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« 2015-Jul-16, 05:53 PM Reply #175 »
Im on your side jfc meant something  that ud be interested in!

I know how corrupt certain parties are first hand

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« 2015-Jul-16, 08:12 PM Reply #176 »

We have 3 regulars in the Fletcher camp.


I presume you don't include me as 1 of those 3?


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« 2015-Jul-16, 09:25 PM Reply #177 »
Im on your side jfc meant something  that ud be interested in!

I know how corrupt certain parties are first hand
If anyone ever tells me "I'm on your side" I take it to mean I am about to be robbed.

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« 2015-Jul-21, 03:53 PM Reply #178 »
jfc,

I would imagine that the flethcer tips are backer at longer prices before the tips are given than the SOP kicks in and they all get laid off when they shorten for certain money.

Tried and true as long as the supply of suckers does not run out.

Fours
I'll pay that.

But there are other angles that might be in play.

The principle was illustrated recently in The Kentuckian, where the riverboat Roulette operators rigged the wheel in favour of Burt Lancaster for small fry in anticipation of a big killing once Burt started betting up big.

Imagine a tipping service with wide patronage where the day is off to a good start.

Then there is plenty to be made by then tipping a dud to the pijuns. While the perps don't forget to Lay its cloaca off.

Wouldn't surprise if the Media (obviously in on it) egg things along by promoting a sensational plunge.


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« 2015-Aug-16, 08:55 PM Reply #179 »
It doesn't appear that the QCAT decision upholding fletcher's appeal has been posted ...although we all know the result...for the sake of completeness here it is.

http://archive.sclqld.org.au/qjudgment/2011/QCAT11-422.pdf
Fletcher V RQL appeal.

In Victoria the VCAT tribunal reversed a decision of the RAD board disqualifying another professional punter Neville Clements for refusing to hand over his telephone to assist the stewards in their inquiry.....the decision was a finding that Clements was not bound by the Rules of Racing.  :o

http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/cases/vic/VCAT/2010/1144.html?stem=0&synonyms=0&query=neville%20and%20clements


Giddy Up.  :beer:

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« 2015-Dec-12, 04:05 AM Reply #180 »
Attorney-General pursuing Fletcher with blistering speed .



Fairfax Media understands the logical choice, of passing the information on to the NSW police, was considered inappropriate because Cunneen had professional associations and friendships with many of the police top brass due to her role prosecuting some of the state's most serious offenders.

Separately, the ACC may have considered Cunneen's long-running friendship with Steve Fletcher, one of the nation's biggest gamblers and a person with underworld connections. For more than five years, Fletcher has employed Cunneen's son Stephen.
Six months before the fateful car accident, Fletcher had been the subject of an unrelated Police Integrity Commission inquiry into his use of the identities of many NSW police officers to open hundreds of betting accounts to disguise his betting activities after he was banned from many internet betting agencies.

It was Cunneen who introduced Fletcher to one of the detectives embroiled in the PIC inquiry, homicide detective Tony "Soup" Williams. No allegations were made about Cunneen at the inquiry.
Williams, who has since left the force and is waiting to hear if he will face criminal charges, met Fletcher during Cunneen's prosecution in the Lyndsay van Blanken​ murder trial.

Fletcher, who was alleged in the PIC inquiry to have received inside information on a wide range of sports from greyhounds to the tennis, is also waiting to hear whether he will face criminal charges.

Because of his previous friendship with Cunneen, the decision on whether to criminally charge Fletcher for fraud offences over his "police" betting accounts was removed from the DPP and sent instead to the Crown Solicitor's office.

This week the Attorney-General's office said that a "senior counsel and a junior counsel" had been briefed to advise "on the sufficiency of the evidence and the prospects of a possible prosecution".

http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/car-crash-and-fake-boobs-make-margaret-cunneens-battle-with-icac-great-fodder-for-sydney-shock-jocks-20151209-glj8zt?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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« 2015-Dec-12, 10:41 PM Reply #181 »
Fletcher might have used all his luck when QCAT overturned his sentence ......although with legal opinions you never know which side has the best argument until it goes before the court. :whistle:

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« 2016-Jan-22, 01:08 PM Reply #183 »
The moment I heard about Lleyton's name published in the Buzzfeed 16, I had immediate thoughts, which I decided to were prudent to keep to myself.

However that subject has now been raised in the media, so enjoy.

Charming.

Exhibits tendered during NSW Police Integrity Commission hearings in 2013 into Mr Fletcher and released to Fairfax Media reveal claims that in 2004 he won $2.5 million in an hour using information about fixed matches that he received from a professional player.
The same year, Mr Fletcher sat in Lleyton Hewitt's players' box at Wimbledon during his third-round match against Goran Ivanisevic, according to emails from 2012 sent by a former NSW homicide squad detective and presented during the commission hearings.
According to the email, Mr Fletcher "had a mint" on Ivanisevic, and was cheering him from Hewitt's box, causing the then-top 10 Australian player to cut ties with Mr Fletcher.



http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/match-fixing-police-quiz-australian-players-and-coaches-20160118-gm8c24.html

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« 2016-Jan-22, 02:18 PM Reply #184 »
The moment I heard about Lleyton's name published in the Buzzfeed 16, I had immediate thoughts, which I decided to were prudent to keep to myself.

However that subject has now been raised in the media, so enjoy.

Charming.

Exhibits tendered during NSW Police Integrity Commission hearings in 2013 into Mr Fletcher and released to Fairfax Media reveal claims that in 2004 he won $2.5 million in an hour using information about fixed matches that he received from a professional player.
The same year, Mr Fletcher sat in Lleyton Hewitt's players' box at Wimbledon during his third-round match against Goran Ivanisevic, according to emails from 2012 sent by a former NSW homicide squad detective and presented during the commission hearings.
According to the email, Mr Fletcher "had a mint" on Ivanisevic, and was cheering him from Hewitt's box, causing the then-top 10 Australian player to cut ties with Mr Fletcher.



http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/match-fixing-police-quiz-australian-players-and-coaches-20160118-gm8c24.html


http://www.sportdw.com/2016/01/tennis-fixing-buzzfeed-hewitt-innocent.html

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« 2016-Jan-22, 04:41 PM Reply #185 »
http://www.sportdw.com/2016/01/tennis-fixing-buzzfeed-hewitt-innocent.html
Rather than simply posting a link that I'd already referred to, how about edifying us with your pertinent input?

Now bear in mind Hayson's coup when Johns had an expensive neck problem.

And that Lleyton seems to be just one more of Fletcher's BFFs.

Do we know whether anyone in Lleyton's camp was clueing Fletcher in on when Lleyton would not be right for some matches?

Do we know how Fletcher bet in those games?

Is that illegal? Who knows?

We don't even know what's holding up these charges against Fletcher being processed.



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« 2016-Feb-05, 12:25 PM Reply #186 »
The Fletcher Factor.

If Cunneen attacks an opponent by mocking his dyed hair, then her side may get bad hair days back in Spades.

Nice to see Graham McNeice enter the picture. As well a mystery flatmate.



http://www.afr.com/news/politics/national/head-20160203-gmkhds

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« 2016-Oct-25, 07:43 PM Reply #187 »
Andrew Sigalla, currently making news headlines for fraud charges, was conspicuous at Randwick earlier this millenium.

Sigalla and Fletcher were paired in an Queensland Racing Inquiry about Bookmaker price manipulation.

Sigalla was also once boss of an ASX-listed Internet Bookmaking outfit, Betcorp that later ran into trouble from ASIC following some involvement with a Vegas mobster.

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/stolen-6m-allegedly-went-on-luxuries-and-waterhouse-debts/story-fndo317g-1226644840346

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/racing/pdf/qld-thoroughbred-racing-inquiry-report-2005.pdf
Mark Bouris (our very own Donald Trump) replaced Sigalla as TZ boss.

On ABC just watching a disgruntled major investor slamming Bouris' Yellow Brick Road performance.

I'm rolling my own investments, thank you very much.

http://www.smh.com.au/business/cbd/mark-bouris-will-be-in-the-firing-line-at-tz-annual-meeting-as-he-seeks-reelection-20161017-gs3tip.html

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« 2017-Nov-05, 02:42 PM Reply #188 »
Wheels of justice moving as slowly as an injured Mosheen,

78 counts of fraud.

Will be very interesting to see how they'll figure out the prosecution, normally handled by Ms Cuneen and detectives associated with the alleged fraud.



http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/expolice-officers-and-bigtime-punter-steve-fletcher-charged-over-gambling-20171102-gzdlqm.html

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« 2017-Nov-09, 10:45 AM Reply #189 »
This seems to be a big story, yet no other media outlet (bar Chinese) seems to have picked up on it.

The same media that promotes Fletcher at every opportunity!

Nothing on other forums that I've found.

This dated article is interesting in that it lists some of the PIC charges.

One charge against detectives  is-

Having a declarable association with Fletcher which was not declared.


Wonder why Ms Cunneen is not subject to the same rule?

http://justinian.com.au/archive/pic-picks-on-punters.html

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« 2017-Nov-09, 11:15 PM Reply #190 »
How old is that photo? Pinched from Kangaroo Court of Australia web site?

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« 2017-Nov-10, 04:49 AM Reply #191 »
Stop wasting everyone's time with desperate banalities.

That photo was taken at a Sydney law ball and on google well before the stories broke. Published later by the SMH. There are others in a similar vein.

Miranda Devine has described Ms Cunneen as a devout Catholic but failed to provide any photographic corroboration. Perhaps out of deference to Pope Francis' attack on mobile snaps in churches?

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« 2017-Nov-10, 08:51 PM Reply #192 »
So are the fraud charges against Fletcher simply because he used bowlers?

That's a common practice among professional punters, isn't it?

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« 2017-Nov-11, 04:39 PM Reply #193 »
Pausing momentarily from the tiresome questions, it's notable that when the first Fletcher Cunneen episode hit the media, AntiTAB dismissed the author Kate McClymont as a numnut.

Last night she was inducted into the media hall of fame!

Not much about it yet as I presume all the media too tired and emotional.

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« 2017-Nov-11, 05:36 PM Reply #194 »
Pausing momentarily from the tiresome questions, it's notable that when the first Fletcher Cunneen episode hit the media, AntiTAB dismissed the author Kate McClymont as a numnut.

Last night she was inducted into the media hall of fame!

Not much about it yet as I presume all the media too tired and emotional.

The media have a Hall Of Fame  :what:

There should be a "Hall Of Infamy" - I'd put Phil Rothfield in as an inaugural inductee. They could get Eddie Hayson to present the award.

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« 2017-Nov-11, 06:47 PM Reply #195 »
The media have a Hall Of Fame  :what:

There should be a "Hall Of Infamy" - I'd put Phil Rothfield in as an inaugural inductee. They could get Eddie Hayson to present the award.

now now

Phil was cleared , by by by     :shrug:

the daily terrograph           :bulb:

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« 2017-Nov-11, 08:07 PM Reply #196 »
Pausing momentarily from the tiresome questions, it's notable that when the first Fletcher Cunneen episode hit the media, AntiTAB dismissed the author Kate McClymont as a numnut.

Last night she was inducted into the media hall of fame!

Not much about it yet as I presume all the media too tired and emotional.

Apologies for asking a question, but the rest of us have put up with many tiresome things on the forum as well.

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« 2017-Nov-14, 06:32 PM Reply #197 »
How Rothfield held his job at the Daily Tele is astounding .... money from Hayson jumping into his account for no apparent reason was acceptable.
Credibility is zilch...
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« 2017-Nov-14, 07:20 PM Reply #198 »
How Rothfield held his job at the Daily Tele is astounding .... money from Hayson jumping into his account for no apparent reason was acceptable.
Credibility is zilch...

It is how the world goes around mate.

I have put forward the question did the ATO follow up on if he declared the Hayson money as income?

ATO have integrity problems of their own so wouldn't expect any action over Rothfield.

Drug ring’s $150k cash drop’ at Australian Tax Office

http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/drug-rings-150k-cash-drop-at-australian-tax-office-20171020-gz50zf.html

ATO fraud scandal: just how big is the public service's nepotism problem?

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/national/public-service/ato-fraud-scandal-just-how-big-is-the-public-services-nepotism-problem-20170630-gx1uaq.html

X Factor singer Sophia Constantopedos linked to ATO tax scandal

The X Factor star, 27, accused of laundering $250000 stolen from

Society in Australia has become a joke.

They (politicians) are more intent on perusing other politicians who were born here but their parents born overseas, or same sex marriage votes, than they are on getting people to pay their taxes, especially those in the privileged classes like themselves.

No wonder the middle classes are being pushed down the ladder.

If the notorious Ponzi scam artist Bernie Madoff was an Australian Citizen, not only would he get off with a slap on the wrist (after paying off the media, and other trickle down criminals), but he'd probably find himself as a celebrity chef or something like that.

And let's be brutally honest here. The perception of Rothfield receiving money from Hayson is the perception of a crook paying off a journalist for favourable press or whatever.

And the fact he got off scot free adds to the perception that there is a problem with the current application of the law in this country.



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« 2017-Nov-15, 05:39 AM Reply #199 »

.................. I am still at a loss to understand what 'Fletcher' did wrong


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