February 27, 2024

AUSTRALIA: 28yo Gay Male Police Officer Murdered His Obsession And The Guy's Partner. Then He Used Surf Bags To Move The Bodies To Rural Property. LGBT Officer Was Previously A Celebrity Blogger.

The far-Left LGBT organizations are blaming POLICE BRUTALITY and homophobia on this murder case that is the result of a jealous angry gay man taking revenge out on his ex-lover. (emphasis mine)
9 News Australia pubilshed February 26, 2024: Bodies of allegedly murdered couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies found.
A Current Affair published February 26, 2024: Police string together alleged killer's movements after Sydney couple's death. 
The Australian published February 25, 2024: Beau Lamarre-Condon: Backstory to the celebrity-obsessed NSW cop charged with murder (Podcast).
WOW. You have to listen to this podcast episode about the killer. (emphasis mine)
Our reporter Liam Mendes first met cop Beau Lamarre-Condon 10 years ago. Now Beau’s accused of murdering couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies.

When Beau Lamarre-Condon quit his job at Big W after finishing high school, he kept one piece of memorabilia to take with him: his electric blue uniform.

Why? Well, as he told his friends, he hoped to use it to “sneak in” to the head office when Khloe Kardashian was representing the brand in 2015.

Such was the chutzpah of the young Lamarre. Celebrity-­obsessed and gossip-driven, with an apparent strong penchant for luxury hotel rooms, black credit cards, fancy cars, the Golden Globes and even private jets.

He loved the champagne lifestyle. He loved snapping selfies with the rich and famous. He loved being spotted around Sydney’s most lucrative suburbs, sometimes in the front seat of a Tesla.

This week, however, he made headlines across Australia after being charged with the murders of former partner Jesse Baird and his ex’s new boyfriend, Luke Davies. 
ABC News In-depth published February 26, 2024: Search continues for bodies of Luke Davies and Jesse Baird. For the first time in more than two decades, a serving NSW police officer has been charged with murder. Police are investigating whether 28-year-old constable Beau Lamarre-Condon used a police-issued gun to murder former TV presenter Jesse Baird and Qantas flight attendant Luke Davies. The search for the bodies of the victims continues. Jason Om reports.
Here an important excerpt from the ABC News report above, "While police say they'll allege in court that the pair had been in a relationship, friend and ABC producer Isaac Miller says they weren't close." ABC producer Isaac says, "Jesse briefly had an encounter with Beau. He was not his ex-boyfriend. They NEVER were going out." (emphasis mine)
BBC News
written by Hannah Ritchie
Tuesday February 27, 2024

Australian police say two bodies have been found during the search for missing Sydney couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies.

"We are very confident that we have located Luke and Jesse," New South Wales (NSW) Police Commissioner Karen Webb said.

Beaumont Lamarre-Condon, a police officer who once dated TV presenter Mr Baird, was earlier charged with murder.

The bodies were discovered on a rural property in the town of Bungonia.

Police said that after initially refusing to cooperate with the investigation, Mr Lamarre-Condon finally disclosed where the two bodies were located on Tuesday morning.

Detective Superintendent Daniel Doherty said the remains were found "near the entrance to the property" and that attempts had been made "to cover the bodies with rock and debris".

He added that police believe two "surf bags" were used to transport the deceased couple in a white van from Mr Baird's inner city Paddington home, where it is believed they were killed.

Investigators found a bullet matching Mr Lamarre-Condon's work-issued gun there last week, along with a "significant" amount of blood and upturned furniture.

Mr Lamarre-Condon, who appeared in court on Friday and was refused bail, has not commented on the charges against him. He first joined the police force in 2019 and was previously a celebrity blogger.

Police began focusing their efforts on a Bungonia property - some two hours south of Sydney - after learning Mr Lamarre-Condon had visited it in the white van believed to be carrying the pair's bodies with an acquaintance last Wednesday. The acquaintance has been described by police as "an innocent agent".

After severing a lock on a gate, Mr Lamarre-Condon then left the female acquaintance there before driving the van on to the property and returning 30 minutes later. Police had been investigating whether Mr Lamarre-Condon then returned to the location to move the bodies.

And on Tuesday, Mr Lamarre-Condon told detectives the remains were located at another property in the same town.

The case - which has gripped Australia - is believed to be the first suspected murder carried out by a New South Wales police officer in decades, and it has prompted a review into the out-of-hours access officers have to their firearms.

It has also led organisers of Sydney's iconic Mardi Gras parade to uninvite NSW police from this year's march, a decision which has sparked fierce debate online and disappointment from police, who allege the murders were a crime of "passion" not "gay-hate related".

Sydney's Mardi Gras parade has a complex history of both LGBTQ+ activism and police brutality, after the first march in 1978 resulted in dozens of people being beaten and arrested by local officers.

In the decades since though it has been a unifying event, with uniformed police taking part every year since 1998.

Tributes have flooded in for Mr Baird, a former presenter and red carpet reporter, and Mr Davies, who worked as a flight attendant for Qantas.

"Obviously Jesse and Luke were very much an active part of the community and I look at their photos online and know they had a great life," Commissioner Webb said.

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