Fear Grips Off-Duty Police
Daniel Knowles | From: The Sunday Mail (Qld) | April 10, 2010
QUEENSLAND police officers are changing out of their uniforms for fear of being targeted while off duty on Brisbane trains.
According to an anonymous letter to the Queensland Police Union Journal, one officer complained that high-ranking officers were concerned uniformed police were hiding under plain shirts and jackets to avoid attention.
“Many of our members travel on public transport and often make use of a cover shirt in order to prevent harassment and possibly being assaulted by some of the undesirable passengers,” the letter says.
“I am …
Police Murder White Nationalist Teen
Police shot and killed a 15 year old boy carrying knives at a Northcoate Skate Park in Melbourne on Thursday night.
Initial reports were sketchy, but according to the MSN (Mainstream Media), police had attempted to subdue 15 year old Tyler Cassidy with capsicum spray, and then pursued him to the Skate Park where four officers cornered the boy and from 10 to 15 metres away fired six shots into his chest, killing him. As could be predicted, there was an immediate outcry in the MSN (Mainstream Media) about trigger happy, heavy handed police brutality.
Two days later, the MSN …
Constable charged over 1985 child sex
The Advertiser | June 12, 2008
A POLICE Community Constable has been arrested by detectives from the Pedophile Task Force over child sex offences allegedly committed more than 20 years ago.
The Pennington man, 59, was arrested at his home early today and charged with unlawful sexual intercourse, unlawful detention, and failing to supply food, clothing and shelter to a minor.
The alleged offences occurred in 1985, before the man was appointed a Community Constable.
The man has been bailed to appear in court in September.
SA Government Raid’s Home – 2006
The following blog entry was originally written in October of 2006 for another blog I wrote on from 2006 until October 1, 2008 (yesterday). The Director of Public Prosecutions did not authorise the police to investigate my case. So I was not charged and the confiscated items were eventually returned in late January of 2008 after two years sitting in the storage room at Major Crime.
Thoughtcrime or Thoughtcriminal? Why do I choose to describe myself as such?
The answer to that is, to put it bluntly, the corrupt state (at the present time I live in the state of …