Posted September 19, 2018 08:02:51News.org, the world’s largest news website, reported on Thursday that it had received a tip from the National Crime Agency that the murder of an Australian man at his home in Queensland in November last year was part of a global conspiracy.
The news outlet said that, in late November, a man claiming to be a “southern California-based” individual who claimed to have been involved in a large-scale drug smuggling operation was spotted at a Brisbane house.
The individual was spotted in the street outside the house in the early hours of November 14, when he was seen walking past a large white SUV parked outside, News.os said.
The man then disappeared and was never seen again.
News.os quoted the source as saying: “He (the individual) told News.
Os reporter, ‘We were on the road to the city, in Brisbane, and I saw the white SUV, and the man walked past the SUV.'”
News.au also quoted the anonymous source as claiming that the man was the same person that the police had arrested earlier in November in connection with the death of Michael Kelleher, a 24-year-old from New South Wales, who was shot dead in the Sydney suburb of Wentworth in December.
News of the death sparked an international manhunt for the suspected gunman, with the man’s body being found at his residence in the Brisbane suburb of Maitland, just north of Brisbane.
The News.news.au report said the source said the man had travelled to Brisbane to “meet with a senior police officer”.
“The information he was given was that he was the person who shot Michael Killeher, and that this was all part of an international drug smuggling conspiracy,” News.
Os said that the “suspected gunman” was “known to police and has been detained on a number of occasions”, but that he had been “notorious for violence and for his ability to cause trouble”.
“If you know the man, we urge you to call police to investigate the case,” News .os said in a statement.
“If anyone has any information about this case, please contact us.”
Police and the FBI are continuing to investigate.
The Australian Federal Police said it was assisting the Queensland Police Department.