Why else would police risk cost orders against them, drive a prosecutor up from Sydney to run the matters, arrange police witnesses to travel from Sydney, all for an innocuous minor traffic matter. It is in that context that the realistic suspicion of political interference arises
Sounds so familiar, we have our own set of vexatious politically motivated police here in WA. Came once and traumatised our whole community and what was really funny they thought they could come back a year later and do the same to us. We did'nt turn up and waited for them to return to Perth, than we had lots of fun stopping all kinds of progress, from communication towers, work sites, on the roads and at their places of accommodation and offices. So great to see a Magistrate who is just, who will not be brought and can clearly see the very scary militarisation of our public police force into corporate mercenaries. It is happening to so many Australian communities across this nation. People who are standing up for their community, country and culture are now starting to understand who really operates this country who is really driving the agenda. The corporations are and if you do not like what they are doing or you object then expect a visit from the state controlled lackeys of the cop orates.
A MAJOR national bank has been forced to remove more than 100 misleading out of order signs from its ATMs after being targeted by anti-coal activists.
A score of ANZ Banking Group machines sprawled across six capital cities were plastered with "out of order" signs on Sunday after campaigners launched their latest bid to draw attention to the bank's funding of the coal industry.