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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 10:50 am

My night at work

First job - attempted suicide

Second job - woman running down street armed with two knives trying to stab a bloke

Third job - Crime scene management for this.

http://www.cairnspost.com.au/news/cairn ... 7161820536
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 10:58 am

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Mate I would hate your job at this time, hope you and RN have a better Xmas and new year.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 11:14 am

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Was wondering if you were involved. I hope the first members attending are ok and get the counselling they need
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 11:35 am

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Crap. Not a good day at all. I take my hat off to you blokes.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 11:45 am

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When I heard this on the radio, I immediately thought of Toady, hoping he wasn't involved. Even if he wasn't, he is anyway because of his job - they cannot help but be affected. Best wishes to Toady, RN and all in similar jobs - may your forthicoming weeks be peaceful and, dare I say it, uneventful.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 12:50 pm

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I've got nothing, there is nothing I can say or hop for you that would be of any value.

I hope it gets better. I hope its not as bad as I think it would be.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 1:08 pm

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An awful scene for those members walking in that door, as would have been for the brother who found them. :shock:

With Christmas around the corner it will be difficult for all the responders to put it in perspective....

What a waste of human life.

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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 1:48 pm

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I can't comprehend it.

That has got to be one of Australia's worst crimes. There have been some horrible cases of parents murdering their kids over the last few years.

I would hate to have to sit through the forensics and evidence. Im not sure how any lawyer could actually try to defend these people to lessen the sentence.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 2:39 pm

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The horror would have just rolled from room to room :cry:

Our thoughts are with all the Emergency Services involved and wish them , and their families, a safe and happy Christmas and New Year.

To all Emergency Services personnel and their families Australia wide - Respect ! ( and a safe and happy Christmas and New Year as well )

They deserve it in more ways than one.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 2:51 pm

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Is it a crime if it is mental health related?

Same could be argued about events earlier this week. (religion>-------------<religious fanaticism>-------------<insanity There really is no line you can draw to say where someone is really at).

Very sad, nonetheless, and thoughts to all those involved at the scene.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 3:06 pm

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From the polices point of view - it is always a crime and will always be.

The offender is charged and the mental health tribunal can sort out if the offender is fit to stand trial later on.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 3:11 pm

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DamTriton wrote:Is it a crime if it is mental health related?

Same could be argued about events earlier this week. (religion>-------------<religious fanaticism>-------------<insanity There really is no line you can draw to say where someone is really at).

Very sad, nonetheless, and thoughts to all those involved at the scene.



Crime or mentally ill, anyone who doesn't know killing 8 kids is wrong, should not be part of society, EVER. It's indefensible IMO.

Sad if someone is that fucked up mentally, but its bloody hard as a parent to feel a shred of sympathy for her, or any child killer!


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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 9:48 pm

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Im with 80s^^^^^. Im starting to get sick of all these people hiding behind mental illness as an excuse for doing really shitty horrible things.

Massive amount of respect for the stuff you guys have to deal with.
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Post Sat Dec 20, 2014 10:43 pm

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DUDELUX wrote: Im starting to get sick of all these people hiding behind mental illness as an excuse for doing really shitty horrible things.


I've looked after several mental health patients in forensics that have killed their own children.

I'm not a big fan of the mental health system, but I have enough faith in it to know that courts have the ability to work out what's mad and what's bad.

Having said that, some of the people I've met in psych units over the years, are just fucking evil and belong in a cage, or better still, 6ft underground in a box instead of psych units...... but the ones that have killed their own kids, no, they've been mad when they've done it.

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Post Sun Dec 21, 2014 2:40 am

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Possibly drug induced psychosis, but coming from news.com. probably just speculation.........

http://www.news.com.au/national/police- ... 7163230745

Being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol is no defence
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Post Sun Dec 21, 2014 5:33 am

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Legally it seems to be.

Should go to the us system where it becones another charge.
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Banzy wrote:Possibly drug induced psychosis, but coming from news.com. probably just speculation.........

http://www.news.com.au/national/police- ... 7163230745

Being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol is no defence


We should be harder on drug dealers and manufacturers.

Sad state of affairs all round.
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Post Sun Dec 21, 2014 7:11 am

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Don't ask me, ask them. I'm just runnin for my life myself.
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Post Sun Dec 21, 2014 8:00 am

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mkpatrol wrote:If its true, says it all really:

http://www.news.com.au/national/neighbo ... 7163142200

8 kids, 5 fathers....of that one was a nephew, so the figures are her 7 kids 4 fathers for her contribution over 14 yrs... Not being moralistic, but :?
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Post Sun Dec 21, 2014 8:38 am

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DamTriton wrote:
mkpatrol wrote:If its true, says it all really:

http://www.news.com.au/national/neighbo ... 7163142200

8 kids, 5 fathers....of that one was a nephew, so the figures are her 7 kids 4 fathers for her contribution over 14 yrs... Not being moralistic, but :?


& two other blokes on the go at the same time. I am being moralistic.

I have seen it repeat itself over a couple of generations in my family and it always ends up with the kids being damaged goods one way or another.
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Post Sun Dec 21, 2014 5:22 pm

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Just a Interesting hypothetical thought - if the call is for the Muslim Community to clean up their act when one of their people goes off the rails then should not the Torres Strait / Indigenous community do like wise when one of their people does likewise.

Mental Health issues , like shit stains and syphilis, are not socio-economic discriminators
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Post Sun Dec 21, 2014 5:35 pm

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chris_stoffa wrote:Just a Interesting hypothetical thought - if the call is for the Muslim Community to clean up their act when one of their people goes off the rails then should not the Torres Strait / Indigenous community do like wise when one of their people does likewise.

Mental Health issues , like shit stains and syphilis, are not socio-economic discriminators


The problem was that the Sydney event was wrongly labelled a terrorist attack when it was a lone wolf nut bag with idiotic leanings..... It should have been handled as that but the media did its normal speculation, what do we talk about next, filler commentary....

..The Cairns incident will be in the end, I believe a depressed woman who went off the rails, MH or substance abuse...who knows...

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Post Sun Dec 21, 2014 5:52 pm

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RN wrote:
chris_stoffa wrote:Just a Interesting hypothetical thought - if the call is for the Muslim Community to clean up their act when one of their people goes off the rails then should not the Torres Strait / Indigenous community do like wise when one of their people does likewise.

Mental Health issues , like shit stains and syphilis, are not socio-economic discriminators


The problem was that the Sydney event was wrongly labelled a terrorist attack when it was a lone wolf nut bag with idiotic leanings..... It should have been handled as that but the media did its normal speculation, what do we talk about next, filler commentary....

..The Cairns incident will be in the end, I believe a depressed woman who went off the rails, MH or substance abuse...who knows...

They are what they are.


Absolutely agree, my post was more about the reactions of some to two incidents that both highly likely have their formative issues rooted in MH of some sorts.
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Post Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:40 am

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chris_stoffa wrote:
RN wrote:
chris_stoffa wrote:Just a Interesting hypothetical thought - if the call is for the Muslim Community to clean up their act when one of their people goes off the rails then should not the Torres Strait / Indigenous community do like wise when one of their people does likewise.

Mental Health issues , like shit stains and syphilis, are not socio-economic discriminators


The problem was that the Sydney event was wrongly labelled a terrorist attack when it was a lone wolf nut bag with idiotic leanings..... It should have been handled as that but the media did its normal speculation, what do we talk about next, filler commentary....

..The Cairns incident will be in the end, I believe a depressed woman who went off the rails, MH or substance abuse...who knows...

They are what they are.


Absolutely agree, my post was more about the reactions of some to two incidents that both highly likely have their formative issues rooted in MH of some sorts.


Couldn't agree more, it seems it's a cultural issue until it's a white Aussie, then it's just mental health and there's nothing you can do about it.

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Post Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:53 am

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And Julian Knight, the farking arsehole. If I hadn't got impatient about waiting for a red light at the top of Hoddle St and gone a different route that night, I would've driven straight into that crunt's little party.



One of our receptionists apparently has family in the street in Cairns. She heard the news before it broke in the media and was pretty shaken. She's only only just recovering from finding a mate of mine who necked himself while living in her bungalow.

Working in the Child Protection sector, I can get a bit of a handle on the farked up thought processes probably going on in this woman's head. There are almost no words for some of the shit people do to thir kids.
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Post Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:58 am

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Would you have run him down?
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Post Mon Dec 22, 2014 12:01 pm

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toaddog wrote:Would you have run him down?


Probably. If I saw the crunt in the street now, if he ever did get released, I reckon I still would.
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Post Mon Dec 22, 2014 12:32 pm

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Goatse.AJ wrote:
toaddog wrote:Would you have run him down?


Probably. If I saw the crunt in the street now, if he ever did get released, I reckon I still would.


I reckon you might have to stand it line :twisted:
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chris_stoffa wrote:
Goatse.AJ wrote:
toaddog wrote:Would you have run him down?


Probably. If I saw the crunt in the street now, if he ever did get released, I reckon I still would.


I reckon you might have to stand it line :twisted:


If it's any consolation, I gave Anthony Farrell a few floggings at high school. He was always a smartarse little cvnt.
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Post Mon Dec 22, 2014 4:17 pm

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Goatse.AJ wrote:He was always a smartarse little cvnt.


CLINT is much more PC and socially acceptable than cvnt :lol:

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