A 25 year old man charged with a murder in Portland has been remanded in custody for four months after appearing in a Warrnambool court. Cameron Oakley, 25, of Portland, did not apply for bail in Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning. He has been charged with murder after the fatal stabbing of 24 year old man Lachlan Hutchins in Portland during the early hours of Tuesday morning.
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Police cars and other property were set alight and destroyed in New York, Dallas, Atlanta and elsewhere, and protestors shouted and chanted for hours outside the White House in Washington, as President Donald Trump sat inside. President Donald Trump said the military could deploy troops to Minneapolis “very quickly” to respond to violent protests in the aftermath of a police killing of an unarmed black man. The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis sparked protests in several cities, some which have turned violent.