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131106-G. H .Schorel-Hlavka O.W.B. to Mr Clive Palmer -MP elect- Re THE GOVERNMENTS CORPORATE FRAUD.pdf

131106-G. H .Schorel-Hlavka O.W.B. to Mr Clive Palmer -MP elect- Re THE GOVERNMENTS CORPORATE FRAUD.pdf

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Clive Palmer was advertising (during the election) that people should vote for him to be Prime minister. Obviously we do not vote who shall be Prime minister, but this document is a challenge to him if he can prove hen has the backbone and credibility to be a SENTRY.
Clive Palmer was advertising (during the election) that people should vote for him to be Prime minister. Obviously we do not vote who shall be Prime minister, but this document is a challenge to him if he can prove hen has the backbone and credibility to be a SENTRY.

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 p1 6-11-2013
INSPECTOR-RIKATI® about the BLACK HOLE in the CONSTITUTION-DVD A 1
st
 edition limited special numbered book on Data DVD
 ISBN 978-0-9803712-6-0
PLEASE NOTE
: You may order books in the
INSPECTOR-RIKATI® series
 by making a reservation, See also Http://www.schorel-hlavka.com Blog at Http://www.scrib.com/InspectorRikati
 
WITHOUT PREJUDICE
Mr Clive Palmer
 6-11-2013 Palmer United Party Admin@PalmerUnited.com 
?
5 Cc: Mr Tony Abbott: Tony.Abbott.MP@aph.gov.au 
Ref: 131106-G. H .Schorel-Hlavka O.W.B. to Mr Clive Palmer -MP elect- ReTHE GOVERNMENTS CORPORATE FRAUD
10 Clive, I understand that the Australian Electoral Commission had declared you the successful candidate of 2013 Federal election in the seat of FAIRFAX, hence, as a Member of Parliament-
elect (do note the word “
-
elect” as you are not a Member of Parliament nor entitled to any
 benefits as such until you have actually been sworn in taking up the seat!) I urge you to hold the 15 government accountable for its reported 5 billion dollars
UNCONSTITUTIONAL
 spending spree/give away, as if there is no tomorrow. Remember they are giving away the hard earned taxes your companies also had to pay! I have outlined various relevant matters below. As a
 CONSTITUTIONALIST
 I hold our constitution that is
The Commonwealth of Australia
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Constitution Act 190
 (UK) as being sacred. No one and so neither the courts or any Royal Commission (even so they purported to do so in their own criminal manner, such as
FRATERNISING
 by members of the High Court of Australia) can amend the constitution but only We, the People, by a proper referendum to approve such proposed amendment of the constitution. 25
Hansard
25-3-1897 
 Constitution Convention Debates
 (
Official Record of the Debates of the National Australasian Convention
) QUOTE
Mr. WISE:
 I can see no other course. It has taken 100 years for the United States to pass a Civil Service
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Act, and now it is not of very much value.
If we get a party system
, and follow it out in the appointment of civil servants, we will be initiating a system of corruption which would gain strength every day. END QUOTE 
 Now le
t’s consider your own businesses.
 Suppose you appoint a new CEO and he then 35 immediately or about immediately start reportedly transferring millions of dollars to (say) his mates bank accounts, without any approval to do so, and without having the legal authority either to do so. Obviously, you would likely call in the authorities, including the police, but what if the  police is acting in a manner such as exposed by Shane at his website Kangaroo Court of Australia? 40
The Canberra Mafia. How and why the Australian Federal Government conceal corruption.
 
 
 p2 6-11-2013
INSPECTOR-RIKATI® about the BLACK HOLE in the CONSTITUTION-DVD A 1
st
 edition limited special numbered book on Data DVD
 ISBN 978-0-9803712-6-0
PLEASE NOTE
: You may order books in the
INSPECTOR-RIKATI® series
 by making a reservation, See also Http://www.schorel-hlavka.com Blog at Http://www.scrib.com/InspectorRikati
 australian-federal-government-conceal-corruption/ and Public service keeps fraud cases private http://www.smh.com.au/national/public-service-keeps-fraud-cases-private-20110923-1kpdr.html 
QUOTE
 
At the end of 1999, a team of immigration analysts was facing a curious problem. Asked to compile statistics on where new migrants were living, the staff had to dig out original forms to match against later data. But as
5
they moved through the department's old Cumberland Street offices in Sydney, they found scores of files had vanished.
 
 About the same time, another official arranging a citizenship ceremony was annoyed to find a child's name missing from a key certificate. He searched for a hard copy original to check the name but he came across the
10
same problem. The file couldn't be found. There was another link. That child's citizenship file and the documents missing from Cumberland Street had  been handled by the same senior officer - David Moon. The missing papers were later found stashed inside his office. It was later revealed 110 Chinese migrants whose applications Moon had approved should never have been
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granted citizenship. Moon had been taking thousands of dollars in kickbacks and luxury overseas holidays to illegally fast-track them through the system. In 2008, the 69-year-old was jailed.  Now, a
 Herald 
 investigation has found evidence to suggest there may be hundreds of similar cases lying in wait. Confidential files obtained using freedom of information show thousands of allegations of graft and abuse of office are being levelled against government staff each year - but only a handful are properly
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investigated. Last year, almost 1800 misconduct cases were handled inside just 5 per cent of the agencies that make up the federal government. In the past six years, more than 3200 investigations have been conducted inside the Department of Defence alone. Almost one-fifth of Australian Customs and Border Protection's workforce has  been investigated since 2007 for offences including bribery and ''prohibited imports''.
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In January, customs joined two law-enforcement bodies already under the purview of the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity, a corruption watchdog. But for the rest of the Commonwealth, no one is watching. Moon's is a salutary lesson because he wasn't exposed by someone blowing the whistle. There was no one inside the Department of Immigration who would have been willing or able to do anything with allegations that controversial - at one point, Moon simply declined to be interviewed by department
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officers. The Australian Federal Police, which concentrates on drug trafficking and counter-terrorism, is reluctant to deal with Commonwealth fraud matters. It is likely the police took the case because the evidence was too conspicuous to ignore. There may be hundreds of bureaucrats in the public service who have previously been the target of internal investigations.
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In one confidential memo obtained by the
 Herald 
, senior Department of Immigration personnel are told that several staff had resigned ''to avoid incurring a breach of the APS [Australian Public Service] code of conduct on their employment record and likelihood of serious sanction being imposed''. This is not a rare occurrence. In the past six years, no fewer than 919 fraud investigations into Commonwealth public servants were prematurely terminated because they resigned.
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THE senior executives who lead Canberra's public service promulgate the myth the Commonwealth does not have a corruption problem. Carmel McGregor, then the acting public service commissioner, told a parliamentary law enforcement committee in mid-
2009: ''There is no evidence that corruption … is widespread in the APS." That may be
 
 
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INSPECTOR-RIKATI® about the BLACK HOLE in the CONSTITUTION-DVD A 1
st
 edition limited special numbered book on Data DVD
 ISBN 978-0-9803712-6-0
PLEASE NOTE
: You may order books in the
INSPECTOR-RIKATI® series
 by making a reservation, See also Http://www.schorel-hlavka.com Blog at Http://www.scrib.com/InspectorRikati
 
 
true. But it is also true that corruption in the Commonwealth government is just as prevalent as elsewhere in Australia.  Not only are a substantial number of allegations formally lodged every day against APS staff, but most of those are never independently examined. Previously unpublished audits obtained by the
 Herald 
 record more than 3800 internal investigations in nine departments in roughly the past three years.
5
The Department of Defence has been home to another 1300 in the same period and there are scores of other agencies whose files remain secret. The Australian Taxation Office has conducted 883 internal investigations in the past two years. Last year, in 10 agencies, there were 21 cases of alleged corruption, 65 conflicts of interest, and 247 cases of fraud.
10
The public has heard about none of these, and many, on the evidence seen by the
 Herald 
, appear to have been handled discreetly to avoid public embarrassment. Indeed, there were only 11 referrals to the federal police  by the entire Commonwealth government last year. The internal audit files obtained by the
 Herald 
 also show widespread corruption risks - poorly-managed  procurements worth many millions of dollars, shoddy information security measures such as passwords
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which are never expunged and a culture of rorting travel benefits, salary entitlements or department credit cards. In 2007, Griffith University published data from a survey of 8000 public servants about fraud and misconduct. Canberra scored as well, or as poorly, as NSW, Queensland and Western Australia, which all have
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corruption-busting agencies. A total of 22 per cent had direct evidence of the rorting of entitlements, 31 per cent had seen a cover-up of poor performance and 10 per cent had seen someone use their status to obtain  personal favours. More federal employees had seen money stolen, resources improperly used for personal gain or pornography downloaded to a work computer than their state counterparts.
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Crucially, only marginally fewer Commonwealth employees (2.4 per cent) had direct evidence of the  payment of bribes than those in NSW (2.9 per cent). The Australian Public Service Commission guides the bureaucracy on values and conduct. The Australian  National Audit Office audits spending and performance. The Commonwealth Ombudsman handles complaints. And almost every department has its own audit unit.
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They say where cases of serious corruption emerge - Moon is an example, as is Nick Petroulias, the former assistant tax commissioner jailed in 2008 for selling classified information - the AFP has the powers needed to investigate. But there are several problems with this position. ''They have a conflict of interest,'' John McMillan, the former Commonwealth Ombudsman, says. ''They do not want to expose a weakness in their own procedures or have the public questioning the integrity of their
35
 process. By and large the interest of an agency is to avoid any publicity questioning … its efficiency or
integrity.'' Of 500 internal fraud cases recorded in the Department of Immigration in the past two years, only six were referred to the AFP. Last year, Centrelink investigated 337 of its employees for misconduct including conflicts of interest, fraud
40
and abuse of office. In 2008, the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs investigated 138 allegations that staff obtained a benefit by deception, and 475 misconduct cases  between July 2007 and December 2009. How many cases were referred to the AFP by each agency in the  past two years? One.

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