Australia - Ho Ledinh, 65, shot to death, Bankstown, NSW, 23 Jan 2018

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  1. kelynn

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    http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw...e/news-story/1a988a5e1386d1a6d30fc511915dbd0e

     
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    NSW Police probe Bankstown shooting death of prominent lawyer Ho Le Dinh
    ABC News
    BY NADIA DALY AND RILEY STUART
    UPDATED ABOUT AN HOUR AGO [as at 08:12 AEDT 23 January 2018]

    ‘Friends of prominent Vietnamese lawyer Ho Le Dinh are struggling to make sense of the family man's brazen daylight shooting murder on a busy Sydney street yesterday.

    Key points:

    • Police said Ho Le Dinh was shot several times in Bankstown
      [*]The father-of-three's death has shocked Sydney's Vietnamese community
    • He was aged in his 60s and was a well-known criminal lawyer
    Mr Ho, aged in his 60s, died on the side of a Bankstown road after being shot several times just before 4:00pm in what New South Wales Police described as a "targeted attack".

    Police are still searching for the gunman behind the shooting, with witnesses saying the attacker fled on foot.’

    ‘'A targeted attack'

    The ABC understands Mr Ho was a well-known criminal lawyer, and lived in Randwick.

    Police said they believed a handgun was used in the attack.

    "We do believe that it is a targeted attack — that's how it appears at this stage," Acting Commander Brad Thorne said.’

    ‘The street is a major artery in the western-Sydney centre of Bankstown, and was closed to the public after the attack.’

    Read more at:

    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-...gate-bankstown-shooting-of-le-dinh-ho/9354270
     
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    Someone not happy with how their case (or family member)was handled?

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    Oh my, I sure hope they find this murderer, and fast.

    Prayers for Mr Ho's family.
     
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    I am guessing he maybe recently dealt with a case which involved a 5T gang member. They are still quite active in Sydney and the modus operandi is what they would normally do.
     
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    For murderer, read ‘enforcer’ or ‘hitman’. If it benefits someone and/or their enterprise, his name will be whispered in the right ears. Whether he’ll be arrested or has fled OS, to a country that doesn’t have a criminal extradition treaty with Australia, is another matter.
     
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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    It’s understood Mr Ledinh’s young wife and their three children left yesterday morning for Vietnam, JUST HOURS BEFORE THE KILLING. A friend told media the couple met at the same cafe he was killed in, which he is believed to part own.


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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    The long coat could have hidden a sawn-off rifle.


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    According to that DM article, he was shot 4 times in the pelvic region. Huh?
     
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    they'll get you CHRIS. P. BACON

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    That answers why there was no blood up in the wall.
    Why the pelvic region?

    Was it for a slower painful death, revenge for adultery/affair or a larger target region.






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    Totally off topic but I am surprised at a criminal lawyer having such a modest home. I would be living in fort knox.
     
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    My first thought upon reading about the shots to his pelvic region was adultery. But supposedly he thought his much younger wife was beautiful, so presumably no need to roam.
     
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    http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw...s/news-story/801592a69f83a9f25e443b8a41d0419f

     
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    Wouldn't be the first time someone was set up by a "friend".

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