Friday, June 24, 2016

Community Safety Murder Female Aggression Two women charged with murder of teenager Aaron Pajich after body found Perth Now June 23, 2016 Gender Equality Violence by Women Male Victim







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Aaron Pajich body found

THE parents of Aaron Pajich whose body was found under a “newly laid concrete” grave in Perth’s southern suburbs have paid tribute to their son describing him as a “loving boy” who had a gentle soul.
The heartbreaking words from Aaron’s parents, Keith Sweetman and Sharon Pajich, come after two women were charged with the 18-year-old’s murder.
The women, aged 42 and 25, are due to face Perth Magistrates Court on Thursday.
  • Major Crime Detective Senior Sergeant Dave Gorton told media one of the women charged with Aaron Pajich's murder had attended the same educational facility as the teen. Picture: Kate Campbell.
    Major Crime Detective Senior Sergeant Dave Gorton told media one of the women charged with Aaron Pajich's murder had attended the same educational facility as the teen. Picture: Kate Campbell.
  • Forensic police and detectives at the Orelia property where teenager Aaron Pajich’s body was found. Two women have been charged with murder. Picture: Stewart Allen
    Forensic police and detectives at the Orelia property where teenager Aaron Pajich’s body was found. Two women have been charged with murder. Picture: Stewart Allen
  • Aaron Pajich. Picture: Facebook.
    Aaron Pajich. Picture: Facebook.
  • WA Police carry out their investigation of the murder scene at the Orelia house where Aaron Pajich was found. Picture: Stewart Allen.
    WA Police carry out their investigation of the murder scene at the Orelia house where Aaron Pajich was found. Picture: Stewart Allen.
  • Police and media at the Orelia property where teenager Aaron Pajich’s body was found. Two women have been charged with murder. Picture: Stewart Allen.
    Police and media at the Orelia property where teenager Aaron Pajich’s body was found. Two women have been charged with murder. Picture: Stewart Allen.





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The body of the Warnbro teenager, who had Asperger’s syndrome, was found buried in a concrete grave at the rear of a residence in Broughton Way in Orelia on Tuesday.
Police investigating Aaron’s murder today revealed he may have known at least one of the accused women.
Detective Senior Sergeant Dave Gorton, of Major Crime, told media on Wednesday that one of the women charged studied at the same educational facility in Kwinana as the 18-year-old.
He also said Major Crime detectives, who joined the investigation on Sunday, searched an Orelia home on Monday night and discovered a “newly laid concrete pad”.
The concrete slab was removed and Aaron’s body was found buried in a “shallow grave”, he added.
The two charged women live at the address.
Det Sen-Sgt Gorton declined to answer any questions at Thursday’s press conference, including what the motive may have been.
While details surrounding the exact circumstances of Aaron’s death are yet known, Seven News reported the teen was lured to the house and was killed within hours.

Police: murder victim Aaron Pajich & at least 1 of 2 women accused of killing him studied at same education facility in Kwinana. @perthnow
Before the police conference, Sharon Pajich told PerthNow Aaron was a “loving boy” and a gentle soul.
“He was a very good boy and he would never have hurt anyone,” she said. “He respected life and everything else . . . he enjoyed school.”
She said he would be missed “very deeply” and wanted it known she had “always loved him”.
Aaron’s father Keith Sweetman said he and Aaron’s stepmother Veronica Desmond were shocked and shattered, describing the teenager as a “lovely child and great boy”.
“(He was) always helping us, would always come and see us, would always be there to help us when we needed help,” he said.
Mr Sweetman said his son was “very trusting”.
“Because he loved people, his heart was not bad, he didn’t smoke, he didn’t drink, he went to church. He gave himself to the Lord and then someone goes and takes him.”
Mr Sweetman said police broke the news to him on Tuesday night and he had the awful task of identifying his son’s body on Wednesday.
“It’s extremely sad. I just couldn’t believe it,” he said.
Earlier, a friend of the Pajich family who arrived at the house where Aaron’s body was found said the family was in shock over the tragic development.
“They are in shock and absolute disbelief,” the young woman, who did not want to be named, said.
The woman said plans were already under way to set up a gofundme page to help the 18-year-old’s family.
FACEBOOK TRIBUTES
Following news of Aaron’s death, tributes have been pouring in on social media.
A former classmate of the teen wrote on Facebook: “R.I.P little one can’t believe this happened, I remember back last year at school when I used to come to you and ask you to hang when (you) had no one to hang with.”
“Your such a sweet, loving and carrying boy that goes out and help others in class. Taken to Soon!! Will be Miss.”
Another friend posted a touching tribute on Facebook, saying Aaron did not deserve such an end. “I’m almost crying. RIP Aaron you didn’t deserve this. You didn’t deserve a life of being bullied just to end up dead in some ... back yard. You were a sweet boy, who was so innocent. You’re an angel now enjoy your life of peace.”
Gofundme page has also been set up to help Aaron’s family with funeral costs.
“An innocence taken advantage of and forever taken from this world. Please support the Sweetman/Pajich families in helping with the funeral to lessen some of the stress at this horrible time,” the page reads.
A woman who donated posted a message that she had the “honour” of being Aaron’s maths teacher when he was in year six at Kwinana Christian School.
“He always had a smile and a genuine heart to welcome you into his world,” she said.
“As a mother of a son with autism myself, I cannot imagine what sorrow his family are going through. I am so very sorry Aaron that your innocence was taken too early. Much love to his family.”
Mr Sweetman said he and Aaron’s stepmother, who are both pensioners, were also concerned about the financial cost of laying Aaron to rest. He said any help – even well wishes – would be gratefully received. “We’re just going to try to do everything we can to pay for any service because neither of us can work, we’re both on the pension,” he said.
“It’s so sad; we’re worried we cannot pay for his funeral.”
To donate, visit the page here.
Before Aaron’s body was found, the last confirmed sighting of the 18-year-old was around 10am on Monday, June 13, at a Rockingham City Shopping Centre taxi rank, where he was due to meet a women and a man known only as “Daniel”.
Aaron’s stepmother Veronica Desmond told media on Tuesday that the family was worried “something has happened” to Aaron or “someone has harmed him”.
“Or that it’s too late completely and even worse has happened,” she told Ten News Perth.
Ms Desmond said Aaron, known to frequent the Kwinana Town Centre and gaming stores around the metropolitan area was easily led and would normally call his father every day.


http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/two-women-charged-with-murder-of-teenager-aaron-pajich-after-body-found/news-story/c2342ccfce5ffaffef7eee1a64d6139c

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Community Safety Gender Equality Misandry Comedienne banned from Facebook TWICE for controversial post about violence Daily Mail Australia June 20th 2016 "entrenched prejudice towards masculinity" "The #genderspecific approach to crime is wrong. Female aggression, physical or emotional is also a female community safety issue" Pete Dowe and VicPolice News June 23rd 2016



#genderequality For mine Facebook was right to take this down. It is #misandry or entrenched prejudice towards masculinity
The #genderspecific approach to crime is wrong. 
Female aggression, physical or emotional is also a female community safety issue.
"It doesn't matter what she did" 
she is entitled to rule of law, equal application of the law and due process


Pete Dowe


'Well that's a special level of stupid': Comedienne banned from Facebook TWICE for controversial post about violence

  • Comedienne Catherine Deveny posted a status on her Facebook page
  • The status was regarding the causes of violence - she said they are 'men'
  • She was promptly banned for breaching Facebook's 'community standards'
  • However, on Monday the post was re-instated - it was then banned again
  • Ms Deveny has taken to Twitter to share her outrage and frustration 
Australian comedienne, Catherine Deveny, was banned from Facebook over the weekend after she wrote a status update on her public page about the causes of violence.
'Here are the top ten causes of violence,' she wrote.
'1. Men 2. Men 3. Men 4. Men 5. Men 6. Men 7. Men 8. Men 9. Men 10. Men.' 
According to Facebook her post breached their 'community standards' and resulted in a 30-day ban from the site.
She appealed to the social media site to be re-instated, but Ms Deveny was then banned again when she re-posted the original status update alongside a comment about her victory. 
Controversial statement: Australian comedienne, Catherine Deveny (pictured), faced a ban from Facebook over the weekend because something she wrote breached Facebook's 'community standards'
Controversial statement: Australian comedienne, Catherine Deveny (pictured), faced a ban from Facebook over the weekend because something she wrote breached Facebook's 'community standards'
Banned post: Her post (pictured) was promptly banned by the social media site, and Ms Deveny was banned from Facebook for 30 days 
Banned post: Her post (pictured) was promptly banned by the social media site, and Ms Deveny was banned from Facebook for 30 days 
Ms Deveny received a message from Facebook over the weekend that read: 'We removed the post below because it doesn't follow the Facebook community standards'.
The controversial update promptly disappeared from her page as the ban ensued.
Following the incident, the comedienne took to Twitter to complain about the ban.
She tweeted: 'Hey I've been booted off @facebook for 30 days for saying the top ten causes of violence are men. I'm protesting on the grounds of truth.'
Incriminating message: As the post was deleted, Ms Deveny received a Facebook message that said: 'We removed the post below because it doesn't follow the Facebook community standards'
Incriminating message: As the post was deleted, Ms Deveny received a Facebook message that said: 'We removed the post below because it doesn't follow the Facebook community standards'
Grounds of truth: Following the incident, the comedienne took to Twitter to complain about Facebook's behaviour - she explained 'I'm protesting on the grounds of truth'
Grounds of truth: Following the incident, the comedienne took to Twitter to complain about Facebook's behaviour - she explained 'I'm protesting on the grounds of truth'
Her Twitter post was then re-tweeted more than 100 times, and liked nearly 200 times, with other people rushing to Ms Deveny's defence on the grounds that jokes about rape and beating women are constantly allowed through Facebook's filters.
Feminist writer, Clementine Ford, shared the story on her Facebook page on Monday highlighting the hypocrisy of the system. 
She's back: On Monday, Ms Deveny was allowed back onto Facebook by the site, where she wrote the above post to double check she could update her status again 
She's back: On Monday, Ms Deveny was allowed back onto Facebook by the site, where she wrote the above post to double check she could update her status again 
Banned again: As the post was re-instated by Facebook, Ms Deveny wrote the above message - which then proceeded to be deleted by Facebook AGAIN 
Banned again: As the post was re-instated by Facebook, Ms Deveny wrote the above message - which then proceeded to be deleted by Facebook AGAIN 
When Ms Deveny's post was re-instated by Facebook on Monday, and she re-shared her earlier feelings alongside the Facebook caption: 'You'll be delighted to know the post has reappeared [sic] on my timeline. A bit of a win for all. Thanks comrades', the post was deleted again for breaching Facebook's community standards.
Once again Ms Deveny returned to Twitter where she posted:
'Dear @facebook, you banned me for 30 days on Sunday, lifted the ban, put the post back up and then banned me again for reposting it WTF? [sic].' 
Confusion: The comedienne once more took to Twitter, where she made the above update, highlighting how confused she was by the double ban 
Confusion: The comedienne once more took to Twitter, where she made the above update, highlighting how confused she was by the double ban 
No win: The ban on the second post is still due to be lifted - meanwhile on Twitter, the debate continues to rage, as hundreds of people have leapt to Ms Deveny's (pictured on left) defence 
No win: The ban on the second post is still due to be lifted - meanwhile on Twitter, the debate continues to rage, as hundreds of people have leapt to Ms Deveny's (pictured on left) defence 
At present her second ban t is yet to be lifted.
On Twitter the debate continues to rage with hundreds of people coming to the comedienne's defence.
'Meanwhile I reported a video of a woman being beaten by a man with a belt and THAT didn't breach their standards @facebook, [sic]' one user posted on Twitter, which Ms Deveny then re-tweeted.
'Well that's a special level of stupid @facebook,' someone else tweeted. Catherine Deveny also re-tweeted this sentiment. 


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WOMAN CHARGED FOLLOWING ST ALBANS ASSAULT AND COHUNA ARMED ROBBERY

  • WEDNESDAY, 22 JUNE 2016 01:33


Police have charged a Shepparton woman following the assault of an elderly woman during a car theft in St Albans on Sunday. 

The 87-year-old St Albans woman was allegedly assaulted and had her car stolen on St Albans Road about 4.50pm. 

A 33-year-old woman was arrested yesterday in Kerang and has been charged with three counts of armed robbery, assault and obtain property by deception. 

The woman has also been charged in relation to an alleged armed robbery and assault on King Edward Street, Cohuna on Tuesday morning. 

She has been remanded in custody to appear at the Swan Hill Magistrates’ Court later this morning. 



Amelia Penhall 

Media Officer 

50632/50663

http://www.vicpolicenews.com.au/news/10454-woman-charged-following-st-albans-assault-and-cohuna-armed-robbery.html