What the hell has been happening?


What have I missed people? Well let me start from today and work backwards.

  • A Magistrate Jelena Popovic in Victoria who announced she was an avid fan of the accused before giving a nice soft “No Conviction recorded” against Renee Geyer, who stacked her car causing great damage twice in several months, blaming “medications”… An appointed Vic Roads examiner produced CD’s for her to sign at her driving assessment after the accidents… WTF…Geyer even announced she wanted all to come to her next concert outside court…
  • A Guilty Verdict in the case against Former NSW crime fighter Mark Standen, one of the bosses of the nation crime authority, in that he attempted to import millions of dollars of pre cursers to meth drugs.
  • The Madeleine Pulver bomb hoax case A bizarre hoax bomb ransom that on a lot of levels appears to be played out by someone close to the victim
  • The final curtain call on the matriarch of a crime dynasty here in Melbourne, with the old style gangsters mole , Judy Moran, being sentences to a min of 21 years in her part in the execution of her brother-in-law, all for the greedy purpose of thinking she deserved more than she be given in over 30 years of free rides….
  • And this is just the last few days…But seriously folks I needed a big break with several family issues and health reasons at play. I have missed the place and feel bad in that It sees I may have ignored people who have written to me for help. I promise I will get to each and every one of you over the next week or so.
  • Oh yeah, the government having being exposed in trying to bury billions of dollars of wasted money in Aboriginal Affairs
  • The Carbon “Whatever it’s called this week” debacle
  • The asylum seeker mayhem, with high court hearings. The deal of the century was we give Malaysia 800 of our asylum seekers and we take 4000 of theirs. Now I left school at an early age, and if the paid me some of the  millions they spend on experts and advisors, I could have told them in 2 minutes, Fella’s, this is not a very good deal for us…. ( Not to mention they treat the asylum seekers like mongrel dogs n Malaysia)

I have so much to catch on and hope you all hang in there and we get the place up and current…

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CK Foodstore – Would you shop at this filthy Store


Would you buy food from your local store if you knew this is how it looks out the back? Well this grubby mouldy insect ridden supermarket at Bentleigh in Victoria has just been fined $70,000 after being bust 3 times in the last few years for filthy practices. Thank you Glen Eira Council for exposing these filthy greedy bastards who are too stingy or greedy to pay for proper cleaning training etc. Whatever it takes. The store is called CK Foodstore in Centre Road Bentleigh and the owner Guo Jing Chen, is in further strife for using a car park to load and unload his food and products on the actual car-park surface! He should be cleaning up or out of business, the Old 3 strikes your out! Needs to be more Name and Shame I say!

There is a reason why here in Australia we do not trade meat and fish and vegetables directly on the market floor. Eat well tonight readers!

THE serial-offending owner of a Bentleigh supermarket infested with dead flies, dirt and mould has been fined for a string of food safety breaches.

Council inspectors raided the C&K Food Store in Bentleigh three times, before laying a string of charges of breaching food safety standards that led to a $70,000 fine.

C&K Group Pty Ltd – trading as CK Foodstore – and proprietor Guo Jing Chen were this week found guilty over the filthy state of the Centre Rd business. The sickening list of food safety failures included:

- Meat, dirt and other matter on the floor of a meat preparation area;
– Live and dead flies on a hand wash basin and benches used to prepare food;
– Insect zappers overflowing with dead flies and other insects;
– Mould on a seafood preparation area wall;
– Rotten, mouldy and unsanitary food items on a cool room floor; and
– A hand wash basin that didn’t work.

It was not the first time Mr Chen and C&K Group have fronted court for poor food practices either

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In November 2009 both were placed on a 12-month good behaviour bond without conviction for similar offences and C & K Group fined $10,000.

Mr Chen, 51, of Bentleigh, said food inspectors were always looking for “the worst part” of his business and claimed he had been trying to work with the council.

“They are really not helping my business,” he said.

Mr Chen said getting reliable staff had been a problem as a small business owner but he was now focused on improving training.

“I am doing the right thing by everyone,” he said.

“And people who come to the stall – they are happy.”

Glen Eira Council director community services Peter Jones said inspectors routinely inspected all local food outlets.

All 795 registered in the municipality are inspected at least once a year.

“Council will apply sanctions to those businesses that fail to respond to councils directions concerning matters of food safety,” Mr Jones said.

“Councils strong monitoring and surveillance of local food premises ensures the public is protected against unhygienic practices and unsafe food.”

C&K Group Pty Ltd and Mr Chen were found guilty in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court of 22 charges for failing to comply with the Food Act.

The court imposed fines of $67,500 plus $9000 in council costs.

Man arrested fudging 67,541fines


UPDATE 5.45pm: The security of Victoria’s traffic infringement record system has been breached with the records of almost 70,000 infringements notices allegedly tampered with by a former employee of the company contracted to manage the data.

We know they snap us, but what is going on?

Detectives from Vicpol’s high-tech E-Crime squad yesterday arrested a 36-year-old Craigieburn man after unauthorised changes were made to the date, time and speed of internal records of 67,541 infringement notices.

Police said the changes were made after the infringements notices were issued and no motorists received the incorrect information

“The data changes have had no impact on any infringement issued in relation to the speed or red light camera system. No infringements have been issued to motorists with incorrect data and there is no ongoing impact to any infringements to be issued,” a police statement said.

The data changes were allegedly made over a three week period between February and March this year by an employee of the company contracted by Vicpol to handle infringement notice data.

All original data remains within systems and the modifications to data were picked up by internal systems and staff alerted police who began an immediate investigation.

The Craigieburn man who is no longer with the company has been released pending further investigation.

The investigation is continuing and he may face charges of unauthorised modification of data under the Crimes Act.

Police Minister Peter Ryan late today stressed the notices were all accurate by the time they were issued.

“I am advised that the infringement notices in question were accurate at the time they were issued.

“Any changes allegedly made by this individual occurred after the infringement notices were issued and were subsequently corrected to reflect the original offence.

“There is an internal review system currently in place for those wishing to appeal infringement notices.”

Another way to suck you in, check these out…

On paid time, certainly NOT catching speeding drivers

A Bit of solar power? for what, catching drivers, sneaky bastards

Here is a speed camera hidden amongst one of those traffic counter units...Just another way to suck you in!

Killer driver’s $120,000 compo fury


Alan Philip Brown

A DRIVER jailed for killing two people in separate accidents has been awarded $120,000 compensation.

Alan Philip Brown was dubbed Victoria’s worst driver after he killed passenger Margaret Loveday in 2001, the second time he had killed while driving drunk.

Another woman, Carol Jancic, was injured in the smash, and forced to spend months in intensive care and then rehabilitation.

Serial offender Brown claims to have injured his shoulder and suffered psychological damage when a garden shed roller door closed on him in Loddon Prison in April 2007.

The County Court has since ordered the 44-year-old be paid $120,000 in compensation after he successfully sued the State of Victoria for negligence.

The payout is believed to be one of the largest settlements for injury made to a prisoner.

People Against Lenient Sentencing spokesman Steve Medcraft said the payout was a disgrace.

“I’m staggered. There’s people out there with legitimate claims who are victims of crime who get knocked back. Here’s a bloke who’s had multiple chances, who gets to spend his time pursuing the state,” Mr Medcraft said.

“There’s something not right when a bloke like this can get compensation, but victims of crime get the short end of the stick.”

Brown has had more than 100 convictions, including being caught with blood alcohol readings of .110, .165, .2, .193, .130 and .1.

Brown, who has never held a licence and who was described in court as a loner who had fathered eight children by four different women, killed his cousin in 1989 while driving at almost four times the legal limit.

For that offence, he was sentenced to a minimum of two years and three months, despite a shocking criminal and driving record.

Brown was finally jailed for 14 years, with a minimum of 10 years, in 2002 for the death of Ms Loveday, the heaviest sentence ever handed down for driving offences in Victoria. He had a blood-alcohol reading of .171 at the time.

Road safety campaigner Penny Martin, whose son Josh, 19, was killed by a drink-driver in 2001, was outraged by his sentence.

“Here’s a guy who’s got no regards for road safety, who’s repeatedly broken the law and killed two people,” she said. “If he shouldn’t get the maximum sentence, then who should?”

Killer driver's $120,000 compo fury


Alan Philip Brown

A DRIVER jailed for killing two people in separate accidents has been awarded $120,000 compensation.

Alan Philip Brown was dubbed Victoria’s worst driver after he killed passenger Margaret Loveday in 2001, the second time he had killed while driving drunk.

Another woman, Carol Jancic, was injured in the smash, and forced to spend months in intensive care and then rehabilitation.

Serial offender Brown claims to have injured his shoulder and suffered psychological damage when a garden shed roller door closed on him in Loddon Prison in April 2007.

The County Court has since ordered the 44-year-old be paid $120,000 in compensation after he successfully sued the State of Victoria for negligence.

The payout is believed to be one of the largest settlements for injury made to a prisoner.

People Against Lenient Sentencing spokesman Steve Medcraft said the payout was a disgrace.

“I’m staggered. There’s people out there with legitimate claims who are victims of crime who get knocked back. Here’s a bloke who’s had multiple chances, who gets to spend his time pursuing the state,” Mr Medcraft said.

“There’s something not right when a bloke like this can get compensation, but victims of crime get the short end of the stick.”

Brown has had more than 100 convictions, including being caught with blood alcohol readings of .110, .165, .2, .193, .130 and .1.

Brown, who has never held a licence and who was described in court as a loner who had fathered eight children by four different women, killed his cousin in 1989 while driving at almost four times the legal limit.

For that offence, he was sentenced to a minimum of two years and three months, despite a shocking criminal and driving record.

Brown was finally jailed for 14 years, with a minimum of 10 years, in 2002 for the death of Ms Loveday, the heaviest sentence ever handed down for driving offences in Victoria. He had a blood-alcohol reading of .171 at the time.

Road safety campaigner Penny Martin, whose son Josh, 19, was killed by a drink-driver in 2001, was outraged by his sentence.

“Here’s a guy who’s got no regards for road safety, who’s repeatedly broken the law and killed two people,” she said. “If he shouldn’t get the maximum sentence, then who should?”