Saturday, January 14, 2012

Schapelle Corby - A Formal Freedom of Information Request, Re Gary Lee Rogers Complaints of Corruption


















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


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A formal Freedom of Information request to the Australian Federal Police and the Attorney General's Department (because my last FOI request re these matters was deflected by the AFP on to the Attorney General's Dept., so this time I'm covering all bases).

Good morning,

Re this Canberra Times article, can I please have:

1. The report Australian Protective Services Officer Gary Lee Rogers wrote in 1999:
In August 1999, he had written a detailed and extensive report which alleged "significant faults" in the APS and the "obvious security risks at Sydney Airport and other sensitive establishments which highlighted a weakness and extreme laxness in the security of these facilities".
2. Plus any and all reports Gary Lee Rogers made to his superiors in relation to corruption, wrong doing and maladministration:
"I took documentary evidence of this and other improprieties within the APS to the then deputy director of the APS."
3. Details of any and all further action that was taken as a result of Gary's 1999 report, plus any and all further action that was taken as a result of his complaints:
"I was told that a full investigation would be conducted and I was to keep all of this confidential so as not to prejudice the inquiry.
And may I take this opportunity to remind you (and the rest of the public), what happened to Gary Lee Rogers when he complained of these horrific security breaches at Australian airports, as well as what happened to Allan Kessing - plus the continuing failure of the Office of Aviation Security to respond on the terrible security breaches that condemned an innocent tourist.

Regards, Kim

PS - This latest request is also documented here (scroll down until you come to a smaller version of the graphic above), and will be publicly followed-up as necessary.