Saturday, 23 July 2016

ex-Police officer jailed for sexually abusing children while in uniform

They stopped investigating him when he resigned, so he could join the A.C.T cops and become a foster parent. 
Corruption.  This gang utilises foster children for money to set people up.
Ex Police officer fucked kids in uniform....
A former Victoria Police is sentenced to 19 years in jail for child sexual abuse
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Thursday, 21 July 2016

Feds Going after Motor Cycle Colors

Washington, DC (July 19, 2016) Federal prosecutors are ramping up efforts to seize the trademarks of Motorcycle Clubs in California and possibly the Midwest in a renewed effort to target the groups “Patches” that members wear..READ MORE: http://bit.ly/29MG6Xd
Federal Government moving forward to seize club colors
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Conspiracy? Gold-Backed Currency and this gang collects the gold

Most people said this was just a conspiracy theory. Now it's a proven fact! ...
Hillary's emails truly are the gifts that keep on giving. While France led the...
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Travel warning for Florida links allegedly to the home of the Nigeria Scam

Wow
The U.S. State Department, which issues travel warnings cautioning Americans about visiting potentially dangerous foreign countries, has for the first time in its 226-year history issued a warning for an American state: Florida. Addressing…
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William ROACH missing person reward $100,000

William ROACH - Australian Missing Persons Regis
www.australianmissingpersonsregister.com/BillRoach.htm
Sep 20, 2005 - Bill was last seen at Armidale on 31 December 1993. ... William “Bill” Roach, 25, was last seen alive on New Year's Eve in 1993 when his ... a "weird time" experimenting with marijuana, witchcraft and dungeons and dragons.

Within the gang, where they do the rituals, blood worship means death in my mind as many don't survive to tell.  However a supplier selling cannabis to the city boys I believe are murdered than rather paying the bill.  Armidale links to Kings Cross as the sex worker Natasha tranny told me the brothel had a secret than she went to Armidale, she turned up dead a few months later.  This gang in Kings Cross think they are a Wizard collecting the ID, for the crimes so they can be the most notorious gang.  However they need skulls for this black magicK hidden power I have studied.  This compartment is where you will find Juanita Nielsen linking to murdering people to a ritual where it relates to a triangle to keep the sole within the skull.  6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross will expose some evidence maybe even the skull.  

Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Unsolved murder Graham Kelvin Bourke

Police Case Graham Bourke Geoff Smith Butcher.
Graham Burke  Body in the boot.
Watch found under body… A hair found on the wrist band of a mysterious watch could help police solve the 23-year-old murder of a doting Sydney father and butcher.
 On the evening of Monday 25 October 1993, Graham Kelvin Bourke, ... 29 November 1993, Mr Bourke's body was located in the boot of his car.
Meteor Showers- the Orionid meteor shower will be visible from October 2 to November 7.  the North Taurids meteor shower is long-lasting (October 12 – December 2) Religious cult linking to a satanic cult where the deaths are to a ritual for murder for blood worshipping.
Wallet and car keys missing….
Within the brothel subfloor compartment I believe the person who has cut up the bodies was a link to a butcher.
6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross the brothel search will expose the underworld today and how the alleged cutting up of the bodies was performed I believe by a Butcher for some years.

Saturday, 16 July 2016

Dozens of NSW Police Facing Serious Criminal Charges

http://www.sydneycriminallawyers.com.au/blog/dozens-of-nsw-police-facing-serious-criminal-charges/



Dozens of NSW Police Facing Serious Criminal Charges


It has been reported that over 50 NSW police officers are facing a range of serious criminal charges, including sexual assault, child rape, domestic assault and perjury.
The details, obtained under freedom of information laws, suggest that 32 of NSW police officers facing charges have been suspended, while 21 remain on active duty. Retired Assistant Police Commissioner Clive Small was surprised by the number and seriousness of the charges, saying the revelations affect public confidence in the police force.
Lack of Disciplinary Action
Of particular concern is the fact that many police officers continue to serve on the force despite being convicted of criminal offences.
For example, Highway Patrol Officer Stephen Alan Saltmarsh remains on the force despitepleading guilty in Wagga Wagga Local Court to issuing bogus speeding tickets to non-existent overseas drivers in May and June last year.
And Inspector Damian Goodfellow was convicted in 1999 of assaulting an off-duty colleague. In 2002, he was arrested on suspicion of stealing and crashing an unmarked police car while intoxicated. Despite these findings, he was promoted to Acting Kings Cross Crime Manager.
Criminality in the Police Force
The revelations come shortly after a South Australian MP expressed concerns that officers in that state were not being disciplined for breaking the law. A dozen SA police have been caught drink or drug driving in recent years, but none disciplined.
Just two years, another expose found that 1 in 40 serving police officers in NSW have criminal convictions. This amounts to 437 serving police officers, with 591 convictions amongst them. The figure represents a 256% increase upon 2008, when there were 166 offences amongst 133 serving officers.
The problem of crime and corruption in police forces across Australia continues despite the 1995 Wood Royal Commission, which found systemic corruption throughout the force and made a range of recommendations for reform.
Police Response
NSW Deputy Premier Troy Grant denies that the NSW Police Force has a culture of misconduct. “The cultural issues of the force are quite simple, that we insist on integrity and very high levels of standards,” he said.
Similarly, Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione says that although there are a “few bad apples”, there is no general misconduct problem in the NSW force. “No-one should be mistaken about my tolerance for actions that tarnish the good name of the 16,000-plus officers who risk their lives and dedicate themselves to serve the community,” he said.
Dismissing Police Officers
Section 181D of the Police Act 1990 (NSW) gives the Police Commissioner power to dismiss an officer he “does not have confidence” in, after “having regard to the police officer’s competence, integrity, performance or conduct.”
Since 2007, Scipione has dismissed 216 officers under the section. The Commissioner previously expressed the view that most convictions are for minor offences: “In the majority of cases, officers will have been convicted of a low range PCA or similar offence. While I am not happy about that, I don’t believe that warrants the end of a … career,” he said.
However, Scipione was forced to modify that statement after freedom of information documents revealed that officers had indeed remained on the force despite having convictions for serious assaults, domestic violence offences and other serious charges.
While those who are charged with criminal offences should be considered innocent until proven guilty, many are concerned about the impact of such serious allegations on the public’s confidence in a force that is already tarnished by misconduct issues.
The fact that many officers remain in active service despite having criminal convictions is also cause for concern in the eyes of many.

Thursday, 14 July 2016

Monday, 11 July 2016

Missing Sandrine Jourdan

Detective Senior Constable Steve Watts, Moreton District Criminal Investigation Branch 

For a unsolved missing person to linger without a body?  I smell a Nomad of

Pink triangle around?  

Operation Mike Apex sees more than 60 people arrested on variety of ...

www.couriermail.com.au/...mike.../91ab5129a7750c0cb3862ac8b49a1ca6

Dec 13, 2015 - Seven people appeared in Caboolture Magistrates Court on Friday on ... of the newly-formed Caboolture chapter of the Nomads OMCG 

Sandrine Jourdan 4 years today missing person vanished?  She fits the 

Scorpion Rituals.....

Missing mum Sandrine Jourdan's family searches for answers

www.news.com.au/...sandrine-jourdan.../361159a0447633677c848fceb6abbc5e
Feb 20, 2016 - WHOEVER made Queensland mother-of-three Sandrine Jourdan ... The third is herex-boyfriend Ian Cannard. ... Police excavated the rest of the area in secret and have refused to tell the family what, if anything they found.

Ian Cannard allegedly links to house raising and Shannon Elliffe linked to a guy into this and also drilling into the wall behind Room G but would not drill down from the back hallway which I will allege will expose further this hidden compartment.

For a pattern, Juanita Nielsen and Sandrine Jourdan both 37 when vanished.  

Jennifer Stone Watch for updates on a police search to happen in Kings Cross 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross. With outlaw gang links to Australia
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Missing Sandrine Jourdan - Caboolture Australia how does this associate with Sandrines disappearance
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Jennifer Stone Within the hidden compartment within the building the police watch will expose evidence of unsolved missing persons I believe I have seen your notice before however I am sure she will link. This compartment in Kings Cross will link to how the drugs are moved around Australia and alleggedly a drug dealer is asked to do a murder to get in this gang where the unsolved link seems to fit.
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Nomads bikies chapter wiped out, say police - Brisbane Times

www.brisbanetimes.com.au › News › Queensland

Feb 13, 2010 - Police say they have put an end to the criminal activities of a chapter of the Nomadsoutlaw motorcycle gang, with the sentencing of four ...

Police close down major Caboolture drug operation | Nomads MC ...

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/569423946615894907/
Police close down major Caboolture drug operation.
Ms Jourdan has been known to frequent camping grounds in the Caboolture, Kilcoy, MoretonIsland, Kenilworth and SunshineCoast areas.
The drumming group that gets up in the Mountains, this allegedly links to other missing persons.

Timing in the sky?
Medieval Festival jousting tournament in Caboolture on July 7, 2012.  Templar Knights were in town just days before the disappearance of Sandrine.
This gang links to Pink aka Pope Seeing eye Nomad Knights.

Jennifer Stone Missing Sandrine Jourdan | Pieta Morgan's Blog
https://pietamorgan.wordpress.com/.../missing-sandrine.../
Jul 13, 2015 - Missing Sandrine Jourdan On Friday the 13th of July 2012 at ... it clear that I have never personally seen Sandrine taking dangerous drugs



Missing Sandrine Jourdan On Friday the 13th of July 2012 at approximately 5:30 in the…
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The Tree of Knowledge for Cathedral lane Woolloomooloo

the Giant Kurragong Tree (also known as the "Tree of Knowledge"). It sat on the edge of Cathedral Lane near Forbes St. It was left in the road, when Cathedral Lane was widened to join Cathedral Street. Removed in the 60s.  it was there in this 1943 photo. In the album of Maps that you have collected on WI, there is a 1949 map from the City of Sydney Archives, and it can be seen in that, too.

Sunday, 10 July 2016

RTB Shoe Shop Bankstown - Bill Bayeh

The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales · Page 4

https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/120336191/
Aug 3, 1995 - He had secured Senate votes for the ACT and the Northern Territory, and had ... Macras, public officer for a shoe shop run by Mr Bayeh and his wife. .... Mr Barakat said he had set up the RTB shoe shop at Banks-town f