posted on Apr, 21 2015 @ 05:14 AM
a reply to: hutch622
I agree, I think sometimes the sensibilities are lost with regards opinion towards our intell folks in Aust. They are good and professional and sure,
mistakes are made at times but... those involved are investigated and anybody responsible and the supervisors are publically called to answer. Very
difficult to go being unaccounted for anything in this country from my perspective.
I know some people will find that hard to believe but reallly nothing escapes public scrutiny through our media and in this case I watched the
Victorian Commissioner getting some pretty heavy questions put to him on ABC this morning.
The court outcome, inclusive of jury or peers, will determine the evidence.
If the authorities have overstepped the mark, the defendant will walk, with compo and an opportunity to continue their objectives. who's to blame
then, the authorities?? or the jury. Dunno meself but it ain't a conspiracy.
If it's jurisprudence whether factual or hearsay I cannot say its conspiring. Can only do the best you can with what tools you have in law on both
I hope I won't be taken wrong in this regard. I know people will make money out of this, media, interviewees, law reps and the judicial indistry (if
I can call it that) and I reckon we'll see ACA or its alternative paying for family of the defendants to openly speak out against the
investigatiions. I'm sure this will do more harm than good.
Think I've said too much but anyway Hutchy,. beers and cheers,