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14 Feb 19
In The Know Cycling

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13 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
A FUGITIVE Irishman wanted for questioning over the ­violent death of a ­former housemate has taunted police by posting pictures of himself partying while they are looking for him. Simon Fahy, 26, became a wanted man on Tuesday of last week when a Spanish judge issued a ­European Arrest ­Warrant so he can be quizzed in relation to drug dealer Carl Carr’s murder. Simon Fahy on the phone in a social media pic The victim’s other housemate Wayne Walsh, 31, was held the week before last on suspicion of killing the 38-year-old Dubliner during a fight with a knuckleduster after his body was found buried in a shallow grave alongside two bottles of bleach near a Costa Blanca motorway. Four other people — a Spanish handyman and three British women, including a stunning model ex of Irishman Walsh said to have been at the ­centre of the ‘love triangle’ row that allegedly led to the homicide — were also arrested. On Monday, a photo of bare-chested Fahy sipping cider appeared on a social media account which appeared to have been created before the warrant was issued on February 5. The picture, showing the heavily-tattooed Irishman on the phone in what appeared to be a hotel room, was posted in the early hours of yesterday morning. Former Costa housemates Walsh, Fahy and Carr A rambling and incomprehensible message littered with spelling ­mistakes was also left on the same account, but it was later deleted. It read: “One thing to all u fake motherf***ers so called friends red between the lines r red the Peter u so called friends. “F##k all friends. I being there when all my friends have not being there for me dose anyone no water loyalty is life goes on not with fakes.” Authorities in Spain confirmed on Monday an EAW had been issued. Well-placed sources said a judge tasked with a court probe into convicted dealer Carr’s death wanted to quiz Fahy. Carl Carr’s body was found buried in a shallow grave He lived with the dead man and Walsh at a sunshine villa on a residential estate in the Costa Blanca holiday resort of Torrevieja where police believe the Dubliner was killed on September 16 last. Spanish investigators want to establish if Fahy alerted Walsh after seeing his former partner, model Mily Leonard, 31, getting intimate with Carl following a night out at their rented home — and they believe he was present for the killing. Walsh, in prison near Alicante since a February 2 court appearance, has a young son with Leonard. Locals say he had been seeing her again following a split — at the same time as he was romancing another of the female suspects. Model Mily Leonard Leonard and the other woman, bar manager Natalie Edwards, were remanded in custody on suspicion of concealment after a court hearing. One of them is also being probed on suspicion of illegal weapons possession following the discovery during a police search of a 9mm pistol. A third woman — not named — was arrested on suspicion of making a false statement and remains under investigation, but she was not jailed. A well-placed court source confirmed: “Torrevieja Court of Investigation Number Two issued an EAW on February 5. The court isn’t aware there has been an arrest so far.” None of the five suspects who were arrested have yet been charged, as is normal in Spain where formal raps are only laid shortly before trial. Wayne Walsh, 31, was held the week before last on suspicion of killing Carr They’re classified as ‘investigados’, a legal term in Spain which means ‘under investigation’. Carr’s body was found buried by the AP-7 motorway between Algorfa and Benijofar, a 20-minute drive north from where the Irishman was last seen last September. Police say they believe he was killed the day after a night out and his body was then driven to woods 20 minutes north of his home and buried alongside bleach used in a clean-up operation to hide the crime. The victim’s grief-stricken mum Marie, who was told of the gruesome discovery at the start of the month, said: “The Spanish police have told me Carl’s death has nothing to do with drugs. I believe he was killed because of a romantic triangle, by a man he knew who accused him of dating one of his girlfriends. “He told me twice in the last ­conversation we had that he loved me. Those were his last words: ‘I love you, Mam.’” Saying he spoke regularly to his two young children in Ireland by a former long-term partner, she added: “I knew this was never a voluntary disappearance. He talked to his children every day and he talked to me every second day. Whoever did this to my son must pay the consequences.” Two people are now under witness protection in Spain in relation to the grisly Costa Blanca crime. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] One reportedly told officers she saw the victim’s body under a rug in the living room and signs a struggle had taken place before fleeing the property. Before her arrest, Mily boasted of modelling for a Benidorm-based agency and beat off stiff competition to become the face of a popular Costa Blanca bar when she was a teen. Carr was one of three men jailed in Ireland in 2008 after being caught with €1.4million of heroin and cocaine.
10 Feb 19
Tesseract Worldschool

You might have read Julien’s blog about a Thai cooking class. In that blog, he mentioned that he went with Janet, and we were going to go with Alex. Today is the day that we went with Alex. We caught our van, and there we met a couple who were visiting Thailand for 1 week […]

11 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

Some of the most wanted criminals from Merseyside could expect an easier life on the "Costa Del Crime" if Britain loses access to the European arrest warrant after Brexit. The European Arrest Warrant is used to bring criminals, drug traffickers and terrorists arrested abroad to justice in the United Kingdom. Dominic McInally is believed to […]

11 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

A no-deal Brexit would hurt police powers to arrest foreign suspects and leave British refugees outside the law in Europe, a police chief said. Deputy Commissioner Richard Martin is in charge of national police preparations to deal with the loss of important crime-fighting measures when Britain leaves the EU on 29 March without agreement. "Criminals […]

11 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

A no-deal Brexit would hurt police powers to arrest foreign suspects and leave British refugees outside the law in Europe, a police chief said. Deputy Commissioner Richard Martin is in charge of national police preparations to deal with the loss of important crime-fighting measures when Britain leaves the EU on 29 March without agreement. "Criminals […]

11 Feb 19
The Sun
FOREIGN criminals wanted in Europe for serious offences will be able to disappear in the UK after Brexit, police fear. Cops will not have enough time to keep fugitives in custody before magistrates authorise extradition, says the police chief spearheading the EU exiting strategy. Cops will not have enough time to keep fugitives in custody before magistrates authorise extradition Britain will be locked out of the European Arrest Warrant and intelligence-sharing databases if the country leaves the EU on March 29 without a deal. Met Police deputy assistant commissioner Richard Martin, National Police Chiefs’ Council Lead for Exiting the EU, says: “We will go back to a slower, clunkier system.’’ He said the average length of time of six days waiting for criminal records checks on suspects from European countries would rise to the 66 days it takes for non-EU nations to respond. Mr Martin said criminal suspects from EU states who are flagged up on Interpol red notices here after Brexit, will have to go through lengthy extradition court processes. LENGTHY EXTRADITION COURT PROCESS The red tape nightmare could see some countries failing to submit required paperwork before suspects are brought to court, it is feared. And without the EAW system, British cops will then be forced to go to magistrates seeking an arrest warrant for suspects wanted in EU countries. Mr Martin said: ‘”My fear is if we don’t get information back in a timely fashion there is a real possibility they will abscond before we can extradite them.’’ He pointed out that after the introduction of the EAW system in 2002, extraditions from the UK rose from around 60 a year to around 1800. There were 180 British fugitives returned here from EU countries in the year up to April 1 last year on EAW’s. After Brexit, the UK will also no longer have access to the Schengen Information System, in which EU member states share real time information about wanted or missing people. Law enforcement officers in the UK accessed the database 539 million times in 2017. In the event of No Deal, Britain will also miss out on an EU-wide fingerprint and DNA system currently in the pipeline, which will make forensic samples available at the press of a button. Mr Martin estimated it will cost UK police forces an extra £20 million a year to carry out the extra work required once the UK loses access to EU law enforcement intelligence databases, Europol and the EAW system. And he adds that the impact will also be felt on available police resources to tackle crime. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN BREXIT” posts_category=”14002″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] FORCES READY TO RESPOND TO NO DEAL He said: ‘’If something takes three or four times as long than it did before, then you are not on the street. ‘’It will have an impact on the frontline.’’ Mr Martin is leading a 50-strong team at the London-based International Crime Coordination Centre to tackle the effects of leaving the EU The unit is drawn from police, the National Crime Agency and national Criminal Records Office, and is offering guidance to forces nationwide on replacement intelligence tools post-Brexit. Mr Martin said: ‘’We have contingencies in place for each of the EU tools but they are not like-for-like replacements and will not be as efficient or effective as the tools we currently use.’’ He added: “We are prepared for the worst case scenario, as the public would expect. ‘’Forces will be ready to respond to the challenges a No Deal EU exit would bring but we continue to hope a deal that protects vital data-sharing and cooperation is reached – it is in the interests of both UK and EU citizens.” The UK will lose access to EU law enforcement intelligence databases, Europol and the EAW system In the event of No Deal, Britain will also miss out on an EU-wide fingerprint and DNA system currently in the pipeline [bc_video video_id=”5571460327001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” caption=”Sun investigation shows how criminals make thousands using key fob jammers to break into cars”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
11 Feb 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Police Officer leading national preparations decries potential loss of EU crime-fighting tools The time needed to cope with extra bureaucracy would impact frontline policing, Richard Martin says. Photograph: Bloomberg/Getty Images A no-deal Brexit would damage police powers to detain foreign suspects and leave British fugitives in Europe beyond the law , a police chief has […]

08 Feb 19
Rtwrestling

Hier soir, l’AEW tenait une nouvelle conférence de presse en prévision de leur show inaugural, Double Or Nothing qui se tiendra le 25 mai prochain à Las Vegas. Sans surprise, Kenny Omega était présent et a annoncé son arrivée au sein de la compagnie. La conférence ne s’est cependant pas arrêtée à cela et plusieurs […]

07 Feb 19
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04 Feb 19
$leazePrie$t

Whitinsville, MA—February 2019… Eastern Acoustic Works is delighted to announce that John Mills has joined the company as a Senior Applications Engineer. A 25-year industry veteran, Mills most recently served as vice president of Nashville’s Morris Light & Sound, where he worked for the past …

31 Jan 19
The Spirit of Freedom

By MC3 Marlan Sawyer Sailors have the opportunity to complete three warfare programs aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington(CVN 73): Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS), Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS), and Enlisted Information Warfare Specialist (EIWS). OPNAV Instruction 1412.4, which provides details regarding warfare programs, was released after the ESWSprogram was created Dec. […]

31 Jan 19
Brexit Compliance News

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Police, the government, the Border Force and ferry companies are among those preparing for a no-deal Brexit It could become the UK’s biggest peacetime emergency in almost a century. Unless a withdrawal agreement is approved (or Article 50 is delayed), at 23:00 GMT on 29 March the UK will leave […]