A look into Corporate fraud in Australia, Stranglehold of Monopolies, Telecommunications Oppression, Biased Law System, Corporate influence in politics, Industrial Relations disadvantaging workers, Outsourcing Australian Jobs, Offshore Banking, Petrochemical company domination, Invisibly Visible.
It's not what you see, it's what goes on behind the scenes.
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA (ABN: 122 104 616)
Australia's Prime Minister (CEO) Tony Abbott : "Australia is Open for Business"
Exposing the corrupt to the core nature of the Australian
judicature is a hard ask, especially when no one wants to 'come to the party', i.e. met
with denials, silence supported by a policy of punishing whistleblowers.
With the information that (magistrate) Rod Higgins'
judgements / orders were made under the influence of his 'partner' 23 year old
court clerk Ashleigh Petrie making it into the 'public domain', many of his orders are unlawful.
But it does not stop there.
Ms. Petrie was also involved with another magistrate
Constantinos "Costas" Kilias, therefore casting a doubt over his judgements /
The (toxic) culture within Australia's judicature is kept
under wraps, as it works against the benefit of the general population, where action
on ex-parte orders are just one example.
The 'problem' with obtaining any information now from Ms
Petrie is that she is no longer alive, killed in an apparent
accident in Metung, East Gippsland.
A treasure trove of information has been lost in her untimely
death which will be for the benefit of the toxic courts.
Pity the corrupt judicature remains intact.
So who is going to take a class action lawsuit against the unlawful orders of the magistrates involved?
Will the mainstream media keep quite on the unlawful orders by the magistrates?
Former superintendent charged over attempts to influence investigations
A former police superintendent charged with misconduct in public office will front court on Monday, more than a year after officers from the state’s corruption watchdog raided his home on the Mornington Peninsula.
Paul Rosenblum is accused of trying to influence police investigations during his time with Victoria Police, including in a number of senior roles related to procurement and the awarding of police contracts to third parties.
Mr Rosenblum, who recently left the force, is also a former Yarra Ranges police inspector and represented the force as a security adviser at the Australian Security Summit in 2018.
Investigators from the state's Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) descended on Mr Rosenblum’s bayside home in June 2018, where they seized a number of items including firearms and computers as part of Operation Dawson.
Last week they charged the former superintendent
with misconduct in public office following a lengthy investigation.
He’s accused of accessing information from internal Victoria Police
systems and contacting those involved in investigations that were
unrelated to his role.
The Police Association is understood to be funding his legal defence.
week IBAC revealed the agency had charged 16 people with various
offences during the 2018-19 financial year under various state and
accessed the police database, LEAP, without authorisation and in 2016
deceived locksmiths to fraudulently take possession of houses in Malvern
East, Chadstone, Brooklyn and three rural properties in Willaura, about
230 kilometres west of Melbourne.
Her colleague, Inspector David Manly, will return to court next month
after recently admitting he lied under oath to IBAC investigators after being caught with a mobile phone that he claimed to have destroyed.
a married 74-year-old, had used the mobile phone to contact Rossi over a
period of more than six years and hid the phone when IBAC officers
attended his Lara home.
The corruption watchdog also charged other
senior police officers this year including Commander Stuart Bateson,
51, who is accused of disclosing "restricted matters".