Thursday, 22 November, 2018

Angry Anderson's Son Liam Anderson Killed In Sydney

The altercation ensued on the junction of Bridge Road and Pavilion Street in Queenscliff on Sunday morning. Source Google MapsMore The altercation ensued on the junction of Bridge Road and Pavilion Street in Queenscliff on Sunday morning. Source Google MapsMore
Adrian Cunningham | 07 November, 2018, 19:04

A Sydney man expected to be charged with the murder of Liam Anderson, the son of Australian rock musician Angry Anderson, will remain behind bars after a brief court hearing.

It's understood they arrived to find Mr Anderson's attacker, a 20-year-old man, stomping on his bloodied body in the beachfront park.

"You've got a rescue helicopter trying to save this young man, and the police are working on two things: calming the suspect at the same time as they're trying to bring in the appropriate emergency level of service to save the other man, and they couldn't", Morrison told The AM Show.

Mr Anderson died shortly after as a result of his injuries.

It took several officers and the use of pepper spray to restrain Flame, who was eventually taken to Manly Police Station for questioning where he was charged on Monday.

Reports have suggested that Flame and Liam Anderson were good friends, with the pair posting photos of each other on their social media pages and the two attended Sydney's Defqon.1 festival in September.

He was refused bail to appear at Manly Local Court later on Monday.

Angry Anderson's manager, Scot Crawford, asked in a statement that media and the general public respect the family's privacy.

Friends of the 26-year-old later gathered at the scene to lay flowers and handwritten notes.

Liam, who was an up and coming rapper in Sydney, performed under the name Ranford Bigsby.

"The man we have in custody was violent and it took a number of police officers to subdue and arrest him".

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"The assault was brutal - it was quite a bloody scene", Det Insp Boutouridis said.

Violence and drug culture is not unique to Australia.

"We should have looked out but we didn't..." "It just sounded like a guy doing boot camp, running up the hill and exhaling".

She said it was awful to think that a murder occurred so close to her home.

Police and paramedics responded to the scene in a park in Queenscliff.

"I went downstairs, saw the police vehicle coming and arresting the guy, telling him to get down", Andy said.

"I feel bad that I heard something and now it turns out it's something really bad".

"I don't know the circumstances that lead to them being at the reserve this morning at Queenscliff, that's why I am appealing to the community to assist us".

Police had been called to reports of an assault, on the corner of Pavilion Street and Bridge Road, just after 6am.

"I'm confident at this stage that this is not a random attack", Inspector Boutouridis said.