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Jennie Paluka says "report McGarvie to IBAC" 11 months 2 weeks ago #4025

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The legal services board aided the sister in law of the QC who acted for Jordanou's crime ring and the board 'spied' in SEC Whistleblowers. Where's our compensation ftom the legal board of bank officials for leaking that its bosses were backing the criminals while US law agencies investigated rings like Jordanou's racket?

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Jennie Paluka says "report McGarvie to IBAC" 11 months 2 weeks ago #4030

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APRA needs to be held to account on superannuation fund performance

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Jennie Paluka says "report McGarvie to IBAC" 11 months 1 week ago #4033

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Michael McGarvie's staff were desperate to find out what politicians were doing in the elections of Independents Against Corruption. McTaggart ran a boiler room. Shirley Joseph's customers complained about boiler rooms. Anti pedophile campaigners complained about Shirley Joseph's board and commission.

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Queensland's anti-bikie crackdown came at the expense of fighting other organised crime, report states
By the National Reporting Team's Mark Solomons, staff
Updated Sat 31 Oct 2015, 10:27 AM AEDT
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Child exploitation and financial crimes have flourished in Queensland because police have focused too much on outlaw bikies, a commission of inquiry has found.

The Queensland Organised Crime Commission of Inquiry found that while members of outlaw motorcycle gangs accounted for 0.5 per cent of all crime in the state, the Queensland Police Service had 200 detectives working in the area.

Whereas at most there were five detectives on the fraud squad and no more than 10 covering the child exploitation taskforce.

The inquiry was ordered by the Palaszczuk Government in February weeks after it came to office, to respond to a public backlash against tough anti-bikie laws introduced by the previous Newman Liberal National Party government.

Commissioner Michael Byrne QC today said the inquiry had found Queensland was the "epicentre" of so-called "boiler-room" fraud that had victimised people across Australia.

This was at the same time that the fraud squad had a maximum of only five detectives, he said.

Mr Byrne also said the state was "in the upper half" of Australian states in relation to child exploitation and there was demand for increasingly depraved material.

He said it was not too simplistic to say child exploitation had gone unchecked with focus on outlaw bikies.

"It is endemic in Queensland [child exploitation]," Mr Byrne said.

"The hard figures seem to say that one area was being neglected, at the expense of another."

His recommendations include the introduction of a single category for illegal drugs to replace the tiered structure now in place.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said she would consider the findings and recommendations and put them to a task force reviewing the state's anti-bikie laws.

"We absolutely need to get the balance right," Ms Palaszczuk said.

"I'm going to focus on that immediately.

"I think we all must take these findings incredibly seriously."

The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) told the inquiry the Newman government legislation could be described as "extreme", however they have been praised by other police services in Australia and overseas.

"The heavy focus on outlaw bikies meant that the CCC lost visibility of other areas of organised crime, who are likely to have benefited from and or exploited the opportunity to stay under the law enforcement radar."
LNP blames police for allocation of resources

Shadow attorney-general Ian Walker said the LNP made no apologies for going after criminal gangs.

He blamed police for the unbalanced allocation of resources.

"We gave the police all of the resources and laws they needed to tackle criminal gangs, but all the other resources were there for them as well to tackle all sorts of crime," he said.

"The allocation of resources from one area of crime to another is a matter for the police force.

"We took their advice in respect of legislation, if they felt any of the legislation was lacking either then or now, clearly we would take that advice on board."

The Queensland Police Service (QPS) said it would carefully consider the report's findings.

"The QPS ensured the commission was fully appraised of the organised crime environment in Queensland and the service's successes and challenges in responding to the current environment, including future organised crime threats," it said in a statement.
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Jennie Paluka says "report McGarvie to IBAC" 11 months 1 week ago #4038

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Findings by the Royal Commission:
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Shirley Joseph's CBA Bill Jordanou Ring 10 months 2 weeks ago #4069

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At the conference on casinos, FinCen's chief says on the topic of mortgage fraud rackets, moneylaundring through casinos and terror finance that : www.fincen.gov/news/speeches/prepared-re...h-annual-las-vegas-1
Shirley Joseph's name is in Whistleblower Reports. Prize winning prosecutors of the GW Bush Award of Excellence for Counter terrorism jumped out of the bushes on Al Quada, organized crime, child exploiters and boiler room scammers.
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