Monday, November 29, 2010

Schapelle Corby & The PC Plods of The Australian Federal Police




















To Mark Walters, Head of Professional Standards, The Australian Federal Police

This is another formal Professional Standards complaint, re the apparent six month delay in interviewing the QANTAS baggage handlers who dealt with Schapelle's luggage. What was the problem? Did the guys stop off for a smoko on the way to the airport? Is that an acceptable bench mark?

It may have escaped your officers notice Mark, but these QANTAS workers were already under major suspicion and officially under formal surveillance (page 42), on the same day Schapelle flew, which was the exact date they used another innocent QANTAS passenger as a drug mule. And in those glaring circumstances, the AFP couldn't be bothered to get of it's backside to do the appropriate interviews for SIX MONTHS?!!!! What do you put in your coffee down there, Mogadon?

I look forward to your formal response and acknowledgement, regards, Kim

PS - And yes, the outcome of the above is going in the book, and cc the leading American journalist now following these matters (1st paragraph).

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Schapelle Corby & QANTAS Bullshit . . .












Click on the above picture to enlarge & read . . . also sent to the USA Transportation Security Administration.

Schapelle Corby & The New South Wales Crime Commissioner/Drug Dealer, A Formal Complaint

































Dear Phillip,

This is a formal complaint, about The New South Wales Crime Commission, to both you and The NSW Police Integrity Commission. Please treat it as such. They (and you), will also receive it via fax and registered mail. And even though the Australian policing world is a rancid little pond at least 50 years behind the rest of Western World (according to some very senior British cops I've just spoken to), where formal complaints like this are (I'm sure), used as paper missiles, then chucked the waste bin - please be aware this information is also going straight to the USA Transportation Security Administration, cc the leading American journalist keeping very close tabs on this story. Then (in due course, sometime very soon), straight on to the rest of the World, with some high profile book reviews (amongst many), waiting in the wings.

Now Phillip, I want to formally complain that your rather unique and outlandish policing methods . . .
. . . didn't include the basic expedient of filming and/or arresting corrupt QANTAS baggage handlers at Sydney Airport:
"In 2005, an AFP/NSW Crime Commission operation resulted in the arrest of members of another cocaine syndicate who were using baggage handlers to remove imported cocaine from Sydney Airport." Quote from the Submission of The Australian Federal Police, to "The PJC-ACC Inquiry into the Adequacy of Aviation and Maritime Security Measures to Combat Serious and Organised Crime," November 2009.
. . . who were using innocent passengers as drug mules on the 8th of October 2004, at the same time Schapelle was using their "Services." QANTAS unequivocally said (page 42), you were monitoring them that day. And guess what? Schapelle's plane even overlapped (for several hours), with the one carrying the cocaine . . .
"Through a Freedom of Information (FOI) request, Dr. Adrian Bradford, has discovered that a South American plane carrying a shipment of illegal drugs was on the ground at Sydney international Airport at exactly the same time Schapelle Corby passed through in transit to Bali."
. . . while all the Sydney Aiport CCTV was working perfectly:
But despite this, you still managed to trash every frame of CCTV relating to the criminal activities of these baggage handlers, while simultaneously failing to charge them.

Can I suggest something Phillip? Maybe before you resort to the exotic expedient of flogging 6 kilos of cocaine to drug users (most of which was never recovered), you actually pay attention to some basic policing work?

My formal complaint is in relation to your complete failure to achieve or preserve surveillance footage of these criminals on the 8th of October 2004, and in your complete failure to arrest or charge them. I look forward to your formal reply.

Regards, Kim

Addit - reply from the NSW Police Integrity Commission (29th November 2010), HERE

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Schapelle Corby - QANTAS Criminals, The USA Security Regulator & Facebook


























Click HERE to enlarge & read the smaller picture. That Facebook post (Los Angeles Times, nearly 27,000 fans), links to this formal complaint (to the USA Transportation Security Administration), about QANTAS. Very soon, that graphic info will be posted on other Facebook pages, as shown in these galleries here and here (containing other recent posts about QANTAS criminality), reaching over 62 million Facebook fans - and continuing upwards, on even more pages, to at least 300 million.


Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Schapelle Corby - American Media are on the Ball, re Criminal QANTAS Baggage Handlers. Letter Sent to the US Ambassador to Australia (Registered Mail)













Click on that picture/letter to expand and read. Also reproduced below:

To: Mr. Jeffrey L. Bleich,

United States Ambassador to Australia,

American Embassy,

Moonah Place,

Yarralumla,

ACT, 2600


Via fax & registered mail


Dear Jeffrey,

Re: A formal complaint about QANTAS Airlines (vis a vis major security failures), recently lodged with The Transport Security Administration, USA.

I’ve just lodged this formal complaint, as fully documented here:

http://womenforschapelle.blogspot.com/2010/11/schapelle-corby-formal-complaint.html

. . . and expanded to some extent here:

http://womenforschapelle.blogspot.com/2010/11/schapelle-corby-deputy-police.html

I’m sending this information on to you as a courtesy, as a senior journalist, on a leading American publication, has taken a major interest in these important issues, and is paying close attention to the outcome.

I assume I’ll receive formal acknowledgment and feedback from The Transport Security Administration in due course.

Warm regards,


Kim Bax

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Schapelle Corby & The Clueless Australian Policing Establishment












Click on that picture to enlarge & read.

To Rosemary, Head of The School of Policing Studies, Charles Sturt University.

Rosemary, I sent you this email this morning, and I look forward to your reply. These are very serious issues, that will be extremely public.

Briefly Rosemary, either put it in writing that The School of Policing Studies, Charles Sturt University, is too clueless to provide the expertise Michael Levine recommends I get (and/or refer me to any Australian expert that can), or provide me with the necessary information. Thanks.

Addit - Despite this quote from the Australian Federal Police, re Charles Sturt University's Police Studies Unit:

The AFP’s Learning and Development Higher Education and Research team examined the possibility of forming partnerships with various educational institutes to enhance the learning opportunities available to AFP members.


Since the team developed the qualifications pathways framework, two of Australia’s leading universities have signed separate Memoranda of Agreement with the AFP. Monash University signed an agreement on 25 August 2008 recognising the completion of specialised AFP College programs as credits towards undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in the areas of criminal justice, counter terrorism, Islamic studies and international relations.


In November 2007, Charles Sturt University (CSU) signed an agreement to provide higher learning and knowledge enhancement in the investigations, intelligence and security related areas.

Charles Sturt's School of Policing Studies have now formally indicated that they're not equipped to respond to me, re acceptable and safe policing standards for the AFP, or refer me on to any named policing expert in Australia.

So tell me Rosemary, what are you teaching now at Charles Sturt School of Policing Studies? Is it still Skills 101 in passing the brown paper bag? Or maybe a Masters in Ducking the Bloody Knife?

Schapelle Corby - Deputy Police Commissioner Mike Phelan has a Seniors Moment . . .















Sorry to wake you up from a bit of a snooze Mike, but did you forget something? Like actually arresting the Sydney Airport/QANTAS baggage handlers responsible for using an innocent QANTAS passenger as a drug mule, on the same day Schapelle flew from their terminal? Steve Jackson reckons it slipped your mind (I spoke to him). And QANTAS even admitted in this formal report (p 42), they were never arrested.

Maybe you should pop over to the UK for a few weeks of remedial training? I wonder what the Americans will make of it . . .

PS . . .

"In 2005, an AFP/NSW Crime Commission operation resulted in the arrest of members of another cocaine syndicate who were using baggage handlers to remove imported cocaine from Sydney Airport." Quote from the Submission of The Australian Federal Police, to "The PJC-ACC Inquiry into the Adequacy of Aviation and Maritime Security Measures to Combat Serious and Organised Crime," November 2009.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Schapelle Corby - QANTAS Cover Up Christmas Cards






















Above, back cover of Christmas cards designed and ordered here. You can save that image from here, to use it on the back of your own individually designed cards.

Schapelle Corby - A Petition to Investigate The QANTAS Cover Up












Click on that picture to enlarge & read.

Details of The QANTAS Cover Up HERE

Sign the petition to investigate it HERE

Spread the word with the logo HERE and HERE

Sign the petition to free Schapelle HERE

Send a Christmas message to Schapelle HERE

Join Women for Schapelle (guys welcome too), HERE

Schapelle Corby - Global Activism, The QANTAS Cover Up Goes Viral










Click on that pic to enlarge and read, a Dutch activist, Erwin, picks up the ball and runs with it.

Here's his networking site, with over 600 Dutch activists. And here's the stickers and other stuff, Erwin's passing on . . . matching the enthusiasm of the London activists . . .

Friday, November 19, 2010

Schapelle Corby - How The Hell Did QANTAS Ever Employ "Tom"? A long Term Criminal, Who Had Never Held a Job in His Life
































Dear Alan and Steve,

Please be aware that these questions will also be formally faxed to you, and sent via recorded mail. Further, court action against QANTAS, for failing in its duty of care towards Schapelle, is not an "If," it's a "When." In other words, this blog is only the tip of the iceberg, re the incriminating information against your airline - and when those with the power to do so choose to make their move, in my personal opinion, I'm sure they will.

So, can QANTAS please explain how the likes of "Tom," as described by Clive Small, was ever employed as a QANTAS baggage handler, as described by The Sydney Morning Herald?

I look forward to your considered reply.

Regards, Kim

CC - The Transport Security Administration, United States Government

Schapelle Corby - Pointed Questions About QANTAS Criminals to The Australian Federal Police












Click on that letter to enlarge and read. Sent to AFP Chief Tony Negus and Commander Mark Walters (Professional Standards), by recorded delivery.

Here are the questions enclosed, and here is information about the USA Congressmen mentioned in that correspondence.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Schapelle Corby & A Formal Complaint to "The Transportation Security Administration," United States of America, re QANTAS Airlines























(Addit Friday 19th Nov 2010 - Here is the USA Legal Code relating security standards at foreign airports).

Dear John and Daniel,


I see you were leaders in publishing this key report about ensuring the security of overseas airports, to maintain the safety of United States aviation - and quite rightly so. Let's face it, you can make your domestic security systems as stringent as possible, but passenger safety is still badly compromised if foreign airlines (and airports), leak like sieves. That's why I want to make a direct, high profile and public complaint to you about QANTAS Airlines and Sydney Airport (Australia), re what I believe is corrupt collusion between QANTAS and the Australian Federal Police, to cover up and hide the gross criminality of QANTAS employees.

It is also criminality that has led to the jailing of an innocent Australian airline passenger in an Indonesian hell hole (for 20 years). Please note, most of the Indonesian terrorists, responsible for some recent blasts that killed many innocent people, are now free.

To set the scene (and the graphic/high profile nature of this debacle), there are protests planned at QANTAS check-ins (with flyers), a book in development, a documentary, a feature film and a grass roots merchandising campaign. Further, supporters (from all over the Globe, including the USA), have collated media contacts from several continents.

In a nutshell, The Australian Federal Police openly admit QANTAS employees were engaged in criminal behaviour:

"In 2005, an AFP/NSW Crime Commission operation resulted in the arrest of members of another cocaine syndicate who were using baggage handlers to remove imported cocaine from Sydney Airport."


Quote from the Submission of The Australian Federal Police, to "The PJC-ACC Inquiry into the Adequacy of Aviation and Maritime Security Measures to Combat Serious and Organised Crime," November 2009.

. . . of the type that has attracted very severe sentences in the UK:

"A baggage handler at Heathrow who was the 'key inside man' in a plot to smuggle 9kg of cocaine in the luggage of unwitting passengers from South America was jailed yesterday for 19 years."


http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2004/aug/07/drugsandalcohol.drugstrade

However, these Sydney Airport/QANTAS baggage handlers (mentioned in The Australian Federal Police report above), were never arrested or charged. I know this because I spoke directly to Steve Jackson (Head of Security, QANTAS Airlines), a few weeks ago, and asked him point blank. And if you Google these words:


qantas cocaine sydney baggage 2005


. . . you will find multiple press reports of their criminal behaviour, but no mention of their court appearances - even though other members of that cocaine syndicate are now serving time. I believe this is because those QANTAS baggage handlers/criminals were the exact same crew that dealt with Schapelle's luggage, and their criminal activity (using another innocent passenger as a drug mule), related to the exact day she flew from Sydney Airport (8th October 2004).


Due to the very high profile nature of Schapelle's arrest (In Bali), in Australia, I believe QANTAS were desperate to keep their criminal staff out of court. However, if QANTAS and the Australian Federal Police are engaged in corrupt collusion to keep criminal staff from justice, that obviously places all aviation at risk. People who can get away with using innocent passengers as drug mules, can also get away with placing Semtex in luggage when it suits them. Hence this complaint/report to you.


I have reported my concerns directly to The Australian Federal Police (via Tony Negus, their Chief Officer), but they are point blank refusing to act. I have also reported my concerns to The Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity, who have stonewalled for over 6 months now - and my fax to Julia Gillard (Prime Minister of Australia), remains ignored. Maybe they'll all wake up from their slumbers when one of the (next), QANTAS flights from Sydney to San Francisco explodes mid-air? Will it take an overwhelming tragedy before people do the job they're paid to do?


There is also the extremely important issue of adequate and thoroughly transparent investigation when airline passengers are found to have drugs in their luggage, after their bags have been out of their control for many hours, in the context of widely documented insider corruption. This should include:


* The immediate preservation of all airline/airport CCTV relating to them and their luggage.


* Forensic examination of the drugs, for finger prints, human DNA and possible source.


* Weight comparison, e.g. check-in weight of bags, as compared to the weight of the luggage when the drugs were discovered.


* A search of the passengers home, for evidence of drug trafficking, plus an investigation of their phone and banking records, and interviews with their family, friends and associates.


Please note, that in relation to Schapelle, every single point starred above (even though she begged for these investigations), was ignored and trashed. There was not a single piece of physical or circumstantial evidence linking her to the marijuana found in her bag. And currently, the Australian Federal Police are also refusing to say why they allowed every single frame of CCTV (relating to Schapelle and/or her luggage, from three Australian air terminals), to be destroyed. Again, I believe it was because they were covering for corrupt QANTAS employees - and now, their gross failure in this regard is the subject of a formal professional standards complaint.


I look forward to hearing from you.


Very best wishes, Kim


PS - I have also spoken to high profile USA investigator Michael Levine in relation to these extremely important issues (who was very supportive and sympathetic). Here's an article he did about innocent drug mules, and I expect to speak to him further in the near future.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Schapelle Corby - Spreading The Word About The QANTAS Cover Up












. . . via T-Shirts, Fridge Magnets, Bumper Stickers, Tote Bags & Mugs - and via inspiration to the 14,000 supporters of Schapelle on Facebook. Click on the pic above to enlarge and read.

Big W prints everything but the bumper sticker, details HERE. And if you're not in Australia, you must have a similar big high street store that provides the same service. Many pictures of Schapelle are easily found on-line. Big W told me I'd have to take the image to them, on a USB stick, though you can also order and design on-line with them if you want.

I've already ordered bumper stickers for my car, and my daughters car, HERE (you design them yourself on-line) - and I intend to get the other items (in that collage), at Big W.

The mugs (two of them), can accompany my daughter and I to work, and the fridge magnets can brighten up the staff rooms. Just passing on some ideas . . .

Monday, November 15, 2010

Schapelle Corby - The Australian Federal Police Wash Their Hands of QANTAS (Sydney Airport), Baggage Handler Drug Importation












Click on the image to enlarge & read a bizarre email from the Australian Federal Police, dated 15th November 2010, after I formally reported QANTAS baggage handlers for importing cocaine. Further reply/questions to the AFP here (emailed, faxed & sent via registered post):
(addit Tuesday 16th November 2010, just rang Professional Standards at the AFP, which is the section that sent me the above email, where a police officer just told me it was "None of my business" why the AFP didn't arrest the QANTAS baggage handlers detailed below. Methinks many, many Australians will disagree with that sentiment when it's published - and I wonder when ACLEI will get it's act together and investigate why these scroats are still walking? I confirmed they have my formal complaint re this issue)

Dear Tony (and others),

I'm a bit confused by the email sent to me by the Australian Federal Police on the 15th of November 2010, as detailed here, at this blog post:


Could you please provide me with some further explanation? It would be appreciated, and very much in the public interest.

Quite a few weeks ago now, I spoke to Steve Jackson (Head of Security, QANTAS Airlines), after he rang me at home. I asked him very directly what happened to the QANTAS/Sydney Airport baggage handlers involved in this very serious crime on the 8th of October 2004 (the same day Schapelle flew from Sydney Airport):


He told me none of them were ever arrested or charged - and certainly, there are no press reports of their arrest and trial. However, without doubt, via a clear admission from the Australian Federal Police themselves, these baggage handlers were engaged in hard core criminal activity:

"In 2005, an AFP/NSW Crime Commission operation resulted in the arrest of members of another cocaine syndicate who were using baggage handlers to remove imported cocaine from Sydney Airport."


Quote from the Submission of The Australian Federal Police, to "The PJC-ACC Inquiry into the Adequacy of Aviation and Maritime Security Measures to Combat Serious and Organised Crime," November 2009.

. . . of a type that has attracted very severe sentences in the UK:

"A baggage handler at Heathrow who was the 'key inside man' in a plot to smuggle 9kg of cocaine in the luggage of unwitting passengers from South America was jailed yesterday for 19 years."


http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2004/aug/07/drugsandalcohol.drugstrade

So, does your email of the 15th November 2010 mean (please pick an appropriate option, or options):


1. The QANTAS baggage handlers in question were investigated and cleared of any crime, either during investigations, or after court appearances (which would appear to contradict the 2009 AFP submission to the Government inquiry, detailed above)?


2. The QANTAS baggage handlers were investigated, charged and convicted re these crimes (which would appear to contradict the assertion from Steve Jackson, detailed above, and the complete lack of any press reports re their court appearances)?


3. It was not the responsibility of the AFP to investigate their crimes, and/or charge them?


4. Drug importation, into Australia, via corrupt airport staff, is not the responsibility of the Australian Federal Police?


5. You corruptly conspired with QANTAS to keep these criminals out of court, and out of the headlines?


6. There is some other explanation (please elaborate)?


I look forward to your further explanation, plus (in the first instance), a prompt formal acknowledgement of this correspondence.


Regards, Kim


PS - As you probably understand by now, these very serious policing and security matters (as detailed above), are also under consideration by multiple experts in the field, internationally, who will be providing comment and interviews for the new book.