Today's episode is on the murders of Tereaupii “Andrei’’ Akai and Bevan Frost. Warning: The following podcast contains disturbing details of a crime, Listeners discretion is advised. The details presented in this podcast are from a news.com.au article. September 2001. Two NSW Police officers investigating a possible murder knocked on a door at the Northcott apartment block in the inner city Sydney suburb of Surry Hills. They were in A Block, one of four grimy red brick high rises known as “Suicide Towers”, a name given to them after several residents jumped from one of the 14 stories to their death. Police were familiar with the infamous address for its drug dealing, vandalism, and fights among 1200 people housed in 436 flats. The police were investigating the possible murder of Tereaupii “Andrei’’ Akai, a 50-year-old Northcott resident who had vanished from sight months earlier. This particular day in September would be remembered by the world, not for the discovery about to be made but instead, for the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre - New York... it was September 11.