A message to all Original peoples across Australia and around the world.
Across Australia Indigenous communities are being coerced and bribed into taking experimental covid injections. The corporate Australian governance has sent police and military into these communities to administer these injections. This is a warning message from four Indigenous Australian leaders to all Original peoples around the world.Music: Creation Song feat. Jarmbi by FIRE MANE
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Could This Be Your Country Next?
For Urgent Global Release
Port Maqcuarie NSW Australia
Young Aboriginal Man Kept In Quarantine For Weeks, Despite Testing Negative 8 times
Growing Concerns For Safety Of Young First Nations Man Being Kept Unlawfully In Quarantine
The young man’s name is Craig Taylor, he’s not the only one being kept in quarantine unlawfully. He’s also escaped hospital where her was receiving treatment and is fearing for his life. Please help put pressure on those in power to stop this gross abuse of human rights, before its rolled out globally.
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This is not right, people are being held against their will without testing positive.This fulla was tested 8 times, not 1 positive test We have set up a link to enable people to send an email to the GG, NSW Police Commissioner, Federal Health Minister, The Human Rights Commissioner, Law Enforcement Conduct Commission and add the PM if u want him included (for some reason i couldnt get his email address to show up in the proforma)Stop Unlawfully Detaining People In Quarantine
Send Email Demanding The Release Of All Detainees Being Held Unlawfully In Quarantine
In Australia ONE PERSON Will Have The So Called Authority To Put Us All To Death, If This Bill Is Passed In Australia
Enhancement of Defence Force Response to Emergencies Bill 2020 has been referred for a brief Senate committee inquiry on November 4
Parliament of Aust website:
Unless There Is A Biosecurity Order Obtained By A Court In Your Name, None Of These Mandates Apply To You
Email Australian Senators Today To Voice Your Objection To The – hit the link below
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Stop Unlawfully Detaining People In Quarantine
Send Email Demanding The Release Of All Detainees Being Held Unlawfully In Quarantine 👇🏽
- All Laws To Be Valid Must Follow Divine Law, These Laws Are Not Divine Laws
- Operation Stay Home must not be excuse to target Aboriginal people
- 🚨 Urgent Broadcast For The World From The Original Tribes of Asutralia 🚨
- Get The Army Out Of Our Communities NOW!!!!
- Could This Be Your Country Next?
Don’t Ler Our human Rights Be Destroyed Forever
Where police act outside their powers, it may be possible to bring civil proceedings for damages arising from assault, false imprisonment or malicious prosecution.
These types of cases come under the law of ‘intentional torts’ and require the plaintiff (the person who has been harmed) to prove a number of matters before damages can be awarded.
If you believe your situation fits into one of these categories
Those who have been mistreated by police in most states have three main options open to them
The first is an ‘internal complaint’ to the Police Force itself. This requires you to provide as much information as possible to the police themselves. That pathway is notorious for bringing about an outcome which is favorable to police – after all, police are essentially investigating themselves.
The second option is to make a complaint to the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC), which receives thousands of complaints against police each year and is hopelessly under-resourced. What’s more, the LECC does not have the power to discipline police or make a costs order in a complainant’s favour.
This can leave victims of police misconduct feeling justifiably aggrieved.
The third option is to consider making a civil claim against the NSW Police Force.
O’Brien Criminal and Civil Solicitors are experts in assisting clients sue the police for false arrest, unlawful imprisonment and malicious prosecution.
Call O’Brien Solicitors 0421 373 961 for advice – https://obriensolicitors.com.au/
Or call them on (02) 9261 4281 for a free initial consultation to discuss your legal options and how they might be able to run your case on a no win, no fee basis.
They are the leaders in this area of law which is evident by the long list of cases where they have helped clients take civil action against the police or other authorities. Read about their recent cases below.
They can assist you by
- representing you in your criminal case,
- fighting for financial compensation if you have been unlawfully arrested,
- assaulted by police,
- defamed or treated unfairly in other ways,
- preparing for or in attending Royal Commissions, at ICAC and other commissions of inquiry. This includes the NSW Crime Commission and the Australian Crime Intelligence Commission (ACIC).
Lodge A Complaint With The Human Rights Commission
The Australian Human Rights Commission investigates and conciliates complaints about discrimination and breaches of human rights.
The Commission is concerned at the lack of transparency in explaining the continued justification for some emergency measures, and even for identifying which level of government is responsible for some measures.
The complaint form can be submitted by:
Post to Director, Investigation and Conciliation Service, Australian Human Rights Commission, GPO Box 5218, Sydney NSW 2001
Email to email@example.com
If you have any questions about this or need help to complete this form, please contact our National Information Service on 1300 656 419 or 02 9284 9600.
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Lodge A Complaint With The Police Force In Your State
For example a complaint about the NSW Police Force or its employees can be made to the Commissioner of Police or the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC).
To lodge a formal complaint with the Commissioner of Police you must do so in writing.
You must lodge your complaint online, OR complete the Complaint Form (PDF) AND:
lodge it or mail the complaint form to, your local police station, or mail the completed complaint form to the Customer Assistance Unit at P.O. Box 3427, Tuggerah, NSW 2259, or
Email your complaint form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lodge A Complaint With The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission
The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission is an independent statutory body responsible for investigating complaints against the police. It has its own independent investigators for these cases. Some less serious complaints will be referred to the police for investigation but, these will be monitored by the Commission’s own staff.
In most circumstances complaints received by the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission will be referred to the NSW Police Force to investigate (subject to the oversight of the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission).
Assistance – If you need help you can contact the Customer Assistance Unit on 1800 622 571 to obtain assistance on how to lodge a complaint.
To lodge a formal complaint with the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC) go to www.lecc.nsw.gov.au
You may want to contact the NSW Ombudsman’s office about your options. It is a complaint handling body for NSW government bodies. Its website is www.ombo.nsw.gov.au.
For free legal advice, you can contact:
- Law Access (www.lawaccess.nsw.gov.au)
- Legal Aid of NSW (www.legalaid.nsw.gov.au)
- Community legal centre (http://www.clcnsw.org.au)
Join The Class Action Here –
CLASS ACTION IN THE COURTS OF AUSTRALIA – NO NO NO TO COERCIVE AND MANDATORY VACCINATION & LOSS OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS https://makeaustraliahealthyagain.org/faq/
Join National Covid-19 Class Action
If you have been impacted by mandatory directions in relation to COVID-19 vaccination, influenza vaccination, masking and other PPE, hotel detention, RT-PCR testing, forcible closure of business, services and/or places of worship, or restriction of visitation and/or access to loved ones, then you may be eligible to be a class action group member.
Original Sovereign Tribal Federation Protection
Membership registration for supporters of the OSTF provided by the OSTF. The membership includes an Interim document to outline your rights and association along with a notice of protection, your membership number is available by return email.
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Know Your Rights Or You Simply Have None
Legal Letter Templates and Support To Fight Unlawful Fines
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Look at all the laws which protects us from Government and Police persecution. We actually have a lot of rights which are currently being infringed unlawfully.
Please print out and study.
We have a right to NOT wear a mask, NOT be tested and NOT be vaccinated and NOT be penalised for it!
Commonwealth Constitution Section 51 sub-section 9 sub-section 23A Section 92 Section 58 Section 109 Section 115 Section 117 Section 118 QLD Human Rights Act 2019 Section 12 Section 16 Section 17C Section 19 Section 22 Section 29 Covid-19 Emergency Act 2020 Section 4 – This Act does not supercede Human Rights Act 2019 Public Health Act 2015 Section 2 Section 5 Section 23 Section 362D Biosecurity Act 2015 (Commonwealth Law supercedes State Laws) Section 60 Section 61 Section 62 Section 63 Section 95 Section 108 Bill of Rights 1688 Section 12 Australian Immunisation Handbook Section 2.1.3 – Valid Consent 10th Edition Page 487 – Vaccination is not compulsory Privacy Amendment Act 2020 Section 94H
Cold War Tactics Being Used By Australian Government – Proof
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Operation Stay Home must not be excuse to target Aboriginal people
“If you’ve received a fine, we want to know. Our offices are currently closed to the public, but we have extra people on the phones. Call us on 1800 765 767 – we can help,” Anthony Carter, Deputy CEO of the Aboriginal Legal Service NSW/ACT (ALS).