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RBA officials 'withheld information' - follow link

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RBA officials 'withheld information' 

Sydney Morning Herald - ‎6 hours ago‎  
Review of the Reserve Bank Annual Report 2011. Reserve Bank officials neglected their directors' duties in handling the banknote bribery scandal and withheld damning information from parliament, according to comments in a parliamentary committee report
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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Thursday, 01 November 2012


  • doyla66
    doyla66 Thursday, 01 November 2012

    Attention Mr Tony Negis, Commissioner of Australian Federal Police, the man charged with protecting Australia and therefore Australians from white collar crime and activities that are a crime against the nation. Where are you???

    Oh that's right, I remember.... You are TOO BUSY sending out emails like the anonymous form-letter reply I got t the letter I sent to you, outlining in great detail, the blatant and obvious fraud that has been inflicted by the banksters of Australia - All 36 of them! You are derelict in your duties, sir, and should be held accountable for turning a blind eye to the criminals and your back on desperate Australian mortgage holders. Protect the victims!! That is your job!!!

    From: [email protected]

    Reference is made to your correspondence to the Australian Federal Police (AFP) dated 30 August 2012.

    The AFP is the primary law enforcement agency responsible for investigating crimes against the Commonwealth of Australia. From the information you have provided, it appears that no applicable Commonwealth offences have been committed and therefore the matters raised cannot be investigated by the AFP. You may wish to obtain independent legal advice to clarify this.

    You may wish to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service who provide dispute resolution for consumers and financial service providers. The link to that website is


  • doyla66
    doyla66 Saturday, 03 November 2012

    Whistleblower legislation, protections and financial support

    There is a pattern amongst lawyers, the public service, corporations and politics to deal with problems "in house" if possible. Only those issues exposed by outsiders or paraded through the judicial system for image purposes see the light of day. So much goes on behind closed doors, for fear of the real consequences including public condemnation. This is done in the interests of stability and continuance. Many, many skeletons held now in the darkness. We must ensure good legislation is in place for the protection of whistle blowers including financial support and rewards. No where near enough has been done in this area in Australia IMHO.

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