It incorporated a 450 page evidential Addendum inclusive of hundreds of exhibits of government correspondence, memoranda, and other documentation. Collectively, these items detailed a catalogue of abuses perpetrated against Schapelle Corby, in a number of cases, involving corrupt and criminal conduct.
The response of each recipient is documented within this report.
The inescapable conclusion is that the government of the Commonwealth of Australia, and its agencies, wilfully refused to confront cables and correspondence, which evidenced issues of the most fundamental nature in terms of the integrity of office and state.
Throughout, obvious and clear attempts were made to avoid acceptance of responsibility to pursue the issues. This abrogation was even evident where due diligence responsibility is defined by law.
The scale and uniformity of this behavioural pattern indicate a high degree of orchestration, either direct or through ongoing systemic influence, or a shared prejudice, interest, or agenda.
THE CRIME REPORT & ADDENDUM
The Crime Report and Addendum can be viewed directly below.
This collective response constitutes evidential proof that the government of Australia is not prepared to address the crimes formally documented by the Crime Report and its Addendum. Indeed, the avoidance of any serious consideration, and the refusal to offer any substantive response, could hardly have been more starkly illustrated.
This position, in itself, constitutes a clear a breach of a number of international norms and protocols.
It also places the government of Australia in clear breach of its own legislation and laws. It is apparently operating above the judicial system of the State itself.
Whilst the grave implications of this situation are patently obvious, the Australian establishment as a whole continues to demonstrate complete and utter indifference. This, despite sustained efforts by a significant number of citizens to press their government to take the appropriate action.
It is against this background that a case is being prepared for submission to the wider international community.
THE RESPONSE OF RECIPIENTS: WEB PAGE VIEWING
The response of each recipient is also documented on the following individual web pages
1. Nicola Roxon MP, Attorney-General.
2. The Australian Crime Commission.
3. The Australian Federal Police, Commissioner Tony Negus.
4. Minister Of Home Affairs & Justice, Jason Clare.
5. Queensland Police Service.
6. New South Wales Police, Commissioner Andrew Scipione.