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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 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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The Hanger Royal Commission appears to be politically biased, i.e. pro Tony Abbott and anti ALP.

I believe that the Hanger Royal Commission may be extremely biased and so I have written a statutory declaration that will be passed on to lawyers representing people at this inquiry. [The short link to this posting is  http://wp.me/p1n8TZ-ka (Please … Continue reading

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