The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions undertakes criminal prosecutions that are in the “Public Interest” once a “Brief of Evidence” has been presented to the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions.
Institution of proceedings in respect of offences
Unless the contrary intention appears in the Act or regulation creating the offence, any person may:
(a) institute proceedings for the commitment for trial of any person in respect of any indictable offence against the law of the Commonwealth; or
(b) institute proceedings for the summary conviction of any person in respect of any offence against the law of the Commonwealth punishable on summary conviction.
An Indictable Offence
Australian Guardians is currently preparing Briefs of Evidence against Officers of Trustees who have contravened subsection 1017(2) and/or 1017(5) of the Corporations Act 2001.
These Officers include Member-elected Directors of Trustees who are supposed to be protecting the interests of the Members who elected them, but who are instead engaged in criminal conduct to prevent their fellow Members gaining access to their own Trust Documents.
This is what Harry Markopolos stated before the United States Congress’ House Financial Services Committee investigating the Madoff Fraud:
“Government has coddled, accepted, and ignored white-collar crime for too long,” he testified. “It is time the nation woke up and realized that it’s not the armed robbers or drug dealers who cause the most economic harm, it’s the white collar criminals living in the most expensive homes who have the most impressive resumes who harm us the most. They steal our pensions, bankrupt our companies, and destroy thousands of jobs, ruining countless lives.
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