Quote by Professor Field (Bond University)
“It’s one thing to stand there with no clothes on, but it’s another to paint yourself pink.”
(Source: Queensland Independent - University of Queensland - June 2004)
In Queensland there are two sets of rules when it comes to the delivery
of Justice - one for the political heavyweights and another for the rest
of us. This is the "accountable" Beattie Government in action. Read on.....
but not if you believe the current (2004) Labor Attorney-General
to a valid citizen's petition to appoint an independent prosecutor into
the shredding of the Heiner Inquiry
Naturally the Government supports the principle of equality before the law, and that the law should be applied consistently. This is why decisions relating to the charging and prosecution of alleged offenders are not made by the Government.
Image left: Wayne Goss.
Click on image for the full Labor cabinet implicated in the shredding of the Heiner Inquiry documents - the Beattie Government has used its numbers in Parliament to stiffle any proper inquiry into this illegal act.
Click on image right to uncover Queensland State Premier Peter Beattie"in the pink" lies and deception... Queenslanders think of the mind of that man behind the predictable smile and quirky remarks... it's a real worry.
at this link
"Like a mini-watergate, the real harm came not from the original decision but from subsequent efforts to justify it and to minimise the damage."
and, The threat
to Beattie is that he had Goss ministers involved in the shredding recommissioned
into his Government and he personally has perpetually defended the Goss
Christopher Hurley, Victorian Government Chief Archivist.
Premier Peter Beattie, based on what you will read
here, makes well known Queensland conman Peter Foster look like a complete
amateur in comparison and this page casts new light on why Christopher Skase
would not have had to flee Queensland if he had been a Labor
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