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« 2018-Oct-17, 01:49 PM Reply #225 »




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« 2018-Dec-18, 09:17 AM Reply #226 »
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« 2018-Dec-19, 09:39 AM Reply #227 »
I understand Fletcher's trial is set down for hearing on 30th September 2019 in the District Court ....it's been a long time coming since he was charged to get to the hearing.

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« 2019-Mar-20, 04:31 PM Reply #228 »
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« 2019-Mar-21, 08:43 AM Reply #230 »
The question of Fletcher's status as an unlicensed person is thought relevant to whether the stewards have the power to demand his phone......based on the VCAT case in Victoria on Neville Clements.........I discovered a case in NSW harness racing where an unlicensed person was disqualified for 12 months by the stewards which he did not contest but later appealed to the Tribunal on the severity of the penalty which the learned member granted him a reprieve.
The details are posted under the Harness section .....NSW Racing Appeals Tribunal .

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« 2019-Mar-21, 09:21 AM Reply #231 »
Interesting on a number of levels.

I presume that Fletcher still handles Commissions and remember there was once talk of licensing them, but as usual such initiatives fell through.

Perhaps there could a rule allowing Stewards access to phone record access to anyone reasonably suspected of being a Commission Agent?

Alternatively the phone records of Premium Punters (who already have to go through the rigmarole of contracts).

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« 2019-Mar-21, 04:05 PM Reply #232 »

A few of us should attend the court hearing

I still do not understand the charged offence -- bar arrange for a few bowlers to beat bookies that outlaw winners.

Other things should be met with other charges.

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« 2019-Mar-21, 04:11 PM Reply #233 »
A few of us should attend the court hearing

I still do not understand the charged offence -- bar arrange for a few bowlers to beat bookies that outlaw winners.

Other things should be met with other charges.

His injunction application was listed for Wednesday so you're a day late for that but you and anyone else interested who resides in Sin City should keep your diary free for the trial which from memory is set down for 30th September ...it's possible this could be changed so be alert.

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« 2019-Mar-21, 04:57 PM Reply #234 »


Monday September 30th

........... at the Downing Center?

Preliminaries out of the way, these cases can be instructive about what goes on which the stewards never let on.

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« 2019-Mar-21, 06:18 PM Reply #235 »
A few of us should attend the court hearing

I still do not understand the charged offence -- bar arrange for a few bowlers to beat bookies that outlaw winners.

Other things should be met with other charges.
There is something very seriously wrong with you.

Maybe you didn't bother reading the latest material?

The investigation is on 3 fronts.

If it turns out it finds these are true, then that is fraud.

The victims are
- Tabcorp shareholders including me
- Any punter who was unable to back contingencies where the odds were crushed.



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