Saturday, November 12, 2011

Schapelle Corby - Matthew Moore of The Sydney Morning Herald Has Written a Fraudulent Article


















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


. . . So Jack, can you please do something about it? This is a formal complaint (click on that pic to enlarge & read).

Dear Jack,

I am making a formal complaint about this recent Sydney Morning Herald article of 10 November 2011, under these sections of your Statement of Principles . . .

General Principle 1: Accurate, fair and balanced reporting

Publications should take reasonable steps to ensure reports are accurate, fair and balanced. They should not deliberately mislead or misinform readers either by omission or commission.


General Principle 2:
Correction of inaccuracy

Where it is established that a serious inaccuracy has been published, a publication should promptly correct the error, giving the correction due prominence.


Why? Because published information from The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime quite clearly undermines and trashes the whole thesis of that article - which is that it is economic and reasonable to smuggle marijuana FROM Australia, TO Bali.

Obviously, as these graphic quotes from the book itself show (coupled with UN figures), that assumption couldn't be more wrong. So it's clear Malcolm McCauley (the key informant in Duff's new book), didn't have a clue what he was talking about.

Further, the entire hierarchy of The Sydney Morning Herald (including Matthew Moore), was well aware of this key United Nations information, because I sent it to them in April this year.

In other words, the entire editorial team at the SMH had that crucially relevant info to hand (including the journalist in question), and chose to omit it.

I look forward to your response.

Kim