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Paedophilia in the Australian Government at the Highest Level

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    Christian Porter the Attorney General who wrote back to me 20th December 2019 after 12 months and I quote “future correspondence from you may not receive a response”.
    Christian left me no other alternative I had to take the matter to the people.

    Credibility? Politicians past or present, judges past and present, bureaucrats past and present, “prominent people” media, arts and entertainment .. NO CREDIBILITY your silence CONVICTS YOU ALL NOW!

    Senator Bill Heffernan claimed in Parliament on Tuesday (19/10/15) that he has a police list of 28 prominent people that includes a former Prime Minister and current judges that are suspected of being paedophiles. This is dynamite and an issue that will not go away until it is dealt with in full in an open and public manner.

    There is enough detail in Senator Heffernan’s allegations to make them very credible. Some of the details are:

    1. The list “formed part of police documents that had been “signed off” by Gary Crooke, QC, the former senior counsel assisting NSW’s Wood royal commission into police corruption in the 1990s. Mr Crooke declined to comment when contacted by Fairfax Media on Tuesday.”
    2. The list includes a former Australian Prime Minister, judges, members of the legal fraternity and others.
    3. “Every Commonwealth attorney-general since Philip Ruddock had seen the list”. This seems to have been confirmed by Philip Ruddock and Former Labor Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus.
    4. Senator Heffernan “accused former royal commissioner Justice James Roland Wood of refusing to investigate lawyers who had allegedly attended a Kings Cross “boy brothel”. (Click here to read more)
    5. The name of the club was Costellos and was a known “boy brothel” attended by members of the Sydney legal fraternity. (Click here to read more)
    6. Former Royal Commissioner Wood denied the allegations by Senator Heffernan, but not outright. “Mr Wood could not recall if the alleged list had been raised at the 1995 commission but said: “I reject that we failed to investigate anyone that fell within our terms of reference.” That is a very weak denial by Mr Wood and allows him plenty of wriggle room to change his story later down the track if needed. (Click here to read more)


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