Journals - October 2001 - Page 6
We contend at the P&D’s that Kay Chambers was murdered to silence her and that her death and the subsequent abandonment of proceedings against Johannsen came about because the terror campaign waged against Dockers which was supposed to shock or intimidate members into abandoning their role as unionists, or murdering them, had failed. The trial was to be Peter Beattie's triumph, he would be seen as the instigator of prosecutions re the murders that had taken place on the docks. In his role as PCJC chair, then Premier he would shatter the wall of silence allegedly in place surrounding such crimes.
By late 1994 Beattie's plan had to change. He had found the union was no pushover his
thugs had been biffed and expelled. We had been making such
a song and dance in the industrial Commission in
At the time of the Wlodarczyk killing the Sunday Sun, a now defunct news paper, said the dogs were barking all over town about what had happened. Not quite, the dogs were barking it is true, however their song was Kayhad killed the man, Paul's name was not bandied about re this matter until things were warming up again in the mid to late eighties. Around the time the Smith/Mason/ Reed faction had gained power and Influence within the union by bashings and tear. Innuendo from Mason re John Wlodarczyk's murder toward a job delegate who requested the union rule re exposure to tar & epoxy paint be observed, he says ft was not a random act of violence but a calculated decision to kill a man.
Reed warning a member 'do not go writing letters Norm and you had better not talk to
Drummond.' Norm, whose teenage son was to be killed by
an unknown hit and run driver before years end, had outlined at a meeting
that he had written to Fitzgerald outlining the most serious misgivings re
the thrust this faction was presenting.
They had declared union owned property at Kangaroo Point superfluous and
with their filthy murderous scab mates stand up Col Woods, who they had
infiltrated into the union, were pushing through a highly questionable land
sale. Norm explained Fitzgerald replied that he should ring him and he would
make arrangements for an interview with
Angelo Vasta was DPP in 1978 who decided not to prosecute 0'Dempsy and Glancey,
recalling evidence the Coroner heard that Mrs M and the girls firstly did all they could to fulfill the sexual fantasies of their assailants, hoping thus to save their lives. After that the screaming went on for hours before they died. Recalling Vasta being elevated sortie short time later to the bench from where he was removed in 1988 in the wake of the Fl, allegedly because he maintained an allegedly unhealthy relationship with senior police who had been adversely named in evidence at the FI.
Interested whether either of the Vasta offspring employed at The Crown Law Department was involved in the abortive prosecution of Kay Chambers and Stretch Johannsen. indeed what prosecutions have they gotten up to. For Instance did either of them have any input re the proceedings against Arthur Stanley Brown re Judith and Susan. Or the abortive prosecution of a young man who was charged re the 1990 disappearance of Mark Redding, or court proceedings wherein Tommy Moloney may have been called as a witness, and what does Jolly old Salvatore di Carlo get up to as a barrister even as the Zervos murder hangs over his head.
We have a problem likewise with prosecutor Barrister Neville Weston whose input re our
attempts to bring all these matters before Connolly and Ryan led to disaster. He at least agreed that corruption in a capital case, ie a murder case, is capital corruption. Which is great since it is the basis upon which we propose to hang him and Angelo Vasta, and to do a job on corrupt lawyer Susan Austin as well.
Now another glimpse into the
the execution ground and she is about to be beheaded is
why. ‘Poisson fraise’ the
executioner mutters he is a dour and morose man whose role model is Sanson
the state executioner during the French revolution who, history records, cut
twenty two heads in thirty five minutes the morning he guillotined
Robespierre, head of the dreaded Committee for Public Safety, he often