Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Of corrupt bastards? And CCTV . . .



















Sent to the Australian Federal Police & the Queensland Police on Wednesday 3rd March 2010 . . .

"Further comprehensive info for the Australian Federal Police, and the Queensland Police, re the complete failure of any Australian police force to investigate the supply and export of 4.2 kg of marijuana in Australia, as played out in one of the most high-profile drug cases of the century. Maybe this Sydney Morning Herald journalist (March 5 2005), should apply for a job in the AFP, as they appear better qualified than any of the present incumbents . . . This information is totally damning . . .


That should supply both the AFP, and the Queensland Police, with some solid facts, and solid information to go on - and maybe now, while both forces are finally doing what they should have six years ago, all of us can express our disgust at the obvious. Allegedly Corrupt AFP cop Mark Standen was running the whole show at Sydney Airport, same time, same day, same terminal, while a young woman with her whole life before her was hung out to dry.

I will also be contacting both forces by the end of this week, and asking very direct questions as to why, considering very serious criminal offences had been committed in Australia e.g., the supply and export of 4.2 kg of marijuana (obviously related to organised crime in this country), all CCTV footage wasn't automatically preserved at once. Though I guess that's a bit hard to do when you've got corrupt bastards, turning off the cameras, or getting their mates to do it."