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Evidence Files

 

Arbitration in Australia has been used to protect big corporations at the expense of democracy, effectively concealing a range of misconduct by public servants. The gag clauses in government-endorsed arbitrations have shielded crimes such as bribery, exploitation, fraud, and nepotism. 

 

Absent Justice - Crimes Against the COT claimants

 

Evidence Files 

The following text refers to 54 links, which have been extracted from 180 similar links that are appended to this website. Upon clicking on any of these links, it becomes unequivocally apparent that the COT arbitrations were plagued with pervasive corruption, deception, and misleading conduct, including the perversion of the course of justice. The evidence presented in these links indicates a systemic and deliberate effort to subvert the arbitration process and undermine the integrity of justice.

 

  • Bribery and Corruption My Story Warts & All. Delve into 'My Story, Warts and All', a candid chapter in Absent Justice Book 2, offering an unvarnished look at complex justice issues.
  • Chapter 2 - Freehill Hollingdale & Page, AUSTEL and Telstra. Chapter 2 in Absent Justice's series delves into the roles of Freehill Hollingdale, Page, Austel, and Telstra in key consumer affairs, unveiling c…
  • Absent Justice Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. Explore the comprehensive journey of Absent Justice across Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 within the context of Australian Federal Police Investigations.
  • Introduction to Absent Justice, Parts 1, 2, and 3. In Parts 1, 2, and 3, you will be introduced to the comprehensive exploration of absent justice within the context of Australian Federal Police Investigations.
  • Chapter 1 Irregular and untrustworthy. Begin the journey with Chapter 1, uncovering irregularities and untrustworthy actions in the context of tampering with evidence, setting the stage for…
  • Bad bureaucrats and the establishment. Taking on the Establishment: Bad Bureaucrats and the Establishment, as explored by Absent Justice.
  • Chapter 5—Who benefited from exonerating FHCA, DMR, and Special Counsel? Explore Chapter 5 of Consumer Affairs in Australian Federal Police Investigations. Discover who benefited from exonerating FHCA, DMR, and Special Counsel…
  • Chapter 2 - Inaccurate and Incomplete. Government corruption and horrendous and horrifying crimes were committed against ordinary small business operators by the Telstra Corporation, Australia…
  • Chapter 4: Distorted and unlawful. Dive into Chapter 4 of our exposé on public office misconduct, which reveals the alarming reality of evidence tampering in the justice system.
  • Chapter 1 concealment and forged evidence. AFP Investigations Chapter 1: Delve into the world of concealment and forged evidence. Join Absent Justice in uncovering the truth.
  • Chapter 6—Clandestine meeting. Chapter 6 of Absent Justice Part 1 uncovers the secrets of a clandestine meeting and highlights pivotal moments in AFP investigations.
  • Rupert Murdoch - Hacking Helen Handbury. Explore Helen Handbury's role in the Rupert Murdoch hacked documents in AFP Investigation 2 on Absent Justice.
  • Absent Justice Part 1 - Chapter 11 - Pressure Applied To Arbitrator. Chapter 11 of Absent Justice details the pressures faced by arbitrators in key investigations. Gain insights into the challenges and impacts in legal …
  • Absent Justice Part 2 - Chapter 12 - Who Really Prepared the Arbitrator’s Award. Delve into Chapter 12 of 'Absent Justice Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3' to unravel the intricate narrative presented at Absent Justice.
  • Telstra's Falsified BCI Report - uncovered the reality that Telstra's telecommunications network did not meet world standards despite claims to the contrary. This report should not have been relied upon as a guarantee during the Telstra privatization sale. It raises questions about why the US Securities Exchange---was interested in the COT issues. The BCI report was presented to the COT arbitrator and influenced the decision to only consider historical phone complaints before the BCI testing.
  • Read about our dealings with. Discover the untold story of Julian Assange's journey with Absent Justice. Dive into our exclusive insights and revelations about this complex case…
  • C A V Part 1, 2 and 3. Explore our in-depth analysis of Australian Federal Police investigations, uncovering critical insights into consumer affairs and justice issues
  • Summary of Events. Get an overview of Absent Justice Book 2 with our comprehensive summary of events, providing key insights into the narrative's complexities.
  • Bribery Corruption Illicit Dealings. Delve into the world of bribery, corruption, and illicit dealings surrounding Julian Assange's story. Uncover the truth at Absent Justice.
  • Chapter 1—Hacked documents. Delve into the revelations of hacked documents in AFP Investigation 2 and explore the uncovering of critical information.
  • Hacked documents. Explore the revelations and implications of hacked documents in the context of Julian Assange and Absent Justice, shedding light on critical issues.
  • Julian Assange - Absent Justice. Explore the intricate issues surrounding Julian Assange's case and its connection to Absent Justice, shedding light on crucial legal and ethical m…
  • Chapter 2 - Julian Assange - Hacking - we did not listen. Explore Government Communications Regulator: AUSTEL/ACMA - Chapter 2, Julian Assange Hacking. Discover the truth on Absent Justice.
  • Throughout the Absentjustice.com website, 180 mini-report results expose corruption, deception, and misleading conduct that perverted the course of justice during the COT arbitrations. These mini-reports provide clear examples of how justice was subverted.
  • Chapter 5—Who benefited from exonerating FHCA, DMR, and Special Counsel? Explore Chapter 5 of Consumer Affairs in Australian Federal Police Investigations. Discover who benefited from exonerating FHCA, DMR, and Special Counsel…
  • Chapter 2 - Inaccurate and Incomplete. Government corruption and horrendous and horrifying crimes were committed against ordinary small business operators by the Telstra Corporation, Australia…
  • Throughout the Absentjustice.com website, 180 mini-report results expose corruption, deception, and misleading conduct that perverted the course of justice during the COT arbitrations. These mini-reports provide clear examples of how justice was subverted.
  • Chapter 5—Who benefited from exonerating FHCA, DMR, and Special Counsel? Explore Chapter 5 of Consumer Affairs in Australian Federal Police Investigations. Discover who benefited from exonerating FHCA, DMR, and Special Counsel…
  • Chapter 2 - Inaccurate and Incomplete. Government corruption and horrendous and horrifying crimes were committed against ordinary small business operators by the Telstra Corporation, Australia…
  • Chapter 4: Distorted and unlawful. Dive into Chapter 4 of our exposé on public office misconduct, which reveals the alarming reality of evidence tampering in the justice system.
  • Chapter 4: Distorted and unlawful. Dive into Chapter 4 of our exposé on public office misconduct, which reveals the alarming reality of evidence tampering in the justice system.
  • Privacy Policy (Recovered). Check out our bribery and corruption parts one and two to learn how deception undermines the credibility of businesses subjected to…
  • Chapter 9 - Independent Assessment Process. Discover the Independent Assessment Process in Consumer Affairs. Navigate the details with Absent Justice and gain insights.
  • Discrimination. Explore the issue of discrimination within the context of Julian Assange and Absent Justice, uncovering its impact and implications.
  • Open letter to Prime Minister (Recovered). Read the impactful open letter addressed to the Prime Minister, shedding light on the Julian Assange case and its implications.
  • Chapter 3 Betrayal - Breach of Trust. Chapter 3 delves into betrayal and breaches of trust within the establishment, exposing critical issues of misconduct and accountability.
  • Chapter 4 The New Owners Tell Their Story. Chapter 4 explores the perspective of new owners bravely confronting the establishment, offering unique insights into systemic challenges.
  • Chapter 1 - First Remedy pursued November 1993. Explore the pursuit of the first remedy in November 1993 within the context of Australian Federal Police Investigations, uncovering key events and dev…
  • Chapter 4. Chapter 4 of Absent Justice Book 2 unveils striking revelations and details intricate justice and legal battles.
  • Chapter 3. Explore the revelations and insights in Chapter 3 of Absent Justice Book 2, a compelling journey into justice and truth.
  • Chapter 5 - The Eighth Damning Letter. Horrendous and horrifying crimes were committed against ordinary small business operators by Telstra, Australia's largest telecommunications giant…
  • Chapter 7. Join us in unravelling the narrative as Absent Justice Book 2 continues its gripping story in Chapter 7.
  • Chapter 1—The collusion continues. In Chapter 1 of Unconscionable Conduct, the exploration of ongoing collusion begins. Absent Justice uncovers continuous unethical practices in…
  • Chapter 8 - The eighth remedy pursued. Delve into Chapter 8 to discover the intricacies of the eighth remedy pursued in Australian Federal Police investigations, revealing key outcomes.
  • Forced to proceed with arbitration. Explore the necessity of proceeding with arbitration in the context of Australian Federal Police Investigations, revealing key insights and challenges…
  • Chapter 8 - Threats from a Senator. Uncover the startling revelations in Chapter 8 of Consumer Affairs, detailing senatorial threats during Australian Federal Police investigations at Ab…
  • Introduction | Fabricated report. Begin your journey with the introduction to Absent Justice Book 2. This concise summary of events sets the stage for an enlightening and engaging…
  • Chapter 4 - The fourth remedy pursued. Explore the pursuit of the fourth remedy in Australian Federal Police investigations. Follow the trail of justice at Absent Justice.
  • Chapter 5 - The fifth remedy pursued. Dive into Chapter 5 for a revealing look at the fifth remedy pursued in AFP investigations, offering unique insights into justice and resolution.
  • Telstra's Falsified SVT Report. Examine the significant issue of Telstra's falsified SVT report within the context of Australian Federal Police Investigations, uncovering crucial…
  • Chapter 4—Fast Track Arbitration Procedure. Exposing legal Abuse in arbitration and crime and corruption within those arbitrations has been a costly process. Heinous, scandalous, vile, and mischievous…
  • Chapter 2 Devious and Savage. Dive into Chapter 2 of 'Misconduct in Public Office', where Absent Justice exposes unethical practices in manipulating the regulator. Explore …
  • Chapter 3 Devious and distant. Dive into Chapter 3 of 'Misconduct in Public Office', where Absent Justice reveals fraudulent conduct in the manipulation of the regulator. Ex…
  • Absent Justice Part 2—Chapter 13—Believe it or not, explore the unbelievable revelations in Chapter 13 as the truth unfolds in this gripping narrative.
  • Chapter 10 - The tenth remedy pursued. Delve into Chapter 10 to explore the tenth remedy pursued in Australian Federal Police investigations, revealing significant developments and outcomes…
  • Chapter 2—Illicit screening. Explore Chapter 2 of AFP Investigation 2, which sheds light on illicit screening practices. Absent Justice—Seeking Truth and Accountability.
  • Criminal Intent. Uncover the exposed criminal intent in cases of malfeasance in public office, a revealing journey into accountability.
  • Post Traumatic Stress - PSD. Chapter 7 of AFP Investigation 2 examines the impacts of Vietnam and Vietcong on PTSD. Absent Justice provides a profound insight into these complex i…
  • Chapter 1 False statements. Delve into Chapter 1 of Absent Justice Book 2: Summary of Events, uncovering the realities of this intriguing journey.
  • Check Out COT's Real Story of Injustice & True Facts | Absent Justice. Explore the realities of Chapter 2 in Absent Justice Book 2's Summary of Events. Dive into the compelling narrative.
  • Senate Evidence. Explore critical Senate evidence in the context of Australian Federal Police investigations, shedding light on key findings and implications.
  • Chapter 4 Falsified Reporting Continues. Chapter 4 of Absent Justice Book 2 unveils striking revelations, offering a detailed chronicle of intricate justice and legal battles.
  • Misconduct in Public Office. Gain an overview of the comprehensive exploration of misconduct in public office, shedding light on systemic issues, and uncovering hidden aspects.
  • Government Corruption - Gaslighting. Government-corruption--gaslighting

Numbered Exhibits 

 

Example 1:  File AS 942 = AS-CAV 923 to 946 

Example 2 : File 34-C = AS-CAV Exhibit 1 to 47

AS-CAV Exhibit 1 to 47 – AS-CAV Exhibit 48-A to 91AS-CAV Exhibit 92 to 127AS-CAV Exhibit 128 to 180AS-CAV Exhibit 181 to 233AS CAV Exhibit 234 to 281AS-CAV Exhibit 282 to 323AS-CAV Exhibit 324-a to 420 AS-CAV Exhibit 421 to 469 – AS-CAV Exhibit 470 to 486AS-CAV Exhibit 488-a to 494-e –AS-CAV Exhibits 495 to 541AS-CAV Exhibits 542-a to 588AS-CAV Exhibits 589 to 647AS-CAV Exhibits 648-a to 700 – AS-CAV Exhibit 765-A to 789 AS-CAV Exhibit 790 to 818AS-CAV Exhibit 819 to 843AS-CAV 923 to 946 – AS-CAV Exhibit 1150 to 1169AS-CAV 1103 to 1132AS-CAV Exhibit 1002 to 1019AS-CAV Exhibit 996 to 1001 – GS-CAV Exhibit 1 to 88 GS-CAV Exhibit 89 to 154-bGS-CAV Exhibit 155 to 215GS-CAV Exhibit 216 to 257GS-CAV Exhibit 258 to 323GS-CAV Exhibit 410-a to 447GS-CAV Exhibit 448 to 458 GS-CAV Exhibit 459 to 489GS-CAV Exhibit 490 to 521 GS-CAV 522 to 580GS-CAV Exhibit 581 to 609

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Tampering with Evidence

Tampering With Evidence File No 1-A to 1-C   Tampering With Evidence File No 2   Tampering With Evidence File No 3  Tampering With Evidence File No 4  Tampering With Evidence File No 5  Tampering With Evidence File No 6  Tampering With Evidence File No 7  Tampering With Evidence File No 8-A to 8-C  Tampering With Evidence File No 9  Tampering With Evidence File No/10   Tampering With Evidence File 11-A to 11-B   Tampering With Evidence File No/12-A to 12-E   Tampering With Evidence File No 13  Tampering With Evidence File No 14  AXE Faulty Equipment

Absent Justice Ebook

Telstra is run by 'thugs in suits' 

Absent Justice - My Story - Senator Ron Boswell

Telstra threats carried out. 

Page 180 ERC&A, from the official Australian Senate Hansard dated November 29, 1994, details Senator Ron Boswell's inquiry to Telstra's legal directorate regarding withholding my 'Freedom of Information' documents during arbitration. This issue arose from my assistance to the AFP in their investigations into Telstra's interception of my telephone conversations and related faxes. Notably, forty-three arbitration-related claim documents faxed to the arbitrator never arrived, as indicated in his arbitration document schedule. This alarming event, which has not undergone a transparent investigation as of June 1994, demands attention.

“Why did Telecom advise the Commonwealth Ombudsman that Telecom withheld FOI documents from Alan Smith because Alan Smith provided Telecom FOI documents to the Australian Federal Police during their investigation?”

After receiving a hollow response from Telstra, which the senator, the AFP and I all knew was utterly false, the senator states:

“…Why would Telecom withhold vital documents from the AFP? Also, why would Telecom penalise COT members for providing documents to the AFP which substantiate that Telecom had conducted unauthorised interceptions of COT members’ communications and subsequently dealt in the intercepted information by providing that information to Telecom’s external legal advisers and others?” Senate Evidence File No 31)

As mentioned on this website, the threats against me during the arbitration proceedings have materialized, and the deliberate withholding of crucial documents is deeply troubling. Unfortunately, neither the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) nor the government has taken steps to investigate the harmful effects of this misconduct on my overall case presented to the arbitrator. Despite my cooperation with the Australian Federal Police (AFP) in their inquiry into the illegal interception of phone conversations and faxes related to the arbitration, I still await their assistance.

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“I am writing in reference to your article in last Friday’s Herald-Sun (2nd April 1993) about phone difficulties experienced by businesses.

I wish to confirm that I have had problems trying to contact Cape Bridgewater Holiday Camp over the past 2 years.

I also experienced problems while trying to organise our family camp for September this year. On numerous occasions I have rung from both this business number 053 424 675 and also my home number and received no response – a dead line.

I rang around the end of February (1993) and twice was subjected to a piercing noise similar to a fax. I reported this incident to Telstra who got the same noise when testing.”

Cathy Lindsey

“Only I know from personal experience that your story is true, otherwise I would find it difficult to believe. I was amazed and impressed with the thorough, detailed work you have done in your efforts to find justice”

Sister Burke

“I am writing in reference to your article in last Friday’s Herald-Sun (2nd April 1993) about phone difficulties experienced by businesses.

I wish to confirm that I have had problems trying to contact Cape Bridgewater Holiday Camp over the past 2 years.

I also experienced problems while trying to organise our family camp for September this year. On numerous occasions I have rung from both this business number 053 424 675 and also my home number and received no response – a dead line.

I rang around the end of February (1993) and twice was subjected to a piercing noise similar to a fax. I reported this incident to Telstra who got the same noise when testing.”

Cathy Lindsey

“…your persistence to bring about improvements to Telecom’s country services. I regret that it was at such a high personal cost.”

Hon David Hawker

“…the very large number of persons that had been forced into an arbitration process and have been obliged to settle as a result of the sheer weight that Telstra has brought to bear on them as a consequence where they have faced financial ruin if they did not settle…”

Senator Carr

“…your persistence to bring about improvements to Telecom’s country services. I regret that it was at such a high personal cost.”

The Hon David Hawker MP

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