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Part 51. Australia’s “irrelevant” holocaust. What His Holiness, Pope Francis, and the world’s Catholic community need to know about the sentencing of Archbishop Wilson.

Magistrate Robert Stone would have been faced with a serious legal problem with the sentencing of Archbishop Wilson because the content of this letter. As the content below reveals, if the Newcastle Local Court registrar, Damian Bultitude, had not blocked … Continue reading

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Part 49. Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against humanity. Who knew? The Kingsford Legal Centre knew.

The Kingsford Legal Centre, part of the University of New South Wales, is the 2nd legal organization to be named in a series of ‘WHO KNEW‘ videos exposing legal groups, mass media entities, politicians and public servants who “ought to … Continue reading

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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 43F. Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity – the false assumption in Coroner Michael Barnes Lindt Inquest Report that could result in further fatalities.

It appears that there was a false assumption made by the New South Wales Coroner, Michael Barnes, that could result in more on-going terrorist motivated deaths across Australia, for he wrongly assumed that the Lindt Café attack was the first … Continue reading

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Part 43 B. Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. AAT 2016/5334 decision part of a complaint lodged with the Tasmanian Ombudsman along with a request for a police investigation of the Robo-debt Fraud.

Robo-debt is a criminal abuse of power and any fatalities triggered by this criminal activity are murders in every state and territory in Australia. The above screen capture is part of an email sent to Clare.Hopkins@Ombudsman.tas.gov.au at 4.30 PM yesterday. … Continue reading

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Part 43A. Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity. AAT 2016/5334 – the points of law in this appeal that can be used by any Digital Data Fiction Fraud (2D2F) victim.

AAT 2016.5334 was a “nolle contendere” win because it was based upon points of law contained in the Australian constitution, statute laws and several case law decisions. Anyone can use the AAT 2016/5334 decision as a means of defeating the … Continue reading

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Part 42E. Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. AAT 2016/5334 may be a legal precedent that could cripple the national budget and bankrupt federal politicians.

Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity have hit a major legal snag. One potential consequence of the AAT 2016/5334 “Nole contendere” decision in favour of the welfare recipient that I represented was that this decision is potentially a legal precedent that … Continue reading

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