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Monday, 26 April 2010

lawyer for gangland killer Carl Williams says major police investigations are in jeopardy after his client was bashed to death in Barwon Prison.

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lawyer for gangland killer Carl Williams says major police investigations are in jeopardy after his client was bashed to death in Barwon Prison.
Williams, the Melbourne underworld figure who was serving 35 years in jail for four murders, was bashed to death with part of an exercise bike inside a maximum security unit yesterday.Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Simon Overland has confirmed that a man will be charged over Williams' death later today.This morning Williams' lawyer Rob Stary told ABC News Breakfast that his client had been a "useful tool to the state", but stopped short of confirming that Williams had turned police informer.
"His untimely demise will put many investigations in jeopardy," he said.
"There are other matters that are very sensitive to the state. And his untimely demise really, will put many of those investigations into jeopardy."
Mr Stary says the two prisoners suspected of being involved in Williams' murder are notorious criminals."One can take a simple view and say this was just a random attack on Mr Williams, or there might be a more sinister motive behind the killing," he said.
"One has to look at who would profit from the murder."
Mr Stary says the investigation into Williams' death needs to be independent from Victorian Police.

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