Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Schapelle Corby - Is Phillip Bradley, Chief of the NSW Crime Commission, a Tax Cheat?


















UPDATE 25 JAN 2012 -EXPENDABLE THE MOVIE RELEASED, EXPOSING GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION AND COMPLICITY IN THE JAILING OF AN INNOCENT WOMAN


Click on the picture to enlarge and read. And here's some correspondence to Phillip Bradley, Michael Gallacher (NSW Police Minister), Jerrold Cripps (Chief of the New South Wales Police Integrity Commission) and the Australian Tax Commissioner Michael D'Ascenzo . . .

Dear Phillip,

Your organisation paid career criminal "Tom" $800,000 over four years, so this is a formal Freedom of Information request, please treat it as such. Please supply me with your receipts from the Australian Tax Office (and any other communications to and from that department), in relation to that sum.

Also, it appears that your office paid millions of dollars to leading criminals. Did your office also submit the required cut of these generous windfalls to the Australian Tax Office? Or are the proceeds of crime tax free in this country?

Regards, Kim


Dear Michael,

The New South Wales Crime Commission paid career criminal "Tom" $800,000 over four years. To your knowledge, did the little scroat also pay tax on that generous amount?

Also, it appears that the New South Wales Crime Commission paid millions of dollars to leading criminals. To your knowledge, did these sickening individuals pay tax on their windfalls?

I look forward to your reply.

Regards, Kim


Dear Jerrold,

Could you please investigate whether or not the New South Wales Crime Commission fulfilled its legal requirement (I assume), to deduct tax from major payments to leading crime figures - or are the proceeds of crime tax-free in this country?

They paid criminal "Tom" $800,000 over four years, and also paid millions of dollars to other leading crime figures.

I look forward to your response.

Thanks, Kim

And here's my question to Australian Tax Commissioner Michael D'Ascenzo, which was also formally submitted via an on-line form.