Man angry after wood chipper probe

“He’s absolutely devastated,” Graham told police in a tone picked up by listening devices at their home in Nambour.

“They (police) made him angry.

“They tried to get him to spit some truth out … they got him revved up — I’ll bet you damn money.”

She then wonders if the police “reversed” Roser’s words about Saunders’ death to break Koenig.

“You could have had a slip of the tongue on something that might not have meant anything to you, but they used it,” she told Roser.

“They know they can’t break you, but they know they can break Peter… because he’s the quiet one.”

The victim - Bruce Saunders.

The victim – Bruce Saunders.

Roser assures Graham that he didn’t “dob” Koenig during his interrogation with the police.

“They’re trying to turn Peter and I against each other. I’ve never said anything wrong,” he said.

Graham claims their phones are tapped before telling Roser to speak to Koenig in a car outside when he arrives at the Nambour residence and writing down what he told police “word for word”.

Graham later tells Roser, “Thank God you’ve got a lawyer, that’s all I can say.”

The defendants - Greg Roser and Graham.

The defendants – Greg Roser and Graham.Recognition:Facebook

Audio of Roser discussing his January 2018 police interview with Graham just hours after speaking to officers was previously played to the jury.

Roser told police Saunders’ death was a horrific accident and he tried to save him, claiming his friend was reckless near the machine but ignored warnings.

“I didn’t panic,” Roser told Graham.

“How dare you suggest I killed that guy, that’s awful. I felt really bad.”


Roser’s attorney, Lars Falcongreen, has previously told the jury that everything his client told police was lies.

Falcongreen said Roser has not denied that Saunders was murdered or that his client “shamelessly” helped dispose of the body.

However, Falcongreen said it was Koenig, procured by Graham, who was responsible for the murder.

Koenig pleaded guilty to accessory to murder that year.

Roser and Graham have pleaded not guilty to the murder.

Graham successfully applied for a separate trial.

Roser’s trial before Judge Martin Burns continues.

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Joel McCord

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