Saturday, August 14, 2010

Welcome to FOKQANTAS

Below, links to the background on Australian Schapelle Corby, and her "Experience" of flying with Australia's National Airline, QANTAS - the carrier that "Lost" every frame of CCTV (from three airports), that could have cleared an innocent tourist (and saved her from a 20 year stretch in a Bali hell hole), and (very possibly), put the corporation's baggage handlers in the dock for corruption. These workers were later sacked for their alleged links to a massive drug smuggling ring, but (inexplicably), never charged. Did QANTAS shrink from airing its dirty linen in public? For your own safety, read on:

Note about the Facebook groups, there are many more formal questions about Schapelle and QANTAS, still to be served on the airline, plus Freedom of Information requests (to the Australian Federal Police), re the "Lost" airport CCTV, and the police investigation (or lack of one), into the sacked QANTAS workers. By joining those groups, you can get regular updates.

News Quote - "The Australian Federal Police have in the past failed to properly investigate allegations of drug trafficking at airports because serving police officers have been involved in the practice, a former senior AFP detective claims. Ray Cooper, former head of operations for the AFP's internal investigations, told the Nine Network it was well known by the AFP that unwitting passengers were being used as `mules' to shift drugs between Australian domestic airports." - Sydney Morning Herald News article HERE.