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EXCLUSIVE: Inside the Danny Wicks Drug Trafficking Scandal

LiSTNR 2 mins read
Inside the Danny Wicks Drug Trafficking Scandal

LiSTNR’s new Crime Insiders: Detectives episode out today features former Detective Craig Semple, speaking about former Newcastle Knights Superstar Danny Wicks – who was charged and convicted of drug trafficking. Craig offers a never before heard insight into how they caught Danny and offers stark warnings for sportspeople getting involved in drugs and how it can lead to organised crime.

 

  • He speaks about how Danny was under covert surveillance, how he was and it how it threw his career and sport into disrepute.
  • He gave insight into the culture of organised crime and sport in Australia.
  • As well as arresting high profile sports stars, former NSW Detective Sergeant Craig Semple has tackled some of Australia's most vicious, and high profile outlaw motorcycle gangs. Craig's career takes some incredible turns - including a high profile murder case in Yamba which shocked almost all of the NSW police department, and several high intensity bikie operations which ended Craig's career, and almost his life.
  • His honesty, candour and emotional vulnerability goes beyond.
  • Listen as host Brent Sanders talks deeply with Craig.

 

Listen here: Crime Insiders - LiSTNR Podcasts

 

ABOUT LiSTNR Crime Insiders: Detectives

The only place where too much crime is never enough, is on a podcast: LiSTNR’s new breakthrough podcast series, Crime Insiders, takes audiences beyond true crime and into the real experience of those trying to solve crimes and analyse crime scenes. Any closer, you’d be at the scene. It’s hosted by former police officer and author of bestselling book How Dangerous Men Think, Brent Sanders. While in the police force, Sanders was deployed in riot control, investigated sexual assault cases, and studied the methods and psychology of rapists. He now uses his research and policing experience as a full-time educator, teaching personal and psychological safety and self-defence to women and men, as well as travelling Australia, presenting to schools and universities, educating young people about sexual crimes, and expanding the conversation around consent and social safety.

 


Contact details:

Kath Rose

0416291493

kath@kathrose.com

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