Monday, July 26, 2010

Schapelle Corby - Queensland Police Minister ADMITS his police force never investigated who grew and supplied the drugs found in Schapelle's bag

Click on pic to read 7.30 Report info as well. Blog notes below.


























Dear Neil,

cc Brendan O'Connor (Minister for Home Affairs), Tony Negus (AFP Chief), Robert McLelland (Attorney General) & Martin Moynihan (CMC Chief).

Thank you for this definitive reply, to this extensive inquiry, which finally admits (for the benefit of the entire World), that the Queensland Police did not:
  • Search Schapelle's Queensland home premises for any evidence of trafficking.
  • Investigate her Queensland phone and banking records.
  • Interview any of her Queensland family, friends and associates.
. . . because these vital investigations (re the cultivation and supply of drugs in Queensland), fell under "Commonwealth legislation."

So Neil, you could you (now), please explain why, on the 30th January 2006, the Australian Federal Police told the ABC's 7.30 Report that the Queensland cultivation and supply of the drugs inside Schapelle's bag (found in Bali, after departing from Brisbane, Queensland), was a "Queensland Police" matter, and the Queensland Police did not contradict their assertion?

I look forward to your further reply on that Neil, I think it's a legitimate question.

And for the record, that particular ABC 7.30 Report also told also lies about Schapelle, which our national broadcaster is currently refusing to apologise for, or correct.

Further, Brendan O'Connor, Tony Negus and Robert McLelland, could you all please arrange a time to confer, and then get back to me, and explain why the Australian Federal Police did not:
  • Search Schapelle's Queensland home premises for any evidence of trafficking.
  • Investigate her Queensland phone and banking records.
  • Interview any of her Queensland family, friends and associates.
. . . and/or formally assert in writing that Queensland Police Minister Neil Roberts is indeed wrong (as the 7.30 Report of the 30th January 2006 would suggest), and that these legitimate police investigations were, indeed, a matter for the Queensland Police.

So, in a nutshell, I'm asking the boys to get their act together on these vital issues, and I look forward to a professional and timely performance.

Also, Martin Moynihan, could you please take the time to tell Queensland Police Minister Neil Roberts that you are refusing to investigate these matters, therefore he really doesn't have to worry about "Interfering" in a CMC investigation, because (shamefully), there isn't one.

Regards, Kim