Monday, 24 November 2014

not reporting alleged crimes

If you want to keep me out of poverty, please send a penny or two.  I am one of those pov-liners who can't afford to drive a car and for who a cup of coffee or a glass of beer is out of the question.

I have been forwarding detail of Tony Abbott being a dual national and signing 8 false declarations for the AEC to many politicians across the country.  The allegations of the crimes,because they are only allegations until a court proves them, must be forwarded to the state police under many of the various state Crimes Acts.  If a politician refuses to forward the allegations he or she may become guilty of breaking sections of their state Crimes Act.

I will pull out the details of Queensland because that's where I live, and senator George Brandis and my MP Mal Brough.

The Queensland Crimes Act says .  Thanks austlii


132 Conspiring to defeat justice (1) Any person who conspires with another to obstruct, prevent, pervert, or defeat, the course of justice is guilty of a crime, and is liable to imprisonment for 7 years.
(2) The offender can not be arrested without warrant.
(3) A prosecution for an offence defined in this section shall not be instituted without the consent of the Attorney-General.


133 Compounding an indictable offence (1) Any person who asks for, receives, or obtains, or agrees or attempts to receive or obtain, any property or benefit of any kind for himself, herself or any other person, upon any agreement or understanding that the person will compound or conceal an indictable offence, or will abstain from, discontinue, or delay, a prosecution for an indictable offence, or will withhold any evidence thereof, is guilty of an indictable offence.
(2) If the indictable offence is such that a person convicted of it is liable to be sentenced to imprisonment for life, the offender is guilty of a crime, and is liable to imprisonment for 7 years.
(3) In any other case the offender is guilty of a misdemeanour, and is liable to imprisonment for 3 years.
(4) The offender can not be arrested without warrant.
(5) Subsection (1) does not apply to an act done for the purpose of the following—
(a) negotiations in accordance with established legal practice between a lawyer representing the alleged offender and the prosecution to achieve a just outcome in relation to the proceedings for the offence;
(b) mediation in good faith between the alleged offender and a victim of the offence or anyone acting in the interests of the victim in relation to an apology, compensation or restitution;
(c) dispute resolution relating to the alleged offence;
(d) discussions in good faith between the alleged offender and police officers calculated to ameliorate the conduct of the offender relevant to the alleged offence.

 132(1) would seem to apply. Yes I know, Bush Lawyer 101.  Conspiring to obstruct,prevent or pervert the course of justice
 133 (1) is a political alliance an attempt to receive a benefit of any kind? Brough and Brandis are in the same party, Brandis got the job of Attorney General because of Tony Abbott.  Brough got pre-selection because of Abbott.  Is withholding any evidence form the police enough to put this into the courts?  is Brough and Brandis refusing to pass on details of an alleged offence enough to bring this part of the Crimes Act into play?

The Act defines an offence as


2 Definition of offence An act or omission which renders the person doing the act or making the omission liable to punishment is called an offence.

So isnt limited to any jurisdiction.

I believe other states have similar crimes act provisions.  If you are legally knowledgeable and want to comment please do at the end of the blog.

I have advised many politicians about the alleged crimes done by Abbott. 

Senator Brandis as AG
Mr Brough as my local MP
Speaker Bishop as most important person in the House of Representatives
Mr Truss as Deputy Prime Minister
Mr Baird as friend, manly bloke and Premier of NSW the ICAC state
Senator Cameron, his office gave me the news that the ALP have changed their policy towards crimes and which brings every ALP member into the realms of what I am talking about. Criminal by refusing to pass on information about alleged crimes done by the Prime Minister.

All of the above have been referred to their state police to see if they are in breach of their various crimes acts.

If you tell any politician about the FOI or my blog or the report to the AFP please be sure to advise them that failure to advise their local police of the alleged crimes done by our Prime Minister Tony Abbott could put them in danger of prosecution under their own state Crimes Acts.

And if you do tell them that,don't just bullshit and threaten. Make sure you advise your local police of the information you gave to your local MP.

Crimestoppers is probably the best way, a receipt page is always produced and keep a screen cap of the reference number for later checking by you or investigative reporters or senate committees.

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