Wednesday, June 2, 2004

Channel Nine Judge finds Saleh Jamal Guilty?

Why would a man carry out a shooting attack on a police station in Sydney's south-western suburbs? Because police wouldn't give him a licence? Because police owed him money?

Such an important question could easily be overlooked especially if he escaped to Lebanon before a public inquiry in NSW.

Now the man is allegedly linked as reported by Ch/9s new Judge, 'Who's Who', to international terrorism, [in other words another scapegoat for the Coalition of the Killing's resource war's in the Middle East], and the politics of fear-mongering.

Perhaps we won't get to the bottom of the NSW allegations of Shooting at a Police Station.

Perhaps the most important question for the citizens who reside in this state could be overlooked by Bob Carr and Police Minister John Watkins, now the alleged offender has escaped from his bail obligations.

Perhaps our honest police could be more forthcoming giving us a reasonable explanation for the alleged shooting?

CH/Nine: Two Australians are reportedly due to face a military court [?] in Lebanon charged with, [alleged], offences which include raising money in Australia for, [alleged], terrorism in the Middle East.

Channel Nine reported that Saleh Jamal has confessed to funding terrorist acts in the Middle East using finances recruited in Australia. So who's who at Nine? When did the Nine networks take over national and international public prosecutions? Or is this what a military Judge told them?

So if I said shit was blue then Ch/Nine would also report that shit was blue if of course it suited them to report the same.

The question is do they have an interest to report the politics of fear for the Howard Government? And sadly the answer to that question is yes!

Allegedly, Jamal left Australia on a false passport while on bail for charges relating to a shooting attack on a police station in Sydney's south-western suburbs.

Shooting attack for what? Did the police owe money for drugs? Or was he disgruntled about the service?

The report says Jamal has also named members of a Lebanese-based Al Qaeda group, [? a fictional USA demon], travelled between known terror units, [? keywords: terror units, cells, plots, links, jihad, training camps etc...], and has, [allegedly], confessed to assisting in a recent bombing in Syria. [?] Says Channel Nine's newly appointed Judge, 'Who's Who?'

A second Australian man, 28-year-old Haytham Milhem, is also said, [? alleged], to be facing the military court. [a what? A military court? What's that?.]

Judge 'Who's Who' failed to get Haytham to give himself up but the two men can be held in custody for up to six months and that should be enough to get Mr Milhem talking.

Meanwhile, New South Wales Premier Bob Carr says the Federal Government is entirely to blame for Jamal fleeing Australia while on bail. Carr has faced questions in Parliament about how the man got bail.

Jamal was granted bail by a Sydney court back in 2001 despite the judge stating that the firearms charges he faced amounted to "urban terrorism". Key word: "Terrorism". Politically correct in the politics of fear perpetrated by our man, [war criminal], Phillip Ruddock.

But what about urban police corruption? Shooting attack for what? Did the police owe money for drugs? Or was he disgruntled about the service?

Why would a person launch a shooting attack on a police station in Sydney's south-western suburbs? Perhaps police didn't pay him his drug money? More interesting than the alleged terrorism charges in Lebanon wouldn't you think?

More than likely it was in the police best interests to help him get away and therefore no reasonable inquiry into the shooting would follow.

Or perhaps with or without this man being in custody in Australia we can still make those inquiries to find out why this man decided to shoot at the police station? Do the police have any ideas they would like to share with the community? Not likely!

The judge said it would take years for the case to go to trial because of legal complications and he should be granted bail with strict conditions.

But facing questions about the fact Jamal got bail, Bob Carr said the only reason the man fled the country was because of a lapse in border protection. [Just plain rubbish and propaganda.]

Carr: "You don't try to make a political issue out of this when the Federal Government is entirely to blame for him leaving Australia," he said.

A political issue it is both for Ch/Nine and the Federal Government who want to win an election. Bob you could have seen it coming. Any alleged terrorist is a gold mine for Howard and he will promote this as he has done time and time again using corporate media propaganda cells like Ch/9.

Rest assured Ruddock will have a direct line to CH 9's Judge 'Who's Who' and the other judge in the Military Court, [?] in Lebanon to insure the propaganda suits the current climate here in Australia.

The trial in Lebanon of a Sydney man facing terrorism charges in a military court has been adjourned. Saleh Jamal appeared in a military court in Beirut and requested a lawyer to represent him, prompting the 48 hour postponement.

Australian consular officials are assisting him and another Australian being held as terror suspects. [Scapegoats for the Coalition of the Killing's resource war's in the Middle East.]

[War criminal], attorney General Philip Ruddock will not comment on claims Saleh Jamal and Haytham Milhem have been charged with offences which include, [allegedly], raising money in Australia for Middle East terrorism, because Ch/9 and Judge Who's Who can adequately do that for him. Ruddock has told ABC program Lateline there is little he can say about the case. [but promote it?]

Ruddock: "We are aware they have been detained, we are aware that there were claims they were both Australians," he said. "We've undertaken consular examinations with them to obtain details of their documentation and our obligations in relation to them." Ruddock wants New South Wales to change its bail laws after one of the men used a false passport to flee Australia.

Good excuse anyway changing the bail laws again, not that it will affect the rest of the citizens who happen to reside in NSW? All this because of an alleged failure by the Federal Government or the NSW police service? Ruddock told the ABC that law changes might have stopped Jamal getting bail in the first place. [As well as everyone else?]

"The law in New South Wales has a presumption that people ought to be released on bail," he said.

[a presumption of innocence?]

"Where serious criminal offences are involved and where security, "terrorism" issues are involved, it seems to me the presumption ought to be in the reverse. [guilty]

"I understand New South Wales is looking at that."

[As I understand it, if Saleh Jamal was shooting at a police station in Lakemba then the police should come clean about the reasons why? Was it because the police owed him money? Was it because he was disgruntled about the police service? Did he have the green light to sell drugs for police? Did that go wrong? Did Jamal carry on as if he was above the law? What gave him that notion? Did police let him escape, because it was in their interests to let him go?]

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Howard's terrorist judge heads to Australia

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By The Politics of Fear 2 June 04

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

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