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1971 Holden Belmont Panel Van [HQ]

1971 Holden Belmont Panel Van [HQ] in Underbelly, TV Series, 2008-2013 IMDB Ep. 2.04

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: AU

1971 Holden Belmont Panel Van [HQ]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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valiant1962 AU

2009-03-17 06:57

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-- Last edit: 2009-04-11 05:33:38

jpts AU

2015-09-28 06:50

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This scene was a reenactment of the murder of Leslie "Les" Kane who was shot in front of his wife and kids by Raymond "Ray Chuck" Bennett and his associates; Vince "Vinnie" Mikkleson and Laurence "Laurie" Prendergast in the bathroom of the family home at Wantirina, Victoria on the night of the 19th October 1978.

After his murder, the killers then placed Les' body in the boot of his pink Ford Falcon Futura and then driven off with Les' body.

As a result, neither his body nor his car was ever found, it was believed that the killers had taken Les' body to Murrindal, Victoria and was put through a meat mincer.

Immediately after the murder, Les Kane's wife; Judi with her two children had rushed over to her in-laws' house where she told her father-in-law; Reginald "Reg" Kane Sr that Les had just been killed.

With the kids at her in-law's place, she later returned to the unit with Brian Kane where he saw the blood in the bathroom.

Following Les' murder, Les' surviving brothers; Brian and Raymond "Muscles" Kane suspected that Les' murderers would be coming after them next, Raymond Kane fearing that he would be killed, fled to Western Australia, while Brian stayed in Melbourne and decided that his best chances of staying alive were if Les' killers were arrested and convinced Judi Kane to go and speak to the detectives and tell them what had happened.

Judi later made a statement to Victoria Police Detective Sergeant Paul Delianis and told Detective Sergeant Delianis that Les was killed and she had seen the killers and after they left with Les' body and car, she saw the bathroom stained in Les' blood and had later stated that she later cleaned the bathroom.

As Witness Protection Programs didn't existed at the time, Delianis placed Judi Kane and her kids in a secure location with a female officer.

The murder of Les Kane in front of his wife and kids at their family home was seen by the older criminals as a major violation of the "unwritten laws" that governed the Melbourne Underworld stating that acts of violence against women and children are unacceptable.

-- Last edit: 2019-07-08 16:29:17

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