Whistleblower solicitor threatened by Victorian Government over Covid class action
Covid crusader Serene Teffaha is seeking whistleblower protection from the Federal Government and Victorian Ombudsman from interference by State Government regulators threatening to shut her down and steal funds from her trust account to cover costs after she filed in the Supreme Court on March 19, a substantial class action against the Victorian government seeking damages for Covid lockdowns, forced testing, forced vaccination, forced detention, forced masking and forced restrictive behaviors.
One of several class actions has 5000 participants challenging the responses to the pandemic and she is on the verge of filing a national class action attested by the knee jerk reaction from Deep State politicians who want to shut her down with government interference bordering on criminal behavior.
Cairns News has thrown its support behind this gutsy solicitor who in 2012 took on the ‘old boys club’ of the Australian Taxation Department when she blew the whistle on corruption within its higher ranks.
Her firm Advocate Me provides a commendable community service often acting on a pro bono basis and it is of note she is acting for two gutsy NSW police officers who blew the whistle on highly questionable Covid responses and suppression of readily available and cheap remedies by the NSW Government last year.
She said she has another class action ready to file against the Family Court due to the way in which it deals with family violence and is specifically targeting the corruption and maladministration by Family Court judges who have brutalised thousands and thousands of people.
We applaud her gutsy, long overdue actions which would be sending shivers up the spines of her colleagues in the legal profession and courts Australia wide. Is it any wonder the corrupt court registries wielding unlawful power in concert with judges and their wink and nod outcomes would be terrified of her offensive. Hopefully she can find enough honest judges and demand a jury as insurance.
Posted on March 31, 2021, in ALP, AMA, Commonwealth Constitution of Australia, Courts, Covid Cops, Covid vaccines, Covid-19, General and tagged AFP, family court, NSW Police, Qld Deputy Chief Magistrate, serene taffaha. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.