NSW Police: Utterly Compromised

One rule for them and another for everybody else.

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‘It’s a big club, and you ain’t in it!’
Source: TGA
How far would you go to protect your mates?

Why do NSW Police think they are above the law?

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7 comments on “NSW Police: Utterly Compromised”

  1. the NSW Police force is a private company, NOT a governmental body. Details:
    Company name: NSW Police Force
    ABN: 43 408 613 180
    Main Business location: NSW 2150
    Trading names: NSW Police Force, NSW Police, NSW Police Department NSW Police Service.

    This means it is a Pty Ltd and a private company. The officers are employees including the Police Commissioner who is, in effect, the CEO or Executive Director and subject to the same laws as any of us.

  2. This young bloke is really good. Nice expose of four crooks: Fuller, Elliot, Barilaro, Lanyon. Business as usual in NSW, I guess. I suppose the best that can be said about them is that they are not as bad as their Victorian counterparts.

  3. For decades the NSW police and government were owned by the Mafia. I doubt anything is very different now.

  4. Talk about corruption! which is what this wonderful reporter did so well. We’ve seen of late just how the system works, and it’s definitely not for we the people, but many thanks for a delightful expose’ and I for one would like to see a few more done by this same reporter, who added some humor which we need a lot more of during these dark days.

  5. Trust no one, my father always said. He was spot on, especially when it comes to gov & the establishment

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