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04 November 2010, 22:01
Chris “Mr Rent-a-Kill” Flannery is the most dangerous and volatile man in Australia, hands down. His abilities as a hitman are beyond doubt, but his wild ways are starting to make people nervous.
In particular, the corrupt NSW detectives are concerned that Chris has become a loose cannon, a destabilising force on the underworld. They call upon crime king George Freeman to keep Chris under control.
After using Chris to help take care of some of his own ‘loose ends’, Freeman takes it upon himself to eradicate Mr Rent-a-Kill – with a little help from his friends.
With Terry Clark serving a life sentence for murder in the UK, the Federal Police have shifted their focus to catching Bob Trimbole.
Aussie Bob is currently on the run in Europe, battling with life-threatening prostate cancer and trying to keep his various criminal activities bubbling along. He is determined to provide for his family before cancer catches up with him.
As part of their strategy to flush out Bob Trimbole, the Feds endeavour to cut off his cash flow, which means tracking Nick Paltos’ seven tonne hash shipment. If they nab Paltos, they might extract Trimbole’s whereabouts and pin down the major profit takers who bankrolled the whole deal – including certain elements of the Sydney CIB.
However, time is running out for Bob Trimbole. Hounded by the Federal Police, tormented by guilt and trapped in a foreign hospital, Trimbole’s life is unravelling fast….there will be no happy ending for Aussie Bob.
The Federal Police have much to celebrate. Terry Clark and Bob Trimbole are now off the scene for good. They have finally solved the murder of Griffith anti-drugs campaigner Donald Mackay and provided justice for his widow Barbara and they have unmasked the web of corruption that has poisoned the justice system particularly in New South Wales.
Last updated: 08 June 2011, 11:08