Saturday, September 12, 2015
Charlie Rozencwajg another corrupt magistrate?
Many people have had magistrates ‘err in law’ either known or unbeknown to them with a feeling of hopelessness.
Many families have been affected as victims of crime where they say that there is no justice.
But there is, as justice is a business.
You see judges/magistrates/etc can be bought out.
If you’re part of the ‘brotherhood’ and the opposing party is not, you may have the ‘judgement’ go your way, irrespective of the ‘law’.
White collar criminals get away with robbing millions (in the process paying of judges from their pool, it’s part of the business plan), not being incarcerated only to start up another scam.
Let’s take for example a current article from the corporate media, where ex-Bandido Toby Mitchell a known criminal, offender, and danger to the public, was released into the community by magistrate Charlie Rozencwajg DESPITE calls from police to deny bail, after committing another crime.
So why did Rozencwajg release ex Bandido Toby Mitchell, a known offender, known to re-offend?
Is it because he is frightened that Mitchell (or his associates) might come after him?
Did the magistrate get an envelope (new method – credit /debit card with $X,XXX.xx) ?
Or is it that Rozencwajg is looking out for the best interest of the business called the court system.
You see, if Mitchell re-offends, he creates a victim, the victim then may hire a lawyer who then takes the matter to court. Rozencwajg or his colleague may preside over the matter, creating more revenue for themselves.
If these were little or no ‘customers’ the ‘system’ could be in slow decline, and that’s ‘bad’ for business.
How is letting Mitchell out to the benefit or safety of the community?
It pays (better) to be a white collar criminal in Australia, than the common garden variety bottom feeder - street thug.
The Australian judicature has strong ties to the days of the colonial penal system, where the general populace is treated past, present or potential criminals.
What is not taught in Australian schools, is that once Captain Cook invaded this continent from 1788 the land mass was under Martial Law for 40 years.
See article from The Age publication on 11 Sep 2015 of the headline: