Melbourne man faces court over $3.9m armed gold heist

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    It's just gobsmacking hypocrisy that in the state where even having a toy (fake) gun in your vehicle makes you a suspect person in need of legal advice, brandishing a real weapon (albeit unclipped) in conjunction of a very real robbery is not considered a serious enough crime to prevent you from being granted bail. :rolleyes: [For the record I'm pro legal gun ownership for sport.]

    "The gun is unloaded," Mr Dunn said.

    "When he takes the gun out, there's no magazine in it.

    "He's a man of otherwise good repute."

    ^^ Sure. ^^
    https://www.silverstackers.com/foru...dealer-melb-gold-co.95835/page-2#post-1142460
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    Oh, lovely. o_O
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    Just look up his name, plenty underworld links and is a shitty land lord too.
     

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