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Post  true lilly on Fri Feb 24, 2012 2:07 pm

'Sex bomb' cafe-owner leaves wives seething



true lilly wrote:
true lilly wrote:Icke...CONspiracy trolls...scrote...

And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal



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true lilly wrote:And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Thomson union printer raided over credit card
Kate McClymont
February 24, 2012 - 6:22PM


Businessman John Gilleland at his Palm Beach home this morning during a police raid. Photo: Ben Rushton

Police this morning raided the house of the man accused
of providing secret commissions to the Health Services Union's former
general secretary Craig Thomson and the union's head Michael Williamson.


Detectives from Strike Force Carnarvon executed a search
warrant at the Palm Beach house of printer John Gilleland, 65, and his
wife, Carron, shortly before 7am today.


Several hours later, police from the computer crime squad arrived to assist in the search of the Gillelands' house.


Labor MP and former HSU general secretary Craig Thomson, who was provided with a credit card by Mr Gilleland. Photo: Andrew Meares


A Herald investigation last year revealed that
Mr Williamson and Mr Thomson were provided with American Express cards
by Mr Gilleland, who runs a graphic design and printing business.


The credit cards were issued in the names of Mr Thomson
and Mr Williamson, but were attached to Mr Gilleland's account and the
bills incurred on those cards were allegedly paid for by Mr Gilleland.


The Herald has previously reported that Mrs
Gilleland allegedly complained to senior union officials that Mr
Williamson had "run amok" with the credit card.



Mr Gilleland's wife Carron complained that Union boss
Michael Williamson (pictured) had 'run amok' with the credit card he
was issued by her husband
. Photo: Ben Rushton


He even paid his private school fees on it; this was not
part of the deal,
" Mrs Gilleland allegedly said.
Mrs Gilleland today
denied that this occurred or that the converstation ever took place.


Mr Gilleland's company, Communigraphix, which he runs
from his two-storey house in Barrenjoey Road, receives $680,000 a year
to produce 10 issues of the union's newsletter,
the Health Standard.


Either offering or receiving a benefit as an inducement
to act in a certain way in business dealings may constitute a criminal
offence, which can attract penalties of up to seven years' imprisonment.


Mr Williamson, who is on paid leave from the union, and
Mr Thomson, who became the federal member for Dobell in 2007, have
denied any wrongdoing.


This morning's police raid is not the printer's first brush with the law.

In 1984, he and his brother, Ian, were arrested by federal police
over their alleged role in using their printing company to produce
counterfeit German currency.


The quality of the notes was so good that they were given a seven out of 10 rating by the Reserve Bank.

While John Gilleland was acquitted by a jury in 1986, at a
subsequent trial, Ian was found guilty and sentenced to five years'
jail.


Mr Thomson is subject of two other investigations being
conducted by the Victorian Police and Fair Work Australia
into
allegations that he used his union-issued credit card to withdraw
$100,000 in cash advances and to pay for prostitutes. This is a separate
card to the one that was the subject of today's police raid.


Do you know more? kmcclymont@smh.com.au

This reporter is on Twitter: @Kate_McClymont

Read more:
http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/thomson-union-printer-raided-over-credit-card-20120224-1trn9.html#ixzz1nKPrN39r
true lilly wrote:Government accused of interfering in Thomson investigation
AAP, Yahoo!7
February 1, 2012, 5:43 pm

http://au.news.yahoo.com/nsw/latest/a/-/newshome/12782817/government-accused-of-interfering-in-thomson-investigation/

But then within weeks of that News,
of this OVER 3 YEAR 'Investigation' ...

we have this Labor Horse and Pony Show ...

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taking up all our 'news' Space ...
true lilly wrote:Icke...CONspiracy trolls...scrote...

And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal



Baron Cohen warns West over Oscars ban



7:17AM
NewsCore

COMIC'S alter ego,
Admiral General Shabazz Aladeen, threatens West
with "unimaginable consequences" unless sanction is lifted.



true lilly wrote:And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal



Thomson union printer raided over credit card

Kate McClymont

February 24, 2012 - 6:22PM
true lilly wrote:Has anyone stopped to ask Ms Gillard if she thinks Rudd
has basically been running a destabilising campaign against Labor and is
a flake, then why did she give him such an important role as Foreign
Minister ?

Surely this assignment reflects badly on Ms Gillard if she give out
these jobs on the basis of her own survival rather than the national
interest.

It seems to me neither Gillard nor Rudd are going to be able to form any
kind of stable government with these tensions and open hatreds, so
surely they own it to the people who pay their wages to call an election
and let them decide.

Scooter (Reply)Thu 23 Feb 12 (11:44pm)



After two days of this circus, and having now watched
interviews on 7.30 and Lateline, why is it that it is only now that the
interviewers are demanding answers?


If only they had approached their jobs with such determination over the
past 5 years, this country may have avoided the disaster that we have
all had to endure— a disaster that will have impacts long after this
bunch of incompetents are turfed out of government.

Ian of Burpengary (Reply)Thu 23 Feb 12 (11:54pm)


Yesterday Kevin Rudd’s administration was described as “chaotic and
dysfunctional” and hence he was deposed. So someone who was at the time
known to run a “chaotic and dysfunctional” administration is then given
the job as foreign minister
representing Australian interests abroad.

I fail to see how that was in the “National Interest”.

Party interest maybe, but certainly not National interest.


While Nero Fiddled of Australia (Reply)Fri 24 Feb 12 (01:01am)

http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/index.php/heraldsun/comments/tips_for_friday_february_24/#commentsmore


Well one thing we can't deny, is that under Gillard...


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Julia Gillard's first day as PM
Prime Minister Julia Gillard emerges from the leadership ballot
with Wayne Swan after defeating Kevin Rudd. Photo: Andrew Meares


Julia Gillard with Quentin Bryce at Government House
after being sworn in as Prime Minister. Photo: Brendan Esposito
Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/national/after-the-tumult-enter-the-new-pm-20100624-z3hv.html#ixzz1nFvCWksE
June 25, 2010

...The GREENS have been shown to be The ENEMY...
...here you go, The Link 'they' DON'T want clicked:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_MpLocFQus

The Greens leader Bob brown wants a Global Parliament
that's a global government not a conspiracy now its fact .
National Press Club ABC 29/June/2011 (for those outside Australia

"The Greens" are Australia's 3rd biggest party
militant about imposing their carbon agenda )



...oh, and 'Ciggy' has been shown to be a complete fool

...and 'they' still think it's 'clever' to render my posts illegible,
as it's the only 'counter' 'they' have to facts

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Post  daddlepoms on Fri Feb 24, 2012 4:25 pm

sasha cohen will be like a ship busting on the rocks very soon, & julia Gillard will be calling me for diner by this time next year

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Post  Ciggy on Fri Feb 24, 2012 7:23 pm


That's actually rather tame by Italian standards.

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Post  daddlepoms on Fri Feb 24, 2012 7:41 pm

touche

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