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Hush crime - When Lebs attack, media-police keep quiet Posted by admin on: 2006-05-29 03:18:57
Winter came early to Cronulla and its chill is spreading, writes Paul Sheehan
It was a 16th birthday party, a big one. About 100 teenagers were at a house in Clump Place, Green Valley, on Saturday night last week. Several adults kept an eye on proceedings.
At 9 o'clock came the beginning of the nightmare dreaded by anyone who holds a big party - several carloads of uninvited young men arrived and wanted in. Most of the guests buttembled at the front of the house to watch the verbal confrontation unfold. The unwanted visitors, described by numerous witnesses as appearing to be Lebanese, withdrew but certain things were said and threats made.
With a depressing predictability, the Lebanese got on their mobile phones and began to gather numbers. More cars buttembled. Police later estimated the size of the war party at about 60 men and 15 cars buttembled in Clump Place.
At 11pm one of the Lebanese walked to the front door of the house and yelled inside: "Anybody who has got balls, get outside."
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Once again, with depressing predictability. Once again, a large number of the party-goers went outside to see what was going on. A brawl soon erupted. The fighting spilled into nearby Stella Drive and Rodeo Drive. About 100 young people were involved.
Three were later admitted to hospital. Knives and broken bottles were used. Two 16-year-old guests were treated for stab wounds at Liverpool Hospital. With depressing predictability, the injured had been stabbed in the back after being swarmed.
Few of these details were released by the police, certainly not the disturbing scale and premeditation of the brawl. Yet it was the largest such attack since the Cronulla revenge raids by hundreds of young Lebanese men on December 11, 12 and 13. Media Link