To: Queensland State Government

Petition regarding the refusal to lay charges relating to the death of Mulrinji - Sign here | View signatures

To: The Honourable the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland

We are outraged that the Director of Public Prosecutions, Leanne Clare, has failed to lay any charges against the police officer responsible for the death of Palm Island man Mulrinji on November 19, 2004. Less than 2 months previously, the Qld Deputy Coroner, Christine Clements, found that Mulrinji was beaten by Senior Sergeant Chris Hurley, such that he sustained 4 broken ribs and his liver was sliced almost in two. The DPP's explanation (echoing the police) that Mulrinji "fell" is a completely unacceptable lie - contradicting the coroner, expert medical advice, and witnesses. Premier Beattie and Police Minister Spence's defence of the DPP's decision is disgraceful.

Crown Templar: You have no rights, only privileges!

Submitted by John Wilson on Thu, 21/12/2006 - 12:25

The Santas arriving at CourtHi John, Compliments of the Season and all the best in the coming New Year - in good health and happiness.

We have no rights, only privileges.

Make a GOOGLE search "Crown Templar".

You will see our supposed lands are owned by the Vatican as a result of King John breaking his 1213 Treaty with Pope Innocent the 3rd, by signing the Magna Carta in 1215.

Double agents for the Crown signed the Declaration of Independence, making it null and void.

Greetings from the Palm Sunday Alliance in Melbourne,

Two weeks ago in Melbourne a meeting was called to brainstorm how peace, faith, union, environment, social justice and medical groups could organize around Palm Sunday (which falls on April Fools Day in 2007), to have some serious fun while sending some serious peace and anti-nuclear messages home to the government and the ALP.

This note shares information about what we have decided and planned thus far, and is an invitation to get involved and to think and talk over the holiday break about how to make this day both fun and politically effective.

Mulrunji Doomadgee photo courtesy ABCGreens leader Bob Brown says he'll ask the federal government to back a royal commission into the death of Aboriginal man Mulrunji Doomadgee on Queensland's Palm Island.

Queensland Director of Public Prosecutions Leanne Clare this week announced charges would not be laid against Senior Sergeant Chris Hurley over the November 19, 2004 death of 36-year-old Mulrunji.

The ruling followed the finding in September by Deputy State Coroner Christine Clements that Snr Sgt Hurley had struck Mulrunji and caused his fatal injuries at the police station on Palm Island, off Townsville.

"I will ask the Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Mal Brough, to seek government backing for a royal commission to investigate both the death at the Palm Island police station and the Queensland decision not to prosecute the police officer involved," Senator Brown said in a statement.

Palm Island demonstrators in Brisbane. Photo Annette Dew courtesy Courier Mail*Stop Black deaths in custody!*

*Stop police brutality against Aboriginal people! Justice for Mulrunji!*

Queensland Director of Public Prosecutions, Leanne Clare, has failed to lay /any/ charges against the police officer responsible for the death of Palm Island man Mulrinji on November 19, 2004.

Less than 2 months earlier, the Qld Deputy Coroner, Christine Clements, found that Mulrinji was beaten by Senior Seargent Chris Hurley, such that he sustained 4 broken ribs and his liver was sliced almost in two.

Join this demonstration to demand justice for Mulrinji, the suspension of DPP Leanne Clare and the laying of the highest-level criminal charges against Chris Hurley.

*2.30pm**, Wed 20 December.*

Gather:* **Martin Place** *(near Macquarie St, march to Parliament).* *

*Ph 0403 513 756, 0415 858 264, 9690 1977*

Dr Rafil Dhafir- by Katherine Hughes

Urgent Request For Funds To Buy Trial Transcripts in defense of a blessed man wrongfully convicted by the Bush Justice Department for his crime of compassion:

In direct response to the humanitarian catastrophe created by the brutal and unjustifiable U.S. and U.K. sponsored UN embargo on Iraq, Dr. Rafil Dhafir started the charity Help the Needy (HTN). For 13 years he worked tirelessly to help publicize the plight of the Iraqi people and to raise funds to help them.

Quote: Now the fact that a Director of Public Prosecutions fails to find sufficient evidence to sustain a conviction should not raise the level of public interest to the extent that this case has. What distinguishes this case is that only a few months before the DPP's decision was handed down, an inquest was held into the death of Mulrunji Doomadgee which ran in open court for some weeks. The Deputy Coroner Christine Clements had said, referring to the scuffle in the Police Station that "these actions of Senior Sergeant Hurley caused the fatal injuries". Unquote

Selwyn Johnston
(Federal Electorate - Far North Queensland)

We are in court today 5th December
Any witnesses would be great, particularly tape recorders.
Copy of Fiona's 6th Affidavit below & attached.

Cristian Family- by Arthur Cristian

The Cristian family - Arthur, Fiona, Jasmin, Emma and Frances - have found themselves caught up in a NSW Supreme Court drama over a home loan with Macquarie Banks intermeddling interloping interfering impostors (agents), some known as Macquarie Mortgages Pty Limited and Perpetual Limited ACN 000 431 827.

In a dispute that is now entering its second year, Fiona, a determined NSW Southern Highlands Suburban Housewife, operating on an oily rag and without legal representation, has continued to defend her fortress with sticks and stones against a multi-billion dollar banking giant who covets it.

"For those who understand legal terms, they mendaciously and wilfully created a false perjured brief which they submitted in collusion to the court as evidence against us. It was seriocomic in that it was laughable in its ridiculousness but deadly serious and dangerous at the same time. They conjured up an imaginary legal profess contract based on their poetic, artistic licence.

A Trial Giving Kangaroos A Bad Name

Submitted by Stephen Lendman on Thu, 09/11/2006 - 09:46

- by Stephen Lendman

As the dominant corporate media in the US made sure everyone in the country would know just ahead of the mid-term congressional elections here, Saddam Hussein was convicted of crimes against humanity on November 5 for his involvement in the killing of 148 Shia men in al-Dujail village after a failed assassination attempt against him there in 1982. The Supreme Iraqi Criminal (Hanging Court) Tribunal (SICT) sentenced him to death by hanging, subject to appeal that's automatic and pro forma. It won't save him from a very sore neck as long as the Bush administration has the final say, which it does despite international law or whatever passes for it in Iraq where the law is what the US occupier says it is. The sentence must be carried out within 30 days after all appeals are exhausted and the death sentence is ratified by Iraq's nominal president and two vice-presidents who have no authority and take their orders from US Ambassador and proconsul Zalmay Khalilzad who takes his orders from Washington.



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