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TOPIC: Jennie Paluka says "report McGarvie to IBAC"

Jennie Paluka's Case at Fell's Royal Commission 10 months ago #4423

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Was the LSBC spying on FBI's Eileen Decker Cases? 9 months 4 days ago #4433

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How can a bank and its lawyers refuse a cheque from the accountant for American homebuyers for the full payout figure as agreed at the bank mediation?

How can Judges with shares in the bank tell the barrister over and over that he "abandoned" a legal ground

Why was the legal services board 'spying' on self represented litigants who were seeing reporters?

Why were the FBI investigating transfers from the Clinton's expert in IT Eric Pulier to the NZ account of the Commonwealth Bank's Mr Jon Waldron, and how did the legal services board know about the Clinton expert before 7News said the arrests were a sting?

Can the bank legal team run a case where they were witnesses?


Dear Judicial Commission
C\- Richard Besley





Please find attached the transcript excerpts in which Paul Hayes refers to in his submissions, and the specific judgment excerpt of Justice Whelan and Justice Santamaria where they at some point heard Mr Hayes ‘expressly abandoning’ the core ground to our case.



Now, if these Judges potentially heard things that weren’t there, and therefore this void and severable ground wasn’t abandoned, thus litigated as it ought to have been, then what would have been the result?





Well, Justice Whelan actually zoomed straight to this pertinent question/matter at the commencement of the hearing (see exhibit AP16 attached). Stating that – Clearly the payment was made to NAB (on 20 March 2013) so therefore this case is simply about whether the NAB deed was available at that time when the payment was made.



Now, see attached NAB’s counsel, Mr Segal’s opening statement to the court in trial – exhibit EDS3, which was filed to Justice Whelan and Justice Santamaria.



So where NAB state in court that their deed was available, but no payment was made, and then it was determined by Justice Whelan and Justice Santamaria that payment was in fact made, then what do you think the result would be if the void and severable ground wasn’t ‘expressly abandoned’ and that Justice Whelan and Justice Santamaria actually considered the ground and evidence as they should have?

Simply, the void and severable ground was to merely prove that a condition NAB had imposed in their deed that we had to show them that we can pay them the $299,000 by 25 February 2013, which we did do, was in any event null and void, thus severable.



The deed was available on 20 March 2013 when payment was made as the parties (NAB and us) affirm, therefore this clause obviously is rendered void and severable.



So, to simplify –





The court has determined that the $299,000 payment was made to NAB on 20 March 2013, despite that NAB had submitted under oath it never happened.
Both NAB and us confirm that the deed was available when the payment was made.





So, what would the result be if the judges actually didn’t mishear, misunderstand, miscomprehend or just miss Mr Hayes’s expressly expressed expressions?

Or could there have been some distraction around Justice Whelan stating that he had approx. $80,000 in NAB shares, thus interactions between the legal participants were not being received with the utmost of attention, i.e. minds were clouded and switched into self-preservation and defending ones’ position mode?

Wouldn’t it be that we save our house and livelihoods?

Wouldn’t it be that NAB pay us loss and damages for all of this?

Wouldn’t it be that NAB faces criminal charges for knowingly lying (submitting false evidence) to our courts by stating they never received payment?

Hence the controversary of the finding that Mr Hayes ‘expressly abandoned’ pivotal ground.



Therefore because of the misconduct of the judges not thoroughly and diligently paying attention, or perceiving things that didn’t get expressed (which Mr Hayes states the transcripts clearly prove) then it is the judiciary that is responsible for our damages suffered, aren’t they?





Wouldn’t a fair-minded layman find that justice in this situation wasn’t done or seen to be done, and this conduct and/or behaviour falls well below community standards?





We look forward to the Judicial Commission’s responses/findings and an outline of the next stages of this investigation.







Regards,





Elliot

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Was LSB spying on GW Bush's friends case Jordanou 9 months 4 days ago #4434

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Jennie Paluka says "report McGarvie to IBAC" 8 months 2 weeks ago #4438

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Hetty Johnson: AFP reports that 50% of children in child exploitation material they find are in fact Australian. This does not just happen to little kids in other countries. It is happening across Australia. Please be vigilant with your children to online predators.
www.news.com.au/…/…/2c2f20f0d94e4a9dc884b0ca11fd1869


www.news.com.au/national/australian-pedo...0-8Wqk_EI1HDKwm25KF4
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Jennie Paluka says "report McGarvie to IBAC" 8 months 1 day ago #4443

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Bruce Ohr's Organized Crime Task Force arrested the racket

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Jennie Paluka says "report McGarvie to IBAC" 7 months 3 weeks ago #4444

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Mokbel's ex-girlfriend, her daughter in St Kilda hostel building feud
By Cameron Houston and Chris Vedelago
November 8, 2019 — 1.00am

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A Melbourne builder has launched legal action against Brittany Leigh McGuire, daughter of Melbourne underworld associate Danielle McGuire, over claims she refused to pay more than $600,000 for the construction of a backpacker hostel in St Kilda.

Brittany McGuire, 23, is the partner of accused murderer Abdullah El Nasher and the director and owner of Punt Road Hostel Pty Ltd, which is also listed as a defendant in documents lodged in the County Court on November 4.
Brittany McGuire, daughter of Danielle McGuire, with Abdullah El Nasher

Brittany McGuire, daughter of Danielle McGuire, with Abdullah El Nasher

However, her mother, who famously travelled to Greece with underworld figure Tony Mokbel as he tried to flee, is the operator of the budget accommodation business near St Kilda junction, and runs another hostel in a former Collingwood pub.

Building company RPA Construction claims in a County Court writ that it agreed to a "cost-plus contract" in June 2018, after meeting with Danielle McGuire and an architect in 2017.
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Danielle McGuire.Credit:Angela Wylie

The 47-year-old had introduced herself as Danielle Legh at the meeting, and used the same name in email correspondence regarding construction of the 113-bed hostel, which has since opened.

Court documents allege that Brittany McGuire's company was issued with three invoices over a three-month period in 2018 that totalled $616,576, but the builder received just one payment of $137.09.

But her mother, using the name Danielle Legh in correspondence on October 4, accuses the builder of breaching his contractual obligations and denying her access to the site for inspection.

In the writ, the builder claims he is owed $692,078.05, which includes interest of $79,308.88.
The planning application for a St Kilda youth hostel run by underworld associate Danielle McGuire.

The planning application for a St Kilda youth hostel run by underworld associate Danielle McGuire.

The hostel project was originally rejected by Port Phillip Council, which cited noise, rowdy behaviour and property damage by backpackers "returning from nearby licensed premises" in its objection to the plan.

But the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal made a contentious decision to overrule the council.

It is unknown if VCAT was aware of Danielle McGuire's involvement in the budget accommodation project, which marks a significant shift from her previous career in a beauty therapy business called Hollywood Hair Extensions Pty Ltd.

The company was registered in 2005, not long after her release from an 18-month prison sentence for trafficking $800,000 in ecstasy.

When police raided her Collingwood apartment they found contact details for her then-lover Mark Moran, who was shot dead by Carl Williams in 2000.

In 2006, she joined her then-partner Tony Mokbel when he was hiding out in Bonnie Doon after jumping bail while awaiting trial on drug-trafficking charges.

She followed him to Greece, but their life on the run came to an abrupt end in 2007 when detectives from the Purana taskforce arrested him in Athens.

After Mokbel was sentenced to a minimum 22-year prison term, Danielle McGuire consorted with Bandido enforcer Toby Mitchell. The mother-of-two maintained a bedside vigil when Mitchell was shot six times in 2011.

In March, Brittany McGuire attended a boxing event where 30-year-old Ben Togiai was killed in a shooting and kickboxer Omar Bchinnati and Joseph Abouchaya were injured.

Her partner, Abdullah El Nasher, is charged with murder, while Brittany McGuire has been ordered to face questions about the fatal shooting in the Magistrates Court next year.

Mr El Nasher is due to face a five-day hearing in March to determine if he will stand trial.
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