Former wrestling star Marty Jannetty posts confession he ‘made a man disappear’

Former wrestling star Marty Jannetty appears to have admitted to making a man “disappear” in a disturbing Facebook post.

The former WWE star claimed the incident took place when he worked at a bowling alley, aged 13.

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Jannetty, now 60, shared the concerning story, which has since been deleted, to his social media page.

The post appears to insinuate he committed a crime against a would-be attacker, who was “never found”.

It then seems to suggest the victim was left in the Chattahoochee River, which spans Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.

According to RingsideNews, the post read: “I never told no one this, even my brother Geno … cause Geno would‘ve killed him, and I didn’t want my brother gone.

“He‘d only recently come home from Viet Nam.

“I was 13, working at Victory Lanes bowling alley buying weed from a f** that worked there.

“He put his hands on me … he dragged me around to the back of the building … you already know what he was gonna try to do.

“That was the very first time I made a man disappear.

“They never found him … they should of looked in the Chattahoochee River … but Winnie [the girl in these pics] I like you so damn much, probably my favourite.

“But I promised myself way back then, nobody would ever hurt me again … that includes you.

“I loved you but you hurt me with your f****** Jamaican jealousy. You can go your own way, I don‘t need you.”

A commenter asked if Jannetty was doing OK, to which the former pro-wrestler responded that the two had a “fall out.”

“But, if you’re asking bout the other thing. yes, that was a billion years ago, plus, I have the satisfaction of knowing that B***H a** n*nja never got to do another kid like that..”

Jannetty did not immediately return The Sun’s request for comment about his now-deleted Facebook post.

But according to TMZ, the Columbia Police Department in Georgia said they are going to “look into this.”

This is not the first time that Jannetty‘s social media activity has shocked his fans.

In 2018, Jannetty claimed his life was almost destroyed when his Facebook page was hacked.

The sick hackers put a post up on his page that said he wanted to have sex with his own daughter.

And he raised serious concerns last year when he revealed he bedded his sex addiction counsellor and went on a 60-day bender.

This story first appeared in The Sun and was republished with permission.

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Man charged with murdering Canberra Comanchero leader faces court as police conduct search for further evidence

A man accused of killing a Canberra bikie boss in front of hundreds of people at a popular nightspot last month has faced court charged with his murder.

Frederick Tuifua, 26, is accused of stabbing Canberra Comanchero commander Pitsoni Ulavalu in the neck during a brawl at Kokomo’s bar in the early hours of July 19.

The 48-year-old stumbled outside before he collapsed and died on the road. The brawl was captured on CCTV and recorded on mobile phones.

Mr Tuifua appeared in the ACT Magistrates Court via video link this morning facing a murder charge.

He did not apply for bail or enter a plea.

Osaiasi Kupu, 23, and Matthew Kupu, 22, also faced the Magistrates Court over their alleged role in the brawl inside the bar.

Both men have been charged with affray and neither applied for bail.

The trio were arrested on Tuesday night after they escorted a fourth man, who had multiple gunshot wounds, to the emergency department.

All three men are due to face court again later this month.

Police search underway in Braddon and Turner

Pitasoni Ulavalu wearing sunglasses and a leather jacket.
Pitasoni Ulavalu was the Comanchero Canberra commander.(Supplied: Facebook)

As the trio faced court, police and State Emergency Services workers were conducting a large-scale search in Haig Park.

In a statement, ACT Policing said searches in the suburbs of Braddon and Turner would continue “over the next few days”, in a bid to find additional evidence in relation to Mr Ulavalu’s murder.

“The investigation into the murder of Pitasoni Ulavalu remains ongoing and … detectives anticipate making further arrests,” an ACT Policing spokeswoman said.

ACT police’s criminal investigations boss Detective Superintendent Scott Moller said yesterday that the three men facing court had links to the Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang.

“We’ve been looking at a group of men for some time and the opportunity at the hospital presented itself and he was arrested,” he said.

Chief Police Officer Deputy Commissioner Neil Gaughan said police were “also investigating” the incident that had led to the fourth man sustaining gunshot wounds.

“We don’t know much about the actual shooting,” Deputy Commissioner Gaughan said on Wednesday.

“He was brought in by three male persons … wanted for the affray at Kokomo’s a couple of weeks ago.”

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Man facing murder charge over Canberra Comanchero leader Pitasoni Ulavalu’s stabbing at Kokomo’s

A 26-year-old man will face the ACT Magistrates Court tomorrow charged with the murder of Canberra Comanchero leader Pitasoni Ulavalu at Kokomo’s bar.

ACT Chief Police Officer Neil Gaughan told ABC Radio Canberra that a man presented to Calvary Hospital last night with multiple gunshot wounds, accompanied by three other men.

Commissioner Gaughan said those three men were then taken into custody because they were wanted over the brawl at Kokomo’s in Canberra’s CBD.

Later this morning police confirmed that one of the three men would be charged with murder and the other two men, a 22-year-old and a 23-year-old, were expected to be charged with affray.

Canberra Comanchero commander Pitasoni Ulavalu, 48, died after being stabbed in the neck at the Civic nightspot in the early hours of July 19.

Police were called to Kokomo’s on the corner of Genge and Bunda streets at 12:05am after reports of a “disturbance”.

Officers confirmed at the time that the altercation began within Kokomo’s before Mr Ulavalu, 48, was found dead outside.

Mr Ulavalu had been stabbed in the neck.

Police flag further arrests and charges

Pitasoni Ulavalu wearing sunglasses and a leather jacket.
Pitasoni Ulavalu was the Comanchero Canberra commander.(Supplied: Facebook)

ACT Policing’s criminal investigations boss Detective Superintendent Scott Moller said the three men who had been arrested had links to the Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang.

“Some are ACT residents, but some reside interstate,” Superintendent Moller said.

He said investigation into Mr Ulavalu’s murder was continuing.

“There are over 200 witnesses that we need to interview, hours of CCTV footage to be reviewed,” Superintendent Moller said.

“We’ve been looking at a group of men for some time and the opportunity at the hospital presented itself and he was arrested.

Superintendent Moller said there were about 35 outlaw motorcycle gang members currently known to police in the ACT.

“It was only about 12 months ago that I said we had up to 70, so we’ve been working really hard to reduce those numbers,” he said.

“If you’re involved in outlaw motorcycle groups you should be concerned, because people involved in outlaw motorcycle gangs are being shot, are being stabbed and end up in jail.

“But as a general member of our community, Canberra is a very safe city and I wouldn’t be concerned.”

On ABC Radio Canberra this morning Commissioner Gaughan said police were “also investigating” the incident overnight that led to a man sustaining gunshot wounds.

“We don’t know much about the actual shooting but we had a male present himself to Calvary Hospital late last night with some gunshot wounds,” Commissioner Gaughan said.

“He was brought in by three male persons … wanted for the affray at Kokomo’s a couple of weeks ago.”

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Queensland man who tested positive to coronavirus after flying from Afghanistan ‘did everything he should have done’

Queensland authorities have revealed they gave permission for a man returning from overseas to catch a commercial flight back into the state, with police now finalising an investigation into the process.

The man in his 20s, had been working for the Australian Government in Afghanistan and returned to Queensland, via Sydney, last week, to quarantine at home.

The exemption to bypass hotel quarantine is allowed for diplomatic and consular officials, but the Queensland man was a security contractor.

A police investigation that was launched yesterday to investigate the validity of documents used by the man to re-enter the state has now been finalised with authorities saying he had done nothing wrong.

Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young also revealed it was Queensland authorities who had given the man permission to travel back to the Sunshine State on a commercial Jetstar flight, and drive to his Toowoomba home.

A public health alert for the flight had to be issued after the man tested positive for COVID-19.

“That individual did everything they should have done,” Dr Young said.

“New South Wales Health approached Queensland and we said, ‘yes, it did meet that exemption’, so we would allow that person to travel as per the exemption.

The man returned to Australia using his personal passport.(Supplied)

“The only concern I had is that when we agreed all these exemptions, we said when people went onto a domestic plane that the planes would seat them with no one else around them.

“That unfortunately didn’t occur because the plane was packed.”

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk previously said the man was given an exemption under national guidelines.


However, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) said last night the man had not been eligible for an exemption and that none had been granted.

“The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade did not support an exemption application from this individual, and was unaware that it had been sought or granted,” DFAT said in a statement.

The Australian Embassy in Kabul wrote a letter confirming that the man was “travelling on essential Australian Government business”.

This was in order to facilitate his travel between Afghanistan and Australia, not to assist with quarantine exemption applications.

Last night, the Premier announced Queensland would tighten the exemptions process for returning overseas travellers, and it would only be granted in extremely extenuating circumstances, in line with current arrangements for anyone entering the state from overseas or a hotspot.

Meanwhile, three Logan men who were charged yesterday for allegedly lying about being in Melbourne, have tested negative for coronavirus.

A 29-year-old Slacks Creek man, a 25-year-old man from Loganlea and a 23-year-old Waterford man crossed the border at Coolangatta on Sunday, and allegedly denied having been in a coronavirus danger zone, when they re-entered the state.

The trio will undergo further testing.

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Victoria records 15 deaths, including man in his 30s, and 725 new coronavirus cases on worst day yet of pandemic

Victoria has recorded 15 deaths and 725 new coronavirus bacterial infections on the state’s worst working day of the pandemic to date.

Premier Daniel Andrews on Wednesday explained 538 folks remained in medical center, with 42 of those people battling the infection in intensive care. 

Of the 15 new deaths recorded on Wednesday, just one was a gentleman in his 30s and twelve ended up joined to the state’s aged-treatment sector.

“Can I mail my heartfelt condolences and sympathies to every single of all those families,” Mr Andrews reported.

“This will be a terrible time and any and all help we can provide to you we will and we are with you in this pretty tough time.”

Mr Andrews stated elective operation would be postponed in regional Victoria, except for category one clients and the most urgent class two people. 

The same measures have presently been applied to elective surgeries in the metropolitan Melbourne region.

“We can’t have a circumstance in which we are making the sickest people wait longer simply because we are treating wholly worthy and crucial ailments, but not essentially time-critical ailments,” he informed reporters.

“We are not able to set those people ahead of men and women who will need that urgent treatment.”

Mr Andrews on Sunday declared a Condition of Disaster in Victoria as very well as the adoption of Stage 4 limitations for metropolitan Melbourne. 

The relaxation of Victoria is relocating into Phase 3 constraints. 

Metropolitan Melbourne inhabitants are subject matter to Stage 4 limits and will have to comply with a curfew concerning the hrs of 8pm and 5am. All through the curfew, people today in Melbourne can only go away their residence for function, and vital health and fitness, care or security reasons.

Amongst 5am and 8pm, individuals in Melbourne can leave the property for exercise, to store for necessary items and providers, for do the job, for health care, or to care for a ill or aged relative. The entire list of restrictions can be observed right here.

All Victorians must put on a face masking when they leave home, no make a difference where by they dwell.

Persons in Australia ought to keep at the very least 1.5 metres away from others. Check your state’s limits on gathering limitations. If you are dealing with cold or flu indications, continue to be property and arrange a take a look at by calling your medical professional or call the Coronavirus Wellbeing Facts Hotline on 1800 020 080.

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“No comment” about man on hunger strike in quarantine

ABOVE: Food which hunger striker Braedon Earley left outside his quarantine room.


“We won’t be commenting on individuals in the quarantine facilities.”

That is the blunt answer to questions from the Alice Springs News put to the Territory’s coronavirus pandemic authorities about Braedon Earley, a Darwin businessman and some-time political figure who is in quarantine, where he is now on a hunger strike, after a flight from Brisbane on Sunday.

Mr Earley has raised major issues about the Howard Springs Quarantine Facility where he is being detained, including what he considers major safety shortcomings.

He says he has observed some repair work today.

However, when he raised issues with two uniformed police officers this afternoon, posted at the facility, they told him: “We don’t take complaints.”

Meanwhile a spokesperson for the facility provided this statement to the News: “The Northern Territory Government is the owner of the Howard Springs Quarantine Facility and has partnered with private contractors to provide soft facilities management including the provision of meals and amenities in the centre.”

“All staff are inducted onto the site and are required to undertake Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training.”

Mr Earley says: “Some people are wearing PPE, some are not.”

Says the statement: “All persons in quarantine are provided with three meals per day, which are prepared and delivered to Australian standards.

“People undertaking quarantine also have access to click and collect services where they can order products from Coles, Woolworths, Kmart and Big W including non-perishable goods and personal items such as yoga mats, puzzles, books and clothing.

“Alcohol is prohibited.

“Online orders are delivered to rooms by trained persons wearing Personal Protective Equipment.”

Mr Earley says he has been unable to obtain groceries from Coles because the click and collect at Coles Coolalinga was sold out, and with Woolworth the phone kept cutting in an out with the WiFi.

“Two of the airborne precautions require doors remain to be closed, and cleaning hand between entering and leaving the room,” says Mr Earley.

“There is no sanitiser inside nor outside of the room and the laundry.

“The cabin doors butt up to each-other. People entering or leaving at the same time would not be maintaining social distancing,” says Mr Earley.

“That means the design of the facility is absolutely unsuitable.

“When you are sitting on a balcony, people on adjoining balconies are too close for airborne particles. Even with face masks in use, eyes and skin are exposed.”

BELOW: Signs Mr Earley says he saw being put up today.

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Man charged over alleged murder of Daiane Pelegrini

Police have charged a man over the alleged murder of a woman in Sydney’s north west on Monday evening.

About 4.50pm on Monday, emergency services were called to a unit on Ingleby Street, Oatlands, following reports a woman had been stabbed.

Daiane Pelegrini, 33, was with a man when she was allegedly confronted by an intruder inside her home.

Paramedics treated her the scene in Ingleby St, Oatlands before she was taken to Westmead Hospital in a critical condition, however she later died.

Officers from Cumberland Police Area Command arrested a 25-year-old man, known to the woman, at the scene before taking him to Granville Police Station.

The man was then taken to hospital for assessment before being returned to Granville Police Station Tuesday.

He was charged with murder, using carriage service to menace/harass/offend, entering a dwelling with intent (not steal/ destroy/damage), and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

Police will allege in court that the man entered the unit while it was unoccupied prior to the incident.

It will be further alleged that the man sent threatening messages to the woman prior to her death.

Ms Pelegrini reportedly had an eight-year-old daughter but the child was with her husband Marcelo Antunes de Ataide, who she had separated from a few weeks ago.

She moved to Australia from Brazil with her husband at the end of 2016 and she was studying nursing part-time. She also worked as a carer for people with Alzheimer’s.

Mr Antunes de Ataide, who described his wife as having a “good heart”, said she had previously complained about a man who kept showing up at her unit.

“Please if anyone suspects a woman is in trouble, please call police, please ask for help,” he told the ABC.

Mr Antunes de Ataide said the family were devastated about what had happened.

“She was a really good mother … she was the best mum and would do anything for her daughter,” he said.

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Women dies in stabbing at unit in Oatlands in Sydney’s north-west, man arrested

A woman has died after suffering multiple stab injuries at a home in Sydney’s north-west.

Paramedics performed CPR on the woman, aged in her 30s, at the Oatlands unit on Ingleby Street.

She was taken to Westmead Hospital but has since died.

A 25-year-old man who was known to the woman was arrested at the scene and has been taken to Granville Police Station for questioning.

NSW Police Chief Inspector Adam Philipps described the woman’s injuries as “significant”.

He said another man who was also in the unit at the time “fled the scene” before contacting triple zero and alerting police to the stabbing and providing the address.

Chief Inspector Adam Phillips said the incident was being investigated.(ABC News)

“He’s not an offender and we have located him and [he] is currently helping us back at Granville Police Station with a statement,” he said.

He said the alleged offender had suffered a number of minor injuries to his hand and the man who ran from the scene also had a superficial injury.

Police believe the woman knew both men but officers are “still trying to establish the actual relationship of the parties involved”.

It is unclear why the three were at the unit at the time of the stabbing.

“The injuries the woman sustained were significant and the police escort was used to help rush the woman to hospital,” he said.

Police tape in front of a red brick unit block.
Police have established a crime scene at the Oatlands unit.(ABC News)

He said the man police arrested was waiting on the verandah for officers to arrive and he “wasn’t aggressive” towards them when they turned up.

“We are still in the infancy of the investigation,” he said.

“We are currently doing a canvassing of the units and we’re just hoping now to try and put some sort of picture around not only today’s incident, but the relationship of the female and the two parties involved today.”

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Jadon Sancho: Borussia Dortmund set deal deadline for Man Utd target

Jadon Sancho scored 17 goals in 32 Bundesliga appearances last season as Borussia Dortmund finished second

Borussia Dortmund have set a 10 August deadline to agree a deal for forward Jadon Sancho – who is Manchester United’s top summer transfer target – to leave the club.

The German club have told United they want in excess of £100m for the 20-year-old England winger.

There is no agreement yet on a fee, which would be paid in instalments.

Dortmund have set the deadline because they want undisturbed preparation for the 2020-21 Bundesliga season.

The new campaign starts on 18 September, with the transfer deadline for international deals on 5 October.

Sancho has been at Dortmund for three years, having signed from Manchester City in August 2017 for a fee of about £10m.

In July, Dortmund beat United to the signing of 17-year-old English midfielder Jude Bellingham from Birmingham City in a deal that could be worth over £30m.

They also bought Norway forward Erling Braut Haaland from Red Bull Salzburg earlier in the season – another player United tried hard to bring to Old Trafford.

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Man fined for playing Pokemon Go

Eyebrows were raised when a Melbourne tradie entered the CBD for butter chicken during lockdown last month.

Now, a Sunshine man is making his case for most absurd reason to be in the city.

Victoria Police say the unnamed individual travelled 13km from the city’s western suburbs on Sunday to play Pokemon Go – the augmented reality game where users detect Pokemon characters on their phone’s GPS and try to “catch them”.

For his efforts, he received a fine of $1652.

He was one of 172 people who breached the chief health officer’s directions which stipulate Melburnians must stay home except when working, studying, exercising, shopping or for medical care.

There were 27 fines handed out to people who left home without a face covering and 22 fines issued at vehicle checkpoints as Victorians tried to travel for reasons that are not permitted.

Victoria Police also said a Keilor man was fined for trying to travel to his holiday home on the Surf Coast, a woman was fined at Southern Cross Station for trying to travel to Bendigo, two men were fined at a fast food outlet in Hobsons Bay after staying at a friend’s house in Altona and a group of people were fined for celebrating a birthday at a short-term rental in Point Cook.

Other fines were issued on Friday and Saturday to five people who gathered at a licenced venue in the CBD for a birthday, 10 guests at a party in Wyndham and five people who gathered for a religious ceremony at a factory in Dandenong.

Premier Daniel Andrews said on Sunday that fines would also be issued to more Victorians who were not at home when members of the Australian Defence Force knocked on their door.

The ADF were doorknocking homes of individuals who had tested positive to COVID-19 and should have been self-isolating.

He said he was open to increasing fines to individuals who were not at home when they should have been.

“If Victoria Police came to me and said we need further tools, I wouldn’t hesitate,” Mr Andrews told reporters.

“We can no longer have people simply out and about for no good reason whatsoever,” he said.

Victoria is expected to record more than 420 additional cases on Monday.

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