Monday, March 29, 2004

NSW ex-Inspector Gadget claims credibility again

Just how credible is this former cop? Small's claim on Four Corners [Walls, a government propaganda machine], tonight, [that], the Government warned about Redfern problems before the riot. Like he's Mr squeaky-clean? Bad news more like it, Small was the say anything, do anything, ex-cop from hell for Bob Carr and his cronies.

Former New South Wales hatchet-man Clive Small was part of the Carr government's propaganda machine has stuck his nose out of joint allegedly revealing "he warned the State Government about problems in Redfern just three months before a violent riot erupted last month." [Rubbish!]

In an ABC TV Four Corners, [Walls], program to be aired tonight, Small says many of the problems affecting the Redfern area stem from police inability to curb heroin use in the area.

Clive Small, NSW Inspector Gadget

Small who has a history of contempt of Parliament during the Cabramatta Parliamentary Inquiry also framed Ivan Milat and was also involved in the framing of Phuong Ngo amongst other things...

Small is believed to have conducted *War Lord* like activities within some NSW police regions while he has been in charge of them.

But without a proper investigation of him then I guess like all noble cause corruption by the cops in this State he was just doing what Premier Bob Carr wanted him to do.

The trouble with that proposition though is *monkey see monkey do* and who knows what Small actually done for himself and his mates and got away with. How can you tell?

Carr seconded him into Parliament house when it was discovered that he had shot himself in the foot trying to get the top job of Commissioner over Uncle Ken Moroney because of his Contempt of Parliament amongst other things...

Still good enough for Bob Carr though it appears, Carr couldn't do without him. So just in case some urgent hatchet work come up in the future Carr made him his parliamentary *police policy adviser* doesn't say much about Ken Moroney, let's hope it was because Carr knew Moroney was less likely to do his dirty washing.

Small says the anti-drug plan for Redfern, introduced by the New South Wales Government more than a year ago, is failing.

[Perhaps because the police are also failing to stop handing out green lights?]

Not just that but the social fabric that is suppose to support the Aboriginal Community in order to deal with the drug problem has been undermined by recent governments and corrupt police. The Carr government and the previous liberal government insisted on developing the Block at Redfern by bulldozing it down.

Small says the rising use of heroin in the area contributed to the violent riot there last month.

But we all know that is simply not the case at all and one wonders why people like, Four Corners, [Walls], and Small think they can pull the wool over the eyes of the fringe dwellers, like they were born yesterday. Because the rising police pursuits are what caused the riot.

So I've got some bad news for you Small, your record leaves little to be proud of and I personally think you should donate your pension to social justice and get out there and do some volunteer work. Maybe then you will be able to see it from the side of the marginalised for once, now you don't wear the policeman's cap.

When the loser Constable Bullen from Surry Hills Police station tried to run me down on more than one occasion with the bull wagon at Gilligan's Island in Surry Hills, because he didn't like the way I used to dress in Darlinghurst and for no other reason, I told him to go and get a real job, if he didn't want to be a cop. Please explain?

NSW assistant commissioner Bob Waites admits police morale has been affected by the inability to enforce the drug laws in Redfern.

[Perhaps because police have been know to push drugs?]

But the racist cops who are stationed at Redfern and the fact that they have no respect for the law, unless they're supervised, but instead, harass, intimidate, and bully citizens is no secret.

If you want to talk about morale this is where you should start Mr Waites. Police should be made accountable, otherwise clearly, other police would feel that no matter what they do they are compromised by the bullies.

What about that? Not just that Four Corners, [Walls], is a Govt propaganda machine from hell. What about that! The only decent Four Corners programming these days is what is gleaned from the UK or the US the other material is just crap, and government propaganda.

Small has told Four Corners, [Walls], about the response when he warned about the growing unease in Redfern.

"What we were told was that there were adequate police to deal with the problems in Redfern, so that was the sum total of the feedback," Small said.

"I thought it was an interesting response and a brave response - I thought it was highly inaccurate."

Four Corners, [Walls], also says three people have given statements suggesting police were chasing Redfern teenager Thomas Hickey shortly before the accident that caused his death.

That's more like it. Out with Small on with the truth. If anything Small was behind some very sinister misgivings and if tested I dare say that he wouldn't survive the integrity test.

The 17-year-old's death sparked violent rioting in Redfern last month but police have consistently denied chasing him and say they are not responsible for his death. That is because police always have a legitimate reason to be there whether they are terrorising people or not.

What do we want? A better way of determining the legitimacy of police pursuits! Is there a better way? I think its high time we looked into it because if police can cover it up then the system is not working now.

Where do people go when they're being terrorised by police and police are lying?

Most people believe police over everyone, therefore the assaulted are in deep shit. If they told you this man is dangerous you would believe them. how could you not?

They told my local politician I was in need of psychiatric treatment after reporting police harassment and I was taken down to Caritas near St Vincents's hospital and drugged for three days for placing a notice on my local politician's office about police harassment.

In the meantime the toothless terrier the Ombudsman signed off on what police also said without any form of formula or inquiry of their own. Like I said deep shit!

One man has told Four Corners, [Walls], he saw a police paddy wagon travelling about three car lengths behind Thomas Hickey before he rode through a gate on his pushbike.

Another witness, Stewart Clanachan told the program he saw a police paddy wagon near where he last saw Thomas Hickey riding before his accident.

"As we looked to the right, I happened to see there was a paddy wagon there, just straight up against the gate," Mr Clanachan said.

"What happened was - it's only a pathway and there's enough room for pedestrians or a guy on a pushbike to get through, and the paddy wagon was just stopped at the gate."

'Crimes unreported'

Four Corners, [Walls], has also been told by members of the Aboriginal community, including Thomas Hickey's mother, Gail Hickey, that girls are not reporting the crimes because they are scared of their attackers.

"People have been raped down there, but they won't tell no one - why is that?" Ms Hickey said. "Because they're frightened of the people that done it to them."

[And or because they're frightened of the police who are racist?]

Gail Cargill has told the program she tries to avoid Redfern because of the violence and drug problems. Ms Cargill says her niece was sexually assaulted and went to police, but many such crimes go unreported. "She was bashed and raped and the person that's supposed to be responsible was arrested but let out on bail," Ms Cargill said. "I really don't know people over there at the moment because I don't go there, but she was one them. "But I've been told by many people that there's been a lot of young girls that have been sexually assaulted there." Ms Cargill is one of those charged by police over the riot.

[She is also one of those persons used by Four Corners [Walls] program to twist the story from a death in custody because of a police pursuit into drug problems and mass rapes in Redfern that are not reported to police who never had anything to do with Green lighting drugs for slimy mackerel?]

[PS: What is plain to see here is that the objective of Four Corners, [Walls] program, is to produce an emotive response from its watchers that is ' greater than the truth' and the possibility of a police pursuit gone wrong, into, key emotive words like: Women, Rape, and Heroin. Now lets focus on the truth!]

By Starsky and Hutch 29 March 04

THE CHICKEN: Truth be know if people don't trust police then they don't report to police, fact!


When are police going to stop investigating themselves? When the government goes straight!


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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.

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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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Same boat
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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 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').