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Julia Gillard’s ex Bruce Wilson has a win in court. Will it be enough to get Gillard off the hook?

Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s ex boyfriend Bruce Wilson had a win in court last week and his appeal was upheld which sees the Victoria police AWU fraud investigation head back to the magistrates court. The appeal was in regards to a judgement of Chief Magistrate Lauritsen who allowed the Victoria police access to hundreds of documents at Slater […]

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Confessed corrupt judge Justice Adams is suing Fairfax Media for defamation

Justice Michael Adams of the Supreme Court of NSW has made me take down the post that was here. In court today (Wednesday 11/6/14) Justice Adams said to me that he will read my submissions later, handed some submissions straight back to me without reading them and then immediately issued orders (Click here to read) giving Kerry Stokes and his […]

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Julia Gillard, one step closer to getting away with the AWU fraud and theft

Victorian Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen handed down a judgement on Monday in the Julia Gillard – Bruce Wilson AWU fraud in relation to the discovery of documents sought by the Victoria Police. The bottom line is that the police now have access to the documents they were seeking. It is a judgement that will probably […]

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The criminal history of Chief Magistrate Lauritsen, the man who could decide Julia Gillard’s fate

The man who could decide Julia Gillard’s fate in current proceedings before the court, Victorian Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen, has a very dodgy past that has gone unchecked for far too long. Mr Lauritsen was identified for being corrupt in 2009 by the then ACT Chief Magistrate Ron Cahill. It is something that Mr Lauritsen has […]

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Labor Party ring-in Chief Magistrate Lauritsen hears the Julia Gillard, Bruce Wilson AWU fraud matter

It’s  time for an update on the Julia Gillard, Bruce Wilson AWU Fraud which was in court this week before Victorian Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen. As it turns out Mr Lauritsen is a good Labor Party boy who has a direct personal interest in the case via John Cain and should be nowhere near the […]

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Former ACT Chief Magistrate Ron Cahill, the Murray Farquhar of the 21st Century

Former ACT Chief Magistrate Ron Cahill resigned in November 2009 to avoid giving evidence at a judicial inquiry that had been set up to determine if the ACT government had to sack him for interfering in the administration of justice. At the time the police were investigating him for criminal offences in relation to the same matter. […]

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Magistrate Pat O’Shane sues Alan Jones for defamation.

NSW Magistrate Pat O’Shane is suing Alan Jones for saying that she “can deliver the most diabolical and wrong decisions in law, and they go through to the keeper”. I laughed when I read that because what Jones said about O’Shane would not even be considered an entree in relation to what I say on this […]

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Roll call. Murray Farquhar, former NSW Chief Stipendiary Magistrate. Part one.

Mr Murray Farquhar, the former NSW Chief Stipendiary Magistrate was sentenced to 4 years jail in 1985. It wasn’t all bad news, with good behaviour he was out in 2 1/2 years. And to the best of my knowledge he was the first judicial officer in Australia to be sent to jail. Murray Farquhar was jailed […]

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Judging judges and the mental illness defence

Two Magistrates in NSW have been directed to show cause to the NSW Parliament why they should not be sacked as Judicial Officers. The magistrates in question are Magistrate Jennifer Betts and Magistrate Brian Maloney and it was based on the findings of the NSW Judicial Commission enquiry in relation to complaints of misconduct which led to them […]

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FORMER Queensland attorney-general Kerry Shine busted appointing mates as judges

The former Queenland attorney general Kerry Shine was caught red-handed appointing close friends as judges and magistrates. Nothing new here as most judges and magistrates have close political connections and that’s how they are appointed in the first place, not because of their ability, ethics or integrity. The Kerry Shine story did not get much […]

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