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Carl Williams (photo) paid a driver and a shooter to perform a hit on hot dog vendor Michael Marshall for his five-year-old son outside their South Yarra house in 2003

How Melbourne's Battlefield War Assassin REALLY described the initials of Carl Williams on the police interview table – as portrayed in Underbelly – the police are finally helping to bring down the notorious assassin

  • Lawyer X has claimed that she has a & # 39; central role & # 39; played when making a hit man
  • A contract killer killed a father for his son on behalf of Carl Williams in 2003
  • The murderer helped the police get rid of the gangland figure for three separate murders
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A hit man who handed Carl Williams to the police after he had helped kill someone in his name would have been encouraged by lawyer X.

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Former lawyer Nicola Gobbo, 46, claimed a & # 39; central role & # 39; to play in converting the assassin into police at the Royal Commission of Lawyer X in Friday.

Gobbo was a registered police informer from 2005 to 2009, who had represented Williams and two of his assassins, a driver and a shooter, who killed Michael Marshall.

One of the assassins described Williams's initials in an interview with the police hours after he had forced his accomplice to kill dead Marshall outside his South Yarra house in 2003.

Marshall was shot for his five year old son while police heard the shooting unfolded by a beetle in the flight car.

The murder of Michael Marshall and the turn of the escape police is portrayed in the popular TV program Underbelly.

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Carl Williams (photo) paid a driver and a shooter to perform a hit on hot dog vendor Michael Marshall for his five-year-old son outside their South Yarra house in 2003

Carl Williams (photo) paid a driver and a shooter to perform a hit on hot dog vendor Michael Marshall for his five-year-old son outside their South Yarra house in 2003

Gobbo represented both the escape driver and the shooter after the death of Michael Marshall.

Acting Inspector Mark Hatt said the driver already assisted & # 39; the police & # 39; on the night of his arrest, without help from Gobbo, according to The Herald Sun..

& # 39; He (the driver) pointed out that Carl Williams was responsible for the murder, & # 39; he said.

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Inspector Hatt said the driver knew about Williams by putting his initials on the table with his finger in the interview room.

The outing driver involved Williams in three murders, according to Inspector Hatt.

Inspector Hatt was suspected that Gobbo was an informant but was never told that she was a registered source.

He did not think there was a conflict of interest in Gobbo that represented both men involved in the murder, but denied that she was involved in making their statements.

Williams was sentenced to 27 years in prison for the murder of Michael Marshall in 2006.

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He pleaded guilty to the murders of Lewis Moran, his son Jason Moran and Mark Mallia, and spent the rest of life the following year.

The drug dealer died when he was hit on the head with a part of a Matthew & # 39; Mad Dog & # 39; Johnson at Barwon Prison in 2010.

Former lawyer Nicola Gobbo (photo), 46, claimed a & # 39; central role & # 39; to play when turning the killer to the police at the Royal Commission of Lawyer X in Friday on Friday

Former lawyer Nicola Gobbo (photo), 46, claimed a & # 39; central role & # 39; to play when turning the killer to the police at the Royal Commission of Lawyer X in Friday on Friday

Former lawyer Nicola Gobbo (photo), 46, claimed a & # 39; central role & # 39; to play when turning the killer to the police at the Royal Commission of Lawyer X in Friday on Friday

Michael Marshall was shot for his five-year-old son outside their home in South Yarra (photo) in 2003

Michael Marshall was shot for his five-year-old son outside their home in South Yarra (photo) in 2003

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Michael Marshall was shot for his five-year-old son outside their home in South Yarra (photo) in 2003

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