Monday, April 15, 2002


One day someone asked me whom I would prefer? An honest person? Or a person who tells the truth? I said it's the same isn't it?

Mr Costa doesn't seem to think so, ABC Mon 15 April 02. "Costa says all political leaders have avoided this in the past". Costa was honest but he didn't tell the whole truth so help me Universe.

What is happening between the Police Service and politics is quite extraordinary at the moment. If stand over tactics don't work tell half the truth honestly and follow the example of sheep. Another word for it is sleaze, yeah. Another word for it is workplace harassment. Another word for it is bribing a Police Officer. Another word for it is misleading Parliament.

Like Clive Small's Contempt of Parliament. Behaviour that is not honestly true but partially true. Costa says that he relies on the Crown Solicitors advice. So check with the Crown Solicitor's advise on the other respective categories and then weigh up the pro's and con's in relation to how your peers, friends, and children may judge your good self and the example you will set for the whole community. Leader.

So now your lesson is to address the Parliament, Police, Court, Tribunal, or the Commission with half the truth or lies so that the consequences are better? Wrong. We just made it ten times harder to achieve our goals. You won't see the inflation straight away but it will present again when someone else is affected. So instead of catching the virus early there is ten more cases. For what? Why? Who owns the problem? Costa. Why do we need the problem?

So why should anyone tell the truth honestly? Bad lesson for today. So if you mislead Parliament then all the other issues that were waiting to be dealt with are held up and now someone else owns the problem because of your contempt. That is until you wind everyone else up to solve it and like a bouncing ball it comes bouncing back to you.

Standing over someone is the same as stalking, something I have been complaining about for some time, no wonder.

Make us safe Bob Carr. Mm!

By Gregory Kable 15 April 2002


Tele Tales
Most people I know don't buy the Daily Telegraph. Why? Because of the lies and propaganda purported by them.

Lord Denning
Interesting how a member of the Police Board Mr. Tim Priest would hold grave fears for his safety from dangerous senior police but fails to name them or have them sacked. Rather Priest resigns as if he had no powers. Could that mean what he was saying is that the Governments are also corrupt?

Clive Small is Bob Carr's choice for the new Police Commissioner. It could only be the case considering his, Small's special appointment into Parliament House. Small who suffers from the little person syndrome is the ideal bend over boy who gets shuffled through his corrupt actions. Rolling the legal system for him after the fact, just like his predecessor Roger the dodger Rogerson.

Black Nexus
The Separation of Powers Doctrine is nowcontaminated witharangeofcolours, now leaving us with a black shirt on a once blue bridge that crossed that thin blue line. The 'Amery and Woodham show'.

Same boat
The Premier, Bob Carr, relies on a militia. A gang of bikies and our Police Service, to show all of us he is no murderer. He should be taken to the task along with his partners in crime like Clive Small to account for those people who like my self have been maliciously assaulted and who have complained, without any service and those who cannot speak for themselves who were murdered, like Terry Falconer. Terry murdered in custody.

Good Cop
Why have our democratic institutions broken down? It's not just the criminal justice system. The Anti-Corruption Network exposes the same issues. A group of white-collar workers who say they have suffered as follows:

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

Partners in crime - history!
Roger Rogerson, the old hero, who never faced a result in the Warren Lanfranchi, or Sally-Anne Huckstepp murders, was let off in my opinion when the New South Wales Government rolled the legal system (deciding what evidence to give the police prosecutor) to have the jury believe the illusion they (the Government wanted to create).

Police Chronology 1994-2001
View events in the NSW Police Force since the Wood Royal Commission began in 1994. 1994 May Justice James Wood is appointed Commissioner of the Royal Commission into the NSW Police Service ('WRC').