Steven Samaras sentenced to 11 years’ jail for manslaughter of fiancee Tamara Turner

Steven Samaras has been sentenced to 11 years’ jail for the manslaughter of his fiancee Tamara Turner, who was abandoned with a gunshot wound to the abdomen in the Mildura Base Hospital in June 2016.

         February 28, 2019 at 01:46PM https://ift.tt/2GPKqox
Advertisements

UK pre-teen rapes younger sister to recreate #GrandTheftAuto sex scenes https://t.co/74qOC05uqW https://t.co/ME4WdUsVJa

.@UN chief @antonioguterres hopes denuclearization talks with #NorthKorea continue https://t.co/UzraeesKgk https://t.co/MGMFthS0Mp

Pentagon tracked human right violations in #Afghanistan on Excel – report https://t.co/sDPbXXUuOc https://t.co/MlO5r8pb91

No.2 cryptocurrency Ethereum faces software ‘fork’; lower supply seen https://t.co/VoPhYLf90o https://t.co/QtM9lYMXMR

KCNA: “Kim Jong Un expressed his thanks to Trump for making positive efforts for the successful meeting and talks while making a long journey and said goodbye, promising the next meeting.”

KCNA: "Kim Jong Un expressed his thanks to Trump for making positive efforts for the successful meeting and talks while making a long journey and said goodbye, promising the next meeting."

KCNA: “They agreed to keep in close touch with each other for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and the epochal development of the DPRK-U.S. relations in the future, too, and continue productive dialogues for settling the issues discussed at the Hanoi Summit.”

KCNA: "They agreed to keep in close touch with each other for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and the epochal development of the DPRK-U.S. relations in the future, too, and continue productive dialogues for settling the issues discussed at the Hanoi Summit."