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Fears Byron Bay woman Sara Connor will be KILLED as soon as she leaves hellhole Bali prison

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Officials at Bail’s notorious Kerobokan prison fear a Byron Bay woman could be killed in a revenge attack as soon as she’s released from jail.

Sarah Connor, 49, is set to walk free on Thursday after spending the past four years behind bars for her role in the fatal assault of a local policeman at Kuta Beach in August 2016.

Concerns were raised after a cop killer on the popular tourist island was recently murdered in Sulawesi upon their release from jail.

Sarah Connor, 49, (pictured) is set to walk free on Thursday after spending the past four years behind bars for her role in the fatal assault of a local policeman at Kuta Beach in August 2016

Sarah Connor, 49, (pictured) is set to walk free on Thursday after spending the past four years behind bars for her role in the fatal assault of a local policeman at Kuta Beach in August 2016

Sarah Connor, 49, (pictured) is set to walk free on Thursday after spending the past four years behind bars for her role in the fatal assault of a local policeman at Kuta Beach in August 2016 

Officials at Bail's notorious Kerobokan prison fear the Byron Bay woman could be killed in a revenge attack as soon as she's released from her cell after a similar incident in Sulawesi

Officials at Bail's notorious Kerobokan prison fear the Byron Bay woman could be killed in a revenge attack as soon as she's released from her cell after a similar incident in Sulawesi

Officials at Bail’s notorious Kerobokan prison fear the Byron Bay woman could be killed in a revenge attack as soon as she’s released from her cell after a similar incident in Sulawesi

‘We want to ensure her safety when she is released from prison. We don’t want another revenge killing,’ Mr Suprapto, the corrections division head of the Law and Human Right ministry’s Bali office, told The Daily Telegraph.

‘Her safety is our consideration. Cases where victims are police officers can attract persecution.’

With the number of flights between Bali and Australia drastically reduced during the coronavirus pandemic, the mother of two could become a sitting target.

Connor may need to be held in a detention cell at Denpasar Airport until a flight can be made available.

When she eventually arrives in Australia, she will then have to serve a further 14 days in a COVID-19 hotel quarantine.

Prisoners serving time with Connor say she has grown paranoid in the weeks leading up to her release and will lash out at anyone she suspects is trying to take a photo of her.

Connor is pictured in hand cuffs during her trial at Denpasar District Court in Bali on February 14, 2017

Connor is pictured in hand cuffs during her trial at Denpasar District Court in Bali on February 14, 2017

Connor is pictured in hand cuffs during her trial at Denpasar District Court in Bali on February 14, 2017

Although she has retrained as a hairdresser during her sentence and took up painting, insiders say she has grown very withdrawn and now rejects any jail activities including exercise, arts and even food.

‘Sara keeps to herself and is not friendly. Not to anyone. She didn’t participate in our recent fashion show and never gets involved with dance, or anything that the jail asks her to be part of,’ a prisoner, who did not wish to be named, said.

‘She thinks people will sell her photo and is crazy and paranoid about that. She loves her ciggies and coffee and hanging out in a quiet corner.’

Connor’s ‘relaxing holiday’ turned into a ‘nightmare’ when her then British boyfriend David Taylor, beat a police officer of 35 years to death with multiple objects.

They included a mobile phone, the officer’s own binoculars and a Bintang beer bottle.

The holidaying couple were cuddling at the water’s edge at Kuta Beach before the killing unfolded.

An Indonesian court found that the now 38-year-old ‘DJ Nutzo’ confronted officer Wayan Sudarsa after Connor had lost her purse.

He began to frisk Mr Sudarsa before the situation violently escalated.

Connor's 'relaxing holiday' turned into a 'nightmare' when her then British boyfriend David Taylor (pictured) beat a police officer of 35 years to death with multiple objects

Connor's 'relaxing holiday' turned into a 'nightmare' when her then British boyfriend David Taylor (pictured) beat a police officer of 35 years to death with multiple objects

Connor’s ‘relaxing holiday’ turned into a ‘nightmare’ when her then British boyfriend David Taylor (pictured) beat a police officer of 35 years to death with multiple objects

Connor (pictured, left) holds a walkie talkie as she re-enacts the events leading up to the police officer's death, with boyfriend Taylor (right) nearby

Connor (pictured, left) holds a walkie talkie as she re-enacts the events leading up to the police officer's death, with boyfriend Taylor (right) nearby

Connor (pictured, left) holds a walkie talkie as she re-enacts the events leading up to the police officer’s death, with boyfriend Taylor (right) nearby

Connor was found to have put her arm around the policeman’s neck and sat on his stomach an was convicted of fatal assault in company.

The mum, whose children are now 13 and 15, claimed she was bitten by Mr Sudarsa when trying to separate the pair, and ran away, ending her involvement.

Taylor claimed he was ‘in fear of his life’, when he struck Mr Sudarsa over the head with a beer bottle.

When Mr Sudarsa was motionless, Taylor took the officer’s identification cards.

At Ms Connor’s trial, the judges said she cut up Mr Sudarsa’s ID cards not to protect his identity and stop them from being stolen, but because she panicked and felt guilty.

Connor is a mother of two and has not seen her children now aged 13 and 15, since the incident

Connor is a mother of two and has not seen her children now aged 13 and 15, since the incident

Connor is a mother of two and has not seen her children now aged 13 and 15, since the incident

Taylor later told Ms Connor the police officer was ‘passed out’ on the beach.

They had no idea, they claimed, of the seriousness of Mr Sudarsa’s injuries.

Dr Dudut Rustyadi, who performed the autopsy on Mr Sudarsa, told their trials it would have taken him at least two hours to die and had someone intervened he might have been saved.

Instead, Connor and Taylor returned to their hotel, cut up Mr Sudarsa’s cards and left for nearby Jimbaran later that morning.

Two days later, Connor turned on her mobile phone and learned of his death.

She has since offered $2,500 in compensation offered to the policeman’s widow, and has always maintained her innocence.

Taylor is serving a six-year sentence for his part in the officer’s fatal assault.

A man walks past the main gate of the notorious Kerobokan Prison where Connor is currently being held

A man walks past the main gate of the notorious Kerobokan Prison where Connor is currently being held

A man walks past the main gate of the notorious Kerobokan Prison where Connor is currently being held

Connor is pictured being escorted by attorney officer to testify at her boyfriend David Taylor's trial at Denpasar Court in Denpasar, Bali

Connor is pictured being escorted by attorney officer to testify at her boyfriend David Taylor's trial at Denpasar Court in Denpasar, Bali

Connor is pictured being escorted by attorney officer to testify at her boyfriend David Taylor’s trial at Denpasar Court in Denpasar, Bali

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Former NRL star Daniel Conn threw rock and intimidated staff at Potts Point gym he once worked at

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An ex-NRL star has admitted to throwing a rock through a window of a boxing gym he once worked at as well as intimidating staff.

Daniel Conn, 34, who once starred for the Canterbury Bulldogs, Gold Coast Titans and Sydney Roosters faced charges from three separate instances at the Hustle Boxing gym in Potts Point in Sydney.

Conn pleaded guilty to intimidation and stalking, destroying property and breaching an AVO, and on Friday was sentenced to an aggregate 14 month conditional release order.

Daniel Conn has pleaded guilty to damaging property and intimidation at the Hustle Boxing gym he used to work at in Potts Point in Sydney

Daniel Conn has pleaded guilty to damaging property and intimidation at the Hustle Boxing gym he used to work at in Potts Point in Sydney

Daniel Conn has pleaded guilty to damaging property and intimidation at the Hustle Boxing gym he used to work at in Potts Point in Sydney

Conn had quit working at the boutique gym last year and on December 8 he threw a rock through one of the glass windows, the Downing Centre Court heard.

Within days he returned to the gym only to be told by an employee he ‘wasn’t welcome’, The Daily Telegraph reported.

The 34-year-old then shouted: ‘You don’t know what you’ve done, you don’t know what will happen next’.

The owner of the Hustle Boxing gym then took an AVO out against Conn, which banned him from being within 100 metres of the fitness centre.

The retired NRL player then drove past the gym on a scooter on December 19 and waived to those inside.

Conn on Friday said he would cover the $4,520 cost of the broken window.

Magistrate Michael Antrum took into account that Conn had been receiving help for mental health issues but condemned his behaviour towards the gym’s staff.

The 34-year-old had also starred on the hit reality show Geordie Shore with Vicky Pattison

The 34-year-old had also starred on the hit reality show Geordie Shore with Vicky Pattison

The 34-year-old had also starred on the hit reality show Geordie Shore with Vicky Pattison

The pair briefly dated after Conn appeared on the show as a personal trainer while the cast filmed in Australia in 2013

The pair briefly dated after Conn appeared on the show as a personal trainer while the cast filmed in Australia in 2013

The pair briefly dated after Conn appeared on the show as a personal trainer while the cast filmed in Australia in 2013

‘We live in a generally peaceful community and while a boxing gym may not be an obvious target for intimidation, all persons are entitled to attend a workplace without fear of intimidation,’ he said. 

The conditions of Conn’s release order means he must pay compensation to the gym as well as continue mental health treatment.

The 34-year-old retired from the NRL in 2011 and became a personal trainer.

He also featured on the hit reality show Geordie Shore in 2013 and briefly dated star Vicky Pattison.

Conn was also once the face and global athletic director of the F45 fitness chain.

Recently the ex-footy star opened up about his struggles with depression and his attempts at taking his own life.  

Conn starred for the Sydney Roosters before retiring from the NRL in 2011 (pictured in March, 2010)

Conn starred for the Sydney Roosters before retiring from the NRL in 2011 (pictured in March, 2010)

Conn starred for the Sydney Roosters before retiring from the NRL in 2011 (pictured in March, 2010)

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Gary Ablett claims coronavirus vaccine will ‘change our DNA’ in bizarre rant

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AFL legend Gary Ablett Sr has taken to YouTube to deliver a complex rant linking the coronavirus pandemic to ‘End Times’ biblical prophecies, and conspiracy theories about Freemasons and the Illuminati.

The 27-minutes long video filmed in his car and posted to YouTube on Friday provided a very rare insight into the state of mind of a man who many regard as the greatest to have played the sport.

Ablett, 58, who had seldom spoken publicly throughout his playing career and since, made up for lost time with an extraordinary video that linked COVID-19 to the ‘new world order’ and the second coming of Jesus Christ.

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AFL legend Gary Ablett Sr (pictured) has taken to YouTube in a bizarre rant linking the coronavirus pandemic to a litany of conspiracy theories.

AFL legend Gary Ablett Sr (pictured) has taken to YouTube in a bizarre rant linking the coronavirus pandemic to a litany of conspiracy theories.

AFL legend Gary Ablett Sr (pictured) has taken to YouTube in a bizarre rant linking the coronavirus pandemic to a litany of conspiracy theories.

Gary Ablett Sr (pictured) is regarded as one of the greatest-ever AFL players

Gary Ablett Sr (pictured) is regarded as one of the greatest-ever AFL players

He kicked 1031 goals in 248 matches during the 1980s

He kicked 1031 goals in 248 matches during the 1980s

The normally reclusive Australian sporting icon is regarded as one of the greatest-ever AFL players with 1031 goals in 248 matches during the 1980s

‘It’s not natural. It didn’t come from bats. They’re lying to us and they have been for decades,’ Mr Ablett said of the virus.

‘It was man made in a lab. Deliberately designed and deliberately released.’

‘They don’t want a cure. Why? Because they want us to take their vaccines. And their vaccines are going to kill us. They want to wipe out billions of people.’

The 58-year-old says later in the video that the development of a vaccine is part of a ‘trans-humanist’ plot.

‘These vaccines they are talking about, they want to change our DNA and there are things in them… and they are trying to link us up with artificial intelligence so we can both give and receive messages.’ 

Ablett, who is the father of dual Brownlow Medallist Gary Ablett Jr, said the virus is ‘camouflage’ for globalist agendas like the introduction of a one-world currency and the banning of cash.  

Gary Ablett Jr (pictured with his wife Jordan and his son Levi) followed in his father's footsteps playing 352 matches for Geelong and the Gold Coast

Gary Ablett Jr (pictured with his wife Jordan and his son Levi) followed in his father's footsteps playing 352 matches for Geelong and the Gold Coast

Gary Ablett Jr (pictured with his wife Jordan and his son Levi) followed in his father’s footsteps playing 352 matches for Geelong and the Gold Coast 

‘They need to crash the global economy… [so that] cash will be gone and what they are trying to bring in is their global digital currency,’ he said.

‘A one-world money system that is going to lead to the mark of the beast.’

Mr Ablett repeatedly touched on religious themes in the lengthy monologue and said the rapture – when Christians are unified with God – was ‘imminent’.

He also argued the Victorian Premier was being used by those who were conducting the conspiracy.

‘Daniel Andrews is nothing but a puppet to a very corrupt establishment and Victoria is the test case for what they are wanting to do in the entire nation,’ Mr Ablett said.

‘We need to wake up and rise up and stand against this stuff and expose them for who they really are because it’s all satanic.

‘The only real answer for the world at this time is to repent of your sins and give your heart to Jesus Christ.’ 

Gary Ablett Jr (pictured with his wife Jordan and his son Levi) won two Brownlow medals during his career

Gary Ablett Jr (pictured with his wife Jordan and his son Levi) won two Brownlow medals during his career

Gary Ablett Jr (pictured with his wife Jordan and his son Levi) won two Brownlow medals during his career

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Sunscreen creator Jake Paterson busts five biggest myths about sun protection

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With summer fast approaching in the southern hemisphere, a sunscreen creator has busted the biggest ‘myths’ around the protective cream.

Former professional surfer Jake Paterson, 47, is the managing director of We Are Feel Good Inc, a sunblock brand that is free of parabens and preservatives.

Jake, from Dunsborough in Western Australia, partnered with skin cancer physician Dr Scott McGregor to ensure each of the products had a positive impact of the skin, were non-greasy, SPF 50+ and water-resistant for four hours.

Despite the average Australian broadly knowing how important sunscreen is, we still have one of the highest rates of melanoma in the world, just behind New Zealand.

So the Australian-made brand is working hard to dispel some of the ‘myths’ around using the life-saving cream.

A sunscreen creator has busted the common 'myths' around the protective cream

A sunscreen creator has busted the common 'myths' around the protective cream

A sunscreen creator has busted the common ‘myths’ around the protective cream 

‘The concern for us as a sunscreen company is that these myths stop people from properly protecting their skin,’ Jake told FEMAIL.

‘Some of them include sunscreen causes health problems, sunscreen causes a vitamin D deficiency and a tan is healthy. The bottom line is Australian sunscreen is safe and if you don’t use sunscreen you will prematurely age and increase your risk of serious skin cancer.’

MYTH 1: YOU DON’T NEED SUNSCREEN IN WINTER

You need sunscreen whenever the UV rating is over three, and the UV rating is over three in most parts of Australia all year long. 

If you’re based in or north of Margaret River, Adelaide or Sydney the chances of the UV rating reaching three on most days in winter is high. Once it hits 3, it takes less than 10 minutes for sun damage to occur, the We Are Feel Good blog reported. 

Even cloud cover only blocks out 20 per cent of UV rays. 

The free to download SunSmart app will tell you what the UV rating is on any given day, wherever you are.

You need sunscreen whenever the UV rating is over three, and the UV rating is over three in most parts of Australia all year long

You need sunscreen whenever the UV rating is over three, and the UV rating is over three in most parts of Australia all year long

You need sunscreen whenever the UV rating is over three, and the UV rating is over three in most parts of Australia all year long

Former pro surfer Jake Paterson (middle), 47, is the managing director of We Are Feel Good Inc, an Australian-made sunblock brand that is free of parabens and preservatives

Former pro surfer Jake Paterson (middle), 47, is the managing director of We Are Feel Good Inc, an Australian-made sunblock brand that is free of parabens and preservatives

Former pro surfer Jake Paterson (middle), 47, is the managing director of We Are Feel Good Inc, an Australian-made sunblock brand that is free of parabens and preservatives

MYTH 2: I WILL GET A VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IF I WEAR SUNSCREEN

The sun is one of the best sources of vitamin D for humans but you only need 10 to 15 minutes a day to convert enough for a healthy dosage.  

‘Sunlight can penetrate clothing and sunscreen too so you will be surprised by just how much you are inadvertently gaining,’ the blog read.

‘No sunscreen can completely block out 100 per cent of UV light so you are absorbing UV light and converting it to vitamin D even if you expertly reapply every two hours.’

Ensure your sunscreen is applied 20 minutes before you go outside. This is the amount of time it takes to sink into your skin and do its optimal job.

'Sunlight can penetrate clothing and sunscreen too so you will be surprised by just how much you are inadvertently gaining,' the blog read

'Sunlight can penetrate clothing and sunscreen too so you will be surprised by just how much you are inadvertently gaining,' the blog read

‘Sunlight can penetrate clothing and sunscreen too so you will be surprised by just how much you are inadvertently gaining,’ the blog read

MYTH 3: SUNSCREEN MAKES ACNE WORSE

In a YouTube video Dr Scott McGregor said he gets asked this question ‘a lot’ by acne-sufferers who are concerned by the ‘greasy’ nature of sunscreen.

‘Sunscreens containing zinc can be a little bit thick and it might be thought that it blocks pores. But there is actually no evidence that it can cause pimples or make them worse,’ he said.

He recommends shopping around and finding a ‘thinner’ textured lotion that sits more easily on the skin, to give you peace of mind, but says the worst thing you can do is skip the step altogether.

In a YouTube video Dr Scott McGregor said he gets asked this question 'a lot' by acne-sufferers who are concerned by the 'greasy' nature of sunscreen

In a YouTube video Dr Scott McGregor said he gets asked this question 'a lot' by acne-sufferers who are concerned by the 'greasy' nature of sunscreen

In a YouTube video Dr Scott McGregor said he gets asked this question ‘a lot’ by acne-sufferers who are concerned by the ‘greasy’ nature of sunscreen

MYTH 4: TANNED SKIN PROTECTS YOU FROM THE SUN

While it’s true that there is more protective melanin in darker skin types, which is thought to diffuse UVB rays, they are still at risk of skin cancer, pigmentation and collagen depletion.

This is because melanin alone doesn’t counteract the affect of UVA rays, which penetrate much deeper into your skin and cause permanent damage to your DNA.

‘Everyone should be using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF rating of 50+,’ the blog read.

MYTH 5: I DON’T NEED MUCH SUNSCREEN

The average-sized body will require 35ml of sunscreen for every application. 

‘This means 5ml for the face [and] 5ml for each limb, front and back. Obviously this is a lot, so use protective clothing and a hat as much as you can,’ Jake said.

If you apply less than that you won’t be receiving the full SPF50+ protection, and the same goes for SPF 30+ and 15+.

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