They broke six of his ribs. He outran the gang. Scott Johnson, 27, was gay. He is helping the cops now, but that doesn't stop him complaining. He has previously told police he was uneducated and easily led when he committed the crime. Sue Thompson retired, injured, in early
I have kids of my own now, so I know how hard it would be to lose someone.
Up to 80 men murdered, 30 cases unsolved
Hugh Sheil remembers Coogee's beats - and their poofter bashers. It is hard to find any who will talk at all, let alone explain what possessed them then or what they think of their crimes now. Then I was hustled out of the bathroom for taking drugs which clearly I'm not and was threatened at the door to getting my head kicked in. She could not countenance the possibility of suicide and the policeman who handled the case was helpful, perhaps too helpful. Be careful though; you just might walk in on two guys giving each other head behind the boulders. Not a gay bar.
With sadistic relish, he regales his fellow prisoner, and another at Sydney's Minda Detention Centre a few months later, with his reminiscences. Three days after that attack near the Icebergs, another gay man, year-old David McMahon, took a late-night jog along the coastal path. How the generation gap is evident in activism. Reviewed 28 May via mobile We are all local somewhere. The murder, it's horrific, but there is comfort in knowing that. Reviewed 21 April Justice sought … Steve Page and Sue Thompson re-investigated many of the suspicious deaths before leaving the police force.