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Hindley St alleged gang rape: Cellphone digital camera video footage emerges

Bombshell twist in alleged carpark stairwell gang rape as cellphone digital camera video emerges: ‘Might change the panorama’

  • Video footage has emerged of alleged gang rape of two Adelaide girls: courtroom 
  • The ladies, aged 18 and 19, have been allegedly sexually assaulted on Hindley St 
  • Man, 21, from Clearview, in metropolis’s north, utilized for bail on Thursday morning

Cellphone digital camera video footage has emerged of the alleged gang-rape of two Adelaide girls in a carpark stairwell, which seven males are going through expenses for, a courtroom has heard. 

A 21-year-old man confronted Adelaide Magistrates Court docket on Thursday morning the place his bid for bail was placed on maintain as his lawyer scrambled to chase potential new proof within the case. 

Police allege the ladies, aged 18 and 19, have been sexually assaulted within the stairwell of a carpark on Hindley St in Adelaide’s CBD between 11pm on Saturday, December 3, and 12.30am the subsequent morning.

The person from Clearview within the metropolis’s north – whose identification is suppressed to guard the integrity of the investigation – had beforehand requested the courtroom for bail regardless of accusations he was straight concerned and held $4000 in money at his house, supposedly to repay a sufferer.

The alleged gang rape occurred in a stairwell at a hotel car park, a court has heard

The alleged gang rape occurred in a stairwell at a resort automobile park, a courtroom has heard

Two women, aged 18 and 19, were the alleged victims, and seven men have been arrested in connection to the alleged rape

Two girls, aged 18 and 19, have been the alleged victims, and 7 males have been arrested in connection to the alleged rape

Earlier than Justice of the Peace Justin Wickens had the possibility ship his determination on Thursday morning, James Noblett, a lawyer for the 21-year-old, requested the courtroom for a short adjournment.

Mr Noblett informed the courtroom that new video footage of the alleged incident had been handed to police, though he, nor prosecution counsel, had not seen the footage.

‘On the final event, I made a normal submission that there are two sides to a coin in terms of allegations and what might or might not have occurred within the incident,’ Mr Noblett mentioned.

‘Within the interim, since this software was commenced, as not too long ago as yesterday I used to be suggested {that a} piece of video footage mentioned to be depicting a part of this incident was handed over to police about 48 hours in the past.

‘I am led to imagine that that footage might change the panorama considerably.

‘I’m very involved about the truth that I used to be unaware of the existence of that by prosecution and I contacted prosecution yesterday afternoon and suggested them of it, however they weren’t conscious of it.’

Mr Noblett mentioned he would ‘endeavour to realize entry to the footage’ or alternatively he requested prosecution provide it so it may very well be tendered to the courtroom for the applying for bail.

‘In my respectful submission, it will be related to Your Honour’s consideration of releasing this man on bail,’ he mentioned.

‘This isn’t a trial in fact, and we’re not right here to ascertain issues past cheap doubt.

‘That is extremely related materials that needs to be earlier than the courtroom or at very least thought-about by people who oppose bail.’

Mr Wickens adjourned the courtroom till Thursday afternoon.

One of the accused - a 23-year-old man - has had his identity suppressed by a court

One of many {accused} – a 23-year-old man – has had his identification suppressed by a courtroom

It comes as a second man charged over the alleged incident had his bid for bail rejected, because the courtroom discovered he had beforehand did not adjust to group supervision orders.

On Wednesday, a 23-year-old man from Kensington, whose identification is suppressed, appeared by way of video hyperlink within the Berri Magistrates Court docket to be taught the destiny of his bail request.

Justice of the Peace Nick Alexandrides informed defence counsel that the {accused} man had beforehand did not adjust to supervision necessities.

‘The bail inquiry report accommodates some details about your consumer’s earlier compliance with supervision whereas locally and concludes that he’s not an appropriate candidate for supervision locally,’ Mr Alexandrides mentioned.

‘I’m refusing bail, having regard to the seriousness of the offence and the lack of the defendant to adjust to supervision.’

He was remanded in custody. 


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