Open response to IBAC’s 2013 “Special Report”: Exposing the biggest cover up of corruption in Australian history. Part 3

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Part 3

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IBAC’s first report tabled to the Victorian Parliament titled: Special Report concerning certain operations in 2013, released yesterday, forgot to detail the stuff concerning protection rackets allegedly run on behalf of the Italian mafia. In addition to the alleged state sanctioned abuse of power, terror and torture against innocent people.

After careful revision of the IBAC “Special Report” (2013) it behoves the author to reveal that fabricated statements made by members of crime networks, were allegedly utilized by Simon Overland and Victoria’s former office of Police “Integrity” (OPI) to grant unlawful phone taps, against significant numbers of Victorian citizens, from 2007 to 2013.

Misleading statements provided to OPI / Vicpol to grant electronic surveillance and harvest information, was misused in a former Victoria Police task force, Operation Diana, which caused grave harm to some of its subjects.

In 2007, both Simon Overland and OPI appeared to be acting in an abuse -of-power fueled rage, by utilizing controversial “B -Party intercepts” to tap the telephones and internet usage of many innocent peoples families, friends and associates.

Some of these unlawful phone intercepts were used to allegedly attempt to bring what appeared to be criminal sanctions against former senior police detectives, Paul Mullet and Noel Ashby.

It has been noted by IBAC’s “Special Report” (2013 pp 16 -17) that both Mullet and Ashby argued that OPI’s original actions against their person were misconceived as they considered that an OPI investigation into their activities, codenamed Operation Diana was deficient, for the following reasons, which have been outlined in the IBAC report;

“This (Operation Diana investigation) was commenced and continued for a motive other than that publicly stated by OPI and that two senior police personnel at the time, one being now former Deputy Commissioner Simon Overland APM and the other a still serving Assistant Commissioner, played a part in the commencement and continuation of the operation with knowledge of these motives”.

Having cited volumes of evidence and spoken to dozens of former police, OPI investigators, criminals, lawyers, barristers, government officials and the OPI Operation Diana targets themselves, it has been concluded that indeed Operation Diana, was an investigation that allegedly appears to have began its origins in the unlawful collection of intelligence information, on behalf of and in support of a multi billion dollar construction company, allegedly linked to the Italian mafia.

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Surveillance material used to pervert the course of justice and gain political capital on behalf of the ALP

The purpose of harvesting this Operation Diana surveillance information appears to have been to pervert the course of justice, in addition to gaining financial advantage by deception, by certain players involved in this abuse of power scandal.

It has further been observed that members of this allegedly corrupt construction company, involved in the unlawful surveillance operation are allegedly linked to the Italian mafia and other outlaw crime gangs (OCG’s).

Moreover we have cited extensive evidence that this construction company and their alleged criminal associates in the Italian mafia allegedly paid the Australian Labor Party (ALP) significant 2007 election campaign donations, in what appears to be a corrupt attempt to make the shocking legal matter “disappear”.

It can be further added that former Chief of Victoria Police, Simon Overland allegedly received “sponsorship” from this construction company, during the period in question, in an allaged effort to provide surveillance, harassment and interference services and “break the will” of some of the construction company’s former staff and associates.

Furthermore, it appears the additional purpose of this unlawful intelligence gathering operation was to protect a corrupt construction company employee, who was allegedly been sought after by the police, for his role in a string of rapes, and other criminality spanning thirty years. This fact represents a contradiction of grand proportions in Victoria Police’s charter and mission statement.

The people involved in this case cannot be legally named, due to them being victims of serious sexual related crimes. Furthermore in naming such individuals, including perpetrators may prejudice current and future investigations and related legal matters.

Perjured witness blower statements misused to grant surveillance applications.

Additionally, we have noted that certain criminal witnesses in this corrupt matter were allegedly paid hundreds of thousands of dollars and at a later date millions of dollars each, for their roles in allegedly perjuring themselves to Victoria Police and OPI, in what appears to be an attempt to for LEAS’s to successful apply to courts to gain warrants for telecommunications surveillance.

The problem with this situation is that the information garnered from this unlawful phone surveillance was gathered in breach of the rule of law and against the The Evidence Act (1958), which in operation in Australia’s judicial system. This fact is noted in the IBAC “Special Report” (2013, p16).

In simple terms, the unlawfully harvested surveillance material was useless and would not legally stand up in a court of law, to gain a conviction for an alleged crime.

Simon Overland should have known this, as it is believed that he is a trained lawyer and as a former executive of Victoria Police, had access to the best legal advice in the country.

Further it can be revealed that indeed several senior police did in fact allegedly exchange information about the civil trial, harvested from unlawful phone taps, during the weeks mentioned in the IBAC report, these being the 15 August 2007 to around the 24th of September 2007.

Additionally it appears on prima facie that OPI’s investigators and Simon Overland were extraordinarily inept. Judging by statements made by the alleged target of the phone intercepts, their comments were taken out of context and their words grossly misrepresented. Also the phrases and meanings of information discussed on the unlawful phone taps, appear to have been used in a timely and politically motivated agenda, to oust both Ashby and Mullet from Vic Pols upper echelons.

The moot point about this contentious matter, is that alleged attempts by Simon Overland and OPI to issue damaging public attacks, destroying the reputations of former senior police, Ashby and Mullet were misconceived, as the electronic surveillance material garnered in this unlawful matter, was misconstrued and taken out of context, in an alleged misguided effort to twist facts, to gain political advantage, on behalf of both Simon Overland and The Labor Party (ALP), for an upcoming November 2007 Federal election campaign.

Funny how Julia Gillard, Bill Shorten and the ALP skirted over this fact.

If the public knew the truth of the matter, the ALP would never have been voted into power in either 2007 or 2010. And the horrendous following six years of disastrous political mismanagement and corruption in operation within Australia, would be nothing more than just a bad nightmare.

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Resulting outcomes of grievous harm, as a consequence of the release of unlawful surveillance material

The result of this alleged police, political and criminal bastardy, was the prejudice of a legal trial, in addition to the torture, harassment, interference and terrorizing of more than a dozen innocent people related to the matter. Furthermore it has been confirmed that at least two innocent people associated with the case, have allegedly being murdered, by third parties. Evidence has been cited to confirm these facts.

Moreover it can also be revealed that the leaking of unlawful phone tap material from either Operation Diana, the Petra task force, police or OPI investigations, was allegedly provided to an unnamed criminal underworld barrister, who was apparently representing the former girlfriend of Hells Angel bikie, Christopher Hudson, sometime around June 2007.

This leaked surveillance material appears to have fuelled Christopher Hudson’s paranoia, resulting in him rightly or wrongly, believing he was being investigated for certain crimes.

As a consequence of his mental instability, in a drug fuelled murderous rage, Hudson went on a psychotic rampage, killing innocent Melbourne lawyer Brendan Keilar and causing serious harm to other innocent people, including Dutch backpacker Paul de Waard and Australian woman, Kara Douglas, in Melbourne’s central business district.

These heinous crimes are a matter of public record.

The events leading up to them, and the extraordinary leaks, surveillance and abuse of power in operation, under the stewardship of Simon Overland, during that time in question, were previously withheld from the public.

This issue concerning misuse of surveillance material is worthy of a Royal Commission, as well as an intense public debate, as the events in question have destroyed the lives of many innocent people, unrelated to the original police corruption in question.

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Source: http://www.murderperdia.org. Christopher Hudson

State sanctioned abuse of power, terror and torture, represents a new low moral ground in democratic relations between the people and the state

The aforementioned facts reveal shocking mass human rights abuses, civil liberties and privacy breaches, in addition to the systematic torture, murder and widespread defamation, directed towards innocent Australian people, all actions which represents a profound low point in Australia’s history.

It has previously been revealed by the Victorian Ombudsman and various judicial and eminent legal people, that the IBAC’s constitution is fundamentally flawed and as such is a complete waste of tax payers $170 million and should be closed down immediately.

A full democratic debate is urgently required about OPI/ IBAC’s/ ASIO’s/ ACC’s /DSD’s (now ASD) alleged monumental abuses of power, concerning the gross misuse of the surveillance apparatus, to harvest information, attempts to control citizens behavior and terrorize civilians.

Indeed, Victoria’s bikies are accurate in their assessment that OPI/ IBAC and Simon Overland’s former executive functions, mirror disturbing parallels to the shameful torture, genocide and murder that autocratic dictators, Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin, who both previously subjected millions of innocent people to torture and death, in the 1930’s and 1940’s.

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Source: JewishVirtualLibrary.org Adolf Hitler and the Nazis

These explosive revelations of alleged rampant historical corruption operating within OPI, VicPol et al, have in fact infected many Australian government departments.

Moreover it is fitting to note that the abuse of power detailed above was the key reason that many government ministers, including; former PM’s Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard, former A-G, Nicola Roxon, former Education Minister Chris Evans, and former Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu, in addition to a significant number of ALP MP’s, were abruptly unseated, all losing power in curious circumstances.

Current Victorian Premier Dennis Napthine, should heed the warning; that it appears that he is allegedly being misled by some of his advisers, and the IBAC executive, concerning historical issues, involving serious abuses of power.

As it stands the latest IBAC “Special Report”(2013) allegedly contains half-truths and treasonous, misleading and deceptive information, which if acted upon, will result in Napthine’s dismissal as Premier and the decline of the LNP within Victoria.

Dennis Napthine and Prime Minister Tony Abbott are strongly advised to immediately institute a Royal Commission investigating the alleged corruption in operation within; OPI, IBAC and Simon Overland’s time as Police Chief.

Furthermore investigations are immediately warranted into the alleged monumental corruption and abuses of power, concerning the unlawfully phone tap surveillance, shared with Australia’s dear friends and partners in crime, the United States National Security Agency (NSA), the CIA et al.

As Federal Parliamentary Secretary, Josh Frydenberg warned Australian’s on this week’s ABC funded QandA show, that the revelations of Australia’s role in the global spying game, may mysteriously be revealed in the near future, by whistle-blowing agencies or journalists in any international newspaper, at any point in time.

Such is the natures of cover ups, the more governments, individuals and organizations attempt to sweep their wrong doing under the carpet, the greater the fallout is, due to the exposure.

In this instance the IBAC / OPI /Overland alleged corruption scandal may be the next Australian based spy scandal that will shake Australia to its core.

source: www.brainz.org<
Source: http://www.brainz.org . Dirty Nazi propaganda strategies back in swing again today

Read Part V: of the IBAC files here

Source Documents:

http://www.ibac.vic.gov.au/about-ibac/reports

Click to access opi-annual-report-2007-2008.pdf

http://www.crimecommission.gov.au/publications/other/organised-crime-drugs-sport

DON’T SHOOT THE MESSENGER – WE ARE JUST REPORTING THE FACTS, IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST

The revelation of the aforementioned explosive revelations, is in direct response IBAC s “Special Report” (2012 – 2013), detailing extensive misinformation to the Australian public and people.

The release of the above facts are very much in the public interest, as they report the extraordinary abuse of power, that Australian Law Enforcement and Intelligence agencies have allegedly been engaged in.

It has been noted that if the state of Victoria had a proper functioning Whistle Blower Protection scheme, which was not politically selective in who it assisted, in addition to a legitimate and ethical Anti-Corruption body ,that genuinely investigated and charged corrupt “special” politicians, OPI  and IBAC investigators and public servants, then morally righteous investigative journalists and bloggers, would have no need to freely publish facts, in the public interest, pertaining to alleged serious corruption.

It is indeed the role of the fourth estate to inform the public, to create a public sphere for informed debate and expose wrong doing by public figures. Regardless of the embarrassment and humiliation that criminal wrongdoing may case “special politicians”, public servants and corrupt investigators and lawyers..

Disclaimer: The aforementioned opinion is politically protected free speech as defined under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Doctrine.

If we didn’t publish these facts and evidence, someone else would. Those involved in the corruption are advised to get over their mass humiliation and admit their wrong doing.

Readers also be advised that all evidence detailed in all of our works is encrypted and held on international servers. Additional backup copies of evidence is held with an international whistle blowing organisation.

Our researchers and writers hold no evidence whatsoever on their person, physical premises or in any digital form. This measure is taken for their own protection.

All evidence presented to our researchers is cross referenced and checked and verified. In many instances we do not proceed with publishing facts, if the evidence has not been verified, or is not in the public interest.

In this case this story is in the public interest and we have cited voluminous amounts of evidence supporting our opinions.

Should any people reading our opinion have concerns for their mental welfare or are feeling suicidal about their dirty secrets being publicly exposed, we suggest they contact Jeff Kennett at Beyond Blue.

http://www.beyondblue.org.au

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