I was released from jail on Friday the 21st of December 2018. I’ll write about the experience in the new year. The worst thing about jail is the boredom. One of the positives is that judicial corruption will now be the foundation of my application for special leave to appeal to the High Court of Australia.
The NSW Court of Appeal published their judgement on Friday (21/12/18) where I won on severity of sentence and had it reduced from 18 months (with a non-parole period of 13 months) to 4 months fixed. But I lost on the conviction part of the appeal and will take that to the High Court. (Click here to read the judgement) I have only had quick look at the judgement and will do a full post on it in the next few weeks.
Overall I think this has been a very good year for the website and its supporters.
While I was in jail the Court of Appeal published its judgement on the Capilano Honey v Shane Dowling suppression order matter and Capilano Honey lost and lost badly. Capilano’s lawyers were smashed in the judgement and what I have previously written has been justified to a large degree although it is not a final judgement on the matter. Once again I’ll do an article on it in the next few weeks. (Click here to read the judgement)
The attacks on me by the judiciary have not strengthened their position but dramatically weakened them. Standing your ground and rolling with the punches is very important in winning a battle but I also intend on going on the foot a lot more next year. But more on that when it happens.
Things will be back on track fast as this is the second stint I have done for contempt and I prepared better this time.
I would like to thank all the people who supported me while I was in jail promoting and sharing the articles that I had been jailed. This without a doubt helped a lot.
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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