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Governor of Queensland adamant judicial corruption not her concern


Brisbane, Australia - Queensland Governor, Penelope Wensley’s official life of ribbon cutting and endless tea parties continues uninterrupted by serious corroborated and documented judicial abuse and corruption allegations against her brother, Robert Wensley QC, a former judge in the Queensland Anti Discrimination Tribunal and three other judges.

Governor Wensley continues to maintain a steadfast silence despite the repeated judicial corruption allegations involving her brother and others, which have reached international media including The Wall Street Journal.

Dr Wensley has ignored all correspondence and phone calls by Brisbane mother, Jennifer Nash, in relation to her judicial corruption complaint.

Ms Nash and her unrepresented 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 in a civil rights complaint about severe school bullying and education discrimination.

Judicial corruption means the voice of the innocent goes unheard, while the guilty act with impunity" Huguette Labelle, Chair of Transparency International.

After Ms Nash wrote to US Senator Edward Kennedy of Boston, Mr Kennedy made personal representation to US Ambassador to Australia, Robert McCallum, on her behalf.

In a letter to Ms Nash dated 6 February 2007, he advised a response would be provided as soon as he received a response from Mr McCallum.

But it appears Mr McCallum never received a response from Canberra.

Dr Wensley told media last year that she believed “in due course the Australian people will decide if they wish to become a republic, but they haven’t made that decision yet. Until such time as they do so, we have institutions and systems that need to be upheld and respected”.

When Ms Wensley was sworn in last year, Premier Anna Bligh said “Penelope is a distinguished Queenslander who has made her mark on the world stage and now she’s coming home to serve our state. She will also bring a great warmth and compassion to the role of governor, having been involved in many humanitarian and environmental issues during her international career.”

Due to lack of press freedom the judicial abuse and corruption matter has never been reported in Australia.

Further information:
Governor of Queensland does not recognise civil rights issues


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