Wed, Apr 25, 2018

Western Australian Premier Prejudices Criminal Trial

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Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan

The Hon. Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has made comments that prejudice a criminal proceeding active in the Perth Magistrates Court, following the seizure of a journalist's material through a search warrant issued to all police officers.

The action was commenced following investigations into Coca Cola and its bottlers. The defendant's matters have been progressed by some of Perth's leading law firms including MGB and David Manera - with a trial allocation date set for the 12th of December 2017. Class-actions including against the State of Western Australia and Coca-Cola bottlers are expected to follow.

Corollary investigations continue to be made in relation to elevated risks of cancer-related diseases for those living close to unbalanced three-phase power transmission systems that may be triggered or exacerbated by lead (or other substances) in water supplies; a phenomenon that could not prior be easily explained due to prior research focussing on RF radiation instead of electro-chemical interactions within water distribution systems.

The Premier's comments were made on Friday the 13th of October 2017 and sullied John Holland's claims that lead came from outside the Perth Children's Hospital. A full public apology is being sought by the defendant from the Premier; and an immediate return of the material seized by Western Australian Police.

Due to the severity and reach of the the Western Australian Premier's comments on Friday, if no apology is made then contempt of court orders may be sought including orders to dissolve parliament, if necessary.

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