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Reply #30
This is sort of the point I'm creeping around, it's partially why I don't get the angst directed towards the police.

The media paint it as a police bungle that Gobbo just by "luck" finds herself in a situation in which the crooks get out and she is exempt from prosecution. When in reality those lucky structures are most likely there by design, as such she and the crooks are rewarded despite guilt!

I find it ironic that one group can do whatever they want to avoid justice and the group charged with bringing them to justice are hamstrung.

Priests are supposed to dob in pedophiles who confess their evil acts (a good thing in my opinion) but lawyers can't dob in the clients?  Double standards? 

My late brother was a cop for 20 years before becoming a barrister.  He told me that, if a client admitted guilt, he had to tell them to plead guilty.  If they refused, he would have stop representing them.  Of course, most crooks understood that and never told the truth.
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Re: Lawyer X - Police

Reply #31
Lets be clear, we are talking about drug dealers, murderers and violent offenders with total disregard for the law. I for one am comfortable that they have been locked away by any means the police had. Fargum.
Agree....one in a hundred major crimes get prosecuted because of a lack of resources, thats from a good friend of mine who is a federal officer so any means that makes it easier, saves money, gets the job done is fine in my book.
The money and resources are with the big crims, its a losing battle especially in the world of drugs, money laundering etc.....the Aus public appetite for drugs is huge and its just makes for more crime.

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Reply #32
This case pertains to the relative  small fry. The really big boys and girls are never in danger of being caught and so the situation never really changes - too much money involved.
Nothing ever ends

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Reply #33
This case pertains to the relative  small fry. The really big boys and girls are never in danger of being caught and so the situation never really changes - too much money involved.
Not sure who you are referring to Cookie but Mokbel is as big as it gets in Australia. He needs to be locked away and the key thrown away. I find it disgusting that these criminals, scourge of society, are almost getting treated like heroes over this Lawyer X thing. The sooner other crims take them with bicycle seat posts in jail gymnasiums, the better. I get the whole integrity thing, I'm not an idiot, but I don't think its aimed at protecting low life scum who pedal drugs to our kids and murder people in the street. A friend of mines very young son witnessed one of the gangland murders, it's not something easily forgotten.
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Reply #34
Not sure who you are referring to Cookie but Mokbel is as big as it gets in Australia. He needs to be locked away and the key thrown away. I find it disgusting that these criminals, scourge of society, are almost getting treated like heroes over this Lawyer X thing. The sooner other crims take them with bicycle seat posts in jail gymnasiums, the better. I get the whole integrity thing, I'm not an idiot, but I don't think its aimed at protecting low life scum who pedal drugs to our kids and murder people in the street. A friend of mines very young son witnessed one of the gangland murders, it's not something easily forgotten.

Agree with your sentiments GTC and these creeps should be in jail, but the likes of Mokbel and his ilk are the expendables who are nearer the bottom of the global distribution hierarchy, albeit making much money.
Nothing ever ends

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Reply #35
Agree with your sentiments GTC and these creeps should be in jail, but the likes of Mokbel and his ilk are the expendables who are nearer the bottom of the global distribution hierarchy, albeit making much money.
Agree on the global players thing, however without king pins like Mokbel et al, the internationals struggle to get in, they are the influencers in this country. We don't have cartels of the ilk and resources of South America, Italy etc. Mokbels empire is the closest thing to a cartel we will see. Cut them down, however way you can, and your start to impact supply. Now I am not naive enough to think that supply stops when they get locked up, but it does impact it and provides intel to the Feds and Narcos.
2017 - 16th
2018 - Wooden Spoon
2019 - 16th
2020 - dare to dream?
2021 - Pi$$ or get off the pot

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Reply #36
He needs a better wig