Governor of Queensland oblivious to constituents’ human rights and principles of democracy
Brisbane, Australia - Queensland Governor, Penelope Wensley, has maintained a dogged silence in relation to corroborated judicial abuse and corruption allegations against her brother, Robert Wensley QC, a former judge in the Queensland Anti Discrimination Tribunal and three other judges.
“Equal treatment before the law is a pillar of democratic societies. When courts are corrupted by greed or political expediency, the scales of justice are tipped, and ordinary people suffer. Judicial corruption means the voice of the innocent goes unheard, while the guilty act with impunity” Huguette Labelle, Chair of Transparency International.
Robert Wensley was the presiding judge in a complaint by Brisbane mother, Jennifer Nash, about severe school bullying and education discrimination which was never remedied.
The bullied youth was repeatedly denied legal youth advocacy under The Rights Of The Child like other children. He was also denied the right to be tried by a jury like accused criminals.
“I consider trial by jury as the only anchor yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution” Thomas Jefferson.
Ms Nash and her son claimed the judges were intimidating and biased and their courtroom audiotapes and transcripts were repeatedly edited in order to pervert the course of justice.
The allegations are corroborated by a signed and sworn statutory declaration from a retired court reporter, which was submitted to the Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee.
Courier Mail journalist, Terry Sweetman, has described Governor Wensley’s official life as a continued whirl of largely inconsequential piffle. “Whenever I mention the bizarre waste of about $4 million a year on the Queensland governor, somebody responds listing the number of tea parties and receptions involved and how busy, busy, busy she is. So are bees, but at least they produce honey” he wrote.
His hope that Dr Wensley be the last Queensland governor and that her residence, Government House be turned into a museum, is a wish shared by many.
Due to lack of press freedom the obstruction of justice and judicial abuse has never been reported in Australia.
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