Dodgy WA Judge’s attack against Senator Culleton will be remedied
Dec 23, 2016
Western Australian Independent Senator, Rodney Culleton has clarified today’s court orders in light of another misinformed attack from Pauline Hanson.
“I have successfully been awarded a stay against the court order for 21 days, therefore my staff and I will continue to serve the people of Western Australia in my continued capacity as a Senator,” Senator Culleton said.
“This has been confirmed with two senior legal opinions. I will address the alleged primary judgement which the unforeseen High Court referral has diverted my attention from.”
“I will allege that at today’s court appearance, Federal Court Judge Barker ignored all the affidavits of service and again failed to allow me due process, instead pushing through without referral to these important statements of fact.”
Judge Barker’s claim today that his court on Monday was conducted in a very orderly manner flies in the face of his contradictory comments on Monday, in which he referred to his court as ‘a circus’.
“This has been a major miscarriage of justice,” Senator Culleton said.
“This, and other cases I’ve been involved in (Greg Kenney) goes to show how the courts and judges need a major overhaul and more accountability.”
“To paraphrase Judge Barker’s own retort, ‘No one is above the law’…and that includes the judiciary, who must also operate within the boundaries of procedural fairness and due process. They are not exempt.”
Senator’s lawyers stated on affidavit, “I have received substantial payment into my Trust Account on behalf of Mr Culleton which I am instructed can be used to pay his creditors”.
“Judge Barker however, ignored that statement and allegedly his responsibilities in this instance, he didn’t even ask for the value of my assets,” Senator Culleton said
“How can he claim such an order, without accepting all admissions of fact?”
“Dick Lester has never wanted to settle in currency, he wants the intellectual property from my invention. This was confirmed yesterday by his lawyers,” Senator Culleton stated.
“When judges continuously appear to fail in their duty of care to families and individuals, it vindicates the calls for more accountability through a system of election or appointment for a set period, subject to performance and ability.”
“Judge Barker chose to refuse my right to a jury, my right to be heard without the orchestrated obstruction of two apparent associates or advisors for the plaintiff, in Monday’s hearing and refused to allow me to read my evidence, after allowing the court to proceed in my absence.”
“Judge Barker told me that he was ‘not interested’ in the contents of the two VRO’s produced, an indictment on the claims of government, the courts and law enforcement authorities that a V RO actually protects the victims of violent behaviour.”
“The tragic loss of life in another WA courtroom the following day, is testament to the error in trivialising these court ordered restraining orders.”
Posted on December 24, 2016, in Federal Politics, Judges, Law Courts, Pauline Hanson, Politicians, senate and tagged Bankruptcy, Federal Court, Michael Barker, Rodney Culleton, WA Courts. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.