Tuesday, September 30, 2003

First degree murder? Or Noble Cause Corruption?

A "STUDENT" who was alleged to be involved in a murder and armed robberies is being sent to university, after turning police informant, the man has been given indemnity from prosecution relating to a string of serious offences. These include a hold-up in which shopkeeper Khiem Lu was stabbed to death.

The District Court in Sydney heard yesterday that the informant who is the star Crown witness in a separate armed robbery case cut a deal with police because he saw an opportunity to "help police" in return for giving evidence at the trial.

[But was he used by police for an alleged Noble Cause?]

While there were no university places for 25,000 school leavers because of a crack down on education by the government, the court was also told the informant had been relocated to a "tertiary institution of his choice, paid for by the Crime Commission because his life was disrupted ".

The 18-year-old cannot be identified, as he was a juvenile at the time of the offences in which he has admitted involvement, nor can the location of his university be revealed, for legal reasons because he is a protected witness.

His alleged offences include taking part in a bungled-armed robbery at a Canley Heights grocery store on March 20, 2002, in which shopkeeper Khiem Lu was killed. He has also admitted being involved in an armed robbery on a Cabramatta West grocery store three days later, which is the focus of the District Court trial.

Tu Anh Pham, 21, and Han Hoai Huynh, 21, both face charges of armed robbery but claim they were not among the group of three captured on security footage firing shots into the ceiling and jumping the counter to steal $400 from the Cabramatta West grocery store.

Footage screened in court showed three men wearing baseball caps pulled down over their eyes and another with a hood over his head frightening customers out of the store.

Pham's counsel Paul Hogan told the court the Crown's informant was "completely untrustworthy" because he had a "huge incentive to get on board with the police".

"The Crown hasn't referred to the fact that [the informant] received an indemnity for this matter and indeed, three days before [the Canley Vale robbery], complete indemnity for a 'murder' that [the informant] was involved in," Mr Hogan said.

[Of course it would not be the first time police in Cabramatta manipulated a trial. Take the case of Phuong Ngo, and the murder of John Newman MP.]

Mr Hogan said the informant will when he gives evidence describe himself as a "student gangster".

[But is he really just a kid who is learning to be Australian, trying to survive and easily led like all kids?]

The informant was not Mr Lu's killer but had been involved in his murder, Mr Hogan said. The informant had also been given immunity against prosecution over the attempted shooting of James Barnes in Cabramatta West after the March 23 robbery. And charges relating to a "supermarket of drugs" including substantial quantities of heroin and cocaine, found at the informant's home when he was arrested in July 2002, still remain outstanding.

Huynh's counsel Frank Santisi agreed the informant had substantial motive to lie, claiming he nominated "anyone" to suit police investigations.

[But police are the people who should not use informants who lie and should not encourage kids to lie like police. It is my understanding some police who need to solve crimes, cover up crimes and set people up, see lying as the norm. These police would lie to their grandmother and probably behind some of the worst crime this century in NSW.]

Mr Santisi claimed the informant made up that there was a fourth person involved in the March 23 robbery, which is alleged to be his client, the driver of the getaway car.

"The opportunity to orchestrate a story that is beneficial to him is overwhelming," he said.

[But substantial to police as well, especially where police have been behind crime and had someone paid to commit the crime and then declare that person as an informant to have someone else committed and found guilty for the crime.]

[These police who lie must be given an integrity check. Not by the Ombudsman or by the Police Integrity Commission because they don't investigate, they give lip service, but by an independent investigation body who has yet to be given standing in the community and set up to prevent police corruption like this, now and in the future. Independent investigations are very sadly lacking in NSW and most likely throughout Australia.]

The informant had changed his version of events four times, from the time of his arrest, [just like the police do with their brief when they set people up to insure the accused has a case to answer.]

The informant initially claiming he was not involved in the March 23 robbery to finally giving away everything in return for indemnity.

The trial before Justice John McGuire continues.

By The Daily Dog Court Reporter 30 September 03

THE DETECTIVE: The trial judge John McGuire cannot continue to blindly go where corrupt judges have gone before in NSW, surely? Overlooking police corruption and doctored evidence that may be put before him, would be a crime within itself.

NSW citizens are fed up with police corruption, noble cause corruption, and judicial blindness to the detriment of the community, because that leaves the offenders on the street to commit crime with impunity.


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Rookies step up to ranks of Keystone-Cops?
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MPs told of police corruption
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The community questions ICAC's slagging and fobbing you off?
The ICAC, Commissions, Ombudsman, Police Integrity Commission (PIC), and numerous Tribunals etc, are all arms of government set up as an insurance police for the government's 3 or 4 year election terms. In short they'll be out of office by the time you may be lucky enough to have your matter heard.

Who is bad?
Super Rat? M5? M11? K8? N2? So I trust that some people who, with the photos and guns guessed that a jury would quickly establish a case against a profiled person whom, you just had a picture and a history of. Common knowledge? The government knew their victims would take the blame. Not just chess in court, 'moving around the pieces', but 'putting false evidence, or not enough evidence before the jury."

2,500 crooked detectives? Or a corrupt Government?
Evan Whitton: Either two things occurred. If you said you didn't join the police force to extort money from working girls, your papers were marked 'not suitable for plain clothes' and you were sent back to uniform.

How to become corruption resistant in NSW
Don't trust those who cannot prove themselves with the little amounts of trust you give them. Just because they have a letter of perceived trust doesn't mean they can be trusted.

This is not how you eat 'antisocial behaviour'
Process corruption, perjury, planting of evidence, verbals, fabricated confessions, denial of suspects rights, a solicitor to induce confessions, tampering with electronic recording equipment, framing. Generally green lighting crime, and I say Murder, including the kids who overdosed on heroin. No doubt.

Black Knight - Long way to go home
In line with the current climate of police corruption and the demise of the reform unit set up by Wood, these facts ought to have been a good reason to leave Moroney out of the package as Commissioner.

Bob down and sniff my arse
These are serious invasions of privacy and draconian laws? Where are our democratic soldiers, the lawyers and the barristers who need to take on the government in the courts? Are they plastic? Or to busy feathering their nests? Or have they been cleverly purchased by this black government. Drug test police and politicians, and have the tests independently accessed.

Come in spinner? Or Come in sinner?
"You don't have, in my view very vigilant processes. I suppose it's akin to the problem of corruption within the police," he told the ABC radio. " People say there's corruption with the police (but) do you get the police to investigate problems within their own ranks?

I am disturbed by Governments 'actions' in relation to shuffling the police service. Clive Small seconded into Parliament like a cocky in a perch. A breach of the fundamental Separation of Powers Doctrine does not in my view allow the thought of intervening, planning, or shuffling to stack the deck of our police service. The one that suppose to be autonomous according to Lord Denning. Where the Parliamentary Secretary can ask the commissioner of police to 'report' then sack him if he is not satisfied with such report.

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Who is telling the truth? Well I guess Dr. Ed. Chadbourne or Mr. Peter Ryan may have the answer to that. Dr. Chadbourne sacked by Peter Ryan and more specifically in my view because he elected deputy commissioners Dave Madden and Andrew Scipione as the best men in the service in relation to his qualifications to make a recommendation in his capacity as human resources.That is if you believe that a Dr. can be corrupted.

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.

Tele Tales
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Lord Denning
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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
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Good Cop
Why have our democratic institutions broken down? It's not just the criminal justice system. The Anti-Corruption Network webmaster@anti-corruption-network.org 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!
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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').