Below is a video I recorded on Friday (30/8/13) outside the Law Courts building in Sydney. The video is the next step by this site for putting judicial corruption on the political agenda. It is probably a […]
I went to Canberra from the 16th to the 18th of September with the intention of interviewing politicians. The trip did not go to plan as outlined to some degree in my previous post. […]
Malcolm Turnbull has called for more truth in parliament. I agree, so in this post we have a look at what a dirty rotten lying scoundrel Malcolm Turnbull is. In a speech […]
Statutory Declarations show Bill Shorten and Stephen Conroy trying to put the political hit on Kathy Jackson.
Below are two unchallenged statutory declarations showing federal politicians Bill Shorten and Stephen Conroy trying to get union charges laid against Kathy Jackson in an attempt to discredit her and/or have her sacked […]
The former Attorney General Robert McClelland has let Julia Gillard know it is game on in relation to the prime ministership. By naming Julia Gillard and the case involving her then boyfriend Bruce […]
A few weeks ago I did an interview with journalist Mark Day of The Australian newspaper with his story being published on the 21st May 2012. He makes a statement of fact […]
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard sets up Watergate style dirt unit for opposition politicians.
Julia Gillard’s office has set up a unit to go looking for dirt and slime on opposition politicians. This raises a few questions, about a million questions in fact. This has been […]
Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia Patrick Keane has been accused of handing down “an appalling judgment” by Slater and Gordon CEO Andrew Grech. The matter was a class […]
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 […]
Julian Assange’s lawyer Jennifer Robinson submitted a brief for federal politicians in March 2011 which is below. For anyone who has an interest in Mr Assange and his matters it is a […]
Former attorney general Robert McClelland has set up office at State Chambers in Sydney’s Martin Place. He is back in the law game and trying to grow a legal practice. This raises numerous […]
The rumour mill has spread all over the net in the last few days that federal MP Bill Shorten has gotten one of his staff members pregnant. Bill Shorten says he has […]
Peter Slipper strikes it lucky and lands corrupt federal court judge Steven Rares to hear his sexual harassment case.
Federal politician and parliament speaker Peter Slipper has stepped aside as speaker as there is a huge shadow over him as he is being sued for sexual harassment by his staff member […]
I did an interview with the ABC’s Media Watch show that went to air on the 5th of March 2012 in relation to the Ray Finkelstein’s media inquiry report. It was a […]
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 […]
The federal attorney general Nicola Roxon is ducking and weaving and refusing to answer legitimate questions that I have put to her media advisor Chris Owens in relation to new laws to […]
The title of this post says it all. Some of the immediate analysis of why Labor lost the 2012 QLD state election has been nothing more than delusional and miss the key […]