An alleged terrorist was captured on CCTV by a Minto hairdressing salon with knife in hand attempting to prize open the front door to where his alleged victim took refuge.
So graphic and damning was the closed circuit tele-vision, Nine’s ‘A Current Affair’ boss Grant Williams is believed to have handed over a whopping $130,000 or thereabouts to the owners of the hairdressing salon, an insider tells #15MinutesofFame
Williams, or ‘Grunter’ as he’s known in media circles, raced from his Manly home Sunday upon hearing of the terror in Minto and driven straight to the hairdressers where he secured the explosive vision.
Williams’ chequebook was enough to secure the vision of which Channel 7’s ‘Sunday Night’ program was also wanting.
Only hours earlier, the Seven Network broadcast the Adam Whittington revelations slamming the Nine Network and its handling of the Beirut kidnapping debacle.
Check out the vision aired on ‘A Current Affair’ Monday night which shows victim, Mr Greenhalgh, dripping blood from a stab wound as 2 customers rush to lock the door, which will now become key evidence in the trial of alleged perpertrator lhsas Khan and his alleged terrorising of Minto residents in the South West of Sydney…