An arsonist set fire to YouTuber Jordan Shanks (Friendlyjordies) house on Tuesday night (22/11/22) which his lawyer has described as attempted murder. I published the below video on Wednesday (23/11/22) outlining 3 key suspects as being the former NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro, NSW Police officer Detective Sergeant Matthew McQueen and Sydney’s Alameddine crime family.
After some reflection and feedback in the comments section on YouTube, I think the likelihood it was the Alameddine crime family, who Friendlyjordies raised in a report 3 months ago, is a lot less likely given they have a long history of using guns to intimidate people by shooting into their houses, not by arson.
That leaves John Barilaro and Detective Sergeant Matthew McQueen as the most likely suspects who should be investigated for arson and attempted murder.
After further reporting has come to hand it can be confirmed that Jordan Shanks was not home when the house was set alight. It was the second attempt to burn the house down. The first attempt was last Thursday (17/11/22) when a neighbor’s house was firebombed by mistake with no damage reported.
As I say in the video there is a long list of suspects with another prime candidate being Clubs NSW who are hiding widespread money laundering and who are currently prosecuting Jordon Shanks for contempt of court for the crime of journalism.
I do not have much confidence that the NSW Police will conduct a legitimate investigation into the arson and attempted murder given Jordan Shanks has a long history of shining a light on police corruption.
I published an article on the 17th of March 2022 titled: “NSW Police corruption: Police intimidating a defence lawyer walk free, Friendlyjordies stitch-up and video of police coaching witnesses” which starts off:
NSW Police corruption is out of hand and in the video below you will see evidence of police stalking and intimidating a defence lawyer on his way to court being protected, video of powerful prima facie evidence of Detective Sergeant Matthew McQueen coaching witnesses in court and outside the court. The star of the video is NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman ducking and weaving trying to avoid responsibility and trying to sweep the police corruption under the carpet as he is questioned at the NSW Parliament’s Budget Estimates for 2021-2022.
YouTuber Friendlyjordies also gets mentioned in the below video as police dropped their beat-up charges against his producer Kristo Langker last week for stalking former NSW Premier John Barilaro. Friendlyjordies also broke the story a couple of days ago about Detective Sergeant Matthew McQueen, who also stitched up Kristo Langker, coaching witnesses in another matter. (Click here to watch the Friendlyjordies video)
Possibly the worst thing about the below video is during the last 10 minutes when Attorney-General Mark Speakman covers up for police who organised themselves to harass and intimidate a defence lawyer before court and when the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC), who investigate complaints against police, recommended action against the police the then Police Commissioner Mick Fuller did nothing but warn them not to do it again. (Click here to read more)
The NSW police have a long history of abusing their power to silence people and yesterday they again assaulted 78-year-old Sydney activist Danny Lim while attempting to arrest him which was caught on video. They “discontinued” the arrest after they put him in the hospital. (Click here to read more)
I was planning on writing about Danny Lim today, but the arson and attempted murder video took precedence.
I’ll keep following up on the Friendlyjordies attack.
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