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connected with the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth

EXTRACT CHAPTER 13 pages 94 - 95 Writer's Proof FREE PDF Download, Code: GUILTYSLAVEN

UGLY HEROS - The Price of Unlawful Enforcement, True Crime Biography. 'A Royal Commission into SAPOL was needed. A liberal government at this stage after much misconduct under labor also deep in the saga, these ongoing compromises of devastating consequences must stop. In the Australian system of government, a royal commission is the highest form of inquiry on matters of public importance. They are “connected with the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth, or any public purpose or any power of the Commonwealth” according to the Royal Commissions Act 1902. Royal commissions have been used to investigate misconduct in particular sectors such financial services, child protection, home insulation, drug trafficking and many more. The 1995 Wood Royal Commission saw the investigation into the corruption of the New South Wales police force. It saw seven police officers jailed and prompted change within the industry. Done correctly in SAPOL you will find informant drug dealers to politicians who are FULL biker, Hells Angel, Commomcheros, Gypsy Joker (Nazi) associations running agendas to profit out of the detrimental ICE and Cocaine as authorities of law. Murders by informants, serious assaults protected as offenders were informants, trespass and arson from offenders on police books (informants), misconduct through the roof and much of which can’t be proven unless people speak out. The investigation discrepancies evident but you’ll never jail the informant for the murder the police approved. This is reality. In a Royal Commission many compromises by Kurt Slaven would be found. This Leads me to question the worth of covering up Sexual Assault and personnel misconduct - the lies, the black market money, the cheating on loved ones aired out to dry knowing the truth is defence and the Truth is this Biography.'

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