Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Schapelle Corby & The Moonshine State . . .























Martin Moynihan, Chairperson of Queensland's CMC is refusing to investigate the cultivation and supply of the drugs that were found in Schapelle's bag.

Neil Robert, Queensland Police Minister, is refusing to investigate the cultivation and supply of the drugs that were found in Schapelle's bag.

Robert Atkinson, Queensland Police Commissioner, is refusing to investigate the cultivation and supply of the drugs that were found in Schapelle's bag.

Queensland, your pants are down . . . and you're on display to the World . . .

Addit . . . pertinent comments on the above, from a family friend . . .

"That these people will not investigate this crime now is bad enough. Far worse is that they did not investigate it back in October 2004.

This drug importation into Indonesia, if that's what it was, was the first recorded case, ever, of an Australian taking a commercial quantity of drugs to Indonesia. If true, it represented the first such attack
on the youth of Indonesia by an Australian citizen. If true, it was a new and disturbing development in transnational drug trafficking and Australia was, for the first time, a drug exporting nation.

All these highly damaging allegations, and neither the AFP nor the Queensland Police had any interest in finding out where the drugs came from, to establish the source, and determine if they were even Australian? No one in authority had any interest in finding out who else may have been involved, in order to stamp out this scourge in its infancy?

Was, and is, this the biggest case of professional negligence in the history of these two Police Forces, or, are they covering up for the illegal activities of their own members? Frankly, I'm tipping the latter.

Either way, they all have serious questions to answer, the questions that Kim is asking. We all await their answers with great interest. So, fess up people!"