Current Royal Commission into gangland convictions on tainted evidence & police corruption

sprockets

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This transcript of when Mokbel tried to broker a deal to stop the gangland war has to be read to be believed. More interesting than the main points in the article is actually imo, the last paragraph. Here sprockets they do have it on tape.

But when it comes to Mokbel's deal that he wants to take to the then Director of Public Prosecutions, Paul Coghlan, the police aren't impressed.





It's in here https://www.rcmpi.vic.gov.au/MediaLibraries/RCManagementOfPoliceInformants/transcripts/RC0483b-Transcript-of-conversation-between-Mr-Anthony-Mokbel,-Mr-Emilio-Navarolli-et-al,-13-April-2004,-tendered-10-September-2019.pdf

I haven't read it yet but I will, for context.
 

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Seriously? Can this get any smuttier or more repulsive?

Melbourne lawyer Nicola Gobbo deployed all sorts of tactics to hide her betrayal from her clients, but police have denied they encouraged her to have a sexual relationship with a drug cook.

Police handlers for the lawyer-turned-informer knew the man was romantically interested in Ms Gobbo, who was defending him on drugs charges while also setting him up over his clandestine drug labs.

A handler known as Peter Smith admitted while she was never encouraged to have a sexual relationship with the man, it was left to her and never explicitly discouraged.

“(Sources are) the ones in the position to know how to develop that relationship so the information’s forthcoming,” he told a royal commission into police use of informers on Thursday.

“She was told not to do anything relationship-wise that she wouldn’t normally do.”

Ms Gobbo, also known to police as informer 3838, referred multiple times to her relationship with the cook when speaking to handlers, according to the records of their conversations.

“3838 has considered (the cook’s) recent lack of contact, and a possibility for this is that 3838 has ‘cock teased’ him one too many times,” a handler wrote in January 2006.

Mr Smith described Ms Gobbo’s use of the phrase as “quite distasteful”.

Ms Gobbo’s lawyer Peter Collinson QC suggested it was in the interest of police for the cook to have romantic feelings towards Ms Gobbo and that it was “pretty obvious” he would be more inclined to tell her about his plans to cook drugs.

 

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Seriously? Can this get any smuttier or more repulsive?

Melbourne lawyer Nicola Gobbo deployed all sorts of tactics to hide her betrayal from her clients, but police have denied they encouraged her to have a sexual relationship with a drug cook.

Police handlers for the lawyer-turned-informer knew the man was romantically interested in Ms Gobbo, who was defending him on drugs charges while also setting him up over his clandestine drug labs.

A handler known as Peter Smith admitted while she was never encouraged to have a sexual relationship with the man, it was left to her and never explicitly discouraged.

“(Sources are) the ones in the position to know how to develop that relationship so the information’s forthcoming,” he told a royal commission into police use of informers on Thursday.

“She was told not to do anything relationship-wise that she wouldn’t normally do.”

Ms Gobbo, also known to police as informer 3838, referred multiple times to her relationship with the cook when speaking to handlers, according to the records of their conversations.

“3838 has considered (the cook’s) recent lack of contact, and a possibility for this is that 3838 has ‘cock teased’ him one too many times,” a handler wrote in January 2006.

Mr Smith described Ms Gobbo’s use of the phrase as “quite distasteful”.

Ms Gobbo’s lawyer Peter Collinson QC suggested it was in the interest of police for the cook to have romantic feelings towards Ms Gobbo and that it was “pretty obvious” he would be more inclined to tell her about his plans to cook drugs.

Wouldn't normally do... hmmm.

BTW, I don't think my 'I haven't slept with Nicola Gobbo' tee shirts are going to be big sellers.
 

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Seriously? Can this get any smuttier or more repulsive?

Melbourne lawyer Nicola Gobbo deployed all sorts of tactics to hide her betrayal from her clients, but police have denied they encouraged her to have a sexual relationship with a drug cook.

Police handlers for the lawyer-turned-informer knew the man was romantically interested in Ms Gobbo, who was defending him on drugs charges while also setting him up over his clandestine drug labs.

A handler known as Peter Smith admitted while she was never encouraged to have a sexual relationship with the man, it was left to her and never explicitly discouraged.

“(Sources are) the ones in the position to know how to develop that relationship so the information’s forthcoming,” he told a royal commission into police use of informers on Thursday.

“She was told not to do anything relationship-wise that she wouldn’t normally do.”

Ms Gobbo, also known to police as informer 3838, referred multiple times to her relationship with the cook when speaking to handlers, according to the records of their conversations.

“3838 has considered (the cook’s) recent lack of contact, and a possibility for this is that 3838 has ‘cock teased’ him one too many times,” a handler wrote in January 2006.

Mr Smith described Ms Gobbo’s use of the phrase as “quite distasteful”.

Ms Gobbo’s lawyer Peter Collinson QC suggested it was in the interest of police for the cook to have romantic feelings towards Ms Gobbo and that it was “pretty obvious” he would be more inclined to tell her about his plans to cook drugs.

Better add pimping to the list of potential criminal charges that the Royal Commission could find against VicPol

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