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VLSB "spies" on Prosecution Brief from FBI to AFP? 9 months 1 day ago #3252

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Keith Hunter was jailed exactly like foretold in the reports that Howard Bowles was named in at the SEC Whistleblowers Office and before they arrested the criminal Americans just like his customer Elliot Sgargetta said to Parliament. Howard Bowles might have lots of other cases with undercover agents, an FBI Sting, and Americans and Hush Deeds and Politicians he spies on, like people in Podesta's Julia Gillard, Al Gore's adviser Pulier, Boutros Ghali's nephew teymour from Servicemesh, and Keila Ravelo from Mastercard's firm. Julia Avis at Minter Ellison will have another go at snapping up the proceeds of crime. Is it true that the cover up was extraordinary as reported to Parliament's PJC Inquiry by BankReformNow's customers from the Waldron and Sgargetta Family? www.computerworld.com.au/article/611843/...ole-kickback-scheme/
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VLSB "spies" on Prosecution Brief from FBI to AFP? 8 months 4 weeks ago #3253

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The PJC Eco Committee's Whistleblower Inquiry could be interesting. Howard Bowles wanted the SEC reports he's named in because he admitted he spoke to "Mr Jones" before the Sting's arrests went down.
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It really did come all true! Judge Garaufis was shocked. Judges threw the Mastercard Visa and Amex MDL Settlements out because $6b was inadequate. NSW Judge Arnott said there was a criminal enterprise of kickbacks that cost Computer Science Corp's guy from the Clinton Foundation, Eric Pulier, forfeiture of his $98,000,000 bonus. . Is a criminal entreprise of lawyers and criminals Wire Fraud and racketeering, because Michael McGarvie told Robert Clark MP that Howard Bowles knew nothing about the SEC investigation or racketeering and breaches of privacy to that crowd of bush lawyers in Brighton called Mctaggart. Who's Barnett, Ian Charles Bennett, Jagan Nominees and Fiona Bennett?

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Hi,

If you’re following the Commbank I.T Contract Bribery Case, you’ll know that Ian Narev was asked to sign off a contract that’s tainted with bribery allegations before

a) a Grand Jury against Eric Pulier,

b) a civil court in Delaware in Computer Science Corp v Pulier, and

c) criminal proceedings by the Federal Police’s Commander Linda Champion and NSW Cybercrime Inspector Katsogiannis

against CBA IT Managers Jon Waldron and Keith Hunter.

Hunter and Waldron were a stones throw from Narev. If he was ‘in on it’ there’s lots of laws in the USA and Australia that could apply to him personally.

Therefore you might like to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and federal police at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and ask them to investigate if Narev was “in on it”.

Make sure you cc lots of people in the groups so that one day the copies can go to a Royal Commission. Also feel free to ask This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to follow up on the complaints.

And no, we don’t give out names and numbers. Please google “scribd sting ace” for the screenshot of 7News’ coverage of a bribery case they say was a FBI Sting. Narev is one step away from the Board of people like Ashursts and their Gadens Clan. We want lawyers and bankers and managers to answer to real law enforcement.

Please feel welcome to google “Bloomberg Business Inside a $5.7 billion antitrust trainwreck”. In that case of Reserve Bank Information, undercover operatives stung colluding lawyers for Mastercard and Visa. Arrests and Jail for 3 are already Ordered. We’re tackling the banking culture ‘differently’. So if you can nudge things along with CBA please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and medcraft and the ABC and let’s see if we can get the US to lean on the AFP and ASIC and APRA to look into whether the Board & Management & Lawyers complied with laws that apply to Global banking.

Members in the Supportive Residents & Carers Action Group Inc are already registered for a share of a reward (if any) if the US imposes a Fine on CBA. Members should email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and ask for $100,000 compensation for telling the “stingers” more than enough to get the US involved in some cases. Again, keep us in the loop with bcc emails, and any buzz off letters with go to the SEC and a Royal Commission.

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VLSB "spies" on Prosecution Brief from FBI to AFP? 8 months 2 weeks ago #3270

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Derryn Hinch, John Madigan, Pauline hanson and many others also want a Royal Commission into the family Court. Brad Pitt's case is on billboards in LA via Fathers4Justice. Dear Liberty Victoria. Get your submissions in to Hinch's Inquiry.

Liberty Victoria also want nominees for Whstleblower of the Year, and Pakuka's customers want Elliot to get the prize .... of a Royal Commission we hope.



Submission to the Voltaire Awards for free speech and whistleblowing

Our Association has been invited by Senator Xenophon’s team to submit to an Inquiry into Whistleblower Law Reform that Senators Hinch and Xenophon extracted out of the Turnbull Government in December 2016. Our groups advocates for better protection for nursing staff who blow the whistle on over-empowered bureaucrats who intimidate staff with threats of prosecution unless the bureaucrat is un-impeded in "interviewing" the disabled behind locked doors on dubious ‘one-on-one’ visits. Perhaps the most famous incident involved a Court case where Judge Felicity Hampel sentenced Mr Kumar to 18 years in prison for sexually abusing victims of cerebral palsy, or a case where a prisoner, Ali Ali, bashed a disabled man into a coma but had to be let off on a technicality by the Supreme Court, and Ali went on to kill an underage girl in the Phillipines. It is disgraceful that these characters get revenge, as illustrated by the story this week of a now-deceased pedophile at the Railways’ Puffing Billy yards who had his friends cancel a job for a victim who refused as a kid to “bend over” for him.

We would like to nominate the Victorian Legal Services Board's customer Elliot Sgargetta for having the guts to pass on their tips off to the FBI. An international task force investigation arrested donors to the Democrat party like a former workmate, Keila Ravelo, at Sidley Austin to Michelle Obama. Her trial starts on February 7th in New York. Then there was the FBI inquiries about a former IT adviser to President Bill Clinton's Global Initiative, Eric Pulier, who was investigated by a grand jury, and that also resulted in Commonwealth Bank general manager Keith Hunter getting charged with bribery in New South Wales and charged in California with a conspiracy to defraud shareholders in a computer company that is a contractor to the Defence Department, Medicaid, Medicare Australia and insurance giants. According to the FBI's enquiries of Howard Bowles' customers who went to Parliamentary Inquiries, U.S. and Australian task forces also arrested a cocaine trafficking ring that ran a scam which defrauded Willkie Farr and Hunton & Williams of $5,000,000 as part of a scam that misrepresented Australian Reserve Bank documents to the unwitting class action retailers who walked away from proper awards of damages so that the lawyers could pocket $544,000,000 in legal fees. But as luck would have it, Judges Garaufis, Winter, Jacobs and Leval were shocked when they found out so the Judges overturned settlements and cancelled the awards of legal costs. Reuters’ legal reporter Alison Frankel wrote that it was the most extraordinary case of improper ethics she ever came across. A University Professor Levitin swore an affidavit to the same effect. But for the tip offs from concerned staff in the legal board about these international lawyers, no one would have known. Our Association filed a complaint with the New York Supreme Court disciplinary committee, and it is looking into whether more lawyers were part of a conspiracy of the type the judges decided was shocking enough. The merchant’s lawyer, Mr Mallory Duncan from the National Retail Federation, has publicly said he believes the merchants were the victims of backroom deals that were calculated to pay merchants only pennies on the dollar. VISA recently informed the American Securities Exchange Commission that the scandal could result in Visa being liable for tens of billions of dollars which, they claim, could be trebled under U.S. anti-trust laws. MasterCard and American Express also filed notifications at the SEC in which they upwardly revised their estimates of likely damages.

As one of our members, Mr Elliot Sgargetta, advised the Federal Parliamentary Joint Committee into Engineered Loan Defaults and Sam Dastyari's Inquiry into Foreign Bribery, the banks were terrified when he followed the Victorian legal services board's advice to go to VCAT where he would receive a hush deed worth about $1,000,000. He thought they were insane, but he went anyway to VCAT and, to everyone's surprise, he was offered a million-dollar hush deed. Unfortunately the hush deed look like it would use shareholders money and rob shareholders, rather than be compensation from the multinational lawyers themselves, - and he was warned beforehand not to touch any hush deed that would rob shareholders. Just as well too because the FBI was on Channel 7 on 18 March 2015, in a story about a sting operation, and everyone was amazed at the brilliant legal advice from the tip offs from some of the insiders at the Victorian Legal Services Board. While no one was certain they were on the side of the FBI (as they gave the impression they were backing bad banks and bank lawyers), we Elliot’s brave whistleblowing might’ve uncovered a paedophile ring, though the FBI would not elaborate upon their operation called Operation Pacifier or Argos.

Please nominate our member Elliot Sgargetta for the whistleblower award.
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VLSB "spies" on Prosecution Brief from FBI to AFP? 8 months 1 week ago #3287

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Howard Bowles case goes to trial in a few weeks.
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A lawyer's alleged double life could screw up one of the biggest antitrust settlements in US history
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A former partner of one of New York’s top law firms is being accused of defrauding her firm and her clients of more than $US5 million — and the fallout might jeopardize one of the biggest antitrust settlements in history, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Until recently, Keila Ravelo was a partner at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, where she primarily dealt with MasterCard. She and her husband have been charged with fabricating paperwork for legal services to defraud MasterCard, her law firm, and another law firm out of $US5 million.

But more damningly, Willkie Farr & Gallagher found while it was investigating the alleged theft that Ravelo received confidential information in emails from an opposing lawyer in a pair of antitrust lawsuits retailers brought against big credit card companies, according to the Journal, which cited court records.

That lawyer, Gary Friedman, was a longtime friend of Ravelo, and represented the merchants who were suing the credit card companies, according to court records cited by the Journal.

One of those lawsuits led to a record-breaking $US6 billion settlement in a lawsuit accusing MasterCard and Visa of conspiring to fix fees that retailers could charge customers, as the Associated Press reported. The other lawsuit led to a smaller, $US75 million settlement.

Now that these emails have been discovered, lawyers on both sides plan to file papers Tuesday questioning the veracity of the settlement, according to the Journal. Lawyers representing merchants in the case already filed papers last week.

MasterCard and American Express both said last month that they’re confident the settlements will still stand, saying that Ravelo and Friedman didn’t play an important enough role to justify their collapse.

However, earlier this month a judge rejected the $US75 million settlement, citing text messages that Ravelo and Friedman, according to The New York Times. Those messages showed that Friedman consulted Ravelo on the settlement “every step along the way,” the judge found.

The Times noted that the judge’s decision “could have ripple effects” for the much bigger, $US6 billion settlement, according to The Times.

In a separate case, Ravelo’s husband, Melvin Feliz, is awaiting sentencing “after pleading guilty in February to plotting to transport more than 40 pounds of cocaine from California to New York,” according to the Wall Street Journal. And on Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to

conspiracy to commit wire fraud and tax evasion in the case where he and Ravelo allegedly defrauded MasterCard and the law firms.

In a statement, Ravelo’s lawyer said that Feliz “coercively demanded” Ravelo’s actions. He also sought to distance her from her husband, saying that the two were estranged.

“The public must keep in mind that Feliz is a convicted drug trafficker and fraudster, facing a total of 14 years in federal prison, who deceived his wife and children in both his personal and business dealings for more than a decade,” the statement said. “Unbeknownst to Ms. Ravelo, her estranged husband led a dual life, including having a secret second family and pretending to be a legitimate businessman.”

We reached out to a representative for Ravelo’s former firm, and we’ll update this post with any comment we receive.
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Almost 4500 alleged abuse in Catholic institutions over 35 years, royal commission told
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The extent of alleged paedophilia in Catholic institutions has been laid bare for the first time with a royal commission hearing that almost 4500 people have made claims of child sexual abuse over the past 35 years.

Data gathered by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse show certain Catholic orders had a high proportion of alleged abusers, including the Christian Brothers, the Marist Brothers and St John of God.
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Extent of alleged abuse in Catholic institutions revealed

A royal commission hearing has been told that almost 4500 people have made claims of child sexual abuse in Catholic institutions over the past 35 years. Vision courtesy ABC News 24.

Francis Sullivan, chief executive of the Catholic Church's Truth, Justice and Healing Council, which assisted the royal commission's analysis of alleged abuse, became emotional as he addressed the packed public hearing before Justice Peter McClellan​.

"These numbers are shocking," he said. "They are tragic and they are indefensible. Each entry in this data ... represents a child who suffered at the hands of someone who should have cared for and protected them."

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The commission heard between 1980 and 2015, 4444 people alleged they were abused as children in more than 1000 Catholic institutions however the true number of victims may never be known as many do not come forward.

"This data . . . can only be interpreted for what it is: a massive failure on the part the Catholic Church in Australia to protect children from abusers and predators, a misguided determination by leaders at the time to put the interests of the Church ahead of the most vulnerable and, a corruption of the Gospel the Church seeks to profess," Mr Sullivan said. "As Catholics we hang our heads in shame."
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The average age of female victims at the time of the alleged abuse was 10, while the average age for alleged male victims was 11, the commission heard. The data showed it took an average of 33 years for victims to come forward.

Counsel assisting the commission Gail Furness SC said 1880 alleged perpetrators were identified in claims of child sexual abuse. Of the 1880, 32 per cent were religious brothers, 30 per cent were priests, 29 per cent were lay people and 5 per cent were sisters.

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The research examined 75 Catholic authorities over a 60-year period between 1950 and 2010, determining that, overall, 7 per cent of priests were alleged perpetrators.

Of religious orders with only religious brother members, the highest proportion of alleged perpetrators were members of St John of God (40.4 per cent), the Christian Brothers (22 per cent), the Salesians of Don Bosco (21.9 per cent), Marist Brothers (20.4 per cent) and the De La Salle Brothers (13.4 per cent).

The dioceses of Lismore, Wollongong, Port Pirie, Sandhurst and Sale had the highest proportion of allegations of abuse.

The royal commission will spend the next three weeks examining allegations of child sexual abuse within Catholic institutions at a public inquiry to hear from more than 70 witnesses, including five archbishops.

Over the past four years, the commission's private sessions have taken testimony from more than 2400 people who were allegedly abused in Catholic institutions.

Fifteen public hearings have been conducted into Catholic authorities since the commission started in 2013, with evidence from more than 260 witnesses including Australia's most senior Catholic figure, Cardinal George Pell.

Ms Furness described the testimony of survivors as "harrowing".

"The accounts were depressingly familiar," she said. "Children were ignored or worse, punished. Allegations were not investigated. Priests ... were moved. The parishes and communities to which they moved knew nothing of their past. Documents were not kept or they were destroyed. Secrecy prevailed as did cover-ups.

"Many children suffered and continue as adults to suffer from their experiences in some Catholic institutions."

The royal commission has made 309 referrals to police around Australia involving alleged child abuse in Catholic institutions, with 27 prosecutions resulting.

Dr Michael Whelan, a Marist priest and director of the Aquinas Academy, told the hearing verbal apologies for past abuse were meaningless without action.

"The most powerful apology we can make is to change," he said.

The hearing continues.
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