The lawyer of the elite Queen & # 39; s Counsel whose children have been accused of a brutal assault outside of a footy game has requested & # 39; privacy & # 39; and removed your profile from the bar's website.
The former Xavier College students of $ 28,500 a year, Dominic Walker and his brother Sam, now 20 years old, were arrested on Friday along with a third man after an alleged attack outside the MCG after the qualifying final of the AFL on Friday.
The Walker brothers are grandchildren of acclaimed Australian research biologist Sir Gustav Nossal.
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Three football fans have been charged after an incident caught in the camera outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday after an AFL qualifying match
His father, Tim Walker, who was named as QC in 2015, asked the media for privacy & # 39; in a written statement released on Tuesday.
"We have every confidence that the Victoria police will get all the relevant evidence, including all available CCTV images," he said.
Mr. Walker said he would not comment on the proceedings since the police investigations were ongoing.
He also removed his profile from the List G Barristers website.
The brothers have been accused of allegedly intentionally causing injuries, causing injuries and other crimes related to the assault.
The defendant, Dominic Walker and his brother Sam, are elite sons Tim Walker QC (left) and the grandchildren of the 2000 Australian biologist of the year Gustav Nossal (right)
The sons of Walker and the third man were rescued on Saturday morning and will appear in the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on December 4.
A 61-year-old man from Rosebud, on the Mornington Peninsula, southeast of Melbourne, and his 45-year-old friend from Mount Evelyn on the eastern fringe of Melbourne were taken to hospital after the incident.
The commissioner of crime victims, Greg Davies, told the Herald Sun that he would like the AFL ban (those responsible) to go to football for life and said that the character of such street fights was becoming more vicious.
"It's alien to anyone over 40," said Davies.
& # 39; If one of your teammates kicked someone in a fight, it would be swept away like a dripping nose. Nowadays, it seems to be de rigueur. "
An altercation between five people allegedly broke out of the Pullman Hotel in Wellington Parade, adjacent to the MCG, around 12:10 a.m.
The video shows a man getting punched in the head about 17 times before being trampled, while his friend was also attacked
Mobile phone recordings captured an assault launched by police on Friday, and three men were seen fleeing the scene on the corner of Clarendon Street and Fitzroy Gardens.
The images showed that a man was punched in the head about 17 times before being trampled, while his friend was also attacked.
Witnesses told investigators that two men were walking through Wellington's parade when three unknown men on the Richmond support team approached them after the final qualifying victory over Hawthorn.
Two men were taken to the Alfred Hospital, the 61-year-old man suffered serious facial injuries and the 45-year-old was treated for a possible broken arm.