Monthly Archives: November 2015

Part 11: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity:- “…“…the matter should proceed to trial on that date”.

“…the matter should proceed to trial on that date” said the Crown Law lawyer representing the Department of Social Security. “Thank you” said the presiding Administrative Appeals Tribunal Member who then moved on to discuss whether or not another conference … Continue reading

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Part 10: Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity. Is the Hellicar Decision the key to millions of people filing a class action law2 suit against the federal government?

Can millions of Australians who have the dole turned off for alleged “Breach of contract” or have been the victims of unconstitutional tort actions to recover alleged over-payments actually reverse the situation and sue the Federal Government for violation of … Continue reading

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Part 9: Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity. The day the High Court ruled against in-house legal decisions by ‘regulatory authorities’, e.g. Centrelink.

One of the powerhouse forces driving Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity is the illegal ‘legal decisions’ routinely made by Centrelink. These decisions come in 2 basic categories: Breaching – the ‘legal’ determination by that welfare recipients have “breached” their Mutual … Continue reading

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