NOT GUILTY Verdict slammed Perth DPP Tainted Evidence

Child sexual abuse is not tolerated by Australians. The use of such allegations as a tool to further the vindictive personal hatred of a partner is deplorable and to tutor your two young daughters to support fabricated evidence is despicable. Involving authorities in a vendetta to satisfy a personal agenda utilising this fabricated evidence is shameful. Leanne Patricia Daley is such a person.

On Wednesday March 18 2015 she and the entourage of Police and Child Protection personnel were discredited before a jury in the Perth Court when a verdict of “not guilty on all charges” was returned after just two hours to finally vindicate Robert Paul McJannett who walked free totally exonerated of these malicious charges laid in 2009.

The Western Australian judicial is world renowned for never letting justice or constitutional rights get in the way of the “good ole boys” personal agenda.

Confined to the dock Rob McJannett represented himself [usually a suicide mission] from the hundreds of hours it took him in preparation.  He had documents and videos stacked on a tiny table with more packed in a suitcase beside him then without input of a WA marionette lawyer he systematically dismantled the dubious evidence presented by the prosecution over the course of a marathon 15 day trial.

The prosecution team working with engineered evidence underestimated this crane driver’s ability in court to present his case. He exposed a chain of collusion and conspiracy between the DPP, Police and Child Services whose agenda was to mislead the court and incarcerate an innocent man.

SOS-NEWS “smelt a rat” in 2009 when Rob McJannett confided that Leanne Daley had made these allegations against him. Investigations conducted by SOS-NEWS confirmed the evidence was tainted and doubtful at best. Despite these issues the authorities had an agenda and did not concern themselves with the little matter of the truth. They continued to their taxpayer funded trial.

With truth and remarkable resilience on his side Robert Paul McJannett was able to stand before a jury in a biased court system exposing the perpetrators of this malicious prosecution.

The full story will be published when the dust settles and congratulations to you Rob you have given us all hope.

Harry Palmer
SOS-NEWS

Petition to O’Farrell – Thugs On Our Streets Must Be STOPPED

Tom Kelly

With street crime running rampant, a gutless government and police commissioner in NSW distancing themselves from the true crime situation in this state from thugs who control the streets. 

Gangs shooting up residential houses, public transport assaults, street brawls outside hotels and clubs, all under cover of “NO ACCOUNTABILITY” and escalating daily like any epidemic.

Barry O'Farrell

Barry O’Farrell

There is no doubt in the public mind that a  KING HIT is INTENTIONAL.  It should attract a charge of  PREMEDITATED ATTEMPTED MURDER, if fatal PREMEDITATED MURDER.

Why then does Mr O’Farrell’s  government, the DPP, and the Police Commissioner not place murder charges on the culprits when the crimes act allows for these charges ? – Why are  judicial magistrates so reluctant to lock them up and throw away the keys?

This petition need to be pushed into O’Farrell nose, supported by  flooding emails to make this political  garden gnome aware there are no fairies in yard.  His job, and that of his obvious “One Term Government”,  is to protect the people under our constitution which is obviously not on his agenda.

Mr O’Farrell, control the criminals as you control the good people of NSW – “Legislate to Dictate”.

Editor

The Premier of NSW – The Hon. Barry O’Farrell MP: Reform sentencing laws to curb alcohol-fuelled violence

We’d prepared ourselves for this kind of news, but it still came as a shock.

On New Year’s Eve, in almost exactly the same spot in King’s Cross where our beloved son Tom was killed, another young man had fallen victim to the rage of alcohol-fueled violence.

A single punch. Another young man fighting for his life. Another family distraught and torn apart. When is this going to end?

Our hearts go out to the family of young Daniel Christie. No-one outside the family can really understand the pain they are going through right now.

Police allege that Daniel’s attacker had drunk eight beers and a glass of wine beforehand and that he was already on a good behaviour bond for assault.

Because someone has been charged, we can’t comment more on this particular case right now. But we know that something has to change. Too many lives are being taken from us. The toll is mounting, and the Government is far too slow to act.

Just a few days after Kieran Loveridge was sentenced to a miserly four years jail for killing Tom, we started a petition at change.org/thomaskelly calling for minimum sentencing laws in cases of manslaughter.

More than 23,000 people have already signed our petition and we’ve had some encouraging signs from the Government.

And while we are still determined to see changes to minimum sentencing laws in cases of manslaughter, it’s clear that more needs to be done to tackle the spiralling issue of alcohol-fuelled violence.

In particular, we need laws that will send a strong message to young people and the community in general that alcohol abuse and excessive drinking should not serve as an excuse for violence. Right now, the law doesn’t do that.

Too often, criminals are using excessive drinking as an excuse for their behaviour.

We need to turn this around 180 degrees. The central plank of our new proposal to the NSW Government is to increase the penalties for any crime committed whilst affected by alcohol or drugs.

Recently, accompanied by leading Sydney lawyer Alexander Street SC, we met with Attorney-General Mr Greg Smith to propose three key areas of reform to the NSW Sentencing Act.

The three additions that we have proposed to the Attorney General – now reflected in our updated change.org/thomaskelly petition – are:

1. Any crimes committed whilst affected by alcohol or drugs are identified as a “mandatory aggravating factor” that must be taken into account on sentencing.

This will serve to send the right messaging of the primary role that alcohol plays in violence and crimes within NSW and require sentences to reflect this aggravating feature.

2. The aggravating factor of “conditional liberty” expanded to any “good behaviour bond”.

This will tackle the issue of repeat offenders.

3. Youth and the inability of a victim to defend themselves as being aggravating factors that must be taken into account.

This would help stop attacks on the most defenceless and vulnerable in our society.

We have asked the NSW Government to incorporate these three key elements into the Act.   Importantly these additions would be incorporated within all areas of criminal activity, including domestic violence and sexual assault.

Right now, our sentencing laws are completely out of sync with public sentiment.  18 months ago we lost Tom. 3 days ago, another family’s boy was attacked. Until something changes, the only thing we can be sure of is that there will be more.

Social and behavioural change only occurs when we stand up as one and demand that change happens.

Now is that time.

Time to say that we’re fed up with the culture of excessive drinking.

Time to say that we’re fed up with violence on our streets, fuelled by rampant alcohol abuse.

Please sign our petition on change.org/thomaskelly and share it with friends and family. Together, we can do this.  Thank you.

Ralph and Kathy Kelly