She has spoken to Sky News and said overall the police didn't harm her and were a little nice off camera. Hard to know though if that's because it all
went viral so fast and they were told to ease up just a little bit.
She even says they said they weren't happy about arresting her. Just weird. So why aren't police speaking out and saying they're not okay with what
they are being forced to do? *Shakes head.*
Of course, she admits that she's too scared of the idea of protesting now, so mission accomplished, I guess.
edit on 3/9/20 by DwindlingHope because: (no reason given)
This is what you need to know about the woman arrested yesterday
Avi Yemini is still on the case. He compiles the public statements from the Premier and Police and adds his commentary to the matter. He does point
out a few inconsistencies in how the matter has been handled.
A few other points that make this unlawful:
- Section 109 of the constitution states federal law has precedence over state law when there is a conflict. It makes all of the over reaction in
- Section 116 of the constitution, the commonwealth is not to legislate in respect to religion or prohibit the free exercise of ones religion.
- Omnibus act 2020 response to covid, chapter 5 c, this act ignores the UN charter on human rights and responsibilities.
Anything inconsistent with our constitution and basic human rights is invalid in law. Directives require our consent. We have the right to peacefully
protest or gather, freedom of movement and expression, liberty and security of person, not subject or arbitrary arrest or detention. Only under law
can arrests be made, not directives.
- Division 4, section 38. It is unlawful for a public authority to act in a way that is incompatible with a human right or fail to give consideration
to a relevant human right. There are hundreds of videos of human rights being suppressed and assaulted.
- Vienna convention on law of treaties, Article 27, A party may not invoke the provisions of its internal law as justification for its failure to
perform a treaty.
Gestapo type police following tyrannical oppressive laws to enforce other draconian laws, never a good combination.
If these cops were smart they would have said, "you know what, this is a PR mess waiting to explode, let's back off"
Find another target, but they are too stupid and blindly follow orders, just like the Germans did from the Nazi's.
We remember from the Nuremberg trials, "I was just following order" is not a defense when violating natural laws against other humans.
3-9-2020 by Blue_Jay33 because: (no reason given)
The person who signed the warrant is a Detective Senior Sergeant Tim Argall.
A Ballarat policeman involved in recruiting gangland barrister turned high-level informer Nicola Gobbo has admitted he had an “episode of physical
intimacy” with her.
Nicola Gobbo is/was a police informant who was also working as a lawyer (barrister) for individuals accused of criminal behaviour. It is alleged that
her joint role as a lawyer for the accused and her role as a police informant has compromised the trials of individuals accused of criminal
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