From judges accepting bribes ranging from 'free' printers to cards loaded up with cash that can be withdrawn from ATM's at the rate of $1000 per day, Australia's so called 'justice' system is nothing more than white collar criminals running an extortion racket, where you are deceived, coerced, intimidated or beaten into submissiveness / compliance / contractual agreement.
Oh, don't worry 'justice' will be served, with the judicature and all it's minions supporting the fraud.
It's not only about what you read (on the internet), but also what you do not.
Many a case has been erased from the archives so that the masses do not get an idea of what's really going on in the place of business / trading / commerce commonly known as the court, so that they do not apply this for their benefit.
A sore point of many Australians is a (necessary?) evil called TAX, where the conversation may follow for those in the know that the ATO (Australian Tax Office) is not a legal entity and therefore cannot 'tax' you.
But what proof would one have of this?
Where would one turn to, to obtain this information?
Well, as many a learned 'natural' person may tell you, the [bible?] for Australasian legal information would be the Australasian Legal Information Institute, but of course, with the internet address of www.austlii.edu.au
Let's go there and find a tax case called...... hhmmmmm...... Moeliker v Chapman as "someone on the internet told me".
No problems you say....
A simple search for the month of May in the year 2000 will give you the following results:
Hmmmm no Moeliker v Chapman  HCA xxx (17 May 2000) in the above illustration taken from austlii.edu.au on the 11th of May 2015.
So, in summary the case (that the ATO is not a legal entity) is NOT available for the public to download.
Bit of a bugger that....
The transcript of the case is available at:
In order to obtain the above file, you need to login to a Google account.
There are plenty of other court cases that are hidden from the public, that expose the corruption of Australia's 'justice' system.
If you have any documentation that has been removed or altered from the 'archives' please contact us so this information can be replicated to many other places, of course in the interest of 'good governance' and for 'the people'.