Longstanding Australian Labor Party ALP Member of Parliament, Tim Holding, has recently jumped ship, leaving the Victorian Labor Party, facing a by-election in his Lyndhurst electorate.
Mr Holding gave no </</aaindication as to why his sudden ‘cut and run’ strategy has been executed.
Insiders, who previously intended to provide Victoria’s Anti-Corruption (IBAC) Commission with career ending evidence pertaining to Mr Holding’s time in office, are said to be livid at his cowardly run for the exit.
This inside information was put on ice after the Victorian IBAC made a curious detour and decided not to investigate the alleged political corruption that is rife in sections of the Victorian Parliament. Apparently this evidence concerns the hornets’ nest of alleged deceptive and corrupt practices, that were in operation during the ALP led Brack’s and Brumby reign of power.
Insiders say that explosive revelations concerning the alleged large-scale corruption within the Victorian, NSW and Federal Labor Party are soon to be publicly released, by international whistle-blowers.
It appears that Mr Holding must have sensed the impending raging inferno and decided to leave Parliament, in a misguided attempt to divest himself of any accountability for his alleged prior actions.
Whistle-blowers have stated that Mr Holding’s early exit more than 18 months prior to the next election is due to his alleged association with colourful characters within his electorate. Questions are also swirling around Mr Holding’s former actions while in power, with allegations of large amounts of unexplained wealth and lucrative government contracts, previously being provided to shadowy elements of his electorate.
Commentators claim there has also been talk of and alleged political interference in historical judicial cases and high-profile police investigations when Mr Holding managed the Police portfolio.
Insiders clearly stated that Mr Holding’s early political ‘cut and run’ dash, is allegedly directly linked to the never-ending scandal concerning former <a class="zem_slink" title="Victoria Police" Victorian Police Chief, Mr Simon Overland and his alleged contentious phone taping practices.
This unending abuse of power, phone tapping scandal concerns the alleged electronic and physical surveillance practices by some investigators and managers at Victoria’s Office of Police Integrity (OPI). Civil libertarian and privacy advocates are concerned that much of this ill-acquired electronic surveillance material, has allegedly been misused for political gain on behalf of the ALP.
Former OPI, Director of Interference , Mr Paul Jevtovic appears to have not learnt the error of his former OPI ways, as unlawfully acquired phone taps and transcripts from the Victorian OPI have allegedly found their way into the Australian Crime Commission’s (ACC) explosive Drugs and Organised Crime in Sport report.
Until OPI’s recent closure, innocent targets that have allegedly been subject to OPI’s unlawful electronic and physical surveillance practices, are said to be disquieted at OPI’s alleged long-standing abuse of power and intelligence leaking practices.
Former Brumby and Gillard ALP spies state that the ALP’s alleged widespread use of phone tapping and physical surveillance, was highly focused at targets that were perceived to be a “a good source of information”. They also claim this unlawful practice and abuse of power allegedly garnered much-needed ALP intelligence.
It seems the highly controversial practices that were in operation during Mr Overland’s reign of power, such as the Noel Ashby, Paul Mullet and Sir Ken Jones phone tapping scandals are all closely linked to former OPI Director, Mr Paul Jevtovic.
Similar political strategies that deployed highly controversial allegations, such as those contained within the Australian Crime Commission’s (ACC’s) Organised crime and drugs in sport bombshell, are similarly missing supporting evidence to corroborate accusations against nominated targets. This appears to be a repeating pattern of behaviour under Mr Jevtovic’s stewardship, as Executive Director of ACC and former Director of Interference at OPI.
Furthermore, there are whispers from ALP insiders that Mr Holding’s early political exit was allegedly linked to his alleged association with colourful individuals, who have been engaged in dubious activities that permeate the Australian maritime industry.
These insiders refused to comment on the alleged explosive corrupt practices that existed within Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and Victoria’s Workcover Authority (VWA) agencies, during Mr Holding’s time managing these portfolios.
Whistle-blowers are adamant that Mr Holding’s exit is directly linked to former Federal Attorney General’s Ms Roxon’s forced resignation.
It is predicted that several more Victorian Labor Party MP’s will soon jump ship. It is also expected that more resignations from several Federal Labor party MP’s, will occur within the next month. Moreover many senior heads are expected to roll within Victorian, NSW and Commonwealth Federal departments over the coming months, in relation to this scandal of epic proportions, taking place behind the scenes.
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