wedgetail jail and fine

To: "Ross Macfarlane (TPG)" <>
Subject: wedgetail jail and fine
From: Chris Charles <>
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2018 20:25:08 +1000
I couldn’t find the LIKE button.
Thanks for the considered & measured input.
The time for outrage will be when no action is taken against the employer & 
Regards, Chris

Chris Charles

Licole Monopods <>

> On 25 Sep 2018, at 6:41 pm, Ross Macfarlane (TPG) <> wrote:
> Sometimes it's worth reading the article.
> ppsland-jailed/10298426
> "Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) prosecutor
> Chrisanthi Paganis told the Sale Magistrates' Court that Silvester alerted
> authorities to the deaths in May 2018, one month after he stopped working at
> the farm due to an argument with his boss, landowner John Auer.
> Silvester provided investigators with two diaries detailing the methods used
> and a hand-drawn map showing where the eagle carcasses were hidden and where
> the chemicals were stored.
> Silvester also named others involved.
> The prosecutor told the court other people were being investigated over the
> killings but had not been charged."
> In other words, the person who's been convicted actually reported this
> matter to the authorities. Had he not done so it may never have come to
> light.
> Re deportation: as a country we could do with being rather less reflexively
> punitive about shipping people off-shore at the first available opportunity,
> if I may say so.
> Ross Macfarlane

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