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Governor Of Queensland ignores judicial corruption claims involving brother


Brisbane, Australia - Queensland Governor, Penelope Wensley has refused to act on judicial corruption allegations by Brisbane woman Jennifer Nash involving her brother Robert Wensley QC, a former Judge in the Queensland Anti Discrimination Tribunal.

The Tribunal complaint by Ms Nash about severe school bullying and education discrimination was never remedied and her teenage son was forced to leave school due to severe school bullying.

He was later ordered to pay Education Queensland more than $ 28,000 in legal costs when he did not return to the Tribunal for further hearings after enduring several distressing incidents.

The costs order contravenes The Rights Of The Child and the Anti Discrimination Act and is based on the Infants law Act from 1851.

The persistent denial of legal youth advocacy itself breaches The Rights Of The Child.

The other Judges mentioned in the documented and corroborated judicial abuse and corruption complaint by Ms Nash are former Tribunal President, Judge Jean Dalton QC, Queensland Supreme Court Judge, Ann Lyons and Judge Roslyn Atkinson.

The allegations by Ms Nash and her son that the Judges were intimidating and biased and that their courtroom audiotapes and transcripts were repeatedly edited in order to pervert the course of justice have never been disputed by the government.

Published letters to the editor in local newspapers and news articles on their case published by The Wall Street Journal and other international media have been ignored, as the state staunchly refuses to act on the serious judicial abuse and corruption allegations made by the unrepresented bullied schoolboy and his mother.

“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"

Despite strong criticism the Queensland Parliamentary Crime and Misconduct Committee has refused to investigate or table the judicial corruption complaint in Parliament.

This matter is explained further in QLD Governor Wensley Silent On Judicial Abuse

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