Archive | April, 2019

Alleged sexual predator Geoffrey Rush’s defamation win was a claytons win

Australian actor Geoffrey Rush won his defamation case against the News Corp owned Sydney paper The Daily Telegraph on Thursday (11-4-19) but the win was a claytons win given Geoffrey Rush has failed to take legal action against actress Yael Stone who has made more serious allegations against Rush. Unless Rush follows up and also […]

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Julian Assange being arrested by British police caught on video (11-4-19)

Julian Assange has been arrested by British police after being evicted from the Ecuadorian embassy as the below video shows. Update 20:53pm 11-4-19: Julian Assange’s lawyer Jennifer Robinson has just Tweeted: “Just confirmed: #Assange has been arrested not just for breach of bail conditions but also in relation to a US extradition request”. Update: The […]

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Scott Morrison and the Liberal Party’s lies about electric cars signal tactics for the 2019 federal election

The Scott Morrison government has kicked one of the biggest own goals on record criticising the Labor Party’s electric car policy when the Liberal’s own policy is basically the same. Instead of backing off on the issue the Liberal Party has doubled down and wheeled out one of Australia’s most disliked and dishonest politicians in […]

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KCA Crowdfunding campaign to institute criminal proceedings against corrupt media mogul Kerry Stokes

I will be instituting criminal proceedings against businessman Kerry Stokes, and probably his son Ryan Stokes, in the next few weeks and I am running a crowdfunding campaign to help fund it. I have set a target of $3000 which will be enough for the initial filing fees and expenses. I know the process as […]

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his dirty deal with the Labor Party and Sam Dastyari

Prime Minister Scott Morrison worked in marketing for many years before he entered parliament in 2007 so it’s no surprise he comes across as a used car salesman when he announces new government spending, programs, and initiatives. But he has a history of stabbing Liberal Party competitors in the back on a regular basis with […]

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