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Update Wed 14 March 2012 - Julia Gillard's still ignoring the questions, another reminder sent Update Wed 29 Feb 2012 - Julia Gillard is ignoring the questions, reminder sent.
Update 25 Feb 2012 - Here's some graphic You Tube exposure of all the questions the Australian Government has refused to answer for over 7 years.
Can you please help me, and make sure Julia answers the questions above?
You see, the QANTAS baggage handlers who helped to import 200 kilos of cocaine into Australia in 2004 (using unwitting passengers as innocent drug mules), were never arrested or charged, despite the huge corrupt payments they received. This is stark contrast to way similar offenders are treated in the UK, where they get many years in jail.
Further, no-one will tell me how and why QANTAS employed long-term criminals like "Tom," Easton Barrington James and Norman Niass as baggage handlers - even though the employment of crooks at a major airport was identified as one of the key factor in the Lockerbie aviation disaster.
And I think every tax payer in the land will resent the $1.6 million of public money that was given to a violent offender like "Tom," not to mention the $43,000 (plus), the government lavished on his trip to Switzerland.
Further still, the frightening disappearance of many police guns (and other equipment), from Sydney Airport, as reported by Australian Protective Services Officer Gary Lee Rogers, was never, ever investigated. So what the hell is going on?
Lastly, it's a matter of public record (at the highest levels), that Schapelle's boogie board bag was illegally diverted (by persons unknown), from the mandated screening processes, after she checked it in as normal. And again, referring back to the Lockerbie disaster, lack of screening was identified as one more key factor.
I look forward to hearing from you Geoff, these are very serious issues.
Best wishes, Kim
PS - And for your further information, here's the feature length film that documents these matters, just released.