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Australia day fracas slipped onto the too-hard basket

By 31 May 2012 13

ACT Policing has finalised its investigation into the alleged public order offences by protestors which took place at The Lobby restaurant on Australia Day, January 26.

No prosecutions will be pursued in relation to this matter.

The investigation into the Australia Day public order incidents was separate to an AFP investigation of alleged disclosure of event details, which has previously been finalised.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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13 Responses to Australia day fracas slipped onto the too-hard basket
#1
pptvb6:56 am, 01 Jun 12

What a joke.

#2
Dilandach7:25 am, 01 Jun 12

Which will only continue to encourage a group to escalate their (and to use an apologists language) ‘non-peaceful protest’ actions.

#3
HenryBG7:48 am, 01 Jun 12

Pathetic.

And the unions didn’t even sack Kim Sattler. And they wonder why memberships are falling and everybody holds them in contempt.

#4
Mysteryman8:44 am, 01 Jun 12

The too hard basket, or the “people will say we are racist if we do anything about it” basket?

#5
VYBerlinaV8_is_back9:18 am, 01 Jun 12

HenryBG said :

Pathetic.

And the unions didn’t even sack Kim Sattler. And they wonder why memberships are falling and everybody holds them in contempt.

+1. Screw the unions, they’re a waste of space.

#6
Diggety9:23 am, 01 Jun 12

Anyone hear that splash??

It was just another heavy load of lack of responsibility spilling down another generation.

#7
dungfungus9:26 am, 01 Jun 12

HenryBG said :

Pathetic.

And the unions didn’t even sack Kim Sattler. And they wonder why memberships are falling and everybody holds them in contempt.

Permission to agree with you again Henry?

#8
p19:36 am, 01 Jun 12

Makes you wonder why people bother with security cameras, when heaps of footage from half a dozen broadcast quality cameras isn’t enough for one single charge to be laid.

#9
Overheard9:46 am, 01 Jun 12

HenryBG said :

Pathetic.

And the unions didn’t even sack Kim Sattler. And they wonder why memberships are falling and everybody holds them in contempt.

Everybody?

#10
chewy1410:52 am, 01 Jun 12

Ha I knew it.

This just proves that everyone involved was innocent and the whole event never really happened.

#11
HenryBG11:14 am, 01 Jun 12

Overheard said :

HenryBG said :

Pathetic.

And the unions didn’t even sack Kim Sattler. And they wonder why memberships are falling and everybody holds them in contempt.

Everybody?

I know few people who belong to unions (18% of the workforce, isn’t it?) and only one of those who thinks they’re great.
He buys the Daily Telegraph, thinks global warming is a hoax and thinks Tony Abbott is a champion. As far as I’m concerned that guy being a member is an act of contempt for Trade Unionism in and of itself.

#12
neanderthalsis11:19 am, 01 Jun 12

Overheard said :

HenryBG said :

Pathetic.

And the unions didn’t even sack Kim Sattler. And they wonder why memberships are falling and everybody holds them in contempt.

Everybody?

Given that union membership has halved (as a percentage of employed Australians) since 1992, it would seem that many people see them as irrelevant. We now have only 13% of the private sector workforce unionised but the union movement still controls the policy formulation of the ALP.

#13
Roundhead891:22 pm, 01 Jun 12

The privileged race again escapes punishment for their vile behaviour and is allowed to run wild, this time putting the lives of our most senior leaders at risk. And these are the same people who think we will vote yes in a referendum to give them more rights than everybody else in the Constitution. What a bunch of losers.

It reminds me of how the union thugs who smashed down the doors of Parliament House and looted the souvenir shop on Budget day 1996 got off scot-free.

It certainly pays to be a radical leftist feral thug.

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