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Craig Thomson

Craig Thomson: How much did he really steal from the HSU and the continued Labor Party cover-up

The amount former federal politician Craig Thomson stole from the Health Services Union is becoming less and less as the smoke and mirrors of the ALP propaganda and corruption machine continue to work. Exactly how much Craig Thomson stole will never be known but my estimate is that it could exceed $1,500,000. Craig Thomson’s fraud and theft […]

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Michael Williamson

Judgement day for corrupt officials is here. Michael Williamson gets 7 1/2 years jail

Former Labor Party President and HSU President Michael Williamson was sentenced to 7 1/2 years jail (minimum 5 years) on Friday (28-3-14) which sends a loud signal to all corrupt officials that you are not untouchable. Mr Williamson’s jailing would have sent a shiver up the spine of many corrupt politicians, government employees and other […]

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Iain Ross

Fair Work Commission President Justice Iain Ross accused of bullying and bastardisation of judicial officers

The President of the Fair Work Commission, Justice Iain Ross, has been accused of bullying and bastardisation of judicial officers in the federal parliament. This is a big call and unheard of. It was raised in parliament at the end of October last year by the federal Liberal Party MP Jamie Briggs. While Jamie Briggs did […]

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Slater and Gordon

Slater and Gordon lawyers nail Craig Thomson for fraud. The real smoking gun!

Slater & Gordon lawyers and the accounting firm BDO Kendall (now BDO) conducted a forensic investigation into Craig Thomson’s fraud at the HSU in 2009. Below is six pages of their report. After reading this post what becomes obvious is the Fair Work Australia report is nothing more than a glorified, delayed and rebadged Slater and Gordon / BDO […]

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Fair Work Australia

Gillard government exempts Fair Work Australia from new corrupt judge laws. Why?

The Gillard government has introduced two bills to parliament which if passed will supposedly better help deal with corrupt and derelict judicial officers. For some unknown but scandalous reason Fair Work Australia judicial officers have been exempted from the new laws. Four questions were put to the attorney general Nicola Roxon by me with the fourth […]

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Apocalypse ALP

Today Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard defeated Kevin Rudd in a caucus vote for the leadership by 71 to 31 votes in the 103 member caucus. Where the extra vote went who knows. One thing that can be certain is that Julia Gillard’s career as Prime Minister is coming to an end. In her campaigning to stay […]

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