Time To Clean Up House

Dirty Cops, Dirty Money, Dirty Jews!

Catch and Release: Shomrim Apprehend Man Passing Fake Currency, Police Release Him

Time For Inspector Peter Simonetti Of The 71st Precinct To Go!

Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. Do Nothing As Crown Heights Youth Die Physically and Spiritually

History Repeats: The Fischer Saga, The Story Of Crown Heights

Bringing Down the House

$601,121 – What Can You Get For This Much Cash?

$2,019,685.00 Spent For Weatherization For Low Income Individuals, Where Is the Money?

$106,643 Worth Of Conferences? How Come We Haven’t Heard Of Them?

$601,121: How Much Office Supplies and Office Material Does CHJCC Need?

Flash Back 1997: Shomrim Ask, “Where Is The Money?”

The Money Trail <the BIG money < Coming Up!

To Serve the Residents Of Crown Heights OR to Serve the Mendle Hendel?

$2,468,935 From WAP, Where is it?


One Response to “Time To Clean Up House”

  1. WhoIsShmira? Says:

    Must Watch: The Inquisition – Exposing Corruption

    The Inquisition (Click Here To Watch In Full)

    Corruption in the NSW Police Force is the subject of a new documentary screening on ABC in May.

    The Inquisition will explore the Wood Royal Commission’s exploration of the allegations and will be told by the likes of Independent MP John Hatton, Justice James Wood, Counsels Gary Crooke and John Agius and Investigator Nigel Hadgkiss.

    The Wood Royal Commission unleashed an extraordinary investigation that swept through the NSW Police Force like a tsunami. For many, the stakes were life or death. Not everyone survived.

    The Inquisition by award-winning filmmakers Rachel Landers and Dylan Blowen brings together the major players in the Commission for the first time in twelve years.

    It has been said that since the First Fleet arrived Australians have been unsure whether they were on the side of the convicts or the guards. From that moment allegations of corruption, and the Australian police force have never been far apart. By the 1970s many began to suspect that the 16,000 member New South Wales police force – the 3rd largest in the world – was rotten with entrenched corruption.

    There was talk of high-level police protecting drug dealers and trafficking drugs themselves; of police involved in assault, in verballing, in fabricating evidence… even in murder.

    In 1994 an extraordinary confluence of events allowed a now legendary team of corruption fighters to take them on. To do so they unleashed an investigative model so extreme, it seemed to challenge the very boundaries of justice itself.

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