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The maximum security prisoner who allegedly bashed a teenage girl's suspected killer to death in jail has been revealed for the first time. Martin didn't appear via videolink when his case was briefly heard in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Tuesday. Martin struck Sikorsky in the head an alleged altercation at Wolston Correctional Centre on November 10, according to court documents. Sikorsky was rushed to Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital suffering critical head injuries, where he spent 10 days on life support before he died on November Sikorsky had been awaiting trial in Brisbane Supreme Court accused of murdering and torturing year-old Larissa almost 18 months prior. Police were at a house in Buccan making inquiries into her disappearance when Sikorsky, who was at the property, got into a black ute and fled. Zlatko Sikorsky pictured following his arrest on June 30 spent 10 days on life support in hospital before he died from his critical head injuries.
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Dustin Diamond, who played the role of Screech on the popular s high school comedy "Saved by the Bell," is hospitalized with cancer, his manager told CN Dustin Diamond, who played the role of Screech on the popular s high school comedy "Saved by the Bell," is hospitalized with cancer, his manager told CNN Friday. Diamond's health is "serious" and he is undergoing testing at an undisclosed Florida hospital to determine the type and severity of the cancer, according to his rep. An actor and stand-up comedian, Diamond is best known for his performance as Samuel "Screech" Powers in the teen series that was recently reimagined by the Peacock streaming service with some of the original stars, though not Diamond. His book "Behind the Bell," in which Diamond shared backstage stories about shooting "Saved by the Bell," stirred controversy.
Some police officers have even noticed an uptick in street takeovers since the coronavirus pandemic began. I think that has a lot to do with it. Obviously, the weekends are busier, but with no one working and with school closed, they have the time.