16 November 2013

Victoria Police had NO intention of capturing a sex offender fugitive

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.

Within the internal police industry there is much heated debate over which state harbours the most corrupt police, be it Queenland, New South Wales or Victoria, and the cover ups of fraud corruption and murder.

The police are factually debt collectors for corporations, a fact that the (government sponsored) corporate media is reluctant to publish on prime time television.

In the news spotlight this time is a fact that was reported on the Wednesday the 13th of November 2013 by the Herald Sun publication, where police had no interest in pursuing, capturing and subsequently charging the alleged sex offender, Dion Hayes.

The following article was published in the Herald Sun.

A photo Dion Hayes took of himself that was automatically uploaded to his old computer. Source: Supplied
Amateur sleuth tracks fugitive sex pest

VICTORIA Police will launch an internal review after admitting it relied on an amateur sleuth to monitor and apprehend a wanted fugitive. 
Commander Jeff Forti revealed Dion Hayes - on the run since July after failing to appear in court accused of 22 child sex offences - would not be in custody had it not been for the "good job" of a member of the public, known only as Darren, who bought the fugitive's computer.

The Herald Sun exclusively revealed on Wednesday how Hayes, in his haste to flee the state, failed to deactivate his iCloud account, meaning every picture he took on his iPad while on the run automatically uploaded in real time to the computer now owned by Darren.

Darren helped in the arrest Hayes by following his pictures that were being automatically uploaded to his old computer. Picture:On Monday, the Herald Sun phoned 000 after learning Hayes had returned to Victoria, which led to his arrest at Green Lake rest area on the Western Highway.

Hayes is now in custody and will face Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Friday.

Darren helped in the arrest Hayes by following his pictures that were being automatically uploaded to his old computer. Picture: Ian Currie
Darren said he was left feeling frustrated when police refused to take the computer and he was asked to email each photo to investigators.

READ: How a fugitive was found
A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
He contacted the Herald Sun after the file sizes became too large to email and he was requested to download the photos to a memory stick and drive it to the police station.

"The police put out a public appeal for help but couldn't care less when I had the information to catch him," Darren said.

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
A photo Dion Hayes took of himself that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.Commander Forti said it was "near-on impossible" for police to monitor the computer activity as Darren had.

"The computer probably would have been sitting in a property office ... and there wouldn't be anybody sitting there live like Darren happened to be," he said.

But he admitted, with hindsight, the investigation should have been conducted differently.

How he was tracked across the country. "We are incredibly grateful he (Darren) was able to monitor and pick him up."

A photo Dion Hayes took of himself that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
Darren said he saw a photo of Hayes in a Herald Sun story on a police appeal for information on the wanted man.

How he was tracked across the country. Source: HeraldSun
Hayes, 39, travelled thousands of kilometres across Australia, camping out, after failing to face court on child sex charges.

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
Hayes' obsession with taking "selfie" photos brought him undone after the images were automatically uploaded to his old computer, allowing Darren to track him down.

Hayes had no idea the photos he was taking on his iPad were being automatically uploaded through the computing "cloud" to his old computer - a computer he had sold to Darren five days before he had been due to face court.

Recognising the man he'd bought the computer from a month before, Darren immediately contacted police.

"There was an abundance of information on this computer - I was seeing photographs drop into a folder as he took them," Darren said.

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
"But not only would the police not take the computer away, they wouldn't even come and pick up the photos when I put them on a memory stick - they expected me to drop them off at the station.

"I was doing all their detective work for them, but they still didn't act and go and catch him."

Darren told 3AW radio on Wednesday that police thought he was a "nuff nuff".

"I just said 'no', I know better than this. I have so much information but they just weren't interested more or less," Darren said.

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
"So I rang (police reporter) Jon (Kaila) at the Herald Sun and we worked as a team for the last two to three months, just communicating and trying to track this bloke".

Darren downloaded a program to calculate the co-ordinates of where each picture was taken and plotted Hayes's travels across Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia.

He also had access to the fugitive's Facebook account and messages, as his personal page had been left open on the computer.

Darren gave this information to police and then contacted the Herald Sun.

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
On Monday evening, Hayes posted that he was back in Victoria and had run out of fuel on the Western Highway, between Horsham and Stawell.

He sent a message to his son asking to be picked up at Green Lake rest area.

Armed with Darren's information, the Herald Sun alerted police.

And at 10pm, a stunned Hayes was arrested.

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
"As a result of information to police, a 39-year-old Campbellfield man was arrested 20 minutes outside Stawell on Monday evening," Sergeant Kris Hamilton said.

"Dion Hayes faced Stawell Magistrates' Court on Tuesday and was remanded to appear at Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Friday, where he will face 22 charges including indecent acts with a child under 16, producing child pornography and other serious child sex offences between 2003 and 2011."

Darren said he was pleased justice might finally be served.

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer."It's been a long process, but I just wanted to see it through to the end. It's taken over my life for the past few months. But hopefully that's the end of it now."

A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.
- with Wayne Flower


A photo Dion Hayes took that was automatically uploaded to his old computer.

news.com.au 13 Nov 2013

It is alarming how Victoria Police had no intentions of capturing the fugitive.

Inmate costs the 'system' approximately $80,000 per year to keep behind bars.

At the moment the policy is to let criminals roam free, as the prisons are overflowing, and secondly, the masses can pay for lawyers to 'convict' criminals over and over again.

A lucurative cash cow is the 'offender'.

Victoria Police is a business / corporation that operates for profit for the 'government'.

The ABN (Australian Business Number) of Victoria Police is : 63 446 483 491

15 November 2013

Government using microwaves as stealth weapon against protesters

Projecting microwaves – whether they be from WiFi, 3G phones, Dec phones, TETRA communications systems, or from exotic government applications like weapons, is gambling with the future of humanity.

This risk extends not just to general tissue health, but also to future male and female reproductive capability.

One of many studies returns as conclusive:

“Previous studies on microwave radiation from cell phones found that the radiation from a cell phone can decrease sperm quality, and advised against men carrying cell phones in their pant pocket. This new study is the first to investigate the impact of microwave radiation from wifi-enabled laptops on sperm. In four hours of exposure, the scientists found decreased sperm motility and DNA damage.

The human sperm was exposed to a laptop computer connected to the internet with WiFi, which transmits data using pulsed microwaves.

“It is possible that the radiation generated by WiFi may produce damage in other organs like the ovaries because microwaves pass through human tissue,” says Avandano, “but it is necessary to do more research to prove it.”
Watch this video and you will likely be astounded and horrified…


From YouTube:

Barrie Trower is a British physicist and former microwave weapons expert for the Royal Navy and the British Secret Service. During the 1960′s, he was trained at the “Government Microwave Warfare Establishment”.

Barrie talks about the dangers of our wireless society and explains the technology behind it – what this technology is used for in society today, and its potential uses in the future…

21stcenturywire.com 15 Aug 2013

Another way of disbanding people who are uncomfortable to authorities.

Model Bobbie Brown is dishing the dirt about her former famous lovers

Bobbie Brown seen in Warrant's 'Cherry Pie' music video from 1990. Photo: YouTube

Outspoken southern beauty queen Bobbie Brown was 22 years old when she burst into the spotlight in 1990 as the star of the sexy Warrant music video Cherry Pie. 

A year later, she married the lead singer of the band, Jani Lane, with whom she had a daughter. After they split, Brown dated and bedded a string of famous men including Tommy Lee, Leonardo DiCaprio and Dave Navarro. Today, she's the star of Fuse's reality show Ex-Wives of Rock and her memoir, Dirty Rocker Boys comes out Nov. 26. She tells The Post her story of her days as a '90s video vixen:

I slip on a skimpy red bustier and barely-there daisy dukes in the dressing room of an LA studio. I tease my bleach-blond locks and purse my lips for the makeup artist to put on the finishing touch - a pop of cherry-red lipstick.

It's 1990, and I'm here to film another music video. I've been doing a few of them lately but, for this one, I was personally requested by the band's lead singer, Warrant's Jani Lane.

My agency said Jani saw me competing in the modelling category on Star Search and just had to have me as his video girl. Flattering, I guess, but I have a boyfriend (Matthew Nelson of the band Nelson) so it's just another job for me.

"You look so f***ing hot," Jani, decked out in ripped, skin-tight jeans and a blond mane as long as mine, says as I walk onto the set.

I smile at him, then step in front of the wind machine, cameras and crew. I feel the heat of the stage lights on me, and there's a radio playing in the background: "She's my cherry pie, cool drink of water, such a sweet surprise, tastes so good, make a grown man cry." Every eye in the room is on me, and I love it.

I've gone from the restless girl in Baton Rouge, La., stuffing her bra with her mom's socks, swooning over posters of rock stars plastered all over my bedroom wall, to a grown-up 22-year-old making those same rock stars' heads turn.

I've been living in LA since I was 18, partying on the Sunset Strip, rubbing elbows with celebs and making a name for myself by competing on Star Search for nearly a year. I was never one to set goals or really think about the future at all, so when the fame from the music video for Warrant's Cherry Pie hit - I never could have imagined what was in store for me. It was just the beginning of a decade-long dance with rock stars, partying and drugs.

Cherry Pie

When I first saw the music video, lying in bed with my boyfriend, Matthew, I knew it was different from the others. I figured I'd be in the token one or two shots, but I was on-screen as much, if not more, than the band. Me on rollerskates coming at the camera, me getting sprayed down with water, me in bed with Jani. Matthew was pissed.

And things got worse a few days after the video came out when Jani went on the Howard Stern radio show to tell the whole world: "I'm gonna marry Bobbie Brown one day."

Matthew just got more and more jealous - not just of Jani, but of the success of my music video. His music wasn't getting much attention, and here I was, getting recognised whenever we walked down the street.

People were constantly calling out, "Hey, it's the 'Cherry Pie' girl!" It felt strange and a little silly. Growing up in the South, my mom had taught me to be humble.

Eventually, Matthew and I split - I told him his twin brother and band mate, Gunnar, was making passes at me, and he sided with his brother. To get under his skin, I did what I knew would make him irate: I called Jani.

Days later, Jani flew me to a concert in my home state of Louisiana for our first date. And it wasn't long until we were an item. Mr Cherry Pie landed his Ms Cherry Pie - it was a match made in hair-band heaven.

Four months later, I was pregnant. I was so young, and I was scared. Things were going well with Jani, but I was trying to think of every reason not to marry him. But the pregnancy seemed like a sign from God - and on July 15, 1991, we got hitched.

We were married for about three years. I loved Jani, but he drank a lot and he could be mean when he was drinking. When I found out he was cheating on me, I couldn't forgive that. And I left him.

I'd been doing coke for years, but my drug habit got even worse after we split. One weekend, I left my daughter with my mom and jetted down to Miami for a modelling gig and went on a major bender. Tommy Lee, the Motley Crue drummer and object of my teenage affections, was there, too. He was hanging out with a friend of mine.

The three of us went out to the club Velvet on our last night in town before my mom brought my baby daughter, Taylar, out for a visit. After I did the last bit of blow I had, I was an emotional wreck. I ended the night holed up in the bathroom crying about what a terrible mother I was.

The next day, my mom convinced me to go to rehab.

When I got back to LA, I started getting calls from Tommy. He and my friend had parted ways and suddenly he was interested in me. He'd leave messages for me yelling, "You're so f***ing hot!"

And it wasn't just phone calls. There were flowers. Lots of flowers. Dozens of orchid bouquets because they were the most fragrant. My house smelled and looked like a solarium.

I was so attracted to Tommy - I had been since I was a teenager. But I was scared s***tless. I'd heard stories about him, and I thought to myself, "I don't know if I can keep up with this freak!"

Bobbie Brown in Warrant's 'Cherry Pie' music video from 1990. Photo: YouTube
Bobbie Brown in Warrant's ‘Cherry Pie’ music video from 1990. Photo: YouTube
I started hanging out with him, but it was months before I'd even let him kiss me. But after that first kiss, it was on.

The sex with Tommy was mind-blowing. And the rumours about him are true.

"Dear God, it's like a baby's arm!" I thought the first time I saw him naked.

From that night on, I knew I was in love with him.

I saw flashes of his anger in the early days, but I didn't care. The seat of my pants were on fire for him - we were having sex at least three times a day.

My daughter and I moved in with Tommy into his Malibu mansion. The rent was $8,000 a month, we had four cars and Tommy spoiled me with crazy items like $10,000 leather pants.

Six months into our relationship, in the summer of 1994, Tommy wanted to take things to the next level.

"I wanna wife you, Bobbie," he said over dinner at the Four Seasons. With tears in my eyes, I said, "Yes."

The four-carat engagement ring was barely over my finger when Pamela Anderson entered the picture.

My new fiancé and I were out one night at Bar One on the Sunset Strip when Pamela approached us. I, of course, knew who she was because people were constantly confusing the two of us - two big-busted blond bombshells. But that night, my doppelganger was on a mission.

"Tommy, I've been dying to meet you!" Pamela gushed. Looking back now, she was clearly on a mission. But back then, I didn't think much of it.

Our engaged bliss didn't last for long. Tommy was so jealous, I couldn't hang out with my friends without him there, and he had a phone service screen all the calls to the house so he'd know who I was talking to.

Then, his anger turned to violence. One night we got home from a party, and I provoked Tommy by bugging him about bringing his friend home with us that night.

As my 2-year-old daughter looked on, Tommy choked me. He had me by the throat up against a wall.
I grew up in an abusive home and had vowed I wouldn't let my daughter grow up that way, too. I was madly in love with Tommy, but I knew I had to leave.

I moved us out of his beautiful home into a condo in Studio City.

I got a call from Tommy four days later.

"I'm in Cancun with Pamela Anderson. We have sex toys. I'm going to f*** her really hard," he said on my answering machine.

I knew he was just trying to hurt me, but did I think he would marry her a couple of days later? Not a clue.

My friend was there with them and called giving me the play-by-play of the nuptials.

Once I knew they'd sealed the deal, I went and sat on my toilet and cried.

Bobbie Brown in Warrant's 'Cherry Pie' music video from 1990. Photo: YouTube
Bobbie Brown in Warrant's ‘Cherry Pie’ music video from 1990. Photo: YouTube
I was the one who ended it with Tommy, but somehow, it didn't really feel like the end for us.

After the news came out that Pam and Tommy tied the knot, I started getting more job offers. I got calls from Playboy, which Pam had done already, as well as Baywatch, the TV show she starred on. Everyone thought drama would mean more sales and ratings, I guess.

I was cool with it - might as well make some money on my misery. But Pam was not having it. She told Hugh Hefner and her producers it was either her or me. They chose her.

Things went from bad to worse. My drug use spiralled out of control. I'd graduated to meth to try to keep my weight down. And with one marriage and one engagement blown up in my face - I partied to make myself feel better.

One night at Grand Ville, I ran into Leonardo DiCaprio, a baby-faced 21-year-old actor who'd just had a hit with The Basketball Diaries. I knew him from the clubs, he was always coming up to me saying, "You're going to be my girlfriend one day." But I was with Tommy, and he was just way too young for me. I was five years his senior.

But after the breakup, I was hate-f***ing whoever out of anger.

We went back to his place that night. Leo had barrettes pulling back his dirty blond hair. He turned on some music and started singing the TLC song Waterfalls to me. It was weird - I wasn't into it at all.

But when I pulled his pants down I was like, "Holy s***." I'd just been with Tommy Lee, but Leo looked huge. After that, he put on a condom while I went down on him and then we had sex. But the whole thing was awkward, and we didn't hang out much after that.

After another wild night at the club, I went back to Kevin Costner's place and was so lit I threw a lit cigarette into his bedroom and nearly set his house on fire. But we never had sex.

The next guy I really had feelings for was Mark McGrath, the lead singer of Sugar Ray. I adored Mark. And he was so funny, he could've been a comedian. He was the only person who could really make me laugh and bring me out of my funk after my split with Tommy.

But there was a catch.

We'd been hanging out for a few months when we went to Leo's birthday party together (ironically). This chick comes up to me and says, "Hi Bobbie, I'm Mark's girlfriend."

I was floored. Clearly this woman knew about me and Mark, but I had no idea who she was.

Things eventually faded out with Mark, and I was on to the next one. Dave Navarro, guitarist for Jane's Addiction and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, was the first guy I felt crazy passion for since Tommy. But the first night I met him was truly freaky.

My friend called to tell me she's over at Dave's house after a night at the club and invited me over.

The tattooed rock star opened the door naked with a shotgun wearing a feather boa and sunglasses.

"I'm so glad you came," he said. "I'm downstairs f ***ing that starf***er. I'll put on a video."

It was a video of Dave masturbating. I was beyond weirded out, but I played it cool until he came upstairs with my friend, walked her out and slapped a sticker that said "starf***er" on her back.
Umm, OK.

But I stayed and Dave made the whole night about me - he was sweet, funny and charming. By the next morning, we were finishing each other's sentences. But we didn't hook up. I was scared to fall too hard for Dave. He was a heroin addict, and I had a daughter to think about.

We hung out for months before we finally kissed. That night, I freaked out and lied to Dave, saying I had a boyfriend.

Things were never the same after that night - he couldn't trust me.

I regret lying to him. I have a lot of regrets about my heyday as a video vixen.

I lost so much time to drugs and gave up so many opportunities while my priority was the men in my life. I squandered meetings with Robert De Niro, Steven Spielberg and Jive Records because I was too high to take them seriously or because I was too busy focusing on a boyfriend or husband.

But my biggest regret is missing out on time with my daughter. She is the true love of my life, and I feel like I wasn't good enough for her. She's a happy, well-adjusted 22-year-old woman now, in college, on the Dean's list at a college in Louisiana. I'm so proud of her, but it kills me that I'll never get the time back that I missed out on when she was young.

I finally kicked the drugs after my dad and stepdad died in 2005. And, after that, for the first time in my life, I got a normal 9-to-5 job. I was the assistant to a guy who owned an agency for dogs. It was humbling. People would say to me, "Didn't you used to be famous?" It was embarrassing. But it was what I needed.

Funnily enough, fame came knocking again when a camera crew came into the office to film a reality show about the agency in 2010. That show fell through, but the producers thought I could hold my own reality show.

The following year, in 2011, my ex-husband, Jani, died of acute alcohol poisoning. He was 47 years old. And although we'd been apart for years, his death destroyed me. Telling Taylar that her dad died was one of the hardest things I've had to do. But it made me want to succeed for her.

Now, I'm on the Fuse network reality show Ex-Wives of Rock and I've got my memoir, Dirty Rocker Boys coming out Nov. 26. I may be back in the spotlight, but I'm doing it different this time. It took me 20 years, but I finally have a goal for myself - to be secure and have success and financial security for my family.

I'm 44 years old and single these days, and back in Studio City, just five minutes from where I lived with Jani. I'm happier than I've ever been. I'd love to get married again, but relationships are no longer my priority.

news.com.au  15 Nov 2013

In order to keep the cannon fodder amused, besotted and seduced with the Hollywood Whore machine, an article of this calibre and length is put on display.

Your apparent goal is to bed Hollywood's drug induced (supported by authorities AND Hollywood) losers and to be demeaned a cheap Hollywood whore for the rest of your 'sentence' there.

Your entire existence is AND worth is based on how f***ing hot you look.

A definite improvement from a boring / meaningless existence in a dead end 9-5 job.

Puppets of the Hollywood financiers.

Why creating memes is illegal in Australia


DO you know that sharing a meme in this country makes you a criminal? 

That's right. Condescending Wonka, Li'll Bub and Ryan Gosling's hey girl are all crimes under Australian copyright law.

In fact by sharing a YouTube video you could face five years in jail and a fine of $93,500.

According to section 132A part 2 of the Copyright Act, "distributing an infringing article that prejudicially affects the copyright owner" is against the law.

So that pretty much makes everything you do on Facebook, Reddit, Twitter and YouTube completely illegal.

Even sharing a photo of yourself from the social pages of the newspaper is illegal.

Australian Copyright Is Broken

Say you get snapped partying it up and you want to share your new found social celebrity status on your Instagram account, you are committing a crime.

All of this means that millions of Australians knowingly or unknowingly break the law every day.

Well, now the Australian Digital Alliance is trying to change all that with a campaign demonstrating how Australian copyright law is broken.

The ADA wants a fair use provision added to Australian copyright law that allows people to share, copy or recreate works so long as they don't take revenue away from copyright owners or harm them in any other way.

The executive producer of the campaign, comedian Dan Ilic told news.com.au that it is not about piracy but about culture.

"This campaign is not about ripping off things and reselling it for profit," he said. "It's about how young people tell stories. Culture shouldn't be outlawed."

Attorney General, Senator George Brandis told news.com.au that The Australian Law Reform Commission is currently conducting an inquiry into Copyright and the Digital Economy.

"The Government will consider the recommendations of the final report when it is received later in November 2013," he said.

"No final decisions will be made until after consideration of the ALRC report and consultations with all stakeholders."

Though few people have ever been prosecuted for sharing or creating memes or videos, it has been known to happen.

Juice Media - a YouTube channel devoted to rapping the news - was recently targeted by the courts for having WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange record a parody of John Farnham's "You're the Voice".

The record label that owns the song issued YouTube with a take-down notice for copyright violation and it was forced to remove the video from the site.

Ilic says Juice Media were "bullied by record labels even though they were acting inside the boundaries of the law" because the video was a satire and therefore protected by Australian fair dealing provisions.

"That's not very fair at all," he said.

Believe it or not it is illegal to share this image under Australian copyright law. Source: Supplied
Believe it or not it is illegal to share this image under Australian copyright law. Australian copyright laws are currently undergoing a review by the government.
Ilic says that a continuation of Australia's "antiquated" attitude to copyright "breeds contempt for the law".

"It means people think it's OK to disobey the law," he said.

The ADA wants you to get involved by sharing creative works you have created on its website, be it a meme, mashup, remix or even a cruel but funny photoshop job of you and your friends.

"In six months time, in February we will take that body of work to the Attorney General's office and teach the old people who live in Canberra who make the laws how young people are making things," Ilic said.

James d'Apice, associate at Fox & Staniland Lawyers agreed that Australian copyright law is broken but disagreed that a US style fair use exception would be a silver bullet.

Rather he said the ADA's real goal seems to be a "creativity exception" that says "my remix is culturally valuable and so I should be excused from having to seek a license because of its cultural value".

"All of that would have to be couched in the commercial terms as well," he said.

"What I really like about the argument of groups like this is the point that it's so easy to breach copyright and we all do it and it is never enforced. This leads us to the exact point they make: that it's breeding contempt for our laws.

"If I can download one movie, ten movies, one song, ten albums, every album I own and no-one's going to hassle me about it then what's the point in having those laws in the first place?" he said.

news.com.au 13 Nov 2013

Australia is still a prison isle, created by the corporatocracy FOR the exclusive benefit to the corporations.

The example "Even sharing a photo of yourself from the social pages of the newspaper is illegal." indicated how enslaved the masses really are.

Politicians, law makers, judges ' magistrates, law enforcers (police) barristers, solicitors, lawyers, doctors and the like are part of the group of the untouchables. This is a fact that the corporate media are withholding from general knowledge.