Friday, 18 December 2015

Alleged Bowraville Murders fit the pattern

Absolutely disgusted - the Police search warrant for 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross I am sure will allegedly expose the gang and how they do murder for the drug network.

the families of three Aboriginal children murdered on Bowraville mission 25 years ago have been bitterly let down again - after a year of waiting for NSW government to act on recommendations to clear an artificial legal barrier towards getting accused killer back in court - the man tasked with the inquiry has today knocked back the recommendation.
This comes after the families waited almost six months for a response from the NSW government, waited another few months for the report to be completed, waited again for it to be delivered to them in Bowraville (crucial meeting was cancelled a few days before by TEXT from the Attorney General's office) and now they have again been completely let down - with the report delivered to them the week before Christmas, when it is likely to be buried in holiday news. And it also comes after they fought for over two decades to get justice for their children, so they can heal their families and communities.
Now we have to check the naughty list when the Police expose the subfloor compartment and who was this person who stopped the meeting?  Did it have anything to do with a Mr Noonan?  Pink Triangle is the gang hidden at the top of the drug network where the company will link to the alleged asian grandmother controlling the drug network today.
This whole saga has been one long drawn out tragedy for the families of the Bowraville angels - Colleen Walker, Evelyn Greenup and Clinton Speedy-Duroux - this would not have happened if these children were white. This needs to stop and there needs to be justice for the families.

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