The man in this story, who’s’ life was destroyed for telling the truth, and expecting criminals to be charged, has more integrity than Magistrate Michael Cromptom.
I have always believed that Cromptom was being pressured into acting corruptly towards myself, but told that it was the right thing to do, so that I would not escape ‘justice’, after disproving the evidence presented against me, at all times.
However, the actions of Magistrate Cromptom on 14 September 2017, when he refused to call matters which were listed for mention, then refused to verbally acknowledge those when I bought them up to him, yet convicted me of all of them after I’d walked out of the court room, shows very clearly, that when faced with exonerating the innocent and ending all of this torture for myself, he chose to protect Magistrate Murray, corrupt court staff and corrupt local police instead.
Shame on him. His career will continue, as will those of the police who like to engage in unlawful actions, due to the cowards at Albury police station who refuse to come forward and identify their commanding officers as being corrupt. Also for refusing to point the finger at their fellow officers who break the law, and are dealing in drugs.
Yet the truth always finds it way out in the end. And your careers and conciences will all suffer in the long run, for allowing yourselves to be roped into engaging in dishonerable and illegal conduct, when you could have stopped it in its tracks.
The following article is a very interesting read, and shows just how corrupt the police, the church, and the government in this country, really are.
They destroyed Denis Ryan’s police career. Now they admit he was right all along
On the ground floor of the Victoria Police Centre is the Honour Board For Courage that lists the names of nearly 500 police who risked their lives in the line of duty.
But in policing there are two types of courage.
There is the instinctive act of physical bravery and the moral type that requires the strength of character to uphold the law when pressured to compromise.
When former policeman Denis Ryan walked in to meet present Chief Commissioner, Graham Ashton, he knew his name would never appear on the honour board, although he is a hero who was prepared to sacrifice his career on a point of principle.
He refused to buckle when his bosses wanted him to ignore a paedophile priest and then was hounded from the job in a conspiracy that many believe went all the way to the chief commissioner’s office.
Now, 44 years after he was forced to resign because he cared more for children than his professional future, he has been vindicated in the very office where his career was destroyed.
It was only a few words and a handshake but when Ashton formally apologised on behalf of the police force it was the final vindication for a man who refused to be crushed by two powerful institutions.
“Denis wouldn’t look the other way. He acted with propriety and courage and it is a testament to his character. We can’t right the wrongs of history but we can acknowledge and learn from them,” Ashton said last week.
So why was an honest cop hounded from office for trying to do his job? First we must look back to a time where the police force was poisoned by secular interests and some cops put church before duty.