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Hackers and the Lonsdale Telephone Exchange 

 

Was this government downgrading of our telephone problems that the hackers had conveyed to Graham Schorer, the COT Case spokesperson they had uncovered in Telstra's Arbitration Files? The duplicate arbitration files that the Commonwealth Ombudsman had tried to obtain from Telstra (on my behalf) between May 1994 to May 1995 (during my government-endorsed arbitration process as well as in October 1997, thirty months after my arbitration had concluded (see Files 226,227,228 and 233 - AS-CAV Exhibit 181 to 233).

So important was this Arbitration File to me successfully appealing my award. John Wynack travelled to Melbourne from Canberra to meet with Telstra representatives to form his mind that the report was as crucial as I advised him it was.

It is clear from the statements made by Mr John Wynack, Director of Investigations Commonwealth Ombudsman in AS-CAV Exhibit 181 to 233, that he did not believe Telstra's word they had destroyed the Arbitration File I was requesting. It appears as though Julian Assange and his friends were spots on regarding the damaging information contained in this illusive Telstra arbitration file.

I have still not received this Arbitration File that the hackers said was so important for the COT Cases to have received. Were the hackers Julian Assange and his friends?

When I sought the same file from the administrator of the arbitration process John Pinnock, he wrote the following letter (Open Letter File No 57-C)

“I refer to your letter of 31 December 1996 in which you seek to access to [sic] various correspondence held by the TIO concerning the Fast Track Arbitration Procedure.

“The arbitration of your claim was completed when an award was made in your favour more than eighteen months ago and my role as Administrator is over.

“I do not propose to provide you with copies of any documents held by this office.” 

What was so damning in this Arbitration File was that it was never provided to the four COT Cases during our arbitrations, or during the appeal processes that followed. It is clear from my joint letter of 20 June 2012 to both Attorney-General see exhibit 818 File AS-CAV 790 to 818), that I alerted them to my letter to John Pinnock (TIO) on 20 October 1995, concerning what the hackers had exposed to Graham Schorer surrounding the conduct of our TIO-administered arbitrations. 

I assume this is why John Pinnock would not assist me in obtaining this Arbitration File. An arbitration file that I was entitled to receive from Mr Pinock, as he was the administrator to my arbitration. 

Mr Pinnock knew how vital this Arbitration File was to successfully appeal the arbitrator's award. This was why John Wynack travelled to Melbourne from Canberra to meet with Telstra representatives to form his mind as to whether such a file had existed. After all, it was John Pinnock who advised a Senate Committee on 26 September 1997 (see page 96, Senate – Parliament of Australia. that the Arbitration:.."proceedings were to be

"...proceedings were to be governed by the Commercial Arbitration Act of Victoria. Significantly, that provides that an award by the arbitrator is registrable as an order of the Victorian Supreme Court, and the act confers basically what is a limited right of appeal against any award by the arbitrator".

If we could have proven from this Arbitration File what Julian Assange and later six Senators found had been orchestrated by Telstra even before the arbitrations commenced, including evidence the first Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman had been providing Telstra secret in-house government COT Cases discussed parliamentary information which in this case affected the whole four settlement processes which had already been signed and operating (see TIO Evidence File No 3-A) may well have been enough for me to have won an appeal.

Julian Assange and his friends had undoubtedly been correct concerning the importance of this Arbitration File. 

It is essential to the reader when viewing https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2817646 (see above) that others, not just the COT cases, saw loopholes in allowing the Telecommunication Industry Ombudsman to administer the COT arbitrations. On 26 September 1997, after most of the arbitrations were concluded, John Pinnock (the second administrator of the COT arbitrations) advised a Senate committee (see pages 96 and 99 Senate – Parliament of Australia) that:

“Lane Telecommunications, which is one part of the technical component of the resource unit, has withdrawn from the process as a result of a conflict or perceived conflict of interest after being purchased from Pacific Star by Ericsson Australia, the major supplier of equipment to Telstra, including equipment whose performance is central to some of the claims.”

When I realized what the Telecommunication Industry Ombudsman (TIO) had allowed when no investigation took place to see why Lane Telecommunications Pty Ltd and the Canadian technical consultants DMR Group Inc Canada had not investigated any of my ongoing telephone problems (see Chapter 1 - The collusion continues and Chapter 2 - Inaccurate and Incomplete) that were created by the known lockup problems affecting the Ericsson AXE faulty exchange equipment.

I officially requested the TIO to provide me with all information concerning the selling off of Lane to Pacific Star and Ericsson, as well as on whose orders were the $250.000.00 liability caps at clauses 25 and 26 removed from my arbitration agreement after it had been faxed by the arbitrator to my lawyers. This secret removal of the liability caps $250.000.00 in my arbitration exonerated DMR & Lane from all liability as the technical consultants to my arbitration.

As discussed on the Home page, between 18 October 1995 and 4 October 1997thirty months after my arbitration was over, with the assistance of Mr John Wynack, director of investigations on behalf of the Commonwealth Ombudsman, I sought, under FOI, from Telstra a copy of their arbitration file including all my Ericsson fault data which had to have been in Telstra files Home Page File No/82  confirms Mr Wynack did not believe Telstra’s claim that my arbitration file had been destroyed. 

Chapter 1 - WikiLeak exposing the truth
Chapter 1 - WikiLeak exposing the truth
Exposing Legal Abuse, Fraud, Maleficent conduct, corruption, and evil wrongdoing are all part of the COT Cases story.  Learn about the horrendous crimes and unscrupulous behaviour of those who administer the seat of arbitration in Australia. Julian Assange was trying to expose this crime.
Chapter 2 - Discrimination
Chapter 2 - Discrimination
Exposing Legal Abuse, Fraud, Maleficent conduct, corruption, and evil wrongdoing are all part of the COT Cases story.  Learn about the horrendous crimes and unscrupulous behaviour of those who administer the seat of arbitration in Australia. Julian Assange was trying to expose this crime.
Chapter 3 - Hacked documents
Chapter 3 - Hacked documents
I have highlighted what I consider to be fraud of the highest level. Fraud by a government regulator so as to minimize the government is hinging on criminal conduct which Julian Assange uncovered. 
Chapter 4 - illegal act
Chapter 4 - illegal act
Exposing Legal Abuse, Fraud, Maleficent conduct, corruption, and evil wrongdoing are all part of the COT Cases story.  Learn about the horrendous crimes and unscrupulous behaviour of those who administer the seat of arbitration in Australia. Julian Assange was trying to expose this crime.
Chapter 5 - Criminal conduct
Chapter 5 - Criminal conduct

have highlighted what I consider to be fraud of the highest level. Fraud by a government regulator so as to minimize the government is hinging on criminal conduct which Julian Assange uncovered. 

Chapter 6 - Kangaroo Court
Chapter 6 - Kangaroo Court
I have highlighted what I consider to be fraud of the highest level. Fraud by a government regulator so as to minimize the government is hinging on criminal conduct which Julian Assange uncovered. 
Chapter 7 - Felonious and Illicit
Chapter 7 - Felonious and Illicit
I have highlighted what I consider to be fraud of the highest level. Fraud by a government regulator so as to minimize the government is hinging on criminal conduct which Julian Assange uncovered. 
Chapter 9 - Spurious claims
Chapter 9 - Spurious claims
I have highlighted what I consider to be fraud of the highest level. Fraud by a government regulator so as to minimize the government is hinging on criminal conduct which Julian Assange uncovered. 
Corruption Allegations in International Arbitration
Corruption Allegations in International Arbitration
Corruption Allegations in International Arbitration. Legally Abused is a continuation of Absent Justice. Exposing crime and corruption is costly. Heinous, scandalous vile and mischievous crimes were committed in my arbitration. 
Burying The Evidence
Burying The Evidence
Corrupt controlled arbitration process.
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“…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

“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

“…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

“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

“A number of people seem to be experiencing some or all of the problems which you have outlined to me. …

“I trust that your meeting tomorrow with Senators Alston and Boswell is a profitable one.”

Hon David Hawker MP

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