#QCAT evictions: the scapegoat of #QPS (part One) by Melissa Jane Petrak

QCAT evictions the scapegoat of QPS

The corrupt former Queensland  (unmentionable) government, were definitely no ‘accidental government’.

Breaches of the separation of powers took place almost immediately. Within 21 days of the former premier coming to power, all arms of government collaborated in a constitutional breach and denied due process during a QCAT eviction.

The Queensland, Morningside Police said on a number of occasions, the constitution does not matter anymore. It is this very constitution; that will uncover the lies, and the QPS corruption and restore the family to a position where justice is served.

Although High Court matters are fettered at the discretion of the honourable High Court judges. #QPS ought to familiarise themselves with the constitution; as one never can foresee reasons behind the decisions.  I like former Chief justice Kirby’s tree analogy, whereby topiary trends may change; but EQUITY refuses to merge into murky waters.

Do NOT throw out the baby with bath water, ‘JUST THROW OUT’ the dirty water.

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