Australian pair sought after Bali policeman's death.

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Australian pair sought after Bali policeman's death.

Postby CEOCambodiaNews » Sun Aug 21, 2016 12:58 am

Indonesian police have told immigration officials to be on the look-out for two Australians being sought in connection with the death of a Bali traffic police officer.

Wayan Sudarsa was found dead in his uniform on a beach in Kuta about 3.30am local time on Wednesday by hotel security officers. He had a wound to his forehead and leg and his shirt was unbuttoned and bloodied. The smashed remains of a beer bottle were found near his head.

About 50 metres from the body a woman’s black leather purse was found, along with the police officer’s binoculars.

A security officer at the nearby Pullman hotel told police he had heard screaming at about 1.15am and had gone down to the beach. There he allegedly saw a man being set upon by a group of women...
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/ ... ic-officer

An Australian woman, Sara Connor, and a British man, David James Taylor, 33, have been arrested in Denpasar following the death of a Bali policeman, after police put out an alert to immigration officials to stop the pair from leaving the island.

Speaking after their arrest on Friday afternoon, Bali provincial police chief Sugeng Prayitno said Connor was arrested near the Australian Consulate-General in Denpasar.

She allegedly told officers she was drunk at the time and could not remember all the events of that night.

Connor and Taylor were wanted for questioning over the death of Wayan Sudarsa.
His body was discovered by local hotel security staff about 3.30am local time on Wednesday, lying on a beach in Kuta ...
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/ ... -policeman
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Postby mammothboy2 » Sun Aug 21, 2016 3:26 am

Is she the woman hunted by Schwartznegger in his role as robot time traveller?
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Postby Jamie_Lambo » Sun Aug 21, 2016 3:09 pm

...Are you Sara Connor
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Re: Australian pair sought after Bali policeman's death.

Postby markd » Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:10 pm

apparently she has now been charged with murder as her blood & the victims blood was found together. shes claiming he attempted sexual assaut & has a bite mark on her thigh to prove it.
a policeman abusing his position of power for sexual gratification....unheard of :roll:
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Re: Australian pair sought after Bali policeman's death.

Postby Retardedwaitress » Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:17 pm

Jamie_Lambo wrote:...Are you Sara Connor
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She was supposd to inform skynet about the supposed ban of alcohol in bali but failed.
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Re: Australian pair sought after Bali policeman's death.

Postby Anchor Moy » Sun Aug 21, 2016 8:12 pm

Retardedwaitress wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:...Are you Sara Connor
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She was supposd to inform skynet about the supposed ban of alcohol in bali but failed.
What ban on alcohol ? Not yet implemented in Bali AFAIK, just scaremongering news so far : http://www.news.com.au/travel/world-tra ... e6f1acb6ca
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Re: Australian pair sought after Bali policeman's death.

Postby CEOCambodiaNews » Tue Aug 23, 2016 9:24 pm

British man admits 'confrontation' with Bali policeman, but says did not kill him
Posted 23 Aug 2016 14:20

JAKARTA: A British man arrested over the killing of a policeman on Indonesia's holiday island Bali says he was involved in a "confrontation" with the officer over his girlfriend's missing purse, but denies killing him, his lawyer said on Tuesday.

The body of Wayan Sudarsa, a traffic police official, was found in the early hours of Aug 17, face-down in the sand on popular Kuta beach, with wounds to his head and neck, according to media reports.

David Taylor, 33, and his Australian girlfriend Sarah Connor, 45, were arrested last week over the killing. The pair are suspects in the case, according to police. Under Indonesian law, charges are only laid once the case gets to court.

"David maintains that he did not kill the victim, only that he was looking for (his girlfriend's purse)," Taylor's lawyer Haposan Shimbing said.

"He approached the victim, checked the victim's pockets and there was a confrontation but David did not hit the victim."

However, Connor has told police that she saw Taylor beating the officer as she searched for her purse, according to her lawyer Erwin Siregar.

"When she tried to find her lost purse, she saw David sitting on the back of the victim. And as Sarah looked past David and saw that he was beating the victim. Because she only saw him from behind, she didn't clearly see if he used his bare hands or had a tool," Siregar said late on Monday.

Taylor, who is a musician with the stage name DJ Nutzo, is scheduled to be questioned by police on Tuesday. Connor's lawyer said she was questioned for nine hours on Monday.

Police have said the investigation could take weeks before the case goes to court.

(Reporting by Slamet Kurniawan and Reuters stringer in Denpasar; Writing by Kanupriya Kapoor; Editing by Michael Perry)
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Re: Australian pair sought after Bali policeman's death.

Postby CEOCambodiaNews » Wed Aug 24, 2016 1:00 am

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The Denpasar police chief says the partner of an Australian woman held over the alleged murder of a policeman in Bali "went on a rage", hitting the victim with a smashed beer bottle.
Hadi Purnomo said British man David Taylor and his girlfriend Sara Connor, a 45-year-old mother of two from Byron Bay, "deflected and lied" in original interviews with police.

The pair have been detained for allegedly murdering local policeman Wayan Sudarsa, who was found with 42 wounds to his body, including his head and neck, on Kuta Beach.

After 12 hours of questioning, Taylor changed his story and admitted he had confronted the policeman over Connor's missing bag.

He confessed to bashing the officer with a beer bottle, the victim's binoculars and an old mobile phone, but denied killing him.

Senior Commission Purnomo questioned why Taylor he did not tell the truth from the start, and alleged the 33-year-old attacked the officer during a "rage".

"After he hit him like that then David went on a rage and hit him again with a smashed bottle and caused injuries to his head," Senior Commission Purnomo said.

Lawyers for the Australian have said she had nothing to do with the murder.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-08-23/b ... ys/7775640
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