Archive | April, 2017

Corrupt former judge Peter Hall to be appointed head of NSW ICAC to fight corruption

The Liberal Party are in the final stages of totally corrupting and politicising the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption. Their motives are obvious given that more than 10 NSW Liberal Party politicians were forced to resign or were sacked from the Liberal Party in the last couple of years. This is because of the ICAC […]

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Child Abuse Royal Commissioner Justice Peter McClellan outlines failures of judges and prosecutors

In a speech on the 13th of April 2017 the Chairman of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, The Hon Justice Peter McClellan AM, raised issues regarding the failure of judges and prosecutors to do their jobs properly and therefore fail victims of child sex abuse. Justice Peter McClellan is also a […]

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Judicial corruption complaint made to the Federal Police, Crime Commission & others

I made a formal complaint of judicial corruption to the Australian Federal Police as per the below email. The complaint would put me in breach of suppression orders that are meant to stop me from speaking about the corruption but the suppression orders are invalid as they breach my constitutional right to political speech. Political […]

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Free speech and political speech is being suppressed in Australia by the NSW Supreme Court

Suppression orders are being used to gag anyone and everyone in NSW and Victoria to conceal corruption. This week I was formally charged with contempt by the NSW Supreme Court. I can’t tell you everything because they put suppression orders on it but it relates to me making statements regarding judicial corruption involving 2 judges […]

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Whistleblower Senate Inquiry report due 30th June 2017. Still time to lobby the Senators and MPs

The Australian Senate are holding an inquiry into whistleblower protections in the corporate, public and not-for-profit sectors. The inquiry is due to publish a report on the 30th June 2017. I know a lot of the regular readers of this website have been whistleblowers in the past, some are still driving issues and others will […]

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