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Name: JOSE "ENZO" OMONTE-EXTRADA (Jose Omonte-Extrada)

Age: 20 yrs old (2013)

State: SA - Quorn

Sentence: To face the Supreme Court in October, 2013. Sentenced in November 2013, to life in jail/ 33yrs non parole.
Jose Omonte-Extrada pleaded guilty to double murder in a Port Augusta Court,in August 2013.

Offence/Other: Jose Omonte-Extrada pleaded guilty in August 2013, to the murders of Jasinta-Leigh Fullerton, 22, and Rebecca Wild, 16 in December, 2012.


News - The body of Ms Fullerton was found at Quorn on a dead-end road - next to her Toyota HiLux - about 100m from her grandparents' house, where she was living, on December 5 last year.
Police said at the time they believed the well-known Outback camel jockey was murdered when she accidentally stumbled upon Omonte-Extrada and Ms Wild on her way home from a night at the pub.
Ms Wild's body was found buried in a shallow grave at Quorn Cemetery, about 5km from where Ms Fullerton's body was found.
The teenager had been reported missing after failing to return from a Port Pirie West Primary School concert the previous night. "He was a cowardly, sadistic maggot and the police did a terrific job in catching him and they can do a terrific job in looking after him," he said. "I would rather see a death plea" - Read More Below.




Quorn killer Jose Omonte-Extrada jailed for a minimum of 33 years for horrific axe murders of Rebecca Wild and Jasinta-Leigh Fullerton

Quorn axe murderer Jose Omonte-Extrada has received one of South Australia's longest-ever sentences for the horrific slayings of Jasinta-Leigh Fullerton and Rebecca Wild.
Justice Trish Kelly today sentenced Omonte-Extrada, 20, to life in prison with a non-parole period of 33 years.
Justice Kelly said Omonte-Extrada's advances had been spurned by Ms Wild - so he armed himself with his knife and an SES axe and drove 120km from Quorn to Port Pirie to kill her on December 4 last year.
He stabbed the 16-year-old 29 times to the head, face and arms and then drove her - still alive - in a "dangerous fashion" to Quorn.
When Ms Fullerton, 22, stumbled across them on her way home, Omonte-Extrada murdered her on Groves Rd with the axe in front of Ms Wild.
Justice Kelly said Omonte-Extrada had "panicked" before striking Ms Fullerton once with the axe to knock her unconscious and then a further seven times to ensure he killed her.
"The murder of Ms Fullerton was an opportunistic and impulsive response to her arrival on the scene," she said.
Justice Kelly said Omonte-Extrada then took Ms Wild to nearby Flower Rd, where he killed her by striking her nine times to the head with the axe.
Omonte-Extrada then attempted to burn her body before burying her in a shallow grave at Quorn Cemetery.
Justice Kelly said Omonte-Extrada had a "chilling and sociopathic disregard" for his victims.
"You have demonstrated that you are a very, very dangerous person to the community," she said.
CCTV from the SES station at Quorn showed Omonte-Extrada putting the axe in the SES vehicle and, later that night, cleaning the vehicle and washing away blood.
She said Omonte-Extrada had experienced a difficult and neglectful upbringing, which formed his behaviour during the "chilling, callous" murders.
"You have never been honest with anyone about the true state of your feelings and it is those feelings for Ms Wild, I suspect, that led you to murder when you felt rejected by her," she said.
Justice Kelly said there was nothing new about a "narcissistic, self-absorbed" young man killing a young girl who had rejected him.
"This is a depressing and all too familiar scene in the criminal courts," she said.
As the sentence was delivered, the families of the victims were visibly horrified as they listened to full details of the crimes.
Omonte-Extrada showed no emotion throughout the entire day.
Outside court, Ms Fullerton's grandfather Noel Fullerton said Omonte-Extrada should never be released.
"The only time he showed any interest was when they spoke about both murders ... that's what he lives for," he said.
Ms Fullerton's cousin Tamara Fullerton said the killings were "like a nightmare that is not going to stop".
"Nothing is ever going to change what he has done ... he is a complete sociopath," she said.
Ms Wild's mother, Vicki Smith, said the sentence would not bring her closure.
"Nothing is enough for what he did to those girls," she said.
Only a handful of South Australian killers are serving non-parole periods longer than 30 years. Most recently, Kapunda triple murderer Jason Downie was last year sentenced to a minimum of 35 years.
Snowtown killers John Justin Bunting and Robert Joe Wagner are serving life without parole, while recidivist criminal Michael Barry Fyfe is serving the state's longest non-parole period of 39 and a half years.
The court today for the first time heard how Omonte-Extrada - who was an SES volunteer - had used an SES axe for the fatal blows.
In sentencing submissions this afternoon, prosecutor Robyn Richardson said Omonte-Extrada drove to Port Pirie - armed with an axe and a knife - and arrived about 8.30pm.
She said Omonte-Extrada - who was not licensed to drive - overpowered Ms Wild and forced her into his SES vehicle. He then stabbed her.
"She was disabled in a very bad way," Ms Richardson said.
She said Omonte-Extrada made no effort to get help for Ms Wild, instead driving her to Quorn with the intention of taking her to a vacant house on Groves Rd that he had scoped out days earlier.
"We will never know about what he intended to do there," she said.
Ms Richardson said it was then that Ms Fullerton came across Omonte-Extrada with Ms Wild, on her way home from a night out.
She said Omonte-Extrada killed Ms Fullerton in front of Ms Wild, who was still alive, and then later inflicted two further post-mortem injuries.
"He was in a hurry to get away from her (Ms Fullerton) as fast as he could," she said.
"There was a calmness of mind and a demeanour that is chilling in it composure."
Ms Richardson said both victims were killed with an axe Omonte-Extrada had taken from the Quorn SES station.
She said the axe was left in scrub where Ms Wild was murdered on nearby Flower Rd.
Ms Richardson said Omonte-Extrada had posted on Facebook, about 6.30pm that evening, "This is it "
Omonte-Extrada's lawyer, Bill Boucaut, said his client was remorseful for the murders.
"This young man realises the amount of hurt he has caused," he said.
"There is no getting away from the fact that Your Honour is dealing with a horrific pair of crimes."
Justice Trish Kelly said there was a clear motive for the murders.
"It may be as simple as the age-old rejection," she said, while Ms Fullerton's murder was "obviously an opportunistic killing".

VICTIMS' FAMILIES CONFRONT THE KILLER
The relatives of the Quorn double murder victims this morning told a packed courtroom of the pain, despair and fury caused by Omonte-Extrada.
The murderer, wearing a green T-shirt and shorts, listened to more than 30 victim impact statements without showing any emotion.
"I thought the pain of childbirth was painful but the pain of burying your own child is harder," Ms Wild's mother, Vicki Smith, told the court.
"It's hard to believe a friend of Rebecca could treat her in a barbaric way, like she was an animal. The sights and sounds and smells of that day will be with me forever."
While Ms Smith read out her victim impact statement herself, all others were read out by court officials on behalf of the relatives.
Ms Wild's father, Michael Smith, said his pain and sadness was blocked out by anger and frustration.
"The moment I was told about Rebecca's death my life was torn apart," he said.
"I watched her grow into a beautiful caring 16-year-old and it made me a proud father.
"You're not the only one who will be sentenced in this courtroom because I have a life sentence myself."
Ms Fullerton's sister, Michelle Fullerton, said: "I hope my sister comes to you in your dreams and haunts you for the rest of your life."
Ms Fullerton's grandparents provided heartbreaking statements, saying they desperately hoped Omonte-Extrada died in custody and never experienced another moment of freedom.
Ms Fullerton's cousin Tamara Fullerton said another relative, who had been expecting a child, had taken a lethal drug overdose after the funeral because she could not cope with her grief.

www.adelaidenow.com.au (29-11-2013)
Steve Rice
http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/quorn-killer-jose-omonteextrada-jailed-for-a-minimum-of-33-years-for-horrific-axe-murders-of-rebecca-wild-and-jasintaleigh-fullerton/story-fni6uo1m-1226771134732



"How Facebook helped trap Quorn axe murderer Jose Omonte-Extrada" (9-11-2013)



Quorn man Jose Omonte-Extrada pleads guilty to double murders of Jasinta-Leigh Fullerton and Rebecca Wild.

Audible gasps erupted in a Port Augusta courtroom as an SES volunteer confessed to the murders of two young women at Quorn in the mid-north.
Family members of teenager Rebecca Wild and popular camel jockey Jasinta-Leigh Fullerton could not contain their emotions as Jose "Enzo" Omonte-Extrada, 20, pleaded guilty by videolink to two counts of murder.
The single word of "guilty" to both counts brought the families a small amount of relief - but no sympathy from Ms Fullerton's grandfather, Alice Springs Camel Cup founder Noel Fullerton.
"He was a cowardly, sadistic maggot and the police did a terrific job in catching him and they can do a terrific job in looking after him," he said.
"I would rather see a death plea."
Mr Fullerton said his granddaughter, known as Jessie, 22, was murdered because she tried to do the right thing.
"She went out of her way to help someone (Rebecca Wild) in stress and she got killed for it."
He said the family's pain was accentuated this week when his wife passed away.
"She had not got over Jessie's death.
"The man (Omonte-Extrada) swiped three people, not two."
Ms Wild's mother, Vicki, said her family had waited a long time for a plea.
"I'm just glad he had the decency to own up to what he did to our girls," she said.
The court has yet to hear how Omonte-Extrada murdered Jessie and Rebecca, 16, and what, if any, motive he had.
The body of Ms Fullerton was found at Quorn on a dead-end road - next to her Toyota HiLux - about 100m from her grandparents' house, where she was living, on December 5 last year.
Police said at the time they believed the well-known Outback camel jockey was murdered when she accidentally stumbled upon Omonte-Extrada and Ms Wild on her way home from a night at the pub.
Ms Wild's body was found buried in a shallow grave at Quorn Cemetery, about 5km from where Ms Fullerton's body was found.
The teenager had been reported missing after failing to return from a Port Pirie West Primary School concert the previous night.
She is believed to have known Omonte-Extrada through social media sites.
Omonte-Extrada - a State Emergency Service volunteer - was preparing to help his fellow locals search for clues the morning after the murders when police pulled him out of the ranks for questioning.
He had lived in the town with his foster mother - a local Christian pastor - for about three years since the death of his biological father.
Magistrate Clive Kitchin remanded Omonte-Extrada in custody to face the Supreme Court in October.
JOSE Omonte-Extrada's dark artwork offers the most revealing insight so far into his mind.
Advertiser.com.au can now reveal for the first time Omonte-Extrada had extensive contact with 16-year-old Rebecca Wild - a budding photographer - on social media before her death.
The self-proclaimed artist also posted several disturbing examples of his art on various websites.
These included an edited photo depicting a young girl, blood and an image of a knife.
It was titled "I want to kill you like they do in the movies".
Under the image, Omonte-Extrada wrote: "But don't worry, there's another one just like you standing in line".
Omonte-Extrada also posted a poem titled "Beloved Murder".
"Our fights grow stronger over time as my love for you slowly fades, killing every part of everything you meant to me," it read.
"Getting lost within myself nothing worries no one else, I have lost the will to live simply nothing more to give."
Four days prior to the murders, he posted on Twitter: "It's stupid as f ... how the one person who can make you feel amazing is the same person who can make you feel s ...".
Advertiser.com.au also can now reveal Omonte-Extrada arrived in Australia with his father when he was nine years old.
But his father became terminally ill about five years ago, resulting in Omonte-Extrada moving in with a foster family at Quorn.
Six months later, his father died from what is believed to have been a brain tumour.
Then, twelve months later, his new father figure - his foster father - also died.
Omonte-Extrada had been living with the man along with his foster mother and brothers.
Omonte-Extrada's foster mum Margaret Smith - a pastor in Quorn and a senior SES member - believed this was among the catalysts for his spiral into erratic behaviour.
In December, Ms Smith - who took part in the initial crime-scene search alongside Omonte-Extrada after Ms Fullerton's body was found - told The Advertiser her foster son had had a "tough life".
"Just in the last few months he's been in a dark place," she said.
" ... you develop a trust with (family) and you think that they will return that compliment.
"Sometimes there's decisions that we make that are stupid.
"It's devastating ... it's a bit like I'm poleaxed."
At the time of the double-murder, long-term residents of the town variously described Omonte-Extrada as "weird, strange and a loner" who kept to himself.
Omonte-Extrada's foster family said he was not a competent driver, raising questions as to how Ms Wild's body came to be in Quorn, more than 100km from her home in Port Pirie.
It is understood the local Quorn police officer had a relationship with Omonte-Extrada, teaching him how to drive.

www.news.com.au (27-8-2013)
Steve Rice, Adam Hegarty
http://www.news.com.au/national-news/south-australia/quorn-man-jose-omonteextrada-pleads-guilty-to-double-murders-of-jasintaleigh-fullerton-and-rebecca-wild/story-fnii5yv4-1226705083232



Identity of Quorn double murder accused Jose Omonte-Extrada revealed

Quorn locals have known his identity from the start. He is the teenager accused of ripping the heart out of their small town.
For more than three months, the 1200 residents of the Mid-North community have grappled with the bitter knowledge that one of their own stands accused of murdering two popular young women.
After a suppression order was lifted yesterday, adelaidenow revealed the man charged with the murders is 19-year-old Quorn man Jose Omonte-Extrada.
However, the court has yet to hear how Omonte-Extrada allegedly murdered Rebecca Wild, 16, of Port Pirie, and Jasinta-Leigh Fullerton, 22 - and what, if any, motive he had.
Omonte-Extrada, a State Emergency Service volunteer, was preparing to help out his fellow locals in the search for clues the morning after the murders, in December, when police pulled him out of the ranks for questioning.
The teenager had lived in the town with his foster mother - a local Christian pastor - for about three years since the death of his biological father.
Known around town as a quiet and almost non-communicative young man, residents said they went to great lengths to make him feel part of the community, including teaching him how to drive and offering him company.
Flinders Ranges Council mayor Peter Slattery said lifting the suppression order would make little difference to the community, apart from re-opening wounds.
"Given that the community did know who it was, I can't see that it will make much difference," he said.
Mr Slattery said while he understood the justice process was slow, residents would be hoping the trial - which brought an unwelcome media spotlight - would finish as soon as possible.
"There is a fair bit of reopening of wounds. The sooner it's dealt with, the better (it will be) for all of us."
Appearing in Port Augusta Magistrates Court via videolink from prison yesterday, Omonte-Extrada looked more like a chastened schoolboy than an alleged double murderer, dressed in a light-blue prison shirt and wearing dark-rimmed glasses.
After prosecutors handed over the bulk of the allegations to Omonte-Extrada's lawyer, Magistrate Terry Forrest granted an application by media to revoke the suppression order on his image and name.
Some members of the Quorn community questioned why that order was enforced when most of the town already knew Omonte-Extrada was the man arrested.
Ms Fullerton, a well-known Outback camel jockey, was allegedly murdered by Omonte-Extrada. Her body was found on a dead-end road, 100m from her grandparents' house on December 5.
The popular young Aboriginal woman, known as Little Jess, had made a success of her chosen career despite being born with dwarfism.
She was known to frequent Quorn's Criterion Hotel - a place where Omonte-Extrada also went to drink on occasions.
Miss Wild's body was found buried in a shallow grave at the Quorn cemetery, about 5km from where Ms Fullerton's body was found.
The teenager had been reported missing after failing to return from a school concert the previous night. She is believed to have known Omonte-Extrada.
Omonte-Extrada was remanded in custody ahead of his next appearance in April, when the remainder of the prosecution allegations will be handed to his lawyer.

adelaidenow (18-2-2013)
Andrew Dowdell
http://www.news.com.au/national-news/south-australia/identity-of-quorn-murder-accused-revealed/story-fndo4dzn-1226580450784











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