You cannot 'get away' with a parking ticket which is listed as a criminal offence in court, as 'owner onus' illegally applies, where innocent until proven guilty was taken away from you.
The herd populace is told that every phone conversation is logged in order to stamp out crime.
The sheeple are told that their viewing of every internet site is logged, so that criminal activity can be eradicated including child abuse, which includes child porn.
Here's the best part about it, if/when you do get caught you can get away with it.
Maybe not just anyone.
Maybe you have to be part of the 'brotherhood', but that would be a 'conspiracy theory', right?
It also helps if you get a 'sympathetic' judge to your cause.
See article from 24 Oct 1026 from 9news.com.au of the headline:
Stephan Sparrius, 41, was interstate for his $240,000-a-year job at the finance firm when police searched his Surry Hills home in March this year.
Images depicting underage boys naked and in sexual acts were found on numerous devices and in a book with a foreign title, police alleged in facts tendered to the court.
In handing down her sentence on Monday, Magistrate Susan McIntyre said the children in the images had likely suffered "irretrievably" as a result of their exploitation.
But she said most of the images and videos fell into the lowest category of seriousness and that a dissemination charge related to Sparrius receiving a video on a website rather than spreading it for money.
Sparrius was contacted by police during the search of his home and gave them passwords to computers and iPad, the documents reveal.
He made admissions on returning to NSW and later pleaded guilty to numerous possession and one dissemination charge.
The prosecution had asked that Sparrius, who no longer works for Deloitte, serve a jail term.
But Ms McIntyre told the Downing Centre Local Court he was a low risk of reoffending due to his "intelligence" and insight into his offending.
She gave him a 15-month intensive correction order on the condition he be subject to searches and monitoring deemed suitable by a supervisor.
As a director, Sparrius was a senior employee rather than an executive or partner of Deloitte Australia.