Monthly Archives: February 2013

The role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha. Part 3k: Holocausts are Acts of State Terror as an Australian Senator just found out.

The link between Jacintha Saldanha and Senator Nick Xenophon is summed up in just 3 words, “Australia’s Covert Holocaust.” Last weekend, an Australian senator, Nick Xenophon, was detained for 18 hours by Malaysian security and then deported because he had … Continue reading

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The role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha. Part 3j:- A Statutory Declaration to the inquest.

A statutory declaration to the Westminster Coroner’s Court inquest into the death of Jacintha Saldanha. This declaration was certified on 23rd January by a Justice of the Peace who works in the office of Lee Odenwalder, a member of the … Continue reading

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The role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha. Part 3i:- The response to the Vice Regal cop-out.

Below is my response to Governor-General Quentin Bryce’s attempt to avoid Vice Regal responsibility for a humanitarian disaster that has taken the lives of an unknown number of people. ============================================================= Re your letter dated 1 February 2013. Your statement that … Continue reading

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The role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha. Part 3h:- The Vice Regal cop-out.

The Australian Governor-General wants to duck the issue of Jacintha Saldanha’s death as this  “Pontius Pilate –  wash my hands of the matter” response clearly illustrates: Australia’s incredibly shonky mass media safety standards are one of the prime reasons why … Continue reading

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The role of Australian mass media regulations in Jacintha Saldanha’s death: Part 3g: “A high test for prohibited behaviours.”

Did the following official ACMA statement play a role in Jacintha Saldanha’s death: “Use of the words ‘intense’, ‘serious’, and ‘severe’ indicate that the Code contemplates a very strong reaction and sets a high test for the prohibited behaviours. It … Continue reading

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