Thursday, September 30, 2010
Schapelle Corby - Julia Gillard, Any Comment on Why Australian Tax Payers Gave a Corrupt QANTAS Worker $800,000?
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
"The High Court said that, in early 2005, Crime Commission head Phil Bradley approved the operation and that Standen, then an assistant director, authorised an informant - code-named Tom - to sell six kilograms of cocaine to alleged drug dealers in exchange for immunity from prosecution. The drugs were from 10 kilograms imported into Australia in October 2004 by a drug syndicate headed by the late underworld figure Michael Hurley, who used corrupt Qantas baggage handlers at Sydney Airport. Tom had worked for the Hurley drug syndicate but was arrested by the commission after selling three kilograms of the imported cocaine and burying the rest in bushland near Wahroonga. The High Court said the controlled operation led to the arrest of four men who allegedly bought the cocaine from Tom. But none of the drugs were recovered and NSW Police and the Crime Commission accepted they would never be found." Link HERE
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Schapelle Corby - A Formal Complaint to The Australian Federal Police, via Their Professional Standards Dept.
JOHN STEWART: But a DNA comparison is unlikely to happen. The Australian Federal Police have told the ABC's investigative unit that when the AFP offered to forensically test Schapelle Corby's boogie board bag and its contents, her lawyers rejected the offer. When the Australian Federal Police explained to Schapelle Corby's lawyers that any result from the testing for fingerprints inside the bag or DNA testing of the marijuana would also be passed onto the Indonesian police, her lawyers declined the offer to carry out the tests. We approached the AFP to ask if they were investigating the relationship between Michael Corby and the neighbour accused of cultivating a substantial amount of cannabis, and whether this had any connection to Schapelle Corby's case. The AFP declined to comment saying, it's a matter for the Queensland State police. Late today, the Queensland Police said: "Unfortunately, it's not possible to provide information on individuals without appropriate lawful reason. There was no other person connected with the charges which are subject to the upcoming court matters. As these matters are before the court, it is not appropriate to comment further."And I've enclosed an official certificate from the Australian Consulate in Bali that proves Schapelle begged for this testing to go ahead, plus I've enclosed an extract from her book (re this issue). However, all her pleas for forensic testing were ignored.
Federal police say "it is a recognised criminal activity" for drug dealers to use innocent travellers as unsuspecting "mules". They have arrested baggage handlers at Sydney Airport for the offence. Drugs are inserted in luggage at one airport and a photograph of the target bag and its tag are emailed to the destination airport, where baggage handlers recover the drugs before the passenger collects the bag.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Gang used corrupt baggage handlers to import drug haul14 July 2010
The final four in a gang of seven have been found guilty at Croydon Crown Court of a plot to import £4.5 million of cocaine by using corrupt baggage handlers at London’s Heathrow airport.
Mark Oliver, 29, Michael Hopkins, 51, Malcolm Bax, 32 and Anthony Robinson, 46, were part of a gang that hired baggage workers at Heathrow airport to help smuggle 12kg of cocaine into the country from Brazil.
Three other members of the gang, Anthony Rouse, 53, Charles Oliver, 28 and Anthony Cenci, 24, had previously pleaded guilty at Croydon Crown Court.
"Seeing your verdict and the reaction to it made me feel like I had been kicked all over again,"
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Maybe when Oprah comes to Australia in December this year, she can ask QANTAS about their criminal baggage handlers (as documented in multiple mainstream press reports), and about all the questions they refuse to answer re security. In 2004, a QANTAS passenger was found with 4.2 kg of marijuana in her luggage, after flying from Australia to Bali (Indonesia). She was sentenced to 20 years. Even though she's still rotting in a third World hell hole, to this day, she vehemently maintains her innocence. Many Indonesian terrorists, sentenced for bombings in 2002/4/5 are now free. Here is a press article about her ("Weighing the Evidence" Sydney Morning Herald):
Here's a graphic synopsis:
Here are all the questions about security QANTAS point blank refuses to answer:
And here is information about the criminal baggage handlers at QANTAS (scroll down to numbered points 10, 11, 12 & 13, for links to the press reports):
And here's info about the freed terrorists (press report):