Below are 2 telephone recordings of Queensland police officer Inspector Bruce Kuhn lying, deceiving, ducking and weaving in relation to a complaint I made about officers at the Coolangatta police station refusing to take a complaint from me.
Inspector Kuhn was meant to investigate my complaint against the Coolangatta police officers and his lies are that blatant and obvious it is embarrassing and reminds me of the saying that it would be comical if it wasn’t so criminal.
The phone calls I had with Inspector Kuhn are only short but are a must-listen for everyone as you can hear for yourself a senior police officer refusing to do their job and then lying and deceiving to try to cover it up.
There are 2 main lies that Inspector Kuhn repeats a number of times. Firstly, that the reason the police officers at the Coolangatta station refused to take my complaint, which was about a harassing and threatening hoax phone call I received a few weeks ago, is because of my conduct after they refused to take my complaint. Think about it, it’s ridiculous. How can my conduct after they refused to take my complaint then be the reason they refused to take my complaint?
Secondly, Inspector Kuhn said no crime had been committed in relation to the harassing and threatening hoax phone call, but he admitted he hadn’t listened to the phone call so how would he know.
After the first phone call, Inspector Kuhn realised he was in trouble with his lies and he phoned again the next day to try and fix the issue, but he only dug a bigger hole for himself.
Inspector Kuhn also tried to say that it was a NSW police matter even though the NSW police and Federal police said it was a Queensland police matter given I was in Queensland when I received the hoax phone call. Although the NSW police could still investigate the person impersonating a court staff member which they are meant to be doing now. (Click here to read more)
The police and other law enforcement agencies avoid investigating government corruption like the plague and that is why the Queensland police don’t want to know anything about it because the hoax phone call leads back to judges of the NSW Supreme Court.
I recorded the hoax phone call and published it in an article on the 29th of February titled “NSW Supreme Court call police to investigate threatening hoax phone call to journalist Shane Dowling“. In the article, you can also listen to Justice Francois Kunc refusing to answer questions about the hoax phone call which is disturbing given the call involved someone impersonating a court staff member and making threats to me on behalf of Justice Kunc. That points to Justice Kunc having knowledge of and/or involvement in the hoax call. (Click here to read more)
In the phone calls below, you will also hear that the police officers at the Coolangatta police station were considering charging me with disorderly conduct when I went back to the station to get their names so I could make a complaint about them refusing to take my complaint.
The first phone call below from Inspector Bruce Kuhn was on the 19th of March 2020.
The second phone call below from Inspector Bruce Kuhn was on the 20th of March 2020. He knew his lies from the day before didn’t add up and he tried to fix the problem but only made it worse.
I will follow the above matter up with a further complaint higher up the ladder. This is a stock standard example of where the cover-up is worse than the original crime.
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