Shocking new details have emerged about the house party fight that led to the death of a young man.
A heartbroken friend and friends have recalled Alex Ioane, 18, who died on Friday night of serious head injuries outside an Ingleburn home in southwest Sydney.
A minute's silence was held at Liverpool Boys High School for the 2018 graduate on Monday, where director Mike Saxon reminded the 2018 graduate as a beautiful young man.
While ruined friends and family continue to make sincere obeisances, a court has heard how two teenagers accused of the murder of Mr. Ioane are allegedly kicked and stamped on him at a 16th birthday party.
Friends continue to give sincere tributes to Alex Ioane, 18, who died at a house party
Ioane stood outside the house when Tafuna Taumalolo, 18, reportedly approached him from behind and karate kicked him in the back of his head.
& # 39; After that, the police will claim that the 18-year-old man stomped on the unconscious man, & # 39; assistant commissioner Peter Thurtell told reporters on Monday.
& # 39; The young man was kicked in the head, he fell straight to the ground and did not move anymore. & # 39;
A 17-year-old, who was also at the party, reportedly joined the unprovoked attack.
& # 39; It was a meaningless loss of human life, & # 39; said Mr. Thurtell.
Reportedly, the police found a number of weapons, including a baseball bat, golf club, and wooden and metal poles, but later told reporters that no weapons were used in the attack.
After searching a house in nearby Eagle Vale on Sunday, officers arrested Taumalolo and a 17-year-old and charged the pair with murder.
Taumalolo did not appear when his case was briefly mentioned at Campbelltown Local Court on Monday.
His friends sat in silence in court while his lawyer did not demand bail and it was formally refused.
The case was returned to the same court on July 31.
A cohort of riot police officers also sat in court, stood in the foyer, and patrolled the street outside Campbelltown Courthouse during the morning.
& # 39; He is a good guy & # 39 ;, one of Taumalolo's friends told reporters out of court.
When asked if Taumalolo was a murderer, the friend shook his head and said & # 39; no & # 39 ;.
The 17-year-old, who appeared on Campbelltown Children's & # 39; s Court on Monday, did not request bail and was formally refused.
Two men were arrested after the police were looking for a house in Eagle Vale on Sunday. A 17-year-old and 18-year-old was charged with murder and taken into custody until Jully
He is expected again for the same court on July 22.
Meanwhile, Mr. Ioane & # 39; s three-year-old girlfriend paid to & # 39; the hard-working, family-oriented man & # 39;
& # 39; I have never met anyone with a bigger heart than Alex, & # 39; Lyn Lavea said Daily telegram.
& # 39; His love for his family and friends and myself will never go unnoticed. Alex Ioane is the strongest man I know. He is my soldier and I will carry that man in my heart until my coffin falls. No one could ever compare. & # 39;
Her sister Floria paid tribute to her & # 39; strong & # 39; on social media. sister, Lyn and her deceased friend.
Alex Ioane died on Friday night outside a house in Ingleburn in southwest Sydney
& # 39; Your life is worth so much to live for, to live for Alex and to continue his legacy and memories, of how much of a strong humble soldier he was, a real man, with the most beautiful soul. Continue to make him proud and achieve the goals you told him about, keep doing it for him, & post her emotional social media.
& # 39; Rest in Love Alex Ioane, justice will be served. You are a real soldier. Thank you for loving my little sister like you did. & # 39;
Liverpool Boys High School made online recordings of Monday's school meeting where a minute of silence was held as a sign of respect and to acknowledge Mr Ioane's life
Liverpool Boys High School paid tribute to former student Alex Ioane (photo) on Monday
& # 39; Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are currently going to Alex & # 39; s family & # 39 ;, head Saxson said to the students.
& # 39; Many of you would remember Alex. He was a beautiful young man and he was a student here for six years.
& # 39; So if we can have a moment of silence for Alex and especially think of the terrible time his family is going through at the moment. & # 39;
Liam Knight, who survived a horrific attack when a metal pole was thrown on his head that pierced his skull during an 18th birthday party six years ago, described the Friday night incident as a tragedy.
& # 39; What happened is terrible and I feel for everyone involved & # 39 ;, said Mr. Knight, now 23, to The Daily telegraph.
& # 39; It's really about raising young people not to hurt each other. Let people enjoy without fighting, & # 39;
The police have interviewed several witnesses and are still investigating.
They believe that & # 39; other criminal crimes & # 39; committed during the night.
NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Peter Thurtell (pictured on Monday) described Ioane's death as a meaningless loss of human life
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