Bali military officer ‘murdered by Sara Connor and her beloved was …

Claims have emerged a Bali policeman allegedly murdered by Australian mother-of-two Sara Connor and her toyboy partner could have ‘peeping’ on a integrate before his death.


Senior military officer Wayan Sudarsa was famous for ‘trawling around bars and markets during night scamming dipsomaniac tourists and ripping them off’, a source told New Idea.

Before his death, a policeman, who is famous as Pak Wayan, might have been espionage on a integrate as they were kissing on a Kuta beach where he was found dead.

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Claims have emerged a Bali policeman allegedly murdered by Australian mom -of-two Sara Connor  (right) and her toyboy partner could have 'peeping' on a integrate before his death 

Claims have emerged a Bali policeman allegedly murdered by Australian mom -of-two Sara Connor  (right) and her toyboy partner could have ‘peeping’ on a integrate before his death 

Denpasar’s tip patrolman Hadi Purnomo warned his subordinates to drive transparent of enchanting in ‘Peeping Tom’ behaviour.

‘Better if we buy a blue [movie] and watch it yourself,’ he said, according to New Idea.

But a lot of tourists have come to Pak Wayan’s counterclaim and common a disproportion side of a passed officer.

They contend he always looked out for a contentment of tourists, generally females, and done certain they did not put themselves in any nonessential danger.

Wayan Sudarsa (pictured) was found passed on Kuta Beach in Bali with 42 wounds to his body

Wayan Sudarsa (pictured) was found passed on Kuta Beach in Bali with 42 wounds to his body

Connor, 45, and her 37-year-old boyfriend, David Taylor sojourn behind bars where she was recently visited by her ex-husband, Anthony ‘Twig’ Connor.

Mr Connor brought with him a video from their 11-year-old and nine-year-old sons who pleaded with their mom to lapse home, revelation her ‘we adore you.’ 

He insisted his ex-wife was trusting and told News.com.au she was jolt during their romantic revisit in jail and immediately asked about a couple’s children.  

‘They sent a small video to me to give to Sara and any time we see it, it breaks my heart we know. They are only saying, “Mum, we adore you, come home soon”, Mr Connor said.

‘It is tough for us. The boys don’t know when Mum’s entrance home.’ 

Mr Connor, who called his ex-wife a ‘good soul’, pronounced he would adore his former partner ‘forever’ and wants to assistance her.

‘We are still connected even yet we are not together, we are still connected. The children have got a large partial of that. But we are still friends, we are still good friends and that’s because we am here,’ he said.  

The 11-year-old and nine-year-old sons of Australian Sara Connor (right), who is indicted of murdering a policeman in Bali dual weeks ago, have begged their silent to come home in an romantic video 

The 11-year-old and nine-year-old sons of Australian Sara Connor (right), who is indicted of murdering a policeman in Bali dual weeks ago, have begged their silent to come home in an romantic video 

The 45-year-old's ex-husband, Anthony 'Twig' Connor (pictured), delivered a video to Ms Connor this week during a distressing revisit to Bali

The 45-year-old’s ex-husband, Anthony ‘Twig’ Connor (pictured), delivered a video to Ms Connor this week during a distressing revisit to Bali

Mr Connor (pictured) becomes romantic as he speaks in Denpasar, dual weeks after she was arrested over a purported murder of a Bali military officer

Mr Connor spoke of a video available by her dual children

Mr Connor (pictured) becomes romantic as he speaks in Denpasar, dual weeks after she was arrested over a purported murder of a Bali military officer

The video was shown to Connor after a integrate were forced to spend several tiresome hours re-enacting ‘scenes’ from a night, that military contend is required after immeasurable differences emerged in any of their stories during the initial re-enactment.

One of a categorical differences in their story is that Connor’s counsel claims she played no partial in a murder and she was perplexing to apart Mr Taylor and Mr Sudarsa who were fighting following an evidence over her mislaid handbag. 

During a re-enactment Connor was seen straddling a officer and seemed to fake to strike him with a walkie talkie before a policeman mimed satirical her on a thigh as she knelt subsequent to him.

Connor denies distinguished a officer with a walkie talkie and her counsel claims she was told to re-enact ‘scenes’ she says never happened.

Police arch Purnomo pronounced ‘Sara was really concerned in a assault. Sara strike a plant with a walkie talkie’.

Taylor’s lawyer Yan Erick P Sihombing pronounced Ms Connor told his customer that she had strike a military officer.

Police contend Ms Connor was 'definitely involved' in a genocide of a Bali military officer after she and Mr Taylor were forced to re-enact a purported murder

Police contend Ms Connor was ‘definitely involved’ in a genocide of a Bali military officer after she and Mr Taylor were forced to re-enact a purported murder

Mr Taylor, 34, simulated to strike a 'victim' with a damaged bottle as he re-enacted a purported  genocide of officer Wayan Sudarsa

Mr Taylor, 34, simulated to strike a ‘victim’ with a damaged bottle as he re-enacted a purported genocide of officer Wayan Sudarsa

‘In David’s testimony David pronounced that Sara told him after they got to a hotel that she was bitten and she was punching this male (police),’ Mr Sihombing said, according to a Daily Telegraph.

Another disproportion is associated to either a integrate saw anyone else on a night of a purported murder.

Mr Sihombing pronounced Mr Taylor didn’t see anybody on a travel yet Ms Connor pronounced she saw somebody in a street.  

Ms Connor had creatively told police Mr Sudarsa was a ‘bad cop’ who had pinned her down in a silt with his physique weight on Aug 17.

But she after altered her story to contend she had been perplexing to apart Mr Sudarsa and Mr Taylor after a quarrel pennyless out between a pair.   

The re-enactment was a initial time Mr Taylor and Ms Connor have seen any other given their detain roughly dual weeks ago. 

During a re-enactment Ms Connor was seen straddling a officer and seemed to fake to strike him with a walkie talkie. Ms Connor denies this ever happened and claims she was told to act scenes that didn't occur

During a re-enactment Ms Connor was seen straddling a officer and seemed to fake to strike him with a walkie talkie. Ms Connor denies this ever happened and claims she was told to act scenes that didn’t occur

The British DJ, who had been vital in Byron Bay, and Ms Connor seemed romantic as a hugged in handcuffs

The integrate embraced during Kuta Beach on Wednesday morning as military attempted to establish who is revelation a law about what happened on a night of a military officer’s death

A male lays on a silt during Bali's Kuta Beach, sanctimonious to be Wayan Sudarsa - whose bloodied physique was found on Aug 17

A male lays on a silt during Bali’s Kuta Beach, sanctimonious to be Wayan Sudarsa – whose bloodied physique was found on Aug 17

They have not been rigourously charged underneath Indonesian law as military have 120 days to build their case.  

Police contend a integrate certified to contrary with plant and explain Mr Taylor strike a officer over a conduct with a drink bottle.  

The rumpus allegedly pennyless out after Mr Taylor confronted Mr Sudarsa over his girlfriend’s blank handbag.

Just before a re-enactment, Ms Connor took off a sarong covering her face so Mr Taylor could lick her on a tip of a conduct after they came out of dual apart armoured vehicles dressed in orange jail jumpsuits. 

The span went ‘scene by scene’ by a purported events that came opposite like a play, scripted underneath a instruction of officers yelling by a microphone. 

As if she was station in a wings of a play, Ms Connor was afterwards brought into a 'scene', to re-enact how she allegedly attempted to apart a pair

As if she was station in a wings of a play, Ms Connor was afterwards brought into a ‘scene’, to re-enact how she allegedly attempted to apart a pair

Ms Connor appears honest during Kuta Beach as she and Mr Taylor re-enact a events that led to a genocide of Mr Sudarsa

Ms Connor appears honest during Kuta Beach as she and Mr Taylor re-enact a events that led to a genocide of Mr Sudarsa

The events began with Mr Taylor coming a patrolman imitating Mr Sudarsa to confront him over Ms Connor’s mislaid purse.

‘Scene … David fell and became concerned in a quarrel with a victim,’ a military officer destined as Mr Taylor lay on his behind with a male personification Mr Sudarsa staring over him.

As yet being brought in from behind a fate during a play, Ms Connor entered a ‘scene’.

Mr Sudarsa’s substitute mimed satirical her thigh – a distraction of a impulse she says she attempted to apart a span and ‘protect’ a cop.

The ‘scenes’ solemnly built adult to a impulse Mr Taylor mimed attack Mr Sudarsa in a behind of his conduct with a damaged drink bottle, while Ms Connor crouched in a silt nearby. 

This blow, Denpasar Police Chief Hadi Purnomo said, was a ‘most lethal one’. 

Sixty-eight ‘scenes’ were played out via Wednesday with a span taken to Ulawatu in circuitously Jimbaran after Kuta Beach.   

Ms Connor and Mr Taylor welcome as a military officer binds adult their name tags as they continue a distraction of 'scenes'

Ms Connor and Mr Taylor welcome as a military officer binds adult their name tags as they continue a distraction of ‘scenes’

Ms Connor says Mr Sudarsa bit her on a thigh and palm when she attempted to apart a pair

Ms Connor says Mr Sudarsa bit her on a thigh and palm when she attempted to apart a pair

Byron Bay mom Sara Connor, 45

British male David Taylor

Sara Connor (left) and her British beloved David Taylor (right) are holding partial in a re-enactment of what happened a night a policeman was killed on Kuta Beach in Bali

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