Eventually three other people were arrested and charged for their alleged involvement. All the old Brinja Aboriginal people at the main camp at Coila Lake (Kyaily), Flannagan wrote away to the colonial secretary for permission to kill all the blacks in the area, the Colonial Secretary wrote back and said you can only kill one. 24 months Kate brings sexy back to the office as our Administration Manager and all-round most loveliest lady in the world. James George Pages in category "Unsolved murders in Australia" The following 41 pages are in this category, out of 41 total. By Kate Carlile 19/09/2016. However, NSW police satisfied themselves that neither was the Pyjama Girl and she remained unidentified. Many of the massacres not listed here may instead be found in the list of massacres of Indigenous Australians. [113], In 2017, Detective Inspector Peter Mahon stated, "We are still not sure of the motive, because if it was a robbery, you would have thought that they would have searched Frank and taken his money out of his wallet."[115]. Two samples found at the scene remain unidentified. He had been bound, strangled, wrapped in carpet, and then moved to the location. Newbery is believed to have been attacked in his shop, Frank's Ham & Beef, This page was last edited on 4 August 2020, at 03:31. [68] An autopsy could not conclusively determine the cause of death, but noted that a skull injury was "consistent with a forceful penetration by a sharp instrument". This is a partial list of unsolved murders in Australia. Their bodies were discovered three days later after neighbors reported hearing a baby whimpering. One family member escaped and went to Bullengella (glasshouse rocks Narooma) and waited for the other Brinja people on Barunjuba (Montague island), she saw the massacre of the people coming off Barunjuba in their canoes, the bodies were found by George and Jacky Green in the sand pit at Bingi Bingi. [87] After waiting for a short period of time, Redston left the area and was not seen again until his body was discovered the next day among the reeds in a creek bed in Curtin. The Binja young people were on Bunneye Ceremony on Barunjuba (Montague island), when they were half way back Horden, Flannagan and Morris in a boat stolen by John Anderson, alias Henderson, Alexander McDonald, John Thomas, and George Pope, jointly indicted for a burglary, at Congo, on the 3d of May 1833. [84], The next day, Balmain's bag, shoes, make-up, diary, credit cards and keys to her Bellevue Hill flat were found scattered around several Kingsford streets. 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