We have mental health and drug-related issues in the background of this particular person,' he said.
'Drugs **** ice that sh*tiz no good mate once a blue moon ok I smoke weed sometimes when I cant sleep and only a tiny bit,' he wrote.He also listed himself as having 'no religion' in one profile and 'other' in another, despite his religious rantings in the past few weeks on Facebook.Chief Commissioner Craig Ashton also said the man accused of the rampage through Bourke Street had a history of family violence.'He has come to our attention on many occasions in the past.Gavin Wilson, 76, said Gargasoulas came into his apartment, in the same housing commission block as the young man shared with his mother, brandishing a bible.
Gargasoulas then sat down and lit the bible on fire before throwing it into Mr Wilson's face, before attacking him.'Give me your keys or I'll gouge your eyes out,' Gargasoulas allegedly demanded, Mr Wilson told The Age.The young man then allegedly stabbed his brother Angelo with a kitchen knife during an argument at 2am on Friday.Neighbours said they heard the pair arguing and a female voice saying ‘if you don’t stop, I’m going to call the police’, but both were gone when officers arrived.'He had a knife and he was hacking at either a guy or a girl, I don't know,' Jess Bergin told The Age.Why is there so much anti-Americanism in the Muslim world? Yet for all the heat and controversy, the actual views of the world’s Muslims have been conspicuously missing from this debate.Who are the extremists and how do Muslims feel about them? Now, we have the missing answers and statistics, gathered, parsed, and analyzed not by pundits but by professional researchers.explores the expertly gathered opinions of Muslims around the globe as revealed in the world’s first major opinion poll, conducted by Gallup, the preeminent polling organization.