Saturday, January 31, 2015

Hells Angels Darkside president Mohammed Khodr jailed, but keeps undercover cops’ cash

Hells Angels Darkside chapter president Mohammed Khodr following his arrest.
Hells Angels Darkside chapter president Mohammed Khodr following his arrest.
 
AN ICE-trafficking bikie boss will not have to repay any of the hundreds of thousands of dollars paid to him by undercover police in a five-month sting, a judge has ordered. 

President of the Hells Angels Darkside chapter Mohammed Khodr received $220,000 of taxpayer money from cops in exchange for 910 grams of methylamphetamine.

County Court Judge Michael Bourke sentenced the 27-year-old to seven-and-a-half years’ imprisonment but refused the prosecution’s application for Khodr to repay just $78,200 of the hand-out.

He said the Balwyn North man, who will serve a minimum term of five years, would not be in any position to repay the debt when released from jail.

Khodr was on a suspended sentence when police contacted him through a car advertisement he placed on online trading site Gumtree and began buying increasing quantities of ice from him.

Following a request, Khodr also sold a semi-automatic pistol and ammunition to undercover police for $10,500.

He was arrested in February 2014 — around the time his only child was born — at a staged drug sale meeting, turned police raid.

The court heard it was not clear how much Khodr profited from the sales.

Judge Bourke said he had a “substantial number of prior court appearances” for violence, dishonesty, drug, property and firearms offences.

The court heard Khodr suffered psychological symptoms — including anxiety and depression — and cognitive effects from an acquired brain injury, which made him more immature and prone to impulsive behaviour and “mindless aggression”.

The judge found this did not reduce his moral culpability for the offending, which required consideration and organisation, but would make his time in prison more difficult.

A motorcycle seized at the Darkside chapter’s Boronia clubhouse coinciding with Khodr’s a
A motorcycle seized at the Darkside chapter’s Boronia clubhouse coinciding with Khodr’s arrest.
 
He is currently in lockdown 23 hours per day at Barwon Prison due to an assault on a prison officer.

Khodr, originally charged with 24 offences, pleaded guilty to trafficking a large commercial quantity of the drug ice — which carries a maximum term of life imprisonment — and being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm.

Judge Bourke said the offending was “extremely serious” because ice was “highly damaging to our community” but ordered a lower than normal non-parole period, saying Khodr had some prospects of rehabilitation.

He ordered that the six-month suspended sentence for offences including making a threat to kill, possessing steroids and weapons and assaulting police be served at the same time.

No penalty was imposed for the charge of breaching a suspended sentence.

Khodr was arrested by the heavily-armed Special Operations Group at the same time as raid
Khodr was arrested by the heavily-armed Special Operations Group at the same time as raids on the Darkside clubhouse at Boronia.
 
Defence counsel Emma Turnbull earlier warned Khodr — who appeared via video link — not to react when his sentence was handed down.

“No wobbly?” he joked.

“I thought I was the gift that keeps on giving.”

His co-accused, 28-year-old Logo Afuie — who helped Khodr source the drugs that were sold to police — will be sentenced next week.

heraldsun.com.au 30 Jan 2015

The so called  'judge' who made the ruling should have a judicial review instigated against him.

This is the state of the legal system in Australia, where criminals can get away keeping the proceeds of crime.

There is one proviso though, it only applies to those who are supported by the corrupt legal system.

Criminals Rule in Australia.


Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Sheriff's Criminal Actions

In the state of Victoria, Australia there has been many discussions on the validity of the 'sheriff' and his 'henchmen' also allegedly called sheriffs.

There has also been mention that 'he' is the only valid sheriff, whilst all the others are not.

A quick search in your favourite 'search engine' may yield the result that the current sheriff of Victoria is a 'natural' person Brendan Facey who's pictured below next to clamped automobile.



But,

  • Is the clamping of people's automobiles actually lawful?

  • Is a letter from the 'Sheriff's Office' informing you that your vehicle is unregistered really lawful?

  • Can the 'Sheriff' involve a third party (CCV - Civic Compliance Victoria) in a so called fine?

  • Is the 'Sheriff' acting lawfully when he instructs Vicroads, who's CEO is Mr. John Merritt, to put a sanction against your 'person's' vehicle.

  • Is your automobile really a vehicle?

There are many more questions that are not mentioned here that definitely can be raised, pertaining to not only the validity of law but also the questionable actions of Victoria's 'sheriff' called Brendan Facey.

With the help of many dedicated people, who for obvious reasons cannot be named, a document has been compiled that outlines the concerns regarding the actions of this so called 'sheriff' Mr. Brendan Facey.

The document at this stage is in draft mode and its content is as follows:



The Sheriff’s Criminal Actions
June 2014 

Forword

1). For the purpose of this document, the validity of law is put aside.
2). The information refers to the sheriff of Victoria and laws applicable within the state of Victoria.
3). The information contained within this document is known to be true and correct at the time of writing.

Part 1:            Background

1). The following Acts are binding to all those in government and those who administer justice:
1.       Australian Courts Act (1828) UK,
2.       Commonwealth Constitution Act (1900)
3.       Acts Interpretation Act (1901)
4.       Judiciary Act (1903)
5.       Imperial Acts Application Act (1980)
2). English Statute of Monopolies of 1623, 21 Jac. 1, c. 3, ‘An Act concerning Monopolies and Dispensations with Penal Laws, and the Forfeitures thereof’ – is a valid law in Victoria today.

3). Bill of Rights 1688 (UK) is applicable to government only, and is valid in Victoria.
S. 12 of the Bill of Rights states -  “That all Grants and Promises of Fines and Forfeitures of particular persons before Conviction are illegal and void”.

4). Infringements Act (2006), is in breach of:
1.       Bill of Rights (1688) s. 12
2.       Commonwealth Constitution (1901)
3.       Competition and Consumer Act (2010) - Schedule 2, 50 Harassment and coercion.
5).  Notes:
1.       All the laws of England came into Australia under the Australian Courts Act 1828 (UK).
2.       A monarch cannot be outside of the preamble of the Constitution
-          Commonwealth v NSW, HCA [1923] 34.
3.       Anyone working in government (within the public service) MUST swear an oath. If no oath is sworn then they are impersonating a public official, 2 years prison, 17 years if under treason.

Part 2:                        Sheriff

1). A fine cannot be issued, therefore cannot forfeit property before conviction by a jury of your peers.
2). The sheriff must be appointed by the responsible minister, in this case the Attorney General.
3). The Attorney General is appointed by the Governor General.
4). In order for the appointment of the Attorney General to be valid, the appointment of the Governor General must be valid.
5). The sheriff is supposed to act under the Supreme Court (of Victoria).
6). For the state of Victoria there is only one (purported) sheriff, Brendan Facey, all other (sheriffs) are unlawful.
7). The sheriff is reliant upon the Sheriff Act (2009).
8). Can only contact you between the hours of 9am – 5pm. Breach penalty - $400.
9). The sheriff cannot take any property :
1). which could not be taken from a bankrupt, i.e. relating to the same restrictions if one was bankrupt, as per Bankruptcy Act 1966 Sect 116 (2).
2). used by you as a primary means of transport to the value of no greater than $7,000 as per Supreme Court Act (1986) Sect 42 (1).
10). Oath:-
1). The sheriff’s badge is the same as a police officer’s, therefore must have an oath to the Queen (UK monarch, not the statutory queen of Australia).
2). The (purported) sheriff’s do not have an oath of allegiance / office, while they are acting under the Supreme Court of Victoria.
3). An officer of the Crown (whom a sheriff is not) can only enter your dwelling if the crown is a party to the suit.
                4). No oath indicates that the sheriffs are not immune from civil / criminal liability.

Part 3:                        Warrant

1). In order for a warrant to be valid it must be
1). duly signed off and contain the common seal (UK coat of arms),
2). signed by a magistrate / judge who has sworn an oath to the Queen (UK monarch).
2). The signing of an unlawful warrant implicates the signatory for a criminal / civil lawsuit.
3). Brendan Facey (allegedly) signs off on the paperwork for the warrant.
4). The paperwork from the system links the person as a debtor, for which the person is not.
5). The sheriff buys the warrant from the Magistrates’ Court, not in accordance with the process of the Supreme Court.
6). A bond is attached to the warrant.


Part 4:                        Civic Compliance Victoria (CCV)

1). The ground floor of 277 William St, Melbourne 3000, Civic Compliance Victoria (CCV) is listed as the business occupying the premises.
2). CCV is a private company under contract to the State of Victoria, therefore CCV is not the Crown.
3). CCV is a trading name used under licence from the crown in the right of the State of Victoria.
4). Inside the office of CCV there are 3 registrars that are from the Magistrate’s Court of Victoria (ABN: 32 790 228 959) which has locations all around Victoria, e.g. Melbourne Magistrates’ Court – 233 William St, Melbourne VIC 3000 or Dandenong Magistrates’ Court – Pultney St, Dandenong VIC 3175.
5). Therefore, from item 4). above, there are officers of the court working for profit within a private company CCV which is illegal.
  
Part 5:                        Governor General’s appointment

1). There is no order for the appointment of the Governor General  for the period 1982 – 2003
2). There is no order for the appointment of the Governor General for the period 2003 – 2008
3). In order for the GG to sit in lawfully, the correct oath must be sworn upon.
4). There is NO lawfully appointed GG since the 6th Governor General Ronald Munro Ferguson (in office from 18 May 1914 – 6 Oct 1922)

Part 6:                        Miscellaneous

1). The Supreme Court  (of Victoria) does not function in accordance to the  Commonwealth Constitution, Chapter 3, Sect 71 – 80, as it is meant to, therefore invalidating any actions carried out by the sheriff of Victoria, Brendan Facey.
2). The sheriff is technically a public servant. The carrying of the badge (the appointment), therefore there must be an oath of office, but there is none. Therefore the sheriff is committing a criminal offence and therefore subject to criminal / civil suit.





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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Prime Minister Tony Abbott under fire over Prince Philip knighthood

UPDATE: THE backlash continues against Prime Minister Tony Abbott after he gave a knighthood to Prince Philip on Australia Day. 
 
Independent Senator Nick Xenophon said Prince Philip already had every title under the sun.

“I reckon the Prime Minister is pushing his luck with his backbenchers on this one,” he said.

Mr Abbott’s judgment is also being questioned by his Liberal colleagues, who say his decision was a serious mistake.

The surprise move was made by Mr Abbott alone and not passed through his Cabinet.

Liberals who spent the day at Australia Day events were met with derision and surprise from voters, who questioned the decision to give Australia’s highest honour to a decorated 93-year-old British royal.

“The feedback is horrendous,’’ one Liberal MP, a supporter of Mr Abbott, told the Herald Sun.


PRINCE’S KNIGHTHOOD APPROVED BY ABBOTT’S ONLY OTHER KNIGHT

SHAUN CARNEY: PRINCE PHILIP’S KNIGHTHOOD INSULTS ALL AUSTRALIANS

EDITORIAL: KNIGHTING PRINCE PHILIP IS A MISTAKE

ABBOTT STANDS BY KNIGHTHOOD DECISION

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Prince Philip in Bayeux, France, last June. Pic
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Prince Philip in Bayeux, France, last June. Picture: AP
 
The announcement overshadowed the knighthood bestowed on former Defence Force chief Angus Houston, who was honoured for his leadership, particularly during the MH370 and MH17 disasters.

It also intensified concerns for Liberals, who are starting to doubt Mr Abbott’s ability to reverse the Government’s poor poll standing.

While no one is doing the numbers, increasingly anxious MPs were working the phones trying to think of a way to get the Government back on track.

Several told the Herald Sun they did not believe the Government could continue to veer off-message for long.

One committed Abbott supporter said he initially did not believe the news of Prince Philip’s knighthood.
He said the announcement derailed the Government’s efforts to focus to negotiating its legislation through the Senate.

Another said MPs were so angry at the “ridiculous’’ decision they would pass their feedback through official channels to the Prime Minister’s Office.

A backbencher, who said he had spoken to Mr Abbott last week as the PM made a round of calls to soothe frazzled nerves, had made “all the right noises’’ about focusing on Budget measures to reduce debt levels inherited from Labor.

“But here we are talking about ourselves again,’’ he said.

Several Coalition MPs went public with their concerns.

The Nationals’ Darren Chester said he had wanted to spend the day talking about Australian of the Year, anti-family violence advocate Rosie Batty.

“I’m disappointed to be talking about this (Prince Philip),’’ he said.

Queensland Liberal Ewen Jones criticised the knighthood, saying only those appointed to the role of Governor-General should be named a knight or a dame.

Finance Minister Matthias Corman today sought to steer public debate away from Mr Abbott’s controversial decision.

Senator Corman said the knighthood decision was made by the prime minister.

“I was not personally consulted,” he said.

He disagreed that there were growing concerns about Mr Abbott’s leadership.

“The Prime Minister has got the strong support of his party room. The Prime Minister has done an outstanding job for Australia,” he said.

Mr Abbott, an avowed monarchist, defended his decision, saying Prince Philip was “eminently suitable’’.

“Prince Philip has been a great servant of Australia,’’ the PM said yesterday.

“Here in this country, he’s the patron of hundreds of organisations.

“I’m just really pleased that in his 90s, towards the end of a life of service and duty, we in this country are able to properly acknowledge what he’s done for us.’’

Opposition leader Bill Shorten, who 24 hours earlier called for a new debate on the republic, said he had no beef with Prince Philip, but couldn’t understand why Mr Abbott did not choose a worthy Australian instead.

“It’s a question of the priorities of this Government, and who they think makes a good Australian,’’ he said.

PRINCE PHILIP: SIR GAFFE-A-LOT

 

To Aboriginal leader William Brin: “Do you still throw spears at each other?”
To a native woman in Kenya: “You are a woman, aren’t you?
To a British student in China: “If you stay here much longer you’ll go home with slitty eyes.”
To black politician Lord Taylor of Warwick: “And what exotic part of the world do you come from?”
To a tourist in Budapest: “You can’t have been here long, you haven’t got a pot belly.”
At a party in 2004: “Bugger the table plan, give me my dinner!”
To a 13-year-old boy: “You could do with losing a little bit of weight.”
To a nursing home resident in a wheelchair: “Do people trip over you?”
To a penniless student: “Why don’t you go and live in a hostel to save cash?”
On women in general: “I don’t think a prostitute is more moral than a wife, but they are doing the same thing.”

heraldsun.com.au 27 Jan 2015

This moron Abbott apparently is the leader of a nation?

In reality it is the 'faceless men' that run the country, but they sure could have chosen a bit more wisely as to which puppet to put on display.

So what has Prince Philip ACTUALLY  'done for us'?. Watched thousands of Indigenous Australians get slaughtered, displaced, and children stolen from their parents.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Corporations Masquerading as Government in Australia and World Wide

Information from wakeup-world.com that has been published in Dec 2012 under the title:

Corporations Masquerading as Government in Australia and World Wide is available for download in pdf format (5pp, 218KB) :


Also,

Another followup article under the title:

Corporations Masquerading as Government (Part II): Which 'Government' Can We Trust? has been transferred to pdf format (4pp, 146KB) :

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Gary Ablett Senior considering stepping back into limelight

Gary Ablett Sr, right, with son Gary.
Gary Ablett Sr, right, with son Gary.
 
NOTORIOUSLY shy AFL legend Gary Ablett Sr is considering stepping back into the limelight. 

The Geelong great, who has been a virtual recluse since retiring in 1996, has flagged an interest in public appearances and guest speaking.

The move would be a bold step for Ablett given his battles with drugs and depression.

Former country cricketer Lloyd Rosenow has agreed to help smooth Ablett’s move into the spotlight with a low-key roundtable luncheon in Echuca earmarked for his first engagement later this year.

Gary Ablett Sr during his playing days for Geelong.
Gary Ablett Sr during his playing days for Geelong.
 
Mr Rosenow, who runs King Sports Promotions in Echuca, is also discussing handling the sale of Ablett memorabilia and future guest appearances.

Mr Rosenow said Ablett was fit and well and considering a ­return to the public domain.

“We caught up for lunch before Christmas and discussed the possibility of him doing some guest speaking and maybe selling a bit of sporting memorabilia,” he said.

Gary Ablett Snr. Picture Wayne Ludbey,
Gary Ablett Snr. Picture Wayne Ludbey,
 
“Nothing has been finalised and I’m just waiting for Gary to tell me what he wants to do. He’s a great bloke and a very funny man — his sense of humour is outstanding.’’

Speaking to the Sunday Herald Sun, Ablett said discussions were in their infancy.

“There have been some offers along the lines of doing a few lunches, that type of thing,” he said.

“When the time is right I will look favourably at it but as it stands there is no firm commitment at this stage.”

Ablett has become embroiled in several off-field problems since his retirement.

In 1990 he was placed on a $10,000 good behaviour bond after he pleaded guilty to repeatedly hitting a man he found sitting in a car with his estranged wife.

Ten years later he became involved in further controversy when a 20-year old Geelong woman died of a drug overdose while in Ablett’s hotel room.

The former champion was cleared by an inquest, but was later fined $1500 for using and possessing drugs.
In 2006 Ablett was allegedly assaulted late at night while browsing through a car yard in Geelong.

A 31-year-old Geelong man was charged with assault but was reported to have committed suicide the day before he was due to appear in court.

If he agrees to come on board, Ablett would join an ­impressive array of speakers under Mr Rosenow’s umbrella, including Allan Border, Greg Chappell, Peter “Crackers” Keenan and Sam Newman.

heraldsun.com.au 25 Jan 2015

Gary Ablett (Snr.) is a criminal, who should have been incarcerated for the drug related death of young woman in one of the many drug and sex fueled weekends, this megalomaniac frequented in various hotels.

Another 'untouchable' piece of garbage the legal system promotes?

Bill Clinton ‘visited orgy island’ with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein

‘Spotted’ ... A woman claims she saw former US President Bill Clinton at Jeffrey Epstein’
‘Spotted’ ... A woman claims she saw former US President Bill Clinton at Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘orgy island’. Picture: AP Source: AP
 
FORMER US President Bill Clinton took a romantic jaunt in 2002 to convicted paedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein’s “orgy island” with “two young girls” from New York, according to a shocking new interview. 

The New York Post reports that Virginia Roberts, who’s accused Epstein of turning her into a “sex slave” at age 17 and forcing her to sleep with his powerful friends, claimed Clinton stayed in one of the many villas on Epstein’s US Virgin Islands estate — where group sex was a “regular occurrence.”

“I remember asking Jeffrey, ‘What’s Bill Clinton doing here?’ kind of thing, and he laughed it off and said, ‘Well, he owes me a favour,’ ” Roberts told her lawyers in a 2011 interview obtained by RadarOnline.com. “He never told me what favours they were.”

Named ... Prince Andrew has denied ever having sex with Virginia Roberts. Picture: Suppli
Named ... Prince Andrew has denied ever having sex with Virginia Roberts. Picture: Supplied Source: Snapper Media
 
Clinton was accompanied by two of Epstein’s regular girlfriends and “two young girls that I could identify,” Roberts claimed.

“I never really knew them well anyway. It was just two girls from New York,” she said.

According to flight logs, Clinton flew on Epstein’s private Boeing 727, which Roberts said was outfitted with a special bed for kinky, high-altitude romps, the Web site said.

Family ... US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) with her husband former president Bi
Family ... US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) with her husband former president Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea. Picture: Supplied Source: AFP
 
“It was a lot of the same things that went down on the ground,” she claimed. “There would be sexual conduct; there would be foreplay. There was a bed in there, so we could basically re-enact exactly what happened in the house. It would start off with massaging or we would start off with foreplay. Sometimes it would lead to, you know, orgies.”

Roberts denied she ever slept with Clinton and said she never witnessed him having sex with anyone else.
But on “orgy island,” the stunning blonde allegedly engaged in group sex with Epstein, Britain’s Prince Andrew and eight other girls.

Orgy island ... Convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein would allegedly take underage girls
Orgy island ... Convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein would allegedly take underage girls and friends of his to an island for sex. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied
 
Epstein pimped out Roberts and other underage girls to his prominent friends — so he could gather information on them to blackmail them later on, Roberts alleged in a new affidavit.

“Epstein required me to describe the sexual events that I had with these men, presumably so that he could potentially blackmail them,” the now 31-year-old wrote.

She added: “I also understood that Epstein thought he could get leniency if he was ever caught doing anything illegal, or more so that he could escape trouble altogether.”

Roberts has claimed to have had sex with “powerful men, including politicians and business executives” — as well as with the British prince and powerhouse attorney Alan Dershowitz, which the two men vehemently deny.

news.com.au  25 Jan 2015

This is how the 'authorities' support paedophilia.

The is no jail or criminal offences for the elite.