The role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha: Part 3f:- Was her death a Proxy Murder? Check the video.

Was Jacintha Saldanha’s death a proxy murder? Check the following video link and decide for yourself. Note that you will need the sound turned up for part 1 and that you will so a real proxy murder occur in slow motion. It is video that people under 18 should NOT look at.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0Ts3DLmd4M

ACMA Report 2729  https://www.google.com.au/search?q=ACMA%20REPORT%202729&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&source=hp&channel=np

Below are the URL addresses for 2 ACMA reports that may have contributed to the “global environment of recklessness’ that led to 2Day FM deciding that it was okay to break the law and secretly record the conversation with Jacintha and then broadcast it.

ACMA Report 2780

http://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CDEQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.acma.gov.au%2Fwebwr%2F_assets%2Fmain%2Flib410172%2Fsas-report_2780.doc&ei=Wl3EULnFLLGhiAfi8YCoBA&usg=AFQjCNE7HruskkTusq2esgAMxAKlZJTgjA

  1. Clause 7(1)(h) of Schedule 2 of the Australian Broadcasting Services Act specifies that “… the licensee will not use broadcasting services in the commission of an offense against another Act or a law of a State or Territory.”
  2. Secretly recording the telephone conversation was an indictable offense that carries a penalty of up to 5 years in jail and/or a $250,000 fine for an individual and a fine of up to $500,000 for an organization.
  3. The previous blog reveals that the ACMA is trying to ignore this statute law and write of 2Day FM’s actions a just a “prank.”
  4. It was not a prank; it was a commercial decision that tried to “trump the regulators’ by violating federal and NSW laws that prohibit the secret recording of telephone calls.
  5. Like “News of the World”, 2Day FM broke the law.
  6. The penalty should be the same, i.e. shut down , but since a person died, those responsible should answer in a criminal court and not in the mass media or through a behind closed doors, out-of-court compensation payment for that protects no-one from the ‘next’ potentially lethal incident.

Ron Medlicott (A Christian advocate for welfare justice.)

Note: (A) The short link for this URL is http://wp.me/p1n8TZ-bo

(B) I am a teacher, not a lawyer; the word “advocate” refers to a viewpoint, not a profession.

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2 Responses to The role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha: Part 3f:- Was her death a Proxy Murder? Check the video.

  1. Megafiles.co says:

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    • yadnarie48 says:

      You have to do the research, get the facts, and then write to politicians and bureaucrats knowing that you will either be ignored, shafted or given the brush off, or even hit with secret confidential classifications or suppression orders that can see you jailed at the pleasure of Parliament. Do expect your telephone line to stop working or your mobile phone stops accessing the Internet until you reset it. Emails may be delayed for days/weeks or never arrive whilst urgent SMS’s may take 3 days to arrive. Expect abuse from people who disagree and even the odd death threat, e.g. “watch ya back and keep a close eye on ya family” CLICK.

      So long as you are truthful and can put up with all of the above, it is really easy!

      I recently had some fantastic feedback from a welfare recipient who had been hit with the Centrelink 6 week rule scam. That person read my blog, fronted up to Centrelink with a copy of the 6 week rule (Centrelink waiver of debt due fo Centrelink error, paragraph 1,237a on page 604 of the Social security Act) and demanded that Centrelink pay back the money that had been ripped off. Centrelink paid up and the person then stood on my front doorstep and joyfully shouted “I am not a victim.” It is the little moments like that that really make it all worth while.

      If Ben Barboza and his kids can use the information that I have provided to force the Australian Government to cough up $4.3 million+ in compensation for having failed to protect a member of the public (Jacintha Saldanha) from illegal activity by 2day FM, then I’ll be happy to add my 20 cents worth of tax to fund this compensation payout.

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