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Two Irish Man Alleged for Sydney Murder Case

A 66 year old man, Paul Tavelardis assaulted in Sydney’s inner west and found terribly injured on the side of the road at Summer Hill last month, following that incident two Irish Christopher McLaughlin and Nathan Kelly were charged.

Police found him after 30 minutes he got stabbed and admitted him to the hospital. The alleged charge against the two Irish upgraded to the murder charge when the man died in the hospital on Monday night.

Paul Tavelardis were admitted to the Alfred Hospital in Camperdown in a critical condition.
Police say that they did not know Mr Tavelardis.

“Two men – aged 21 and 24 – were arrested by detectives from Burwood Police Area Command at the time and charged with reckless grievous bodily harm in company and affray. The men, both Irish nationals, were charged with murder yesterday,” said New South Wales police.

The two alleged Irish were staying in Australia since June last year. Mr McLaughlin, has been employed as a tunnel worker for West Connex since arriving in Sydney. The two were arrested from two different places in Sydney.

The two remain in custody and are due to appear at Burwood Local Court on Wednesday, January 9th.

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