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Federal Police throw ICAC Commissioner Megan Latham under a bus – Time for a Federal ICAC

It was reported by Fairfax Media and the ABC’s Four Corners program that Australian Mafia bribed NSW Judges $2.2 million to get reduced jail sentences for Mafia members. The Mafia bribery has been confirmed by the NSW Supreme Court’s Justice David Davies. NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Commissioner Megan Latham was a District Court judge […]

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Mafia bribed NSW judges $2.2mill. ICAC Deputy Commissioner Hamilton receives formal complaint

A formal complaint that the Mafia bribed NSW judges $2.2 million has been sent to Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Deputy Commissioner Theresa Hamilton and to Sharon Loder who is Executive Director of ICAC’s Investigation Division. The same complaint was also sent CC to Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin. I made a complaint regarding judicial bribery […]

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Premier Mike Baird’s secret meeting with businessman found to be corrupt by ICAC

NSW Premier Mike Baird had a secret meeting a few weeks ago with Charif Kazal who in 2011 was found to be corrupt by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) for bribing government official Andrew Kelly. There are a thousand reasons why Premier Baird should not have met with Mr Kazal so it is worth looking at in […]

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News Corp throw paid informant Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen under a bus

News Corp throw paid informant Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen under a bus A stick of dynamite was thrown under the Australian legal and political fraternity on Friday (12/2/16) which will be felt for years to come when transcript was leaked of a phone call which shows criminal conduct by Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen. As is […]

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Justice David Davies confirms $2.2mill Mafia bribe & systemic corruption in NSW Supreme Court

There is no evidence more powerful that a crime took place than when a criminal confesses to committing a crime. In December 2015 Justice David Davies of the NSW Supreme Court confirmed that NSW judges had been bribed $2.2 million by the Mafia and also confirmed systemic corruption with NSW Judges refusing to publish reasons […]

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Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp caught bribing Australian Crown Prosecutor for news stories

Rupert Murdoch and News Corporation are heading for another major scandal regarding bribing government officials and this time it is in Australia and involves NSW Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen. Murdoch’s News Corp has a long history of bribing government employees for stories. This was exposed by the UK phone-hacking scandal which also revealed the bribing […]

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Sydney Siege, Smoking Gun ICAC letter re: Margaret Cunneen & why DPP Lloyd Babb SC should be sacked

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (NSW) is an absolute mess riddled with corruption. There is a drug taking culture amongst the prosecutors which has resulted in a recent arrest, the Director of Public Prosecutions Lloyd Babb SC is busily trying to cover-up their responsibility for the Sydney Siege gunman being free on […]

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ICAC’s Megan Latham covers up Mafia $2.2 million judicial bribe & other corruption

Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Commissioner Megan Latham is refusing to answer questions regarding alleged corrupt conduct by herself and ICAC. Ms Latham and ICAC have covered up judicial bribery which includes a $2.2 million bribe by the Mafia as reported last week by Fairfax Media and the ABC’s Four Corners program. Megan Latham, who is a former NSW Supreme Court and […]

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Top secret police report says Mafia bribed NSW judges $2.2m. Some corrupt judges named

The Mafia bribed NSW judges $2.2m a top secret police report alleges, Fairfax Media (The SMH and The Age) reported last night (6/7/15). The secret police report was not leaked to Fairfax Media for no reason and there will be a lot of people in the NSW legal fraternity having heart attacks as they know the game is up. […]

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Why Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen will be sacked for her corrupt conduct. #ICAC fights back

NSW Senior Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen will be sacked in the very near future because of her corrupt and criminal conduct unless she acts first and resigns. Evidence from the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has been sent to the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to consider whether Margaret Cunneen should be charged with criminal […]

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Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen lies to hide friendship with killer Roger Rogerson etc.

Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen is a compulsive liar who has been caught out badly contradicting herself in separate interviews with News Corp and Fairfax Media. In this article we will also have a closer look at Cunneen’s dodgy background which includes 1. Connections to major criminals such as Roger Rogerson 2. Helping alleged paedophiles such […]

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Whistleblower turns the tables: Former SES Commissioner Murray Kear looking at 2 years jail

State Emergency Services (SES) whistleblower Tara McCarthy has already achieved a lot and it looks as though she will achieve a great deal more. Because of Ms McCarthy it appears that the NSW whistleblower protection laws are about to be tested to the limit. Former NSW State Emergency Services Commissioner Murray Kear is likely to be […]

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Prosecutions from ICAC and other corruption inquiries – Scorecard

Quite a few people try to down play the value of corruption inquiries and investigations as being nothing more than a waste of time and money and when you look at the past there is some evidence to support the argument that they are a waste. So let’s look at some of the facts and we’ll find that it […]

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