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Wednesday, 22 October 2008

Former NSW Crime Commission assistant director of investigations Mark Standen was remanded in custody


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Former NSW Crime Commission assistant director of investigations Mark Standen appeared via a video link in the Central Local Court before Magistrate Allan Moore.
The 51-year-old was arrested in June along with alleged co-conspirator Bakhos Jalalaty, 45, after a two-year federal investigation spanning three continents.
Standen was clean-shaven and wore a blue-green prison issue pullover as he appeared on the video link. "I appreciate that, thank you," he told Magistrate Moore when a new court date was set. Standen was remanded in custody until his next court appearance on November 19 when further legal argument will take place or a date will be set for a committal hearing. Jalalaty had appeared moments earlier, also via a videolink, but opted for his face not to appear on the screen. He was also refused bail and is also due to appear before the court again on November 19. Both men have been charged with conspiracy to import a commercial quantity of a precursor substance used to make illegal drugs, conspiracy to supply a large commercial quantity of a prohibited drug and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
The police investigation also resulted in the arrest of 12 people in the Netherlands and one man in Thailand


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