Monday, 29 February 2016

William (Bill) Roach Missing person from Armidale

Where the bones remain will explain more.
6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross

William (Bill) ROACH

William (Bill) ROACH
DOB: 1968
Bill was last seen at Armidale on 31 December 1993. He liked to travel the north coast of New South Wales and did so extensively.

Police Investigate Missing Person as Murder Case

20 September 2005

Detectives from New England LAC are investigating the disappearance of a man 12 years ago as a murder case.

William “Bill” Roach, 25, was last seen alive on New Year’s Eve in 1993 when his uncle Jim Roach dropped him off into the Armidale town centre.

At the time, the part-time student at the University of New England was living on a property approximately 20km outside Armidale, called “Springvale”.

Despite a few unconfirmed sightings, Bill has not been seen since and his family has had no knowledge of his whereabouts or even if he was dead or alive. He was listed as a missing person.

Last year detectives from Armidale received fresh information from the public that Bill was murdered. Strike Force Annan was set up as a result and is investigating Bill’s disappearance and suspected death.

Today in Armidale, more than 50 people, including police from the diving unit, Forensic Services Branch, local general duties and a number of SES workers, are conducting a thorough search of the property “Springvale” and other locations to try and find Bill’s body and other evidence.

Detectives from the Strike Force will be travelling to Sydney and Brisbane next week to interview people they believe could assist the investigation further.

“The information we received last year has given us new leads with which to investigate what happened to Mr Roach,” Detective Sergeant Greg Lamey from New England LAC said.

“Basically, he just disappeared off the face of the earth. However we believe now he is a victim of foul play.

Friday, September 23, 2005. 8:27am (AEST)
Missing man may have been murdered: 

Detectives from the New England local area command in north-west New South Wales are investigating a number of leads in connection to the disappearance of a man 12 years ago.

William "Bill" Roach, 25, was last seen alive on New Year's Eve in 1993.

New information was given to police last year that he may have been murdered.

A search of his property, near Armidale, was completed yesterday.

Forensic officers took a number of items for further examination.

As a result of the information, detectives have travelled to Sydney and Brisbane to continue their investigation.

Search fails to find body of victim
Friday, 23 September 2005 - The Armidale Express

AN EXHAUSTIVE two-day search of a property north of the city this week failed to uncover the body of former University of New England student William 'Bill' Roach, who was believed to have been murdered in Armidale 12 years ago.
More than 50 members of the police and SES, including police divers, combed the rugged area 20km north of Armidale on Tuesday and Wednesday - finding no trace of Mr Roach's body.

However forensic services officers took a number of items for further examination during the search of a property and house.

Detectives have travelled to Sydney and Brisbane to interview people they believe can assist with the investigation.

Bill was last seen alive on New Year's Eve in 1993 when his uncle Jim Roach dropped him off into the Armidale town centre.

While studying at UNE, Bill was living at a property north of Armidale.

Bill's disappearance was treated as a missing person case until police announced on Tuesday that new information suggested foul play was involved.

Officers are now appealing for anyone with information about Bill Roach's murder to contact them on 6771-0699 or call CrimeStoppers on 1800 333-000.
Witch link to missing man
By Kristy Reading - Northern Daily Leader
Monday, 26 September 2005 

NEW ENGLAND detectives are investigating a number of leads following last week's public appeal for information on the disappearance of William "Bill" Roach in 1993.
Police say Mr Roach may have been cursed by a coven of witches after he had mocked them at a secret ceremony he visited with his practising witch girlfriend.

Police say his state of mind may have put him in a risky position where he may have been subject to foul play.

Mr Roach's mother Yvonne told a Sunday paper he was going through a "weird time" experimenting with marijuana, witchcraft and dungeons and dragons.

Police will not reveal if anything was found during last week's search of his home "Springvale" and surrounding property, including waterways.

Mr Roach, 25, was last seen on New Year's Eve in 1993 when his uncle dropped him into the Armidale CBD.

Strike Force Annan was formed last year to investigate his disappearance after new information was given to police that he may have been murdered. Last week strike force officers made a public appeal for more information.

As well as the appeal, forensic officers took a number of items for examination after a search of Mr Roach's previous residence.

Police and Strike Force Annan are still appealing for anyone with information to contact them on 6771 0699 or call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.

Inquest likely into fate of missing man
By Matt Adams
Tuesday, 1 August 2006 

AN INQUEST is likely to be held into the case of a university student who disappeared from the Armidale area almost 14 years after being "cursed by witches".
The whereabouts of William "Bill" Roach remains a mystery, as inquiries into his disappearance reveal he was possibly the victim of foul play.

A special strike force was set up last year to investigate the circumstances surrounding his disappearance around New Years 1993.

The then 25-year-old was last seen in the Armidale central business district and was a part-time student at the University of New England.

In a bizarre twist, it is understood Mr Roach was cursed by a coven of witches weeks before he vanished after earlier mocking them at a secret ceremony he visited along with his girlfriend.

Strike Force Annan detectives, Forensic Services Group officers, police divers and State Emergency Service volunteers searched the property Springvale, 20km north of Armidale, in the hope of finding Mr Roach's remains following new


Mr Roach was living at the two-house lot with an alternative community while a part-time student at the UNE prior to his disappearance.

NSW Police Missing Persons Unit officers and New England Local Area Command detectives tracked down Mr Roach's natural mother following an extensive search.

Mr Roach's adoptive mother and natural mother met for the first time earlier this year and now share a special bond as they seek information on where their son is.

An inquest is likely later this year or early next year with the matter reported to the State Coroner.

Police highlight missing person cases
Wednesday, 2 August 2006. - ABC 

Northern New South Wales police have used Missing Person's Week to renew an appeal for help to find an Armidale man who has been missing for more than 13 years.

Bill Roach was 25-years-old when he went missing and was a part time student at the University of New England.

Sergeant Mark Samways from the missing persons unit says the resources put towards finding anyone reported missing are enormous.

He has called on those who have been out of contact with family for some time to make some form of contact to let them know how they are doing.

Sergeant Samways says it can be a difficult time for friends and family of the missing person.

"The research has shown that for every missing person up to 12 people are very closely affected by the person going missing," he said.

"It may raise a few concerns amongst the families and bring memories to the surface but all in all the families that I speak to say they will use any opportunity to use the publicity to locate their loved ones."

Strike force detectives renew appeal for public help into Armidale man’s disappearance 16 years ago

Friday, 04 Sep 2009 05:21am 
Detectives conducting inquiries into the disappearance of a man from the state’s New England region almost 16 yers ago have renewed their appeal for public assistance.

Bill Roach, then aged 25, vanished from the Sunnyvale area, near Armidale, on New Year’s Eve 1993.

Mr Roach was last seen walking out of Armidale along the Grafton Road in the afternoon or early evening of that day.

Strike Force Annan, comprising police from New England Local Area Command, was established in 2003 to examine anonymous information shedding new light on Mr Roach’s disappearance.

Exhaustive investigations have uncovered several fresh leads, including the identification of new persons of interest.

An inquest into the disappearance and suspected death of Mr Roach commenced at Glen Innes Coroner’s Court yesterday (Thursday 3 September) before Mr Michael Holmes.

Earlier this week, NSW Police Minister Tony Kelly announced a $50,000 reward for information leading to the location of Mr Roach.

Inspector Greg Lamey, who is leading the investigation into Mr Roach’s disappearance, said his family is still holding out hope he’ll be found.

“Mr Roach’s family and friends have been left devastated and with som many questions about what happened to him,” Insp Lamey said. “Detectives have been working hard behind the scenes following up every new piece of information, while Mr Roach’s mother Yvonne, has never given up the search for her son.”

Strike Force Annan is continuing its inquiries.

“If you have any information that might help investigators – no matter how insignificant you think it might be – please contact us via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” Insp Lamey said. “After 16 long years, the Roach family deserves closure on what has been a heartbreaking chapter of their lives.”

Student missing 17 years sparks $50K reward

Posted Thu Sep 3, 2009 1:18pm AEST
The New South Wales Government is offering $50,000 for information that will help find a university student who went missing at Armidale nearly 17 years ago.
Police say they have exhausted all their leads in the case of Bill Roach, who was last seen in Armidale, in the state's New England region, on New Year's Eve in 1993 when he was 25.
His disappearance sparked an investigation that spread to Brisbane and Sydney and included a search of an Armidale district property in 2005.
A coronial inquest will begin today into the disappearance.

Missing man cold case sparks plea for leads

Posted Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:21am AEDT - ABC
Police have renewed an appeal for information relating to the disappearance of an Armidale man more than 15 years ago.
Bill Roach, 25, a part-time student at the University of New England, went missing around New Year's Eve in 1993.
New information suggests he may have travelled to the Bowraville area, on the New South Wales mid-north coast, after vanishing.
A coroner's inquest into Mr Roach's disappearance is part-heard and last year the Police Minister announced a $50,000 reward for information leading to Mr Roach's whereabouts.

Saturday, 27 February 2016

Lazaros Anastassiadis missing person

Two dates for this same person disappeared one is the 2nd April, and the other is the 22 February, was last seen 7pm on 22 February, 1998.  Car parked on Old South Head Road, Watson Bay . Within Moloch worshipping their is a pattern to old churches where we have St Peters in this area. Left the car locked, he allegedly was meeting someone? Going somewhere? However if this links to Moloch worshipping then allegedly some ID, even his skull will be found as this gang is exposed by just the Police search warrant 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross which will expose Juanita Nielsen and others. The fancy photo? Did he work within the club scene?

Personal Details

  • Missing since:Thursday, 02 April 1998
  • Jurisdiction:New South Wales
  • Year of birth:1967
  • Height:177 cm
  • Build:Slim
  • Eyes:Green
  • Hair:Brown
  • Gender:Male
  • Distinguishing Feature:Also know as Laz Anastis


Lazaros was last seen on 2 April 1998. He has not been seen by family or friends since that time and concerns are held for his safety and welfare. Lazaros was last seen wearing a red flannelette shirt, black shorts and black sneakers.

Submitted 28 February 2016 to Australian Federal Police
We have the timing to the Leather Pride Festival linking allegedly to Mardi Grai.
We are still awaiting the Police search but I have hit corruption within the alleged Police who I believe will link to this gang when the brothel is searched, the subfloor area after the Laundry behind Room F and Room G which is approximately 8 steps high and two rooms long in the hallway which links to the area under the bathrooms.  I believe we have Strike Force ODIN in the area linking to exposing the drug network which will expose also the pedofile gang, the child prostitution gang, the crime gang where the Police can not catch because what I have exposed to authorities it has been the middle layer of the Police station Kings Cross and further in this area where they have stopped to search the old premises of Abe Saffron's and how he controlled the drug network till his death in 2006 and upon this the building changed to J&B Trust allegedly linking to John Ibrahim and Bill Bayeh for the control which exists today.  So help me expose this gang, I was asking in Sutherland court for the Police Search warrant 25 February 2016 but I'm just a person not a police officer.

Sunday, 21 February 2016

Glenn McNamara author of Dirty Work

Glen McNamara author of Dirty Work
Page 65 wrote about a place called BoBo's, co-incidence we have a B on the reception desk at the brothel, Glen McNamara called it a retreat another coincidence and the stairs were at 45 degrees which is another co-incidence where he met Robert "Dolly" Dunn and Detective Churchill.

Page 267 Detective Dennis Kim Thompson delivering parcels in Sydney.  Sacked in 1996.
What type of parcels?

Page 268 Detective Neville Scullion did work at Bowling Club and now?
Detective Stephen Pentland was dismissed in 1990.

Where is partner Schuey?  What happened? Aarne Tees Police?  Where is he now?

Saturday, 20 February 2016

Kings Cross Hoax Sydney to London co-incidence

Friday, 19 February 2016

Police Officer charged child sex offences

A police officer has been charged with child sex offences relating to alleged sexual assaults in 2011.
Following a NSW Police Force investigation, the 25-year-old male constable was arrested on Tuesday 17 February 2016.
He was charged with aggravated indecent assault, act of indecency, two counts of incite act of indecency, aggravated sexual intercourse without consent, and three counts of sexual intercourse with child.
The charges relate to alleged incidents in 2011, before the officer was employed by NSW Police Force.
He was granted conditional bail and is due to appear at Downing Centre Local Court on Monday 7 March 2016.
The officer, who is attached to Central Metropolitan Region, is currently suspended.

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Strip Club Breach Love Machine


At 3:30am on Sunday 14th February 2106, Kings Cross Police in conjunction with City of Sydney Rangers attended The World Famous Love Machine, 60 Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point.

In accordance with the Development Application attached to the club, it must cease operation at 3:00am. There also can not be any persons commonly referred to as "spruikers" soliciting business on public land out the front of the venue.

However, approximately 40 patrons were located inside watching performances taking place on stage and around the room.

As a result, the owner was issued with a significant fine for the business being detected acting in contravention of their current development application. He was also issued a warning in regard to the use of spruikers.

If you have any information which may assist police, please contact Kings Cross Police on 8356 0099.

Alternatively, call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page:

Monday, 15 February 2016

Who protects the criminals? The Police NSW.

Detective James Dark, he has received many emails from to expose a gang, linking to Paedophile ring aka Pink Triangle.

6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross subfloor compartment.

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Unsolved Jordan Thompson co-incidence

Jordan William THOMPSON
Police investigating the suspicious death of a toddler in the state’s Hunter region 10 years ago have welcomed a NSW Government reward of $100,000 for information relating to the incident.
Jordan William Thompson was 21 months old when his mum, Bernice Swales, went to run some errands, leaving him in the care of her then partner during the afternoon of Thursday 19 March 2005.
When she returned home, Jordan was in the lounge room unresponsive. She rushed him across the road to Singleton Base Hospital but he could not be revived.
Police were told the little boy had been found face down in the bath tub; however, a post mortem later found a lethal dose of a prescription medication used to treat depression in his system.
A Coronial Inquest into Jordan’s death commenced in 2008, and is set to resume in December this year.
No person has ever been convicted over Jordan’s death but police continue to treat the incident as suspicious.
Investigators are now hopeful that the $100,000 reward on offer from the NSW Government will encourage someone to come forward with information that leads to an arrest and conviction.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Police Troy Grant said Jordan’s family has been suffering for 10 years and deserve closure.
“It’s now been just over a decade since Jordan died, and yet his mother and family still don’t know have any answers about his death,” Mr Grant said.
“Detectives have never wavered in their pursuit for answers and are doing everything they can to solve the case, so the family can get the closure they need.
“We are hopeful this $100,000 reward offer will help them find out who is responsible for Jordan’s death,” Mr Grant said.
The Homicide Squad has carriage of the investigation, and Commander, Detective Superintendent Mick Willing, welcomed the reward.
“There is someone out there who knows who is responsible for Jordan’s death and we’re hoping this reward may prompt them to get in touch with police,” Det Supt Willing said.
“By all accounts, Jordan was a vivacious and loving child, and his family have been robbed of the opportunity to see him grow into a man.
“Investigators are committed to getting to the bottom of this case and bringing those responsible for an innocent child’s death to justice, but we can’t do it without assistance from the public.
“I hope this $100,000 reward is the incentive needed for someone who has information to come forward.
“If you have any information that may help us, please do the right thing and call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” Det Supt Willing said.
Jordan’s mum, Bernice, has joined police in appealing to the community for someone to come forward.
“This reward announcement means so much to our family. We have struggled every single day since we lost Jordan, and we hope this will give police the answers we all need,” Bernice said.
The reward of up to $100,000 is available for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for Jordan’s death.
If you have any information that may assist police please report online or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 (24/7). You can remain anonymous.

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Drugs found in Tiles?

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Who is the Wizard in Kings Cross drug network we are exposing.

The Wizard of Oz in Kings Cross
aka Pink Triangle...
aka Wizard of ID  This gang collects the information for the drug network to be controlled.
Finks Gang Adelaide
For the Family of Inks that holds them together by the tattoo's.
Pink relates to the brothel where I request a Police search warrant to 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross.
P for the Pope, the father, the Lord for the system.

Anita Cobby Moloch worshipping 5th Position

The Lord of the Rings, they collect the evidence.
What the Police missed I believe for a reason, as this fitted Moloch worshipping for the drug network to become a protected drug dealer as I declare. This allegedly will be exposed when I believe the alleged wedding ring of Anita Cobby is exposed from a Police search warrant of 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross?

Anita Cobby: The monsters who killed the young Sydney nurse.
Gary Murphy, Michael Murdoch, John Travers, Michael Murphy and Les Murphy.
THE RAPE and murder of Anita Cobby is one of the most infamous cases in Australian criminal history, but who were the men that committed such unspeakable acts on the young nurse and former beauty queen?
The five men convicted of the crime that shocked Sydney in 1986 all hailed from the western suburbs and had a history of violence and trouble with the law.
Two of them - including the gang’s leader - were only teenagers. Three of them were brothers.
Together they abducted, tortured and killed a young woman with the world in front of her.
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Gary Murphy, Michael Murdoch, John Travers, Michael Murphy and Les Murphy...The RAPE and murder of Anita Cobby is one of the most infamous cases..

Brothers 4 life aka Bankstown Boys is another name for them linking to allegedly the Bankstown Hotel.