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HC Online | 13 Feb 2017, 10:54 AM Agree 0
A disgruntled former Channel Seven staffer has been tweeting private internal emails between executives
  • kaz | 14 Feb 2017, 12:04 PM Agree 0
    We all know Schapelle was never paid anything and the media made up ridiculous figures re payment which was a complete and utter lie. The propaganda worked for the government AFP and media though, Schapelle and Mercedes were illegally gagged! one day the sheeple will wake up to what they did to Schapelle and her family The TRUTH is published here 1000's of FOI documents from within the John Howard administration.

    “Overall, the exercise constituted the largest and most wide-scale exercise of FOI based information gathering ever to have been undertaken within the Commonwealth of Australia”


    Most of the material presented on this website was sourced through formal requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) of 1982. The use of this legislation yields copies of ‘official’ data: correspondence, transcripts, emails, records, documents, and a vast array of other information types. For any given subject, when requests are submitted across all relevant departments and agencies, the returns provide an unambiguous and clear picture of events and decision making.

    In the case of Schapelle Corby, requests were submitted over a lengthy period, of five or six years. They were submitted on behalf of Schapelle Corby herself, so that her own personal data could be returned. Others were later submitted from relevant third parties, and through different individual citizens, in order to avoid target awareness of the huge investigative exercise which was underway.

    After initial submissions and returns, follow-ups and appeals were undertaken, to seek and obtain further information. For every government department and agency at all relevant to the Schapelle Corby case, one or more such requests were pursued to their ultimate outcome. Supplementary requests were also submitted, again by different individuals, to obtain data pertaining to indirectly related aspects which might yield complementary background data.

    The comprehensive and carefully executed project plan embraced the heart of the establishment, and included the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Attorney-General’s Department, the ACMA, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, the AFP, the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, the Department of Transport and Regional Services, the ACLEI, the Prime Minister’s & Cabinet Office, the OAIC, the Australian Crime Commission, the ABC, and a multitude of other institutions and agencies.
  • concerned | 14 Feb 2017, 03:49 PM Agree 0
    I am only aware of what I read however it appears that what I have read indicates that the woman was penalised and the exec got off without financial damage, and for some reason a deal done was not honoured. The lady may be wise in hindsight however she should be compensated financially for something more than likely commenced by the man, and they usually have a history. I would assume that if this lady was made whole financially and compensated for losing her job, then having a deal reneged on, she would probably go away but it is very disappointing to see anyone treated this way by the big boys and she is thrown to the kerb. lets face it she will have a hard time getting work. No one can convince me it was not a 'boys decision' that the Seven board exonerated Worner from wrongdoing following an independent investigation into his conduct and credit card spending. I don't know officially but would hazard a guess its a male board. Any affair with a person in his position is wrongdoing, and unless his wife is a Hilary Clinton type she would not exonerate him from wrongdoing. I am mindful of his wife's feelings in this but exonerated makes me choke. Do the right thing by this person and close the door.
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