Archive | 2013

KCA 2013 Yearly Review – Christmas and New Year post

It has been a good year for KCA and it has continued to grow into a solid force. It is the support of the regular followers that underpins this site and I would like to say thank you for that support and your continued support. KCA has published many posts that are in the public interest […]

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Julia Gillard, one step closer to getting away with the AWU fraud and theft

Victorian Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen handed down a judgement on Monday in the Julia Gillard – Bruce Wilson AWU fraud in relation to the discovery of documents sought by the Victoria Police. The bottom line is that the police now have access to the documents they were seeking. It is a judgement that will probably […]

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Bill Shorten refuses to answer media questions regarding alleged rape of 16-year-old girl

I have written to Federal Labor leader Bill Shorten and the Victoria Police regarding the rape allegations against Bill Shorten. The Victoria Police have responded but Bill Shorten has not. As it stands things are not looking good for Bill Shorten. Background I published a post 2 weeks ago (29/11/13) in regards to the Victoria […]

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Mick Keelty and the stolen WA Senate votes. So why no police investigation?

Former Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Keelty has finished his investigation in relation to the missing 1375 senate votes in Western Australia. So what did he find? Bugger all says Mick. Although he did give us the scoop and say the possibility that the votes might have been stolen cannot be ruled out. No wonder […]

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Bill Shorten accused of raping 16-year-old girl in 1986. Victorian police are investigating

The Victorian police are currently investigating ALP Leader Bill Shorten for raping a 16-year-old girl in 1986. The mainstream media reported earlier this month that a “Senior ALP figure” was being investigated for rape but failed to name Bill Shorten although there is nothing to stop them from doing so. Given Mr Shorten’s position as a […]

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2GB host Ray “Jelly Back” Hadley does sleazy deal with NSW A-G Greg Smith regarding paedophile priest

Sydney 2GB radio announcer Ray Hadley has negotiated some sort of grubby deal with the NSW Attorney-General Greg Smith in relation to Smith protecting his friend the convicted paedophile priest Father Finian Egan. As we will see the net effect is that Hadley is supporting Smith which makes Hadley no better than Smith. Last year Greg […]

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Justice Campbell the joke of the NSW Supreme Court. Thomas Kelly was always a case of murder

Sometimes courts shoot themselves in the foot so badly with a pathetic judgement that they end up coming under scrutiny themselves and judgement is passed on the courts. This is what happened when Justice Campbell of the Supreme Court of NSW handed down a judgement in the Thomas Kelly manslaughter case on Friday the 8th November. […]

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Television cameras for Australian courts probably not far away as the UK judiciary presses the record button

UK courts have started televising court cases at the Court of Appeal level in the UK which is worth looking at because it is only a matter of time before it starts here in Australia. It is already happening in New Zealand and the Chief Justice of Western Australia tried to implement televising cases earlier […]

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Former federal cop Mick Keelty to investigate stolen federal votes. So where are the real police?

Former Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Keelty, who has a long history of gross incompetence and sweeping government corruption under the carpet, has been appointed to investigate the missing 1375 senate votes in Western Australia. But why hasn’t it been referred to the state or federal police? Surely that is the first thing they would do […]

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The criminal history of Chief Magistrate Lauritsen, the man who could decide Julia Gillard’s fate

The man who could decide Julia Gillard’s fate in current proceedings before the court, Victorian Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen, has a very dodgy past that has gone unchecked for far too long. Mr Lauritsen was identified for being corrupt in 2009 by the then ACT Chief Magistrate Ron Cahill. It is something that Mr Lauritsen has […]

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Labor Party ring-in Chief Magistrate Lauritsen hears the Julia Gillard, Bruce Wilson AWU fraud matter

It’s  time for an update on the Julia Gillard, Bruce Wilson AWU Fraud which was in court this week before Victorian Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen. As it turns out Mr Lauritsen is a good Labor Party boy who has a direct personal interest in the case via John Cain and should be nowhere near the […]

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Bill Shorten v Anthony Albanese. The winner is? Who cares, Clive Palmer’s the new man.

Australian politics is changing a lot faster than people realise including myself. I started to write a post on the Bill Shorten v Anthony Albanese battle for the Labor Party leadership as it is set to be announced on Sunday and has the historic element in that the members can now vote for the leader. […]

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Is Attorney-General George Brandis the biggest “lying rodent” in government given his recent fraud and theft?

The newly appointed Attorney-General George Brandis was caught ripping off the tax payer to attend the wedding of former radio host and current blogger Michael Smith. It is worth looking at what happened in the background, the attack on Prime Minister Tony Abbott by Michael Smith and why this story will not die until Mr Brandis […]

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Liberal Party dodgy backroom deals. Are they any better than the corrupt Labor Party

Tony Abbott announced last week that Liberal Party officials will be banned from acting as Lobbyists as far as the federal government is concerned. Why were they ever allowed in the first place and what about the states that have Liberal Party governments? This is a band-aid solution, which without further reform, is nothing more […]

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Confessions of a Faceless Fool. The real Bill Shorten story

Bill Shorten who is running for the federal Labor Party leadership has more skeletons in the closet than any other federal Labor politician which is a sign that nothing has changed and that the Labor Party has learnt nothing from their mistakes. Worse still for Bill is that some of those skeletons are coming back to life with a fresh […]

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Tony Abbott and his friend Cardinal George Pell. Perceived bias for the Royal Commission into child sex abuse

Prime Minister Tony Abbott gave a personal reference in court for the former priest Father John Nester in a child sex abuse case in 1997. Father Nester was later struck off as a clergy by the Vatican. Add this to Tony Abbott’s and the Liberal Party’s extremely close relationship with Cardinal George Pell who has admitted […]

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PM Tony Abbott makes it three Prime Ministers in 3 months and most likely two elections in 12 months

Australia is in for a rough ride politically for the foreseeable future. The make-up of the senate when it is finally decided in the next few days is a major reason which will quite possibly lead to a double dissolution election in the next six months or so. But one thing that is needs to be acknowledged is […]

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Kevin Rudd and Therese Rein made millions from their contract with a Nun

Therese Rein instituted Queensland Supreme Court proceedings to legally enforce a contract with the estate of deceased nun Frances Jane Edwards in 2006. By doing so it is estimated that Ms Rein saved herself $4.5 million. Frances Edwards was Therese Rein’s original business partner when she set up the rehabilitation business Work Directions in 1988 (now Ingeus) and Ms Edwards […]

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KCA 2013 Federal Election campaign launch. Putting judicial corruption on the political agenda

Below is a video I recorded on Friday (30/8/13) outside the Law Courts building in Sydney. The video is the next step by this site for putting judicial corruption on the political agenda. It is probably a bit late for the 2013 election agenda but not impossible. The video is 2 minutes long.  . The video is not perfect but it […]

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Why Julian Assange needs to resign from the WikiLeaks Party to give it a chance of survival

Julian Assange has been caught lying and deceiving the Australian public based on the evidence of former WikiLeaks Council member Dr Daniel Mathews and others. The evidence also points to the fact that Julian Assange or his father, John Shipton, tried to go behind the Council and set up a separate power base. One Senate candidate in Victoria and […]

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WikiLeaks Party Senate candidate Alison Broinowski interview with KCA

The below video is an interview with WikiLeaks Party NSW Senate candidate Alison Broinowski that was recorded on Monday (19/8/13) in Sydney. The interview gives an insight and understanding of the WikiLeaks Political Party and how it differentiates from the WikiLeaks media organisation. We discuss numerous issues and also how this site would benefit from having a WikiLeaks Party Senator in federal parliament. . The WikiLeaks […]

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The return of the Labor Party, HSU, stolen money, defamation and a prostitute. And this time it isn’t Craig Thomson

Luke Walladge who says he is a “Media, Campaign and Communications Consultant at ALP” and was recently sued for an outstanding debt of $15,000 by a prostitute has decided to tell lies about this site. I think it is important to address his slurs as it gives an insight on how the crooks are working online […]

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Kevin Rudd, Therese Rein and Ingeus. How did they really make the $210 Million?

Kevin Rudd’s wife Therese Rein started and built their $210 million company Ingeus (then known as Work Directions) on the back of government business in 1989. Therese Rein herself has stated her initial targeted customer when she set up the company was a Queensland government department. Kevin Rudd, as Chief of Staff to the then Premier Wayne Goss, was in a position […]

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Kevin Rudd, Therese Rein and their company Ingeus Ltd. The Obeids of the federal government.

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s wife, Therese Rein, is estimated to be worth over $200 million via her company Ingeus Limited which she started in 1989 with Labor Party government contracts. The evidence suggests that it was no rags-to-riches fairy tale and that Kevin Rudd had a huge hand in backroom government deals to help their company get rolling. As […]

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Craig Thomson’s lawyer, Chris McArdle, caught lying in an affidavit while suing the Labor Party

Craig Thomson’s lawyer, Chris McArdle, has clearly committed the criminal offences of attempting to pervert the course of justice and perjuring himself in an affidavit in his role of defending Craig Thomson. The evidence for this is 2 contradictory affidavits filed in court and signed by Mr McArdle. Mr McArdle could quite easily end up doing more jail time than Craig […]

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Does Kevin Rudd support the Bill Shorten backed “Kimberley Kitching for Senate movement”? Andrew Bolt does!

Health Services Union looter and current General Manager Kimberley Kitching is now running for the Senate seat that will be vacated by Senator Feeney when the federal election is called. She is running under the banner “Kimberley Kitching for Senate movement” which has the support of Bill Shorten, Australian Workers Union (AWU) and surprisingly Andrew Bolt which […]

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Bill Shorten tried to stab Julia Gillard in the back one last time. Return of corruption at the HSU

Federal MP Bill Shorten was manoeuvring behind the scenes to have Health Services Union Victorian No.1 branch General Manager Kimberley Kitching replace Julia Gillard in the safe Melbourne seat of Lalor. A background check of Ms Kitching makes the mind boggle as to how anyone in their right mind could have contemplated supporting her as a […]

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Kevin Rudd and Love Letters from the Bar Table. The unanswered questions.

There is a picture of Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on the front cover of my book Love Letters from the Bar Table. This is the book that a Barrister in England said “is a marker setting a future agenda for international human rights and upholding the rules of natural justice”. A picture is worth a […]

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Australian social media flexes its muscle and plays a part in taking down former Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard Prime Ministership ended on Wednesday (26/6/13)  and it worth looking at the role social media played in her down fall as a lot of people underestimate the power of social media. Looking at all of the evidence there is a strong argument to say that social media played the biggest part in forcing the Labor Party to remove Ms […]

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Prime Minister Julia Gillard bribed ACTU Secretary Dave Oliver to keep his support

Julia Gillard has used a judicial appointment to bribe Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) Secretary Dave Oliver and shore up her internal Labor Party support as Prime Minister. Mr Oliver’s wife Suzanne Jones was last month appointed as a judge of the Federal Circuit Court even though she does not have the experience. This happened only 19 months after Mrs Jones […]

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