‘No justice, no peace’: The murder of tyler newspaper editor leads to protests across NSW

A New South Wales newspaper publisher who was killed in a police operation to arrest a suspected drug dealer in December is among the protesters protesting in Sydney today.

Key points:Tyler editor-in-chief Stephen Baxter was shot in the back of the head by police after being pulled over for speedingPolice said they had received a tip-off about an illegal operation at a home in the inner-west suburb of CaringbahPolice had said that Tyler’s editor-at-large Stephen Baxter, was being held in a jail cellThe protests were called after the arrest of a suspected cannabis dealer, with police alleging he was involved in an illegal drug operation at his homeIn a statement released today, NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said:”On December 1st, police responded to a call at a Caringbhum home in Kingsford Smith.

During the course of their investigation, police located an illegal premises.

The occupants of the premises were arrested by police, and they have since been charged with drug trafficking offences.”

In accordance with the Criminal Code, police conducted a warrantless search of the property, which involved the arrest and subsequent search of an unknown quantity of cannabis.

“The officers involved in the operation have been charged, and the matter is currently before the courts.”

As a result of their involvement, we are able to provide the media with the information we need to provide a better understanding of this matter.

“At this stage, the NSW Police Force are not in a position to provide any further comment at this time.”

It is not appropriate for me to provide further details at this stage.

“Police have charged 22-year-old Stephen Baxter with possessing and supplying a Class B drug and two charges of possession of cannabis with intent to supply, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

The man was reportedly taken into custody without incident on Friday, after police raided his home in Caringbourne, where police said they received a “tip-off” about an alleged drug operation.

The alleged drug deal is said to have taken place at a house in Kingsfords Smith, in the suburb of Kingsford, and police said that the operation had been conducted at “a residence in Kingsfield”.”

Police have seized a quantity of the Class B drugs,” NSW Police said in a statement on Saturday.”

Police are still searching for more of the drugs involved, and it is not known how many were seized or the full scale of the operation.

“A warrant has been issued for the arrest, detention and prosecution of Mr Baxter.”

Mr Baxter was allegedly shot in a “precision-guided” shooting by police in a rural NSW suburb, which prompted an international outcry.

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