Monday, January 16, 2012

Schapelle Corby - Philip Ruddock MP Runs Screaming From Responsibility For National Security


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CC - Every member of the Scottish Parliament

Dear Phil,

I note you were Australia's Attorney General between 2003 - 2007, with core responsibility for national security matters.

Thank you for the personal email you sent me to-day, after I sent you the link to this blog post of mine (about yourself), also mentioning in my message you might have incipient Alzheimers, for "Forgetting" that none of the criminal Qantas baggage handlers who helped to import around 200 kilos of cocaine into Australia in 2004, using innocent passengers unwitting drug mules, were ever arrested or charged (let alone jailed). Lucky it wasn't 200 kilos of Semtex, eh? Perhaps you should travel to the UK for some in-service education? The UK security services tend to treat criminal baggage handlers who endanger the flying public rather differently. In that country, they get nearly 20 years in the slammer, not a Get out of jail free card plus around $1.6 million in public funds and an all-expenses paid "Holiday" to Switzerland - issues I'm currently investigating, as per FOI requests here and here.

I also note (for the public record), that some core factors in the Lockerbie disaster were unscreened luggage and criminal airport staff, as graphically described in this recent blog post, so here's a few other things you "Forgot" . . .

1. You "Forgot" to launch an inquiry into Schapelle's illegally unscreened bag, or inform her legal team for that matter.

2. You "Forgot" to launch an inquiry into the criminal baggage handlers on the QANTAS pay roll at the time - such as Tom, Norman Niass and Easton Barrington James, not to mention their seriously dodgy security manager.

3. You "Forgot" to launch an investigation into the serious allegations of Australian Protective Services Officer Gary Lee Rogers (re massive breaches of aviation security), even though he complained directly to your department.

4. You "Forgot" to launch an inquiry into the serious and dangerous findings of Customs Officer Caterina Magni, until this information was leaked to the press and you were forced to act. Though the customs officer your Government viciously persecuted as a result of this leak says things are just as bad now.

I think that just about sums it up for now, except for one other thing - I'll send you (and the rest of the World), a copy of the scorching new documentary about your core failures (and those of your cronies), when it's released, very, very soon . . . I hope you enjoy it.

Regards, Kim