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Two Islander grubs who punched a Brisbane teenager in an unprovoked attack face murder charges

Brisbane youngster Cole Miller passes away in hospital after a “coward punch” to the back of the head

Police today charged Pacific islanders Armstrong Renata and Daniel Jermaine Lee Maxwell, both 21, with grievous bodily harm over the assault of the young water polo player.

“DO you want to see something funny?” Daniel Maxwell asked his mate – and moments later young athlete Cole Miller struck the footpath face first, his brain so badly damaged he would never wake up.

Daniel Maxwell

Daniel Maxwell

Armstrong-Retana

Armstrong-Renata

 

The pair faced Brisbane Magistrates Court today and both were remanded in custody.

The charges are expected to be upgraded to murder.

The court heard Maxwell approached Mr Miller and his friend and asked them if they wanted to fight before Renata allegedly punched Mr Miller in the head.

The men will have their cases mentioned again in February.

Mr Miller was a member of the Brisbane Barracudas Water Polo Club and was out with a teammate on the night he was attacked.

They were taking a break from their busy training schedule.

He was due to travel to Adelaide to compete at the national championships on Thursday.

Cole Miller, 18, was knocked unconscious on Duncan Street in Fortitude Valley in Brisbane’s entertainment precinct about 3:35am on Sunday after a night out on the town.

Police said he was struck once in the back of the head and hit the pavement, leaving him with serious injuries.

He was taken to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in a life-threatening condition.

Cole Miller, 18, dies after an attack in Fortitude Valley early Sunday morning.

 

Mr Miller’s father Steven describes son as “beautiful, brave young man”

Police this afternoon confirmed he had died.

Mr Miller’s father, Steven, gave a brief statement to the media this afternoon.

“Cole was a beautiful, brave young man with his whole life yet to be lived,” he said.

“Our family and many close friends have been by his bedside since the incident.”

Pacific Islanders “coward punch” 18 yo elite water polo player, now fighting for his life

from Robert J Lee in Cairns

Four thugs of “Pacific islander appearance” have been named by police in relation to a serious “coward punch” attack in Brisbane City’s seedy Fortitude Valley precinct in the early hours of Sunday morning, that has left an 18 year old fighting for his life in a Brisbane hospital.

Again native immigrants from New Zealand and the Pacific Islands have featured in violent attacks in Queensland. What heroes these islander bastards have become.

Elite water polo player Cole Miller, 18, punched in the back of the head by Islander thugs

Cole Miller, a member of the Brisbane Barracudas Water Polo Club team, was on a night out with a team-mate, during a break from their busy training schedule.

He was due to travel to Adelaide to compete at the national championships on Thursday.

The attack comes as Queensland MPs prepare to vote on legislative changes to reduce alcohol-fuelled violence, when Parliament resumes.

The proposed measures include lock-out laws and limiting rapidly consumed drinks, including shots

Recent data released by the federal government shows that these immigrants, by nationality feature well up in the unemployment statistics. It is time to stop any more immigration by these now unwelcome nationalities.

Crime statistics from the Cairns districts shows that any trouble at night spots or public events usually features Pacific Islanders including Maoris. These people seem to think that Australia owes them a living.

On the Atherton Tablelands, west of Cairns, in recent years these troublemakers have been at the forefront of large-scale skirmishes with Aborigines.

Cairns News sincerely hopes the investigating police can find the two thugs, still at large in Brisbane. Two of these grubs were apprehended earlier today, according to police reports.

It is hoped they are placed before a Supreme Court jury of local people who will not be fazed by the pleas of “poor Islander me.”

They should be jailed for 20 years.

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