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GUILTY Australia - Fiona Warzywoda, 33, fatally stabbed, Sunshine, Vic, 16 April 2014

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    Sunshine stabbing victim had been in court just hours before attack

    April 17, 2014 8:57PM

    A WOMAN was slain in broad daylight just hours after going to court over an intervention order concerning the man now accused of her murder.

    Fiona Warzywoda, 33, was stabbed to death outside her solicitor’s office on Wednesday, shortly after leaving court.

    Her de facto, Craig McDermott, 38, faced court on Thursday charged with her murder

    Magistrate Peter Reardon on Thursday granted the Herald Sun permission to report the existence of an intervention order between Ms Warzywoda and her former partner.

    He refused an application on behalf of Chief Commissioner Ken Lay to suppress this, saying the matter should not be hidden

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    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/la...rs-before-attack/story-fni0fee2-1226886533791
     
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    MAKE IT A CRIME AGAINST STATE

    April 17, 2014

    A CHILD protection expert has called for tougher family violence laws and a renewed push to convict more men who break intervention orders.

    Australian Childhood Foundation chief executive Joe Tucci said changes to the law were needed, to treat family violence as a crime against the state rather than against an individual.

    Police are grappling with a big increase in reported family violence, with court figures showing that there has been a 42 per cent increase in intervention orders in the past five years.

    Police statistics released earlier this year showed there were 20,418 breaches of intervention orders in 2013, up by 40 per cent from the previous year.

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/la...rs-before-attack/story-fni0fee2-1226886533791
     
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    Man fronts court over fatal stabbing
    http://www.3aw.com.au/blogs/breakin...court-over-fatal-stabbing/20140417-36sqv.html
     
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    Adding this report in for anyone who may not have read it....

    April 18, 2014 4:22PM

    JILL Meagher’s husband Tom has spoken out about violence against women, saying he has been inundated with stories of sexual abuse from thousands of women

    What would make this tragedy even more tragic would be if we were to separate what happened to Jill from cases of violence against women where the victim knew, had a sexual past with, talked to the perpetrator in a bar, or went home with him,” Mr Meagher said.

    “The more I felt the incredible support from the community, the more difficult it was to ignore of the silent majority whose tormentors are not monsters lurking on busy streets, but their friends, acquaintances, husbands, lovers, brothers and fathers,” he said.

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/vi...-have-taught-him/story-fni0fit3-1226889094604

    http://www.whiteribbon.org.au/
     
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    http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/sunshine-plans-vigil-for-murdered-mum-fiona-warzywoda-20140418-36whk.html
     
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    Both video & transcript are available on following link...

    High-profile domestic violence murders 'tip of the iceberg'

    Updated 21 minutes ago

    Recent high-profile cases of domestic violence have sparked fury at a lack of action and represent 'the tip of the iceberg' suggests Domestic Violence Victoria CEO, Fiona McCormack.

    SARAH FERGUSON, PRESENTER: A peaceful Easter Sunday in the northern suburbs of Melbourne was shattered yesterday by the deaths of two little girls, aged three and four.

    The sisters were reportedly killed at their grandmother's home. A 35-year-old man, whom police say was known to the girls, has been charged with their murder. He's believed to be their father.

    This attack follows the killing of 11-year old Luke Batty two months ago, beaten to death by his father in front of his mother.

    These are the cases that make the news, but there are hundreds of other acts of domestic violence against women and children reported every day

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-04-21/high-profile-domestic-violence-murders-tip-of-the/5402488
     
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    From November 10:

    http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/c...utside-a-shopping-centre-20151110-gkvgwu.html

    From November 16:

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/la...e/news-story/6f85e7fa6f0956909b09d9b83b699a05

     
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    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/la...e/news-story/c0e2ce68cee9020c65a47c064c563ae0

     
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    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/la...s/news-story/1adcd30fd5ab95c4f62d2ab0c1db5265
     
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    Craig McDermott found guilty of murdering ex-partner in Melbourne's west in 2014

    Ms Warzywoda, a mother of four, was stabbed six times on a busy street not long after a meeting with her solicitor about their relationship on April 16, 2014.
    The victim’s family wept in court at the verdict, saying they were pleased with the outcome.
    McDermott had pleaded not guilty to the murder charge, telling his Supreme Court trial that he had acted on the grounds of self-defence.
    He also denied purchasing a knife from a nearby shop moments before the stabbing, or ever having a knife.
    http://www.9news.com.au/National/20...nd-guilty-of-murdering-his-ex-partner-in-2014

    Talk about delusional! :mad: It's easy to see how he thinks.

    ........

    Fiona Warzywoda: witnesses give account of Sunshine stabbing

    A man "rugby-tackled" his partner to the ground as he stabbed her outside a Sunshine shopping centre, a court has heard.
    Ian Jones, appearing in court via video link from Tasmania, said he was sitting at a restaurant about 30 metres away with two other people when he heard a woman scream "Help! Help! Help!"
    A man appeared from the shops a couple of seconds later, put his arm around her neck and stabbed her in the throat as he pulled her to the ground, Mr Jones said.

    http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/f...unt-of-sunshine-stabbing-20141202-11yg8y.html

    There were so many witnesses and yet this 'man' claimed it was self defense and denied buying a knife just before he killed Fiona! Another maniac who couldn't care less about his children or about human life and lies, lies, lies to save himself! :furious:
     
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