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Bail on Australian Day Road Anger Murder

A man accused of being involved in the Australian Day Road Rage shooting, which lost two Gold Coast fathers more than 13 years ago, was released on bail.

Paul Yunan has been charged with murdering 32-year-old Omegraston on January 26, 2009 at Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast.

The 36-year-old woman was denied bail in April, but was granted bail on Monday by Judge Melanie Hindman of the Supreme Court of Brisbane.

Ruston was traveling along the Gold Coast Highway in 2001 at White Holden Rodeoute when he was shot dead on suspicion of road anger around 10.25 pm.

Younan and his two accomplices (Toni Elbayeh and Hysam Hamdan) were handed over from New South Wales to Queensland in February after being arrested in Sydney.

A fourth man, Brent Luke Simpson, who was charged with murder and other charges for murder and other charges and was arrested on the same day as the other men, was charged with being an accessory after Ruston’s murder. increase.

Their arrest followed last year’s appeal, which was offered a $ 250,000 bounty.

The proceedings against Younan, Elbayeh and Hamdan will appear in the Brisbane Magistrates’ Court on Friday, and Simpson will appear in the Southport Magistrates’ Court on August 11.

Bail on Australian Day Road Anger Murder

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