Monthly Archives: December 2018

Part 52i Australia’s “Appropriate Compliance Measures Murders” – Does the landmark 1935 “Golden Thread” decision ‘hang’ the lethal Robo Debt fraud?

The “Golden Thread” may be the key to stopping Australia’s “appropriate compliance measures” murders. Secretly classified, unreported and officially “irrelevant”, these murders may number more than 100,000. Continue reading

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