Thursday, May 20, 2010

Schapelle Corby & Australia's Integrity Commissioner, Philip Moss
















This is Australia's Integrity Commissioner Philip Moss - and this is a formal complaint to Philip Moss . . . cc every member (Ms M Parke MP Chair, Deputy Chair and Senators Carol Brown, Cameron, Fielding, Fierravanti-Wells, Parry and Mr Chester, Mr Debus, Mr Hayes and Mr Keenan), of the The Secretariat of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

Dear Philip,

Here is a very simple summary of my very recent complaint to Queensland's Criminal Misconduct Commission, re the Schapelle Corby issues. Please now regard these issues/complaints as formally in your "Lap" now (as well).

These matters (quite obviously), involve potential corrupt collusion between Federal and State (Queensland), police - and as such, it's a national matter (falling within your area of responsibility), involving the production, supply and export of $40,000 worth of marijuana. These are all crimes in THIS country, and crimes which were never investigated.

Queensland's Police Minister, Neil Roberts, appears to be saying that the production and supply of this marijuana in Australia, most likely Queensland until investigations prove otherwise (two very definite crimes), are a Federal matter, which is something I'm trying to clarify with him now. I'm still awaiting a response from him on that, as Queensland Police Commissioner Bob Atkinson point blank refused to provide me with that requested clarification, as clearly documented in my communication with Martin Moynihan of the CMC, here.

In any case, "Export" of these drugs through an Australian airport is quite clearly a Federal crime (in Australia), and it's a crime report AFP Chief Tony Negus has point blank refused to respond on, as documented here in my communication with Martin Moynihan. Please investigate, and report on, this AFP failure - and also investigate (and report on), which police force (Federal or State), is responsible for investigating the Australian production, and the Australian supply, of the drugs that were found in Schapelle's bag. If you need any further clarification on those requests, please don't hesitate to contact me. The simple summary of my complaint to Queensland's CMC should (I feel), provide you with all the necessary detail.

Further, as you can quite clearly see, my communications to date with Queensland's CMC have been bizarre (to say the least), as they point blank refuse to provide me with simplest information, as fully documented . . .


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I'll call you this afternoon, to confirm you have this formal complaint, and to garner some detail on the official complaints process (policies and procedures).

Regards, Kim

Addit to the above

I rang Philip's office after sending that communication, to confirm it had been received. However, only certain people are able to access complaints (for security reasons), and that person had left for the day. I thinks that's an excellent policy in general, but probably a bit redundant in this particular case, when the only "Disinfectant" left is large (and oft repeated), doses of sunlight.

However, Philip has some excellent people in his employ, people who seem to understand their responsibilities to the public, who listen respectfully, answer questions to the best of their ability and don't put the phone down on people mid-sentence. Thank you. People like you are worth your weight in gold. However, I did warn the conscientious that they, and anyone like them, would not be allowed to follow through on this investigation, by their superiors. Let's see how prophetic those words are . . . I'll call back in a week's time to check on progress.

And yes (thank you), concerns expressed about public complaints are completely legitimate, and completely understandable in the normal run of things - but six years of doing things behind "Closed doors" has left a woman barely hanging on to life . . .

Addit to the above, Monday 24th May 2010

I rang ACLEI around 4.50pm, and spoke to "Peter" in "Investigations," to definitely confirm that they have this correspondence (above). Peter confirmed that they do have it, but wanted the info in the body of email, so I sent him the email below. I said I'd call him back tomorrow (he said mid-morning would be convenient), just to confirm once more, that this very important correspondence has been received (addit, also sent "Peter" this second email, which contains a raft of legitimate questions for ACLEI):

From: Kim Bax

Subject: To Peter in investigations/from Kim Bax

Date: 24 May 2010 5:00:14 PM AEST

To: contact@aclei.gov.au


Hi Peter, I just spoke to you on the phone, and you requested I send the info/complaint (re the Schapelle Corby issues), in the body of an email, which I'm doing (below). No worries. However, as you'll see, the letter also links to quite a bit of background info which you'll also need to read. If you have any trouble at all accessing those links via this email, you will be able to do that here . . .


Hope that helps, all the very best, Kim

Dear Philip,

Here is a very simple summary of my very recent complaint to Queensland's Criminal Misconduct Commission, re the Schapelle Corbyissues. Please now regard these issues/complaints as formally in your "Lap" now (as well).

These matters (quite obviously), involve potential corrupt collusion between Federal and State (Queensland), police - and as such, it's a national matter (falling within your area of responsibility), involving the production, supply and export of $40,000 worth of marijuana. These are all crimes in THIS country, and crimes which were never investigated.

Queensland's Police Minister, Neil Roberts, appears to be saying that the production and supply of this marijuana in Australia, most likely Queensland until investigations prove otherwise (two very definite crimes), are a Federal matter, which is something I'm trying to clarifywith him now. I'm still awaiting a response from him on that, asQueensland Police Commissioner Bob Atkinson point blank refused to provide me with that requested clarification, as clearly documented in my communication with Martin Moynihan of the CMC, here.

In any case, "Export" of these drugs through an Australian airport is quite clearly a Federal crime (in Australia), and it's a crime report AFP Chief Tony Negus has point blank refused to respond on, as documented here in my communication with Martin Moynihan. Please investigate, and report on, this AFP failure - and also investigate (and report on), which police force (Federal or State), is responsible for investigating the Australian production, and the Australian supply, of the drugs that were found in Schapelle's bag. If you need any further clarification on those requests, please don't hesitate to contact me. The simple summary of my complaint to Queensland's CMC should (I feel), provide you with all the necessary detail.

Further, as you can quite clearly see, my communications to date with Queensland's CMC have been bizarre (to say the least), as they point blank refuse to provide me with simplest information, as fully documented . . .


and


and


and


And finally


I'll call you this afternoon, to confirm you have this formal complaint, and to garner some detail on the official complaints process (policies and procedures).

Regards, Kim

Addit to the above

I rang Philip's office after sending that communication, to confirm it had been received. However, only certain people are able to access complaints (for security reasons), and that person had left for the day. I thinks that's an excellent policy in general, but probably a bit redundant in this particular case, when the only "Disinfectant" left is large (and oft repeated), doses of sunlight.

However, Philip has some excellent people in his employ, people who seem to understand their responsibilities to the public, who listen respectfully, answer questions to the best of their ability and don't put the phone down on people mid-sentence. Thank you. People like you are worth your weight in gold. However, I did warn the conscientious that they, and anyone like them, would not be allowed to follow through on this investigation, by their superiors. Let's see how prophetic those words are . . . I'll call back in a week's time to check on progress.

And yes (thank you), concerns expressed about public complaints are completely legitimate, and completely understandable in the normal run of things - but six years of doing things behind "Closed doors" has left a woman barely hanging on to life . . .