Monday, March 25, 2002


I refer to the Daily Telegraph article 22 March 2002 under the heading Priest quits advisory job.

Firstly, MP Reba Meagher was not telling the truth on behalf of the Citizens of NSW. People readily employed by Bob Carr in areas where corruption flourishes is alarming. With the likes of Clive Small (alleged adviser on police corruption at Cabramatta) and the Ombudsman Bruce Barbour taking no action on behalf of the citizens and the list goes on.

Even if Meagher was not prepared to give us the correct information giving us a false and misleading state of affairs in order to protect Bob Carrs image means that citizens have to jump hurdles in order to achieve their goals. Not to mention grave fears from police themselves and a loss of confidents and trust in our Police Service, that's not fair.

I refer to Priests statement which causes me especial distress "no doubt he had made some dangerous and considerable enemies in the last two years." And goes on to say "Yes, that's weighed heavily on my mind that those people are still in senior positions in the police and at the end of the day, I don't have to cope with that anymore and I don't want to."

I note that within the article the journalist failed to comment on the statement made by Priest.

I have been terrified of these people for 5 years and now permanently terrified. I cannot walk away like Tim Priest. Just doing my weekly shopping or going to work gives me fears of who is stalking me on behalf of the police service.

The fact that the democratic process allows for the naming and dismissal of dangerous persons in government then dangerous Police in senior positions ought to be named and sacked.

If the Police Board cannot support Commissioner Ryan who can?

Peter Ryan has lost his captains hat and his convict ship has collided with an offshore oilrig throwing him off coarse with no justice into a hurricane. With his cannons flung overboard prisoners escaping to higher ground of crew lost leaving him spluttering to the depths below.

Ryans sweet lip parties are over, with little left, but a rusty old revolver rotting boots and broken handcuffs and a corroded old badge.

SMH March 25, Mr Costa admitted the "ball was dropped a Cabramatta" when the Government warnings in February last year by the then detective- sergeant Tim Priest that ethnic gangs were recruiting members in schools and would " tear the city apart"

Well let me tell you the bikies are the recruitment agencies and the corrupt police are behind the bikies.

By Gregory Kable 25 March 2002


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