Another whistleblower unlawfully sectioned

Another whistleblower has been unlawfully sectioned under mental health legislation in Austria, by a single judge who has never met him, and WITHOUT A MEDICAL EXAMINATION.

This is an URGENT APPEAL for us all to unite at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, UK, on Wednesday 14 June, 2017 to show our support for a well-loved British man, military historian and author, Peter Hofschroer.  Friends and supporters of the acclaimed author and historian and his mother, Barbara (aka Grandma B), are asked to attend his appeal against extradition to Austria.

Call for inquiry into deaths of four men at psychiatric hospital"

St Andrew's hospital, Northampton, where four men died in a seven-month period on one psychiatric waReport that raised role of antipsychotic drugs in deaths of patients at a Northampton hospital was not shown to inquest

St Andrew's hospital, Northampton, where four men died in a seven-month period on one psychiatric ward.

A public inquiry has been demanded into the use of anti-psychotic drugs after an investigation revealed that side-effects from such medication probably played a part in the deaths, in quick succession, of four men on one hospital ward.

Questions have been raised as to whether the deaths, which all took place within seven months, should have been investigated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

The charity that runs St Andrew's hospital in Northampton told the CQC it started looking into whether the deaths on its 20-bed Grafton ward were linked shortly after a third patient died in April 2011. A fourth man, William Johnson, 41, a schizophrenic with cerebral palsy, died the following month.

Corruption exposed in the Orange County public guardian's office

In Orange County, a corrupt public guardian is stealing assets from the elderly and firing officials who dare to ask questions.

Todd Spitzer, a deputy district attorney who is respected by members of both parties, was alerted to possible misconduct in the Orange County Public Guardian's office last week. He asked a few questions and lost his job. Why?

The Public Guardian John Williams is making $138,000 as a base salary for supposedly looking after the assets of elderly or deceased citizens. Articles written in a variety of papers and journals detail that Williams has been mismanaging assets and looting the property of retirees in this County, which went bankrupt some time back.

The sort of Grandma B - a little old lady in a wheelchair.

Grandma B is now 85 years old. She is wheelchair-bound and very frail. The past six years of her life have been horrendous. She lost her husband of 60 years, but that was the easy part. She has also been the victim of sustained and systematic abuse in which she has been defrauded of her house, subjected to threats and harassment because she will not hand over her life savings to her abusers, then unlawfully evicted from her house and stranded abroad, with her abusers trying, so far unsuccessfully, to fraudulently sell her house. When she undertook litigation to recover her assets, they then abducted her and are now holding her hostage.

Abuse of Grandma B : How Corrupt Officials are plundering the Assets of the Elderly

Grandma B is now 83 years old. She is wheelchair-bound and very frail. The past four years of her life have been horrendous. She lost her husband of 60 years, but that was the easy part. She has also been the victim of sustained and systematic abuse in which she has been defrauded of her house, subjected to threats and harassment because she will not hand over her life savings to her abusers, then unlawfully evicted from her house and stranded abroad, with her abusers trying, fortunately unsuccessfully, to sell her house fraudulently.

Public Guardian vs Prison - Where is Emily Brown Better Off?

Emily Brown is better off in prison --- Are we wrong?  Let's put all disabled persons / senior citizens in jail and the criminals in nursing homes / group homes and in the care of the Public Guardian. . .

  • This way the seniors / disabled persons would have access to showers, hobbies and walks.
  • They'd receive unlimited free prescriptions, dental and medical treatment, wheel chairs etc and they'd receive money instead of paying it out.
  • They would have constant video monitoring, so they could be helped instantly if they fell, or needed assistance.
  • Bedding would be washed twice a week, and all clothing would be laundered and ironed for them.
  • A guard would check on them every 20 minutes and bring their meals and snacks to their cell.
  • They would have family visits in a suite built for that purpose.
  • They would have access to a library, gym, spiritual counselling, and education.
  • Simple clothing, shoes, slippers, night clothes and legal aid would be free.
  • Private, secure rooms for all, with an exercise yard and gardens. 
  • Each senior could have a PC or laptop, a TV , radio and daily phone calls.
  • There would be a board of directors to hear complaints, and the guards would have a code of conduct that would be strictly adhered to. 

"Criminals" would get cold food, be left all alone and unsupervised.
Lights off at 8 pm.
Showers once a week.
Live in a tiny room and pay $1500 per month and have no hope of ever getting out.


Source : http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/group.php?gid=47782330722

Jonathon Harveson - NSW Public Guardian - Low Life Scum Bag - Keeps Disabled Persons Locked Up as Prisoners in Solitary Confinement - Breaking Every Human Rights Law There Is!

What sort of piece of shit is this guy?  And what the fuck do we have human rights for because the Public Guardian doesn't seem to think they matter. 

You do realise that the Public Guardian (a government organisation) is ,assigned to look after people by the Guardianship Tribunal (another government organisation).  And anybody can apply to have somebody signed into the imprisonment of the Public Guardian - just as they did this poor girl. 

The ballbag pieces of shit from DoCS - Ben Anderson made the original application - just as Emily and her mother thought she was about to be freed by DoCS and the government, and signed her over to the Public Guardian so they could then keep her prisoner, abuse her further, deny her the basic human rights such as using a telephone and speaking to her mother. 

Not sure this is true?  Well look under the section Emily Brown - the Girl with No Human Rights - and view the letters she has written and all the statements she has made about her captivity by the government to keep her quiet about her initial kidnapping and 14 years of abuse by DoCS and now the Public Guardian.  Suzanne Alexander was responsible for the original kidnapping and each time the matter was appealled they lied and committed perjury in each court case and have been determined ever since to keep Emily a drugged up prisoner of the state - with whom the government decides who she can and cannot talk to, and where she is allowed to live and what she can and cannot do.

Jonathon Harveson in this person - he has no respect for Emilys basic human rights that are recognised under the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights.

  1. Emily has a right to have contact with whom she wants
  2. Emily has the right to freedom of speech and to heard equally before a court of law
  3. Emily has the right to live where she wants

Why is this animal allowed to treat Emily with less rights than a dirty animal who has raped and killed little children?  And why does each government department and person continually fob off Emily's pleas for help by anybody she has had contact with, and her mother? 

  1. Why is Emilys mother not allowed to know where Emily is being held prisoner?
  2. Why is Emily not allowed to have contact with whom she wants?
  3. Why do the Emilys Captors who profit substantially by having her in their custody have the decision of who and what Emily can see and do?

Each time i think of this 20 year old girl with mild autism and the life she has been forced to have, I want to vomit.

Public Guardian Prisoners Are Denied These Basic Human Rights - Emily Brown is a Perfect Example and she is ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE by Jonathon Harveson of the NSW Public Guardian

Article 19 - Living independently and being included in the community :

States Parties to the present Convention recognize the equal right of all persons with disabilities to live in the community, with choices equal to others, and shall take effective and appropriate measures to facilitate full enjoyment by persons with disabilities of this right and their full inclusion and participation in the community, including by ensuring that:

(a) Persons with disabilities have the opportunity to choose their place of residence and where and with whom they live on an equal basis with others and are not obliged to live in a particular living arrangement;

(b) Persons with disabilities have access to a range of in-home, residential and other community support services, including personal assistance necessary to support living and inclusion in the community, and to prevent isolation or segregation from the community;

(c) Community services and facilities for the general population are available on an equal basis to persons with disabilities and are responsive to their needs.

Article 30 - Participation in cultural life, recreation, leisure and sport :

1. States Parties recognize the right of persons with disabilities to take part on an equal basis with others in cultural life, and shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that persons with disabilities:

(a) Enjoy access to cultural materials in accessible formats;

(b) Enjoy access to television programmes, films, theatre and other cultural activities, in accessible formats;

(c) Enjoy access to places for cultural performances or services, such as theatres, museums, cinemas, libraries and tourism services, and, as far as possible, enjoy access to monuments and sites of national cultural importance.

2. States Parties shall take appropriate measures to enable persons with disabilities to have the opportunity to develop and utilize their creative, artistic and intellectual potential, not only for their own benefit, but also for the
enrichment of society.

3. States Parties shall take all appropriate steps, in accordance with international law, to ensure that laws protecting intellectual property rights do not constitute an unreasonable or discriminatory barrier to access by persons with disabilities to cultural materials.

4. Persons with disabilities shall be entitled, on an equal basis with others, to recognition and support of their specific cultural and linguistic identity, including sign languages and deaf culture.

5. With a view to enabling persons with disabilities to participate on an equal basis with others in recreational, leisure and sporting activities, States Parties shall take appropriate measures:

(a) To encourage and promote the participation, to the fullest extent possible, of persons with disabilities in mainstream sporting activities at all levels;

(b) To ensure that persons with disabilities have an opportunity to organize, develop and participate in disability-specific sporting and recreational activities and, to this end, encourage the provision, on an equal
basis with others, of appropriate instruction, training and resources;

(c) To ensure that persons with disabilities have access to sporting, recreational and tourism venues;

(d) To ensure that children with disabilities have equal access with other children to participation in play, recreation and leisure and sporting activities, including those activities in the school system;

(e) To ensure that persons with disabilities have access to services from those involved in the organization of recreational, tourism, leisure and sporting activities.

Australia's First Case of Fully Verifiable ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE by the NSW Public Guardian

A hearing held last week in the case of Emily Brown who is under the care of the NSW Public Guardian, consisted of Jonathon Harveson from the NSW Public Guardian - acting as Emily Browns "Boss", and numerous other government officials including her own legal representation who is hand picked by the government also.  Emilys mother Julie Brown was accompanied to the proceedings by Emilys previous Independant Advocate Caroline Mason.

NSW Public Guardian has decided that they will never share Emilys location with her mother - the only person / family continually in her life since she was first stolen by the government when she was only 5 years old, and for no evidentiary reason other than former officers at the NSW Department of Community Services, Robin Howe and co, did not like Julie.

The fact that only government representatives and / or government paid representatives were at the proceedings, and nicely stacked against mother and daughter is nothing more than a money making crusade on behalf of our greedy government, who happily pays agencies such as Catholicare up to $5000 per week until a foster child reachess the age of eighteen, even if that child has been sent home - and ultimately the grounds needed to prove an ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE.

"Australia's First Case of Fully Verifiable ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE by the NSW Public Guardian"

A hearing held last week in the case of Emily Brown who is under the care of the NSW Public Guardian, consisted of Jonathon Harveson from the NSW Public Guardian - acting as Emily Browns "Boss", and numerous other government officials including her own legal representation who is hand picked by the government also.  Emilys mother Julie Brown was accompanied to the proceedings by Emilys previous Independant Advocate Caroline Mason.

NSW Public Guardian has decided that they will never share Emilys location with her mother - the only person / family continually in her life since she was first stolen by the government when she was only 5 years old, and for no evidentiary reason other than former officers at the NSW Department of Community Services, Robin Howe and co, did not like Julie.

The fact that only government representatives and / or government paid representatives were at the proceedings, and nicely stacked against mother and daughter is nothing more than a money making crusade on behalf of our greedy government, who happily pays agencies such as Catholicare up to $5000 per week until a foster child reachess the age of eighteen, even if that child has been sent home - and ultimately the grounds needed to prove an ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE.

"Public Guardian's Office Looting Estates--with a Little Help from the Judge"

The Public Guardian's office in Riverside has been caught red- handed embezzling funds, it appears. And it is apparently going to get away with it.

The Public Guardian's office is pledged with the task of acting as conservator over estates belonging to the elderly and/or disabled and also acts as Trustee in other estate matters. In a recent routine accounting in Riverside Superior Probate Court concerning the Amalie Phelan Trust, a notation appeared in the attorney's time records, indicating she had leached off funds without court approval and had apparently falsified the accountings to cover this up.

Attorney Toni Eggebraaten has declined to answer questions about this notation in her time records, which points the finger towards embezzlement of funds and falsification of court records. She has stated that the Public Guardian's office has pooled a number of estates, an act specifically prohibited by probate code 16009 and cites this pooling as a reason not to open up the records to examination.

Another probate code exonerates the Public Guardian's office from the necessity of keeping funds separate, however. The pooling of funds essentially occludes what would otherwise be a straightforward matter of reconciling checks with bank statements. Eggebraaten further raised alarm when she supplied minimal discovery in the form of some checks and then redacted (blacked out) a number of names of payees as well as bank cancellation information and the signature of the endorser on these checks, in more attempts to hide the transactions taking place in this accounting.

But it was business as usual in Riverside Probate Court last week. Eggebraaten's alleged embezzlement was reported to the sitting Probate Judge, Thomas Cahraman, who ignored the fact that there are active subpoenas, yet to be satisfied, for Union Bank records which could resolve the issue of alleged embezzlement.

In a rush to judgement, Cahraman took the matter under consideration and then quickly issued a ruling which does not even touch on the matter of the implied embezzlement, and approved the accountings filed in this matter, which involves the decedent's estate of Dr. Amalie Phelan, a former conservatee. "The Public Guardian's office handles money for a lot of disabled and elderly people," states Janet Phelan, who discovered the notation and filed objections with the court. "These people may not have anyone to even check the accountings for them and are entirely dependent on the integrity of the Public Guardian's office." "The court has stolen around $800,000 from me," alleges Janet Phelan, who is a beneficiary of this Trust and caught the attorney's notation after examining the accountings prior to their being approved by the court.

"They have nearly cleaned me out." Phelan is pro per and states she does not have enough money to hire an attorney. Phelan refuses to speculate as to why Judge Cahraman approved obviously fraudulent accountings. "This judge has already showed us what he was all about back in 2009," she states, "when as Presiding Judge he refused to investigate compelling indications that the Riverside judges were laundering bribes and pay offs through their property loans."

Phelan, who is an investigative reporter, broke the story of the loan scam in the San Bernardino County Sentinel in September of 2009. "A little digging and we came to the realization that Cahraman's loans are also questionable," she states. "The judge is on the take, the PG´s office is looting the estates of Riverside County's most vulnerable citizens and Barack Obama is bailing out Wall Street," she said. "Let's get clear on what is going on here. The little guy is being raped and no one in power will lift a finger to stop this.
Source:(http://www.lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&;view=article&id=365:public-guardians-office-looting-estates-with-a-little-help-from-the-judge&catid=119:news-reports&Itemid=221)

""My Imprisoned Wife" - Queensland OPG Imprisons Wife of 28 Years and Loots Family Estate"

I, a man going by the name Chris, a free man, over the age of twenty-one years, competent to witness, do affirm and say that I have first hand knowledge of the facts stated herein:

I am husband to the woman known as My Imprisoned Wife.  I have been married to My Imprisoned Wife for 28 years.  My Imprisoned Wife began to show signs of her disability four years ago.  I believe this disability is still to be properly diagnosed and qualified.  I believe this to be a condition called post traumatic stress syndrome.  I alone have been caring for My Imprisoned Wife while she has this condition.  On 2nd March 2011 My Imprisoned Wife had an episode where she presented her anger and had to be restrained.  I believe her anger was the result of withdrawal symptoms after ceasing her medication.  This medication was ??????????. 

On the evening of 2nd March 2011 I made an attempt to contact by phone four different support groups but each call went to a message-bank.  In a state of exhaustion I contacted Nambour Hospital on 3rd March 2011 for overnight help so I could obtain a nights rest to recover from the previous night’s lack of sleep.  This error of judgement began a nightmare for My Imprisoned Wife and I as she has been a PRISONER OF THE STATE ever since ...

"Man's death in aged care home referred to Coroner"

POLICE will refer the death of a 92-year-old man at the Grafton Aged Care Home in South Grafton on Wednesday night to the Coroner for further investigation.

Media outlets said staff at the facility called police when the man was found dead in his bed about 10.30pm with minor facial injuries which would not be explained.

Inspector Murray Gillett from Grafton police confirmed that no one had been charged over the death and the matter was being referred to the Coroner.

The Daily Examiner left a message for the manager of the Grafton Aged Care Home but the call was not returned.

Prime7 said on Thursday night that staff at the facility were devastated by the circumstances of the death. (Source : http://www.dailyexaminer.com.au/news/mans-death-in-aged-care-home-referred-to-coroner/1581205/)

"Woman's death shines spotlight on aged care"

A New South Wales family is demanding increased staffing levels for aged care in regional Australia after a coronial inquest into the death of a 91-year-old woman.

Martha McKee died of asphyxiation at the Mid Richmond Aged Care facility at Coraki, near Lismore, on July 28, 2010.

She died on a night when there were only two staff members caring for 45 residents.

Ms McKee was treasured by her family, and her 91st birthday was another milestone in a long and contented life.

"It was happy times. She just loved that birthday party. I will never forget that," her daughter Judy Keepance said.

"We were just smiling and taking photos."

Ms McKee was known by her nickname Bub. She lived all her life in northern New South Wales and was happiest when surrounded by her family.

"I actually got to say a few times that I loved her very, very much and that she meant the world to me," Ms Keepance remembered.

But Ms McKee's 91st birthday was the last time her family would see her alive.

Ms McKee was a high-care resident at the Mid Richmond Aged Care facility.

She had very little mobility and sought comfort from little things, as her dementia deepened.

"You are trusting, you are putting your loved one in a place. You are trusting they get the best of care," Ms Keepance said.

It was the earlier hours of the morning and there were two staff on duty on Ms McKee's final night: Judith Robson, a carer, whose registration as an enrolled nurse had lapsed; and Patricia Sawtell, a 20-year-old carer, who was on her very first night shift.

The Coroner, Magistrate Robyn Denes, found "Ms Robson was effectively on her own caring for 45 residents".

Ms Robson and Ms Sawtell checked on Ms McKee at 2:50am.

She had bed poles on her bed to help pull herself up.

Ms Robson later told police she spoke with Ms McKee before leaving the room.

"It's a long time before the morning. You need to get some more sleep. I'll see you in the morning," Ms Robson told police she said.

Martha McKee's death

But some time in the early hours of the morning on July 28, 2010, Ms McKee fell out of bed.

The two carers opened the door at 5am to find Ms McKee lying on the floor.

She had fallen out of bed, taking her mattress with her. Her neck was trapped by the bed pole.

"I saw Martha and saw she was wax-work white. I turned the light on and it was absolutely horrific. I could tell that she was dead," Ms Robson said in her police statement.

But Judith Robson did not check for any signs of life. She and Patricia Sawtell closed the door and telephoned their supervisor.

Ms Keepance says her mum might have been alive.

It's very important that people know she's not a number. She was our mother, my mother. And we miss her. We miss her very much.

Judy Keepance

"Mum might have been alive. And they could not go in there and check for basic signs of life and take the bed stick off her neck. I am shocked. I am furious," she said.

Ms Robson was the president of the local Surf Lifesaving Club and was trained in first aid.

But Ms McKee was left lying on the floor for another hour, before a nurse checked if she was dead.

"So, I will always wonder. If something could be done. If she was alive, something could be done to save her life," Ms Keepance said.

The Coroner found it was unclear exactly what time Ms McKee died or how long she may have suffered.

"What I can say is that, had she still been alive, she may have been able to have been resuscitated," Magistrate Denes said.

Police were called to the nursing home and the room was sealed off.

Ms Keepance was allowed in. She said goodbye to her mother and promised to find out what happened.

"I just told her that I loved her. And sort it out, I will," she said.

Regional standards

This case reveals a series of concerns about the standards of aged care, particularly in regional areas.

The Coroner expressed concerns about the staffing levels, even though they were legal.

"One carer to the 45 residents at Mid Richmond, as it was in July 2010, is unsatisfactory even if it meets the legislative requirements," he said.

At the time of Ms McKee's death, Mid Richmond was classified as a low-care facility, and its managers were not required to have a registered nurse on duty.

But the Coroner found that about 20 of the 45 residents were in fact high-care.

Unlike child care, there are no minimum staffing ratios for aged care.

Brett Holmes from the New South Wales Nurses Association says low staffing levels can place residents at risk.

"The size of the facilities in rural areas often means that they have fairly minimal staffing. And, as in this case, have a period of time elapse before you're able to get back around the rest of the facility to check on everyone," he said.

Aged care activists, like Linda Sparrow from Aged Care Crisis, say elderly Australians deserve better.

"In fact they are just as vulnerable as very young children, who have been not so long born," she said.

"And yet we don't seem to provide the care and attention at the end of life as we do at the very start of life, and I find that very troubling.

"People in aged care homes have the right to care, protection, to have their say, all the things that the rest of us take for granted."

'Appropriate staffing'

The owner of the facility, Baptist Community Services (BCS) declined to be interviewed, but released a statement.

"Based on our extensive experience operating aged care facilities, we maintain that our staffing at Coraki on the night in question was appropriate," it read.

"We also support our staff members who were involved during the events surrounding Mrs McKee's tragic death."

The association representing aged care providers declined to discuss staffing levels in the industry. It also released a statement.

"Aged and Community Services Australia wishes to offer its sincere condolences to the family of Martha McKee," it read.

"ACSA has nothing further to add to the Coroner's report of 26 August 2011."

The Coroner also questioned why bed poles had been fitted to Ms McKee's bed.

7.30 has obtained a Department of Health and Ageing advisory, issued six weeks before Ms McKee's death, warning about their dangers.

"She couldn't do anything physically and they shouldn't have been on her bed," Ms Keepance said.

"BCS were found to have been in breach of their responsibilities under the Aged Care Act."

But Baptist Community Services defended its use of the bed pole.

"A risk assessment was conducted on Ms McKee's use of the KA524 bed pole. It was determined that this was an appropriate aid for her to continue to utilise," it said in a statement.

BCS has since removed bed poles from its facilities, and retrained its staff in first aid. 

Audio: Listen to the story (PM)   (Source : http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-08-08/elderly-womans-death-shines-spotlight-on-aged-care/4186002)

"Why are family members being banned from visiting their relatives in nursing homes?"

Huguette Hebert was banned for a day from seeing her husband at a continuing care facility after she asked to stay in the room while he was changed to see if he had bedsores. (CBC)  Listen

Families of seniors in some care homes in Alberta have been banned from seeing their loved ones and say - short of going to court - which some are now doing, there is no way to appeal decisions made by staff at those homes.

Huguette Hebert visited her husband in an Alberta nursing home and asked to watch while his diaper was changed. She was concerned about bedsores. Not only was she told she couldn't watch -- she was made to leave. Here's how she describes that day:

"New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal - Appeal Panel"

The Guardianship Division of the Civil and Administrative Tribunal[i] is where people who have had guardianship orders placed upon them can apply to have them revoked or changed.  This is only supposed to  happen when there is either nobody to care for the person.  Unfortunately, locking people up in Aged Care and or Residential facilities is extremely lucrative for all those involved - from the NGO who gets paid to "care" for the client, the solicitors appointed by the government who are supposed to act on behalf of the government and both the Guardianship Tribunals and the Public Guardians also. 

In studying various cases, there seems to be an extraordinary amount of human rights violations, whereby the Guardianship Tribunal, the Trustee and the Administrative Tribunal appear to be in collusion with each other in order to keep a person and their property under their absolute control.

No right to choose your own legal representation.

As a general rule, NCAT refuses to allow persons to have legal representation stating “the general rule in the Guardianship Division is that a party has the carriage of his or her own case and is not entitled to be represented by any other person”. [ii]

However “a party may be represented by another person only if the Tribunal grants leave for the person to represent the party”. [iii]

This means that you do not have any entitlement to legal representation to appeal any Guardianship Tribunal decision, unless the Guardianship Tribunal says you can.  And even then, it will only be if the Tribunal allows that particular legal representative to represent you.

Former intensive care doctor warns government against merging public guardian and trustee

Professor Tom Faunce: "You never want to get into a situation where life and death decisions are hanging because of financial considerations."

ANU law professor and former intensive care doctor Tom Faunce has urged the government not to merge the offices of public guardian and public trustee, warning it could confuse crucial medical decisions.

"Public Guardians WorldWide Kidnapping and Trafficking People for Money"

naziflowersIt seems to be another one of those worldwide issues with governments trafficking in people yet again.  People all over the world are complaining about the money and their families being stolen by the Public Guardian, or Courts of the Protector etc.  They claim that documents are falsified, that judges are colluding with tribunals and that embezzlement is the norm.

How can our governments and our international tribunals continue to allow this when just the idea of people being trafficked makes us sick.  The thought that our own governments are doing it to the most vulnerable - elderly and disabled persons - and all for the seizure and use / sell of that persons assets is dispicable.

"30 August 2012 - Office of the Public Guardian re EMILY BROWN"

Dear Ms MacDonald

I am replying to your email of 13 August 2012 regarding Ms Emily Brown.

This office currently manages Ms Brown's financial matters. As far as I'm aware there are no current proceedings in relation to Ms Brown. Under Privacy legislation I cannot answer your questions relating to Ms Brown's finances without her authority to do so. Ms Brown has not authorised the release of information to you.

Most of the information you have requested regarding Ms Brown's current address can only be answered by Ms Brown's guardian. The Public Guardian has been appointed as Ms Brown's guardian and you will need to refer your questions regarding her curent address and access to Ms Brown to the Public Guardian. The address for the Public Guardian is Locked Bag 5116 Parramatta 2124 or alternatively you can email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

"31 August 2012 - Office of the Public Guardian re EMILY BROWN"

AlecommLogo1 03d07OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC GUARDIAN

To Whom It May Concern,

Please find below-listed a revised set of questions that I seek the answer to regarding my friend Emily Brown, who is being kept in an undisclosed location, with, as far as I know, the only people knowing her whereabouts are the government and or its agents.

The questions listed here-below do not have any privacy requirements, as I am not asking for personal information - and they are a matter that would apply to each and every person who is being held by the public guardian, however (for now) I seek the answers only for Miss Brown. Please provide the answers to these questions and I would like to think that as a representative of people who are under the “care” of the government, that you be freely disclosing this information in the interest of transparency and accountability, and not to appear that you are hindering our investigation.