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Part 44(A) Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. Cardinal George Pell, his lawyers, and about 1.5 Billion Catholic Christians need to read this letter to Victorian Supreme Court Justice Macaulay. (So also does every Australian.)

Cardinal George Pell, his lawyers, and about 1.5 Billion Catholic Christians, including the Pope, need to read this letter to a Victorian Supreme Court judge, Justice Macaulay. This is the 1st, and at 3,510 words, the shortest of 3 letters … Continue reading

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Part 28: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. Why are the “irrelevant” breaching fatalities legally Crimes against Humanity?

Australia’s “No show. No Dole” laws are more than unconstitutional; the violate Article 7 of the Rome Statute and Australian criminal laws. Protected from prosecution by Australian law enforcement agencies, there may be valid legal grounds for an investigation under Article 17.2 of the Rome Statute. Continue reading

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Part 21: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. Once more the Federal Police are asked to investigate these crimes.

Based upon available such as the Denley Letter and Federal Agent Pearce, both of which have been published in a number of previous Ronald’s space postings, it appears that the policy of the The Australian Federal Police is to officially … Continue reading

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Part 8(b): Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity. Has “Bronnie”, the former Queen of the skies cleared the way for a Federal Police investigation?

When it comes to Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity, I anticipate that the Australian Federal Police will continue with the same policies and practices in regard to the manner in which some federal politicians abuse the “Entitlements Fund”, a pool … Continue reading

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Beyond the High Court’s statutory fiction decision: It is time to put “Quotagate” under the microscope.

Given the choice between owning up to a mistake they had made that could cost taxpayers up to $11.4 Billion in compensation, or committing a Crime against Humanity by voting in support of “statutory fiction”, human rights violating legislation that … Continue reading

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Beyond the High Court’s “Jailgate” decisions: Did the Federal Police let the Howard Government get away with mass murder?

Did the Federal Police let the Howard Government get away with mass murder is a crucial question that ADF leaders, auto industry workers and voters should all give serious consideration to?  [Note: the short link URL for this web page … Continue reading

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Beyond the Jacintha Saldanha Inquest: The Australian High Court has trashed 15,000 welfare recipient fraud convictions, a testament to the power of one determined welfare recipient.

On May 8th 2013, the Australian High Court trashed 15,000 of Centrelink’s welfare recipient fraud convictions. The details are at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-05-08/high-court-says-welfare-fraud-law-is-a-statutory/4677290 The Howard government spent $10 million running this Centrelink advertising campaign in 2005-06. The problem with these “10 prosecutions … Continue reading

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