"[W]e have the same problem, I think, in the institution of the law as well as in the institutions of our churches, etc.... [T]here is clearly a need for the inclusion in the terms of reference for the Royal Commission, under 'institution', the institution of the law. - Senator Bill Heffernan
I was given an order to produce, and I produced, documents to justify my case to the McClellan Royal Commission. I have some of those documents here...
This one I am holding up here, for instance, asks, about boys picked up by Judge so-and-so... This is a police intelligence document that says, 'A certain judge used to pick up boys in the toilets opposite Marcellin College.'
That particular judge...allowed a father who was abusing his foster children and whom he found guilty in a closed court, with names suppressed, to go back to the family home.
Disabled man sexually abused multiple times in state-funded facility
Category: Disability abuse
Created: Monday, 12 December 2016 20:20
Written by Neelima Choahan - The Age
[FACILITY REFUSED TO PROVIDE EXTRA SECURITY CLAIMING LACK OF FUNDING].
Maria Thomas with her son Matthew who was sexually abused multiple times at a state-funded facility for young people with autism in Melbourne.
For months, Maria Thomas would wake up at night terrified her son was being sexually assaulted.
Matthew, a non-verbal man with autism, was sharing a state-funded emergency facility, Autism Plus, with four other young people. One of them had already attacked Matthew several times.
Lawyer uncovers “alarming trend” as children taken without warrants
Category: Reports on increase in child removals
Created: Wednesday, 17 December 2014 18:32
Written by Mikael Thalen - Infowars.com
A federal class action lawsuit filed out of Southern California states that the Riverside County Department of Public Social Services has kidnapped “thousands” of children without warrant or reason.
According to the suit, which makes mention of several social workers and investigators, Riverside’s operation “makes a habit” of kidnapping young children.
Speaking with the Courthouse News Service, the Plaintiffs’ attorney, Shawn McMillan, said that he “uncovered an alarming trend” when investigating similar cases in the area the year prior.
“County child welfare agencies regularly subvert the constitutional rights of parents and children by seizing children from their parents when there is no danger to the child, and in fact no need to seize the child at all,” McMillan told Courthouse News. “The class action is designed to address a procedural problem. They [Riverside County social workers] as a matter of course don’t get warrants before seizing kids.”
Australian Federal Police use Operation NoEthics to conceal claims of police misconduct and intimidate a potential witness.
Category: Australian Antipaedophile Party
Created: Wednesday, 03 July 2019 20:44
Written by Mishka Hudson
Mishka is a family violence advocate and potential witness in the Operation Noetics AFP investigation, where controversially, a parent and grandparent have been charged with stealing their own children.
These caregivers strongly claim that they were protecting their children from high risk family court orders, which placed these children at significant risk of harm.
Mishka alleges that the AFP are interfering with a potential witness, namely herself, involved in the AFP Operation Noetics through using Orweillian intimidatory tactics similar to those seen in the recent ABC raids. She believes that this is to hide the misconduct and gravely flawed police investigations and heavily biased wider operation which is protecting alleged perpetrators of significant child abuse.