News has hit around Australia that the former Senator Rod Culleton has won his appeal in front of the chief magistrate Heath, to allow private prosecutions to be filed under Commonwealth Law to bring bank CEO’s and their agents to face court in Narrogin Local Court in the Upper Great Southern Wheatbelt of Western Australia.Culleton’s win is a case precedent which should remind people that no one is above the law, and that you cannot inflict harm on another. A large number of growers have filed and have foreshadowed to file all around the Commonwealth further prosecutions against other bank CEO’s and their agents.
Back in 2016, the former One Nation Senator admitted a rift existed between himself and party leader Pauline Hanson over her failure to back his push for a Royal Commission into banking, which ultimately forced Culleton to go independent.
Culleton believes that this private prosecution will now become very popular, as police and certain government agencies have prevented restitution to be fulfilled, as the government has cut back all of their funding. Most importantly our politicians have failed to act, including our Senators who have not done their job in the house and upheld their constitutional duties to protect the rights of the Australian people.
Culleton’s email to Leon Ashby:
A number of Private Prosecutions were filed today against Mr Shayne Elliott in the Magistrates Court in the Upper Great Southern wheatbelt town of Narrogin, Western Australia.
Mr Elliott, currently the ANZ Bank CEO, must attend the hearing on the 18th February 2019 to enter a plea on a number of filed actions – (Group actions).
Leon, we have been very patient with the banks, and yet those involved in the banking sector have not taken some of the growers seriously. Well, this has now become a very serious matter, as farmers all around Australia feel matters best be dealt with in the bush!
The local court being the Magistrates Court in Western Australia confirmed the jurisdiction, being of the Crown, under the Commonwealth Constitution Act 1900 (UK). This was done in a matter where I addressed the court on a point of jurisdiction recently. This is evidenced in the transcript.
I believe this will now pave the way as a case precedent for bank CEO(s) and others from various banks will be prosecuted and will need to enter a plea on the 18th February 2019 onwards.
It is of course, incumbent upon me to reveal that I am the prosecutor in this group action and certain (ex) Politicians, Bankers, Lawyers, Real Estate Agents , Receivers ect, not limited to Police, will be called to give evidence.
The farmers are proud that at long last we can now prosecute for the crimes that have been committed against our fellow primary producers!!!!
I ask all Senators to start stepping up to the plate and realise the power they have in the House representing their constituents.
‘God Save Our Farmers’
Regards Rod Culleton,
Senator in Exile
The first of many, Shane Elliot CEO of the ANZ Bank is to appear on the 18th February 2019 at 2:15pm to enter a plea on a number of criminal private prosecutions which were filed on the 21st December 2018.
The new year should bring restitution for those wronged by the banks and their agents, which include farmers who were already doing it tough through drought without banks having to act like a cartel.