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map-marker Melbourne, Victoria

But it all came true and they pleaded guilty Mr McGarvie

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Victorian Legal Services Board And Commissioner - But it all came true and they pleaded guilty Mr...
Ratepayer Associations like the Mildura Ratepayers should investigate the Derivatives Scam which fleeced ratepayers in local councils around the world. Teachers in Texas should ask their Governor to ask his nominees on the Texas State Teachers Pension Plan about the extraditable racketeering laws on the Victorian legal services board files. It's now confirmed by Sentencing by County Court Judge Paul Lacava that Bill Jordanou's associates used people's papers to create false borrowings with the help of CBA Bankers that went to lavish a $50 million criminal lifestyle for criminal fraudsters who gambled away in casinos. The case is simply one of a 100 that all came true despite the blocka, barriers and whitewash from regulators like APRA and its legal board that she chairs with bank auditors like KPMG. Her legal services commissioner McGarvie was frantic years ago to spy on what crime reporters knew from his own customers who saw the American SEC about the same scams that the US Justice Department in Massachusetts prosecuted banks in Scotland for. Royal Bank of Scotland joked that they could destroy the US housing market according to emails that the prosecutors in Massachuseets released. The CBA faces a huge class action by the Massachusetts State Employee Pension Fund (and the Texan State Teachers Pension Fund) and may have run a RICO Racket if the Prosecutors in the Royal Bank of Scotland Scandal take the same view of the way the Commonwealth Bank rolled false loans up into packages that were sold to American investors (as happened with local Australian Councils who bought derivatives). Bank Auditors could be joined the a case if he accounting firms were in on a cover up. APRA looks on the nose at the Royal Commission we wanted. The VLSB spied on our political backers like Bob Katters' group of small Independent MPs who wanted a Royal Commission into regulators like APRA and it came true - American billionaires sent tax deductable donations to Mr John Podesta's charity for it to use in political campaigns against mining companies like Ms Bennett worked for. The casino authorities in Hong Kong and in Nevada should investigate the CBA's public relations advice to the press that the bank went straight to the Scoresby Police Station as soon as it realised what was going on. The bank should've gone straight to the US Casino and Moneylaundering Authorities and reported suspected Racketeering by a Ponzi Scheme
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Pros:
  • Confessions to us law enforcement
  • 12 years jail for very real crimes mr mcgarvie
  • Texas teachers class action on the cba bank
Cons:
  • Cover ups
  • Officials spying on our tv shows
  • Coverups for criminals during global investigations
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Preferred solution: extradition to Texas or Massachussets

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Guest

Patrick Tehan QC's client Bill Jordanou was jailed because the bank loans were a ponzi scheme. Geo.

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Bush's friend's family in Mildura weren't happy that Amanda Tehan and Trevor McTaggart tried to find out with Shirley Joseph's help. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia should be investigated.

Meredith P Mka
map-marker Melbourne, Victoria

They disagreed with US Pension Funds!

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The Australian antimoneylaundering agency fined the Commonwealth Bank of Australia $700m for concealing organised crime and terror law breaches from US retirement funds for US Judges and Corrections Officials in Massachussets and snow plough drivers in Colorado and teachers in California and Texas. The CEO of the foreign board in Victoria, Michael McGarvie, claims they spoke about the US Treasury investigations into the Australian operations of global companies like American Express Mastercard and Visa to people they knew were closed down by the fraud squad in the case of Trevor McTaggart, disbarred for trust account breaches in the case of barrister Stirling, operated brothels in the case of Trimboli's forced sale, trafficked young *** in the case of Ken Wolf from the Richmond Council, and file bogus liens in a deb collection racket in the case of Tobi Mitchell's friends. According to foreign officials from that board, their customers went to US law enforcement and after arrests this McGarvie lent on people and misled his Minister for Counterterrorism & Police at the same time US Treasury visited the Commonwealth Bank about the cover ups that hid information from the international sharemarket like CalSTRS Pension Fund. Dreadful. McGarvie's own staff told his customers to see the FBI as Maurice Blackburn's class action lawyers know. The legal board's conduct was also described as corrupt by Fotincie at the Privacy Commission and by Ms. Tyrell Davidson at the Victorian Goverment Ombudsman's office (file C 15 1****) and at Parliamentary Inquiries. Victims of this strange board are also concerned that its board members studied American laws like Fincen antimoneylaundering laws but still claim they 'can't see' what the US arrests confirmed, Will the Royal Commission into bank crimes compare the investigations by the US that proved the boards leaks were all true? Victims of the coverups include the shareholders in the Commonwealth Bank who effectively have to pay the $700m fine, US retirement schemes for a million or more US public servants in 4 States, and those poor victims of international human trafficking and drugs an moneylaundering. Austrac's Nicole Rose said the extent of the child trafficking shocked her, and she came from the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission who should know things rather than be shocked by what was going on. Victims of this McGarvie's "ethics board" want compensation for breaching privacy by spying for crims on the people with Elliot who went to US law enforcement as advised by McGarvie's interns. Where is it?
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  • Arrests by the fbi
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  • Coverups for criminals during global investigations
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Trevor McTaggart has what he deserves coming

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Shirley Joseph is in Whistleblower Reports

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Spencer M Mts
map-marker Melbourne, Victoria

Who was howard bowles talking to

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I was on Australia's foremost tv show against crooks, cons and bankster, A Current Affair, as one of many who only wanted a Royal Commission that found system wide fraud. moneylaundering, rigging interest rates, forgeries and international crimes. Who are these Australian legal board officials to lean on witnesses in the SEC witness scheme? Who are these legal board officals like "Tina" and "Bowles" to spy on investigatie reporters' tv shows? I want $600,000 compensation at least for the board breaches of privacy to criminals while undercover operations moved on criminals. NAB Bank's Anthony Waldron was defamed as well because the American whistleblower scheme arrested different people at the Commonwealth Bank called Waldron. Anthony's Simon Thompson is dumbfounded what went on inside this foreign board of whistleblwers and cover upper ers. Avoid this board's complaints division. Spencer Murray Whistleblower.
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Nonsensical - can you write in English?

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Ben Steinberg's admissions were on tv news about the Royal Commission.

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