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Part 7(a). Beyond Amato. An email to a NSW barrister, Nick Avengelo, brainstorming the Amato decision and its broader implications for automated fines, Centrelink’s lethal rip-offs, and even criminal convictions.

The Amato decision could invalid 30 years of Robo-debt rip-off. It could also be a precedent that invalidates decades of speed camera fines and the new Phone-cam infringement notices. Picture source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8067129/How-courts-let-hundreds-drivers-caught-texting-new-mobile-phone-detection-cameras.html Warning: This is a 14,500 word section of … Continue reading

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Part 52H Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. “COPS INVESTIGATE MINISTER” – Page 1 banner heading of The Advertiser

Chapman-gate is being investigated and Commissioner Grant Stevens is trying to keep a tight lid on the investigation. THE ADVERTISER – PAGE 1 on the 15TH NOVEMBER 2018 NOTE: The short link URL for this posting is:   https://wp.me/p1n8TZ-1fN See Part … Continue reading

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