Two are on trial for an armed robbery in a club in 2008. One has already been sentenced. One just pled guilty and the other, the security guard accused of being the inside man maintains his innocence. For a country with such strict gun control, how could this happen?
Two men wearing black balaclavas burst into the Weston Creek Labor Club at closing time on February 28, 2008 armed with a rifle and baseball bat.
The court has heard Street, 34, and two other staff members were tied up and left lying on the floor as the robbers made off with more than $124,000 in coins and notes.
It’s almost as if the Australians have only disarmed the law abiding, leaving the criminals free reign.
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