Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Parliamentary debates on Queensland Police corruption from 1984
WITH HONOUR WE SERVE
Within the first line of an article by The Guardian from August this year, on Queensland police corruption, it is stated that:
"The culture is now far worse than before the Fitzgerald reforms, advocates say"
One did not realise that corruption was a 'culture' but rather lack of it.
In any event what else would one expect from a colony whose police where actual convicts, i.e. not people of 'honour', where this is reflected in the 'culture' today.
See Hansard (Parliamentary Debates) on the topic of Queensland police corruption from 18 September 1984.
Please note: that official government documents have known to be falsified.
See the article mentioned above: