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Two men charged in Melbourne’s nightclub massacre, which left 17 d슈퍼 카지노ead, have pleaded not guilty to murder in a Victorian court.
Kazem Kadyrbayev and Mohamed Karrar have been charged with murder at the Old Bailey in Melbourne on Wednesday afternoon.
The pair, originally from Kazakhstan, originally had their bail set at $250,000 each with the 마사지Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).
They were released without any charges.
It was only hours after the alleged murders of 16 people in Las Vegas last year that the Crown Prosecution Service announced the pair’s new offences of attempted murder with intent, and dangerous driving causing death.
Kadyrbayev’s brother and sister were among those killed, and they are believed to have been lured to the bar by someone who claimed they could sell a firearm or drugs.
Karrar was originally a suspect in the 2014 killing of an Australian-Iranian journalist in Melbourne’s north-east.
Both men admitted their roles in the deaths of the men in Sydney and at the Palazzo in Las Vegas on Sunday night, but the court heard they were unaware that a gunman had entered the bar at the time of the attack.
Police said they found eight firearms at the scene, six of them in the men’s possession.
Two officers from the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research were to witness the killing and a third person who witnessed the shooting would be asked to provide a statement, according to the statement issued by CDS.
Karrar’s brother, Nefys Akpobayev, has de강남 마사지scribed the 26-year-old as a “gentle giant”, and says he would love to work in the music industry, particularly recording artists.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The pair were not at the scene of the shooting on Sunday night
“I hope they (Karrar and Kadyrbayev) will come back to Australia,” Akpobayev was quoted as saying by state broadcaster Channel Seven.
CDS confirmed the new charges last week but did not offer any details as to what charges they were being prepared to hand down.
It will be a trial of the pair’s credibility, not the facts which will form the basis of the case, the CPS said.
Karrar was a resident of a Melbourne town called Macquarie Point, while Kadyrbayev spent time in Sydney, but also attende