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David Walter need support tomorrow when he delivers Cairns Court a lethal blow

Tomorrow at 9am Cairns Court to support David Walter

Today David Walter fronted Cairns Court and the same Magistrate who jailed him for contempt and made false claim of his aggression to government enforcers within that court to which many witnesses submitted statements to the perjury committed by the said Magistrate. 129 more words


Inti ukoll għandek dritt tiekol

Qed jintqal li l-Prim Imħallef Silvio Camilleri fid-diskors tiegħu iktar kmieni din il-ġimgħa ta’ ħasla papali lill-Gvern. Jiena naħseb li dan mhux korrett.

Fil-fehma tiegħi il-Prim Imħallef emfasizza li r-responsabbiltà biex ħadd ma jkun il-fuq mill-liġi mhiex biss tal-Qrati imma ukoll tal-Pulizija u tal-Avukat Ġenerali. 80 more words


Court rules in favour of Suncor on random drug testing; union to keep fighting

Energy giant Suncor Energy has won another victory in a years-long legal battle over random drug and alcohol testing at its northeastern Alberta oilsands sites. 111 more words


Penalties too stiff

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It seems to be an open secret that there are some people who can commit crimes and never spend a day in jail. 340 more words


Corporation-v-Walter court dates

David Walter has sent advice regarding his next court appearances.

Cairns Magistrate Court October 16, 2017 to face charges of failing to submit a form relating to his bankruptcy action… 37 more words



There is a guy down the road who looks a bit sketchy to me. He always looks a bit scruffy, never makes eye contact, and he is often seen lounging about his back yard while the rest of us honest, god –fearing citizens are toiling away at the office. 407 more words


Alberta man convicted in brutal sexual assault loses bid for mistrial

An Alberta man convicted of the brutal sex attack of an indigenous woman whom the Crown had jailed to ensure her testimony has lost a bid for a mistrial. 452 more words