08 June 2012

Dodgy supergrass in sweet deals

A SUPERGRASS whose evidence destroyed the careers of respected police officers and was used in the botched prosecutions of underworld king-pins received massive tax breaks and days out from prison, it has been claimed. 
Victoria Police last week denied the claimed deal despite several approaches by the Herald Sun, but it has now been alleged the underworld killer wrote off the majority of a $400,000 tax debt and was granted beach day trips with his wife and dog in exchange for his evidence.

The claims are made by another man convicted of multiple underworld murders who has written publicly for the first time, claiming he is the victim of a conspiracy involving police and former criminal associates.

The supergrass - a known liar, murderer and thief whose criminal pedigree stretches back generations - accused corrupt police of involvement in the murder of "vampire'' killer Shane Chartres-Abbott.

That case destroyed the careers of several long-serving police.

The supergrass's evidence was also found to be unreliable and led to the failed prosecution of several other underworld figures.Evangelos Goussis, a violent drug dealer convicted of the slaying of petty criminal Lewis Moran, has failed in several appeals but now says he was the victim of strong-armed police tactics and says he was convinced by the supergrass into confessing his role.
Goussis claims the supergrass bluffed prosecutors, had $360,000 in tax debt wiped and was allowed out of prison to walk on the beach with his wife and dog in exchange for his evidence.

Goussis claims the supergrass's evidence was proven false and led to the acquittal of other underworld figures.

He has called for a royal commission into the affair.

heraldsun.com.au 6 Jun 2012

The extent of police corruption and government fraud is played down by the corporate media, as they are the official lap dog of a current government.

The reporters may report or provide this information, but it is also the editors and others that pay the price for published stories.

In the end the 'whistleblowers' are prosecuted and not the criminals, from a corrupt and bribable judicial system.

06 June 2012

Mowbray College closure

A school in Melbourne's west that has made the corporate media news of late is the private school Mowbray College, which is sperad along three campuses, from Melton to Caroline Springs.

The focus of the corporate media, was on the feelings of parents/students, and what the government would do to resolve the future education of approximately 1300 students.

The greater problems lies within the administration of the business, the fraud in relation to the 'mismanagement' of $18 million, and the alarm bells that were there since 2006.

Once the school's financial status has made it to the mass media, information has been obtained by corpau, that there was never any policy by the administrators to take Mowbray out of receivership, but rather to finish it off.
That was/is the policy of the administrating company.

Also the people in charge of the finances are now interested in starting a kindergarten, as their next venture.

The politics, when fraud is committed against the general public, is that it goes unpunished. Such will be the case with the people in charge of the downfall of Mowbray College.

The excuses given to the general populous, will make sense, and no one will be blamed, but rather the circumstances.

The people in charge should be incarcerated, and not be given the opportunity to start a kindergarten, but politics being in play will override any legalities.

Update: 30/05/2012 @09:54

Information has been obtained by corpau, that the people in charge of Mowbray College, transferred their own children two years prior to this years official announcement of the closure, as they already knew it (the college) was going 'down'.

They were told by the authorities not to say anything.

This matter is a matter of fraud, which will be handled in the most pathetic manner by all concerned.


03 June 2012

Sneaky water tax a mean green sting

EXCLUSIVE: A SNEAKY water tax will take $56 off every Victorian household for environmental projects that don't exist. 
The Baillieu Government is budgeting to gouge $117 million next year for an environmental contribution levy - a 67 per cent jump.
The charges are expected to be passed on to customers through price rises to be proposed by water authorities today when they release draft pricing plans for the next five years.
In the next four years water customers will pay $348.5 million through the levy, despite no planned environmental projects.
Under charges set by the former Labor government the environmental levy harvested $70.2 million from water customers last year, but the Department of Sustainability and Environment spent only $46 million of it on environmental projects.
With many of those projects completed, no initiatives listed in the Budget and the huge increase in revenue, the Opposition says the Government is imposing an unwarranted tax to prop up its promised $100 million surplus.

"This is a tax grab to fill a Budget black hole," the Opposition's water spokesman, John Lenders, said.

"This is a secret tax on every Victorian household that has not been spoken about, hidden deeply in the Budget papers, that will be buried in bills and 1000-page Essential Services Commission documents.

"This fund was used to fund some lapsing Labor initiatives. It was not all spent this year and now it is going up from $70 million to $117 million."

The Government also plans to take hundreds of millions of dollars of dividends from Melbourne's water authorities to strengthen its 2013-14 budget.

"The Government is in the process of identifying and assessing projects which will maximise returns to the community," a government spokeswoman said.

heraldsun.com.au 31 May 2012

Another government fraud, under the 'environmental' banner.

Pure and simply money for mates deals on non existent projects.

A government beyond scrutiny and above the law.