Thursday, August 11, 2011

Schapelle Corby, Bent Cop Mark Standen & ABC Four Corners























Click on the pic above to enlarge & read the ABC Four Corners Facebook comment (Friday 12 Aug 2011). Also reproduced here with background links for further information . . . (PS and here's a brand new, damning complaint about bent top cop Mark Standen, to the NSW Police Integrity Commission) . . .
"I will be phoning your office on Monday 15 Aug, re this 4 Corners programme about bent top cop Mark Standen, and if the ABC fails to do its job vis a vis reporting the damn obvious in one of the most high profile cases of the century, then I absolutely promise you thousands and thousands of Schapelle's supporters from all over the Globe are going to be pouring in money to run full page news ads. Mark Standen was running "Operation Mocha" at Sydney International Airport during the exact hours she flew (investigating the importation of 200 kilos of cocaine via Qantas workers), and one of the baggage handlers (with a huge criminal history, including the trafficking of marijuana), was later paid $800,000 by Standen's boss, and allowed to keep $750,000 of his criminal earnings when he threatened to blow the whistle on corrupt police. Standen then went on to trash every frame of airport CCTV that Schapelle begged for."

PS - On Monday 15 August 2011, I also posted this message to the ABC Four Corners forums . . .

Firstly, here is my brand new, formal complaint to the NSW Police Integrity Commission about Mark Standen's involvement in Operation Mocha . . .


http://womenforschapelle.blogspot.com/2011/08/schapelle-corby-is-jerrold-cripps-of.html


Secondly, is there any sane reason why ABC Australia has never asked why (and how), the criminal Qantas baggage handlers who imported 200 kilos of cocaine into Australia (via the bags of innocent airline passengers), were never arrested or charged, as graphically described here . . .


http://womenforschapelle.blogspot.com/2011/08/schapelle-corby-some-memory-aids-for.html


. . . and I got this response. I could be wrong, but I very much doubt those words will see the light of day on their forum.