises detectives from St George, Lake Illawarra and State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad, was formed to investigate his disappearance.

Investigations are now underway to establish Mr Gasovski’s movements before his body was found.

Police are urging anyone with information about this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page:https://www1.police.nsw.gov.au/. 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.

Being shot in the back of the head.  A scorpion kills its victim to the head.  Heads is what they collect.

The drug network to Canberra links to the alleged Trimboli, Sergi, Barbano links to the mafia.

So the gang needed the money, this guy allegedly was paying for machinery so it allegedly could be a pill press, or for gear.  

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