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Richard Di Natale

The Greens conspire for financial gain with Labor and the Unions to bring down Dyson Heydon

Emails and other material shows that Chris Winslow, The Greens candidate for the 2016 election for the federal seat of Greenway, conspired for financial gain with the Labor Party’s Marcus Priest in an attempt to bring down Dyson Heydon. It is extremely obvious that politics is at work at the highest levels to bring down […]

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Lloyd Babb SC

Sydney Siege, Smoking Gun ICAC letter re: Margaret Cunneen & why DPP Lloyd Babb SC should be sacked

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (NSW) is an absolute mess riddled with corruption. There is a drug taking culture amongst the prosecutors with has resulted in a recent arrest, the Director of Public Prosecutions Lloyd Babb SC is busily trying to cover-up their responsibility for the Sydney Siege gunman being free on […]

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Kathy Jackson

The real Bill Shorten, Kathy Jackson HSU fraud story. Where’s the missing $15million?

The HSU fraud saga is one of those triple backstab type situations where the corruption continues today under the watchful eye of current National President Lloyd Williams and National Secretary Chris Brown. Put simply, Michael Williamson, Kathy Jackson, Craig Thomson and others had been involved in major fraud for years ripping off HSU members millions […]

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Dyson Heydon

Labor’s tactics is an admission they have no legal basis to ask Dyson Heydon to recuse himself

The Trade Union Royal Commission will on Friday (21-8-15) hear a Notice of Motion by the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) for Dyson Heydon to stand down as Commissioner of the Royal Commission. It looks doomed to fail based on the current evidence at hand and a lot of what the Labour Party / Unions have […]

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There is a stronger case of Dyson Heydon being biased in favour of Labor than the Liberals

Bill Shorten, the Labor Party and the Unions have unloaded on the credibility of Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon demanding he resign or be sacked for actual bias and the Royal Commission should be terminated. The problem is there is no evidence to support actual bias and very little to support perceived bias. Although it would not […]

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Bill Shorten RC

Bill Shorten and Michael Danby accuse Commissioner Dyson Heydon of supporting rape in marriage

It is widely known in politics and the media that Bill Shorten uses online trolls to trash the reputation of anyone he sees as a threat or competitor to his interests. What is not widely reported is that Mr Shorten is also defaming the reputation of Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon and using his Parliamentary Secretary […]

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Bronwyn Bishop

Will it be One Term Tony Abbott or One Term Bronwyn Bishop? Or both?

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has a very simple choice. Sack Federal Parliament Speaker Bronwyn Bishop or it could end up costing him the Prime Ministership. I wasn’t planning on writing about the Bishop/expense scandal as the problem should have been a molehill and she should have resigned or been sacked by now. But it is turning […]

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Leonard Warwick

Alleged judge killer Leonard Warwick arrested after 30 years

Leonard Warwick was arrested Wednesday (29/7/15) for what is known as the Family Court bombings or Family Court murders which resulted in four murders, 5 bombings and happened over 30 years ago. There has always been a mile of circumstantial evidence to charge Mr Warwick and he was named as the prime suspect in 1986. But he has only […]

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Tony Abbott and Brandis both secretly met with paedophile protector George Pell. Why?

Federal Attorney-General Senator George Brandis QC secretly met with known paedophile protector and alleged paedophile Cardinal George Pell in May this year. It was only reported on Monday (20/7/15) because Brandis has spent the last 3 months trying to conceal it. It is almost identical to Tony Abbott lying in an interview in 2004 on the […]

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Megan Latham

ICAC’s Megan Latham covers up Mafia $2.2 million judicial bribe & other corruption

Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Commissioner Megan Latham is refusing to answer questions regarding alleged corrupt conduct by herself and ICAC. Ms Latham and ICAC have covered up judicial bribery which includes a $2.2 million bribe by the Mafia as reported last week by Fairfax Media and the ABC’s Four Corners program. Megan Latham, who is a former NSW Supreme Court and […]

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Fiona Ward

Bill Shorten’s mystery woman. His spy in the Police Minister’s office and the links to the HSU fraud

When Bill Shorten was in the witness stand on Wednesday (8/7/15) he was allowed to conceal from the public the name of a female staff member who helped with his 2007 election campaign. On Friday, after legal argument, she was identified as Fiona Ward. After researching her background it is obvious there are many reasons why Mrs Ward and Bill Shorten didn’t want her […]

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Chief Justice Tom Bathurst

Top secret police report says Mafia bribed NSW judges $2.2m. Some corrupt judges named

The Mafia bribed NSW judges $2.2m a top secret police report alleges, Fairfax Media (The SMH and The Age) reported last night (6/7/15). The secret police report was not leaked to Fairfax Media for no reason and there will be a lot of people in the NSW legal fraternity having heart attacks as they know the game is up. […]

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Former ICAC investigator Justice Stephen Campbell caught acting corruptly

I was in court before Justice Stephen Campbell a few weeks ago and received the standard treatment in my ongoing battle with Kerry Stokes. The good news is that Justice Campbell is a former investigator for the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) so we get first-hand experience of what an ICAC investigator is like. […]

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Tony Abbott’s Liberal Party take bribes for favours once too often. Time for a Royal Commission!

Everywhere you look lately there is evidence of the Liberal Party taking bribes for access to their politicians. The most recent allegation by the ABC and Fairfax Media is that the Liberal Party have been taking bribes off the Mafia. Add that to the recent NSW ICAC Liberal Party bribery scandal and the “Treasure for Sale” defamation case “partial […]

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Bill Shorten

Bill Shorten supporters Diana Asmar & Kimberley Kitching caught committing perjury at the FWC

Two of Bill Shorten’s closest supporters in the Labor Party have been caught perjuring themselves at the Fair Work Commission less than 2 weeks before Bill Shorten is due to give evidence at the Trade Union Royal Commission. It reflects extremely poorly on Bill Shorten and it doesn’t matter what spin Shorten’s PR people put on it everyone […]

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Justice Michael Adams

Justice Michael Adams has a claytons win against Fairfax Media in defamation case

Justice Michael Adams has had a claytons win by instituting defamation proceedings against Fairfax Media and then withdrawing the matter 2 years later. From what I can tell there was no damages paid to Justice Michael Adams although there is what could only be regarded as a very weak apology and the alleged defamatory material is still on the internet. […]

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Bill Shorten and his first wife Debbie Beale in 2007

Bill Shorten checkmated by Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon

All types of court proceedings are quite often a game of strategy and with two moves Bill Shorten has been badly checkmated by Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon. Counsel assisting the Royal Commission now has at least two opportunities to cross-examine Bill Shorten and that makes Stoljar’s job so much easier. Although it was never going to be too […]

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Bill Shorten caught perjuring himself at the Cole Royal Commission new evidence shows

Bill Shorten and his supporters are in crisis mode as evidence comes out that Shorten perjured himself back in 2002 at the Cole Royal Commission and that he was also signing off on dodgy and corrupt deals with companies to rip off workers. Add this to the fact that Mr Shorten’s finger prints are all over deals […]

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Bill Shorten and Paul Howes

Labor Party & the Australian Workers Union took $25k bribe to help company rip off workers $2 Million

Evidence has been produced at the Trade Union Royal Commission that shows the Australian Workers Union (AWU) took bribes in recent years to rip off workers millions of dollars. Also as part of the deal the employers illegally handed over the personal details of their employees to the AWU so they could use them for what is known […]

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Why Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen will be sacked for her corrupt conduct. #ICAC fights back

NSW Senior Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen will be sacked in the very near future because of her corrupt and criminal conduct unless she acts first and resigns. Evidence from the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has been sent to the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to consider whether Margaret Cunneen should be charged with criminal […]

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Michael Williamson

Bill Shorten is facing the perfect storm. Michael Williamson & the Royal Commission

A major storm is brewing for ALP leader Bill Shorten and the ALP with Michael Williamson appealing his jail sentence while at the same time the Trade Union Royal commission is gearing up for hearings of continued fraud at the HSU. Bill Shorten will have a lot of explaining to do and I doubt very […]

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2GB’s Alan Jones sent love letters to a school boy. Why has he never been charged with grooming?

Sydney radio station 2GB’s Alan Jones sent love letters to school boys, had boys in his room late at night and perved on them in the shower when he was a teacher at The King’s School in Sydney in the early 1970’s. This behaviour led to Alan Jones’ forced resignation in 1973. That type of conduct would be considered grooming today […]

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Blogger has $2000 fine for breaching Super Injunction wiped after threatening to complain to #ICAC

Last year I was found guilty of contempt of court for breaching Kerry Stokes’ Super Injunction. I was fined $2000 and ordered to pay costs on an indemnity basis for power couple Kerry Stokes and Channel 7’s lawyer Justine Munsie. The whole thing was so corrupted that Stokes and Munsie could not enforce the costs order […]

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Bill Shorten’s Parliamentary Sec Michael Danby helped principal accused of molesting kids get visa

A Melbourne court heard last week that Bill Shorten’s Parliamentary Secretary Michael Danby wrote two letters in support of Malka Leifer, a school principal accused of molesting children. The letters were used by Mrs Leifer to obtain a working visa in Australia which allowed her to work at the Adass Israel School in Melbourne. Mr Danby did not write […]

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Rolf Harris trial

Rolf Harris – How many more victims are there?

Rolf Harris is currently in jail in the UK and is looking at further time behind bars as over 10 new victims have come forward and made complaints to the police. The British police have investigated and passed the “full file” to the Crown Prosecution Service who will decide if they will prosecute Rolf Harris for the new alleged crimes. […]

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Bill Shorten and his corrupt supporters at the HSU targeted by the Royal Commission

Bill Shorten and his supporters are a major target for the Trade Union Royal Commission in 2015. While the Royal Commission did not expressly name Bill Shorten it did mention matters that involve him and also his Labor Unity factional supporters at the Health Services Union (HSU). On Thursday (23/4/15) at the 2015 Opening Session Commissioner Dyson Heydon […]

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Ian Narev

Ian Narev, CEO – Commonwealth Bank, shows his contempt for the Australian Senate and his customers

The senior management of Australia’s leading Banks went before the Australian Senate on Tuesday to answer questions regarding widespread fraud in their Superannuation / Wealth Management departments. Last year alone almost $80 million was paid to victims of the banks frauds. What was obvious at the senate hearing is the contempt the banks still have for Australian Laws, […]

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Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen lies to hide friendship with killer Roger Rogerson etc.

Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen is a compulsive liar who has been caught out badly contradicting herself in separate interviews with News Corp and Fairfax Media. In this article we will also have a closer look at Cunneen’s dodgy background which includes 1. Connections to major criminals such as Roger Rogerson 2. Helping alleged paedophiles such […]

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Justice Michelle Gordon

High Court Judge Michelle Gordon was part of “an appalling judgment” said S&G CEO Andrew Grech

The newly appointed High Court of Australia judge Michelle Gordon was in 2012 accused of being part of “an appalling judgment” in a case that left thousands of sick and dying people without compensation. In the US people in the same situation were awarded a total of $4.85 billion. It is estimated that the compensation in Australia should have […]

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Bill Shorten tries to cover-up the vote rigging scandal that had him elected leader

Bill Shorten told the ABC on Friday (10-4-15) that the vote rigging scandal had been independently investigated by the NSW branch of the Labor Party and that one person had been suspended from the Labor Party. Bill Shorten gave no specific details and his statement raised more questions than it answered. One thing is for sure and that […]

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