Wonnangatta Couple from Drouin ??

rogerazz

4x4 Earth Contributer
I find it hard to believe that the journos write sensationalist stories to sell the media for profits or just a good story.
I find that the reporters, journalists, editors, all media outlets, etc., are completely truthful and reliable.

Then the alarm went off and I woke up.
 

ipch

Member
After the news break about Button I believe a few morons went looking for him and his camp.
He was harassed and his camp ransacked while he was away. There was a few tracks closed early and I think it may have been to keep people away from the area.

I have been told by locals that he has been taken to a safe house until things quieten down..
 

John U

Well-Known Member
After the news break about Button I believe a few morons went looking for him and his camp.
He was harassed and his camp ransacked while he was away. There was a few tracks closed early and I think it may have been to keep people away from the area.

I have been told by locals that he has been taken to a safe house until things quieten down..
Not surprised at all. Responsibility is on head of the individuals who write the rubbish and the idiots who publish/broadcast it.

Hope he’s ok.
 

typhoeus

Well-Known Member
Reminds me of one of my pet peeves: watching some reporter on the tv trying to get a few words from some guy accused of murdering someone and asking a dumb stupid question like" are you going to apologise to the family?" Or something else equally ridiculous.
 

Neil Watts

Well-Known Member
My goss is there are a lot of locals that rate him as being 100% behind this...... no judgement by me though.
 

CaptainBanana

Well-Known Member

Police are treating the death of a person whose remains were found by the Missing Persons Squad in Melbourne's south-east on Wednesday as suspicious.

Detectives from the squad were in the Lysterfield area as part of an ongoing investigation when they found human remains about 1:30pm on Nixon Road.

A post-mortem will be conducted but police believe the discovery is connected to a missing persons case.

In a statement, Victoria Police said the discovery was not believed to be linked to either the missing Gippsland campers Carol Clay and Russell Hill or missing Lakes Entrance man Dale Pantic.

"Further information will be provided once forensic testing of the remains has taken place," the statement said.
 

discomatt

Well-Known Member
By that point last night I was seeing and hearing things, sleep deprivation is horrible.
I know all about sleep deprivation, twins that didn't sleep at night for 12 months and stress running my own panel shop while trying to live off one wage and buy our first home, fun times.
Hope you get some good shut eye soon
 
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