Independent Scientologist Andy Nolch Arrested For Criminal Damage

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    Independent Scientologist Andy Nolch was arrested in Melbourne after defacing the memorial of murdered woman Eurydice Dixon in what he claims to have been a protest against feminism and the MSM. He's been charged with criminal damage, offensive behaviour, and marking offensive graffiti.

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  3. I used to tweet and cross-post Andy Nolch's Independent Scientology videos. I stopped after Nolch said at 32:55 of the below video that it would be better if "psychs" were put in concentration camps and killed.

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    Sounds like another MILO-wannabe, using "comedy" as a one-size-fits-all excuse.
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    'Despicable': blogger must do 200 hours community service for defacing memorial to slain comedian | The Guardian

    Andrew Nolch must pay more than $19,500 in restitution for the damage to a memorial to Melbourne woman Eurydice Dixon


    The blogger who defaced the Melbourne memorial to slain comedian Eurydice Dixon must do 200 hours of community service for his crime, but has not been sentenced to jail.

    Andrew Nolch, 29, pleaded guilty last Thursday to criminal damage for painting a 25-metre long penis at the Princes Park memorial in June.

    Nolch committed the act just days after Dixon was raped and murdered, and the night before a public vigil was held. He said he was making “a statement for men’s rights”.

    Magistrate Olivia Trumble, who described his actions as “despicable”, sentenced him to an 18-month community corrections order in which he must complete 200 hours of community service.

    “The emotional damage of your conduct is immeasurable,” she said while sentencing him. “Your conduct, in my view, is inexplicable and your actions despicable.”

    Nolch must also repay more than $19,500 in restitution for the damage.

    Speaking outside court, Nolch said he wanted “to say sorry to Eurydice Dixon and her family”.

    When pressed about why he wanted to apologise, he answered “no comment”.

    “I’m an advocate for equal rights for both genders. Not all men are bad,” he told reporters.

    “I did the political graffiti because the mainstream media and feminists turned the tragic murder of Eurydice Dixon into one giant political man-hating event.

    “This mainstream media propaganda and man-hating upset me so much that I thought I had to make a statement for men’s rights.”

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    More coverage:

    Also syndicated through the Australian Associated Press via to 60+ local papers, each choosing whether or not to paywall the article. Here are the non-paywalled papers:

    and the paywalled papers:
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  10. Eurydice Dixon memorial vandal Andrew Nolch appeals against conviction despite guilty plea.

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    The man who painted offensive graffiti beside a memorial to comedian Eurydice Dixon in Melbourne's Princes Park is appealing against his conviction and sentence, despite pleading guilty.

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    Nolch claims he had 'incompetent lawyer'

    Nolch, of Bulleen in Melbourne's north-east, was sentenced in the Melbourne Magistrates' Court last month to an 18-month community corrections order.

    He was also ordered to pay almost $20,000 in restitution and undertake 200 hours of community work.

    But he is appealing against that sentence and conviction, claiming he thought he was pleading guilty to the lesser charge of making graffiti.

    "I want to make it clear that I had an incompetent lawyer and that's why there was problems," he told the court.

    "He offered to do the case for free and I think it was because he wanted media attention.

    "So you pay peanuts, you get peanuts."

    The appeal has been set down for February, when the court will be played an audio recording of the magistrates' court hearing as evidence of whether Nolch understood what charge he was pleading guilty to.

    The prosecutor told the court that the police informant would also give evidence that Nolch had always agreed to plead guilty to the charge of criminal damage.

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