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[/tvshowbiz/karl-stefanovic/index.html Karl Stefanovic] and Pauline Hanson have led calls for two teenagers who lied about travelling to [/news/melbourne/index.html Melbourne] before flying into Queensland to face jail time. <br>The Today host said he was 'appalled' by Olivia Winnie Muranga and Diana Lasu's extraordinary disregard for COVID-19 rules, as Victoria battles a deadly second wave of infections.<br>The pair attended an illegal party in Melbourne, police allege, before making false declarations on their border paperwork to re-enter Queensland when they returned to Brisbane via Sydney last week.<br>Both girls have since tested positive to the virus and have sparked fears of a fresh cluster south of Brisbane, forcing the premier to close the state's borders again. <br>‘Because of an extreme act of selfishness, ignorance and idiocy, Queensland has a new COVID-19 cluster,' Senator Hanson wrote on Thursday.<br>'After all the good work we have done, seeing something like this makes me furious.'<br>                     Olivia Winnie Muranga (left) and Diana Lasu, (right) both 19, arrived together in Brisbane from Melbourne via Sydney on July 21<br>'It is being reported that these two have each been fined $4000 but if the extent of their alleged crimes is true then this is nothing but a slap on the wrist,' Ms Hanson's Facebook rant continued.<br>'Through their extreme recklessness, these two have put our economy at risk, possibly [http://www.trainingzone.co.uk/search/costing costing] us billions of dollars and endangered the health and [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/combo-du-lich-tour-du-thuyen-ha-long-gia-re-tu-ha-noi-tham-vinh-ha-long.html Tour du thuyền Hạ Long giá rẻ] lives of who knows how many innocent people.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES  [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next]    [/news/article-8572547/COVID-19-infected-teen-lived-cocktail-bar-Thai-restaurant-Queensland.html  Infected mates, 19, lived it up at a cocktail bar, Thai...] [/news/article-8571793/Insane-prices-minute-flights-Queensland-Sydneysiders-desperately-try-enter-state.html  Insane prices for last minute flights to Queensland as...]    <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br><br><br>'If everything that is alleged is true then a fine isn't enough they need to be facing prison. They need to be taught a lesson and a powerful message has to be sent.'<br>         Ms Lasu (pictured) and Ms Muranga are also accused of making false declarations on their border paperwork<br>Queensland Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll on Thursday revealed 40 people have been caught lying to authorities while crossing the Queensland border.<br>'They went to extraordinary lengths to be deceitful, deceptive and quite frankly criminal in their behaviour,' Ms Carroll said. <br>Stefanovic's comments echoed Ms Hanson, calling for the fine to either be quadrupled or for the teenagers to face prison time.<br>The remarks came after he interviewed the daughter of a COVID-19 patient, and made an emotional reveal on Thursday that the woman has since died.<br>Kathy Bourinaris' 77-year-old mum Fotini contracted coronavirus at St Basil's aged care home in Melbourne's north and died overnight. <br>         Between them the teenagers visited 11 different venues in Brisbane while infected with COVID-19<br>'Some very sad news if you are just joining us to report that Kathy's mother has now passed away,' Stefanovic said on Thursday morning.<br>'Our hearts go out to Kathy, and her entire family.<br><br>It is a heartbreaking reminder on why the whole country needs to take this pandemic seriously and abide by border and quarantine rules. <br>'It is for their sake. <br>'That is why this morning we are all appalled by the actions of these two teenagers.<br>19-year-old Olivia Winnie Maranga and Diana Lasso fined $4,000 after travelling from Melbourne to Brisbane via Sydney.'<br>Queensland is now bracing itself for an outbreak, after three more people tested positive to COVID-19 on Thursday - two of whom were isolating after visiting a Sydney restaurant.<br>         A man delivers cleaning equipment to a COVID-19 screening clinic at the Parklands Christian College in Logan (pictured on Wednesday)<br>        Families are seen queuing to get coronavirus tests at a COVID-19 screening clinic at the Parklands Christian College in Logan (pictured on Wednesday)<br>Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath has confirmed the pair would face court.<br>One of the women has cooperated with Queensland authorities in contact tracing since she arrived back in the state, and any person who could have been exposed to the disease has been notified.<br>The second woman is refusing to cooperate or share details of her travels over the course of the last week.<br>'I'm very worried about the second individual who has not been cooperative and has not shared where she's been, so we haven't been able to contact those venues,' Dr Young said.<br>She could be subject to further charges if she refuses to assist in the investigation.<br>         ‘Because of an extreme act of selfishness, ignorance and  [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/combo-du-lich-tour-du-thuyen-ha-long-gia-re-tu-ha-noi-tham-vinh-ha-long.html kynghidongduong.vn] idiocy, Queensland has a new COVID-19 cluster,' Senator Pauline Hanson (pictured) wrote on Thursday<br>The two women and one of their immediate family members are the first three cases of the virus in the community since May.<br>On Wednesday, a 22-year-old woman who works at YMCA Chatswood Hills Outside School Hours Care and is known to Ms Muranga and Ms Lasu became the state's first community transmission of COVID-19 in two months.<br>Victoria recorded 723 new coronavirus cases overnight with 13 more deaths on Thursday - the state's highest single-day total since the start of the pandemic.<br>Melbourne has seen the largest clusters of the respiratory virus, as the city reaches the halfway point of a six-week lockdown.<br>The 19-year-old girls, from Logan and Park Ridge, returned from Melbourne, via Sydney, on July 21 and spent eight days in the community before testing positive.<br><br>Ms Muranga is a cleaner at a school.<br>They are understood to have gone to an illegal party in Melbourne, which is where they are believed to have contracted the virus. <br>         Today host Karl Stefanovic (pictured) said he was 'appalled' by Olivia Winnie Muranga and Diana Lasu's extraordinary disregard for COVID-19 rules<br>         Families are seen queuing to get coronavirus tests at a COVID-19 screening clinic at the Parklands Christian College in Logan (pictured on Wednesday)<br>Stefanovic said the pair's actions had greater ramifications beyond their fines, as Queensland moved to shut its border to Greater Sydney from Saturday.<br>'We will see now businesses struggling from Coolangatta all the way to Cairns,' he said.<br>'They will lose so much money, these borders shutting as a result of these two will cost not just the state economy in Queensland but the national economy. <br>'$4,000.<br><br>Let's amp it up people, let's make it 50 at least or jail time. <br>'It's worth it and why? To protect our most vulnerable.' <br>Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk was seething at the breach of COVID-19 protocols.<br>'I'm absolutely furious that this has happened,' Ms Palaszczuk said.<br>'We need people to tell the truth ...<br><br>We do not want a second wave here. We do not want widespread community transmission.<br>'These two have been out in the community and hopefully it has not spread but time will tell.'<br>The teens attended a dental practice, five restaurants and bars including two at Southbank, in six different suburbs including South Brisbane, Woodridge, Browns Plains and Sunnybank.<br>Shopping centres, restaurants, a school and a church have been closed.<br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox news" data-version="2" id="mol-110e2f80-d1f0-11ea-bf59-0b248c372cd2" website Stefanovic slams coronavirus-infected teenagers
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[/news/ghislainemaxwell/index.html Ghislaine Maxwell] refused to open the front door to the FBI when they raided her $1million home and fled to another room in the house, prosecutors claimed today.<br>The alleged chief recruiter for [/news/jeffrey_epstein/index.html Jeffrey Epstein] fled to another room and was seen 'quickly shutting a door behind her'.<br>The FBI smashed down the door and discovered a mobile phone wrapped in tin foil which prosecutors called a 'seemingly misguided effort to evade detection' by law enforcement.<br>New York prosecutors said this was evidence that Maxwell was 'skilled at living in hiding' and should be denied bail.<br>Maxwell, 58, will appear in court Tuesday where a judge will decide if she can be freed. <br>         Ghislaine Maxwell refused to open the front door to the FBI and tried to flee to another room when they raided her $1million home, prosecutors claimed Monday<br>       The FBI smashed down the door and discovered a mobile phone wrapped in tin foil which prosecutors called a [http://www.dict.cc/?s=%27seemingly%20misguided 'seemingly misguided] effort to evade detection' <br>       Currently she is being held in the fortress-like Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn where she is wearing paper clothes to ensure she doesn't kill herself.<br>Epstein hanged himself last August while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges and the Department of Justice wants to ensure she does not do the same.<br>Maxwell is accused of grooming girls as young as 14 for Epstein to abuse between 1994 and 1997, a period when she was his girlfriend as well as his procurer.<br>Prosecutors from the Southern District of New York outlined their case against Maxwell's bail in a 19- page document filed Monday.<br>Maxwell had offered a $5million bond co-signed by two of her sisters and  [https://minhviettrans.com/dich-vu-thue-xe/ cho thuê xe ô tô] backed up by more than $3.75million in property in the UK.<br>She would be confined to a home in the New York area, surrender all her travel documents and be subject to GPS monitoring.<br>But prosecutors argued nothing would ensure that somebody with three passports, including for France which has no extradition treaty with the UK, would suffice.<br>They said that her conduct during the 8:30am raid on July 2 at the property called 'Tuckedaway' in the rural town of Bradford, New Hampshire was 'troubling'.<br>They wrote that when the FBI arrived they were confronted by a locked gate which they forced their way through.<br>The filing said: 'As the agents approached the front door to the main house, they announced themselves as FBI agents and directed the defendant to open the door.<br>'Through a window, the agents saw the defendant ignore the direction to open the door and, instead, try to flee to another room in the house, quickly shutting a door behind her.<br><br>Agents were ultimately forced to breach the door in order to enter the house to arrest the defendant, who was found in an interior room in the house.<br>'Moreover, as the agents conducted a security sweep of the house, they also noticed a cell phone wrapped in tin foil on top of a desk, a seemingly misguided effort to evade detection, not by the press or public, which of course would have no ability to trace her phone or intercept her communications, but by law enforcement'.<br>         <br>         <br>         <br>         <br>         New York prosecutors said in a filing Monday this was evidence that Maxwell was 'skilled at living in hiding' and should be denied bail<br>After Maxwell, the daughter of late newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell, was arrested the FBI spoke to a security guard who worked on the property who said that her brother had hired him from a company staffed with former British military soldiers. <br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox news floatRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-e0a6fc80-c535-11ea-b3a2-7bbd2ed1b991" website Maxwell tried to flee and had a phone wrapped in tin foil

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[/news/ghislainemaxwell/index.html Ghislaine Maxwell] refused to open the front door to the FBI when they raided her $1million home and fled to another room in the house, prosecutors claimed today.
The alleged chief recruiter for [/news/jeffrey_epstein/index.html Jeffrey Epstein] fled to another room and was seen 'quickly shutting a door behind her'.
The FBI smashed down the door and discovered a mobile phone wrapped in tin foil which prosecutors called a 'seemingly misguided effort to evade detection' by law enforcement.
New York prosecutors said this was evidence that Maxwell was 'skilled at living in hiding' and should be denied bail.
Maxwell, 58, will appear in court Tuesday where a judge will decide if she can be freed. 
Ghislaine Maxwell refused to open the front door to the FBI and tried to flee to another room when they raided her $1million home, prosecutors claimed Monday
The FBI smashed down the door and discovered a mobile phone wrapped in tin foil which prosecutors called a 'seemingly misguided effort to evade detection' 
Currently she is being held in the fortress-like Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn where she is wearing paper clothes to ensure she doesn't kill herself.
Epstein hanged himself last August while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges and the Department of Justice wants to ensure she does not do the same.
Maxwell is accused of grooming girls as young as 14 for Epstein to abuse between 1994 and 1997, a period when she was his girlfriend as well as his procurer.
Prosecutors from the Southern District of New York outlined their case against Maxwell's bail in a 19- page document filed Monday.
Maxwell had offered a $5million bond co-signed by two of her sisters and cho thuê xe ô tô backed up by more than $3.75million in property in the UK.
She would be confined to a home in the New York area, surrender all her travel documents and be subject to GPS monitoring.
But prosecutors argued nothing would ensure that somebody with three passports, including for France which has no extradition treaty with the UK, would suffice.
They said that her conduct during the 8:30am raid on July 2 at the property called 'Tuckedaway' in the rural town of Bradford, New Hampshire was 'troubling'.
They wrote that when the FBI arrived they were confronted by a locked gate which they forced their way through.
The filing said: 'As the agents approached the front door to the main house, they announced themselves as FBI agents and directed the defendant to open the door.
'Through a window, the agents saw the defendant ignore the direction to open the door and, instead, try to flee to another room in the house, quickly shutting a door behind her.

Agents were ultimately forced to breach the door in order to enter the house to arrest the defendant, who was found in an interior room in the house.
'Moreover, as the agents conducted a security sweep of the house, they also noticed a cell phone wrapped in tin foil on top of a desk, a seemingly misguided effort to evade detection, not by the press or public, which of course would have no ability to trace her phone or intercept her communications, but by law enforcement'.




New York prosecutors said in a filing Monday this was evidence that Maxwell was 'skilled at living in hiding' and should be denied bail
After Maxwell, the daughter of late newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell, was arrested the FBI spoke to a security guard who worked on the property who said that her brother had hired him from a company staffed with former British military soldiers. 
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox news floatRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-e0a6fc80-c535-11ea-b3a2-7bbd2ed1b991" website Maxwell tried to flee and had a phone wrapped in tin foil