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Peter Sutcliffe
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Just to continue the saga. I replied back to the senior solicitor and asked for her authorisation to make a judgement.

Secondly, I asked for all of the evidence leading to that decision.

I asked for the details of the officers concerned in the event that we wish to take action against them (for restricting our travel).

I also asked for a time extension as I was involving my local member and the Minister for their portfolio.

Sent it via registered post. Also emailed all correspondence so far to my local member (State Attorney general) and the minister concerned for the Department of Environment, Land, Water, Seagulls and Park benches or whatever they are, Minister Lily D’Ambrosio.

Automated reply from the local member, and nothing, not even an acknowledgement from the other minister.

Not a word about the situation from anyone, but I did get put onto the local members email list expounding the virtues of Denial Andrews gubberment in fixing Tha Rona. I wrote back asking to be taken off because they had ignored my request for assistance.

Got an email Monday 23/11 referring to a letter they ‘sent’ on Nov 4 which remarkably never arrived suggesting I might want to take it to court. Even lying in correspondence now. They said they had attached a copy of said letter for my reference presumably because they knew I had never seen it and they omitted to attach it. Possibly never existed.

Today I get a letter from fines victoria adding handling fees to it. Bastards.

Now I need to contact the Managing Principal Solicitor, and of course, I’ll copy the minister and the Attorney General

I highly suspect that they wont back down as any other similar infringements might be questioned, and if being made to obey the legislation, they would need many years to sign every area of the bush.