NSW police whistleblowers on board with national COVID class action
By EDITOR, Cairns News
MELBOURNE layer Serene Teffaha has taken NSW police COVID whistleblowers on board with her national class action over human rights abuses under the COVID-19 government responses, particularly Victoria’s Dan Andrews Labor government.
Serene’s Advocate Me Lawyers firm in Melbourne is representing Senior Constable Alexander Cooney and Senior Constable Kevin Dawson, who recently blew the whistle on police being forced to violate human rights as part of COVID regulations enforcement. The police also published a lengthy article debunking the many myths around the COVID-19 narrative being used by governments.
“The aim is to get traction with the NSW Police Commissioner and soon other commissioners across the states and territories as more brave whistleblowers come forward,” Teffaha told Cairns News.
“As a Victorian, I thought that the first officers that will come forward are from Victoria but the reality is that I have NSW officers to be more outspoken and fearless. I can’t even tell you how nervous I am for them and what is to come.
“But I believe this to be a chain reaction. We have many more officers who have come forward and I am working on helping them find their voice. We need to work with our boys and girls in the army and police.
“They are the hands of those that wish to destroy our freedoms. They need to understand how they are being used. Please get behind #copsforcovidtruth and sign up to learn about all the other actions we are taking and the other whistleblowers from the medical industry we are representing.
“It is a lot of work and I am a bit overwhelmed but your support and sign up will create a big difference and keep you in the loop. To all the people who are supporting – thank you. And to all those who want to create doubt and target others, I wish you healing and awakening.”
Serene Teffaha’s website is http://www.advocateme.com.au where all of the AdvocateMe projects are. “We will not stop!” said Serene.