Sunday, May 15, 2011

Schapelle Corby - Seems the Truth Hurts . . .

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Seems I've achieved some fame for this humble little blog and Women for Schapelle. I guess a lot more people will be dropping in now to see what all the fuss is about. Ta, it's about time a lot more people learnt the truth. And the truth must be very, very scary to certain business interests, considering the press are happy to mention me by name, but failed to contact me for comment or feedback. What's the problem Gary Adshead? Did you get your degree off of the back of a cornflake packet . .
1. Report and interpret honestly, striving for accuracy, fairness and disclosure of all essential facts. Do not suppress relevant available facts, or give distorting emphasis. Do your utmost to give a fair opportunity for reply.
. . . because speaking as a lowly nurse (who couldn't care less if she's mentioned in the press or not), if I discharged my professional obligations the way you do, my patients would die like flies. It's lucky for the public you don't you have a real job.

And let's face it, when you upset The West Australian, you know you're doing something right.

So, as this blog now has a much wider audience (can I come round to shake your hand Gary?), I suppose it's OK to tell all the new readers about the criminal Qantas baggage handlers, like Norman Niass, Easton Barrington James and "Tom," who smuggled 200 kilos of cocaine into Australia in 2004, using innocent passengers as drug mules (in cahoots with a director of the bank that still owns the airport) - and I guess it's also OK to tell them about the $800,000 "Tom" was paid by the NSW Government (and he got to keep three quarters of a million dollars of his criminal earnings), when he threatened to blow the whistle on corrupt police?

And let's also tell everyone how none of the criminal Qantas baggage handlers were ever sentenced (page 42), despite their admitted crimes. Strange that.

Is it also OK to tell all the new readers about Ray Coopers comments, plus the unfortunate death of Australian Protective Services officer Gary Lee Rogers, and the scathing verdict of senior customs officer Allan Kessing?

Because you know something Gary Adshead, when the Australian press doesn't do its job, the Australian people have to do it for them.