C.L.: The ABC Suddenly Outraged By Letters From Prisoners

Victoria’s “Department of Justice” (which slept through the Lawyer X and rigged Pell prosecutions) springs into action and its media wing hypes the contrived outrage on airwaves and internet:

George Pell’s apparent letter from prison posted to social media, sparking investigation.

Excepting the important difference between an innocent man and a guilty woman, this reminded me of another sparked “investigation” in another state jurisdiction. Not official but taxpayer-funded, this one is akin to a deranged prison romance between a notorious killer and a naive outside lover; it is arguably the most brazen and persistent mooning of an Australian court ever seen in this country. Maybe you’ve forgotten how the ABC’s weird cheer-leading for child murderer Keli Lane began …

How a letter from a convicted murderer prompted the new ABC series.

My letter from a murderer.

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25 Responses to C.L.: The ABC Suddenly Outraged By Letters From Prisoners

  1. stackja

    ABC hypocrisy. I am shocked!

  2. JC

    I saw the series on Netflix. My summation is that the spread legged bint is as guilty as sin and the ABC was trying to get her out. She killed the kid, no question.

    Also, there was never any concern from anyone at the ABC or anywhere else that the countless phone calls between the murderer and the Hanna were illegal in any way. Those rules seem to only apply to Pell.

    On a more serious question and it is legit – is Caro Meldrum-Hanna a trannie because he looks like a bloke made up to look like a female?

  3. cuckoo

    Nice one, CL. As I understand it, Pell is only at fault if he suborned someone on the outside to publish that letter. No evidence that he did, but of course their ABC is trying to plant that suggestion in their gullible hive-mind audience.

  4. Ellen

    It seems to be the social media posting rather than the letter that is the problem for Pell. It would be equivalent to the Keli Lane situation if he had written a letter asking someone to re-investigate his case to prove his innocence. He may of course have already done so, and presumably many other convicted people do the same thing.

    It’s too easy to let one’s prejudices influence judgement. I am happy to give both Lane and Pell the benefit of the doubt, even though convicted, and support any reinvestigation. Remember Lindy Chamberlain – a lot of people believed ‘she killed the kid, no question’. Remember Rupert Stuart. And many more.

  5. Dr Fred Lenin

    The. Railroaded prisoners in Stalins gulags did not send letters so why should Pell , just because he is innocent doesnt mean he shouldnt be jailed , innocence is no excuse if the state says you are guilty.
    The new law you are guilty untill you prove you are innocent even if yyou are not allowed to give evidennce in your own defence ,the socialist code of law .

  6. Gab

    No outrage when David Hicks and Ivan Milat had their letters from gaol published by the media.

  7. Mother Lode

    Pell is only at fault if he suborned someone on the outside to publish that letter. No evidence that he did, but of course their ABC is trying to plant that suggestion in their gullible hive-mind audience.

    The ABC will gloss over that fact, and focus instead on the logic that he wrote a letter that ended up on the intertubes without sowing the least suspicion that there is a matter of intent involved.

    As soon as they let that slip the story disappears in a puff of faux outrage.

  8. pbw

    From second link above:

    The ABC journalist likened Lane’s case with the…case of George Pell Lindy Chamberlain. “It’s a classic case of trial by media,” she said: “It’s where a person’s character is on trial through the public lens and the media.

    The propagandist involved is Caro Meldrum-Hanna; the story was is MediaWeek written by Kruti Joshi (I am not making this up.) How Caro Meldrum-Hanna must have suffered as she observed the persecution of Cardinal Pell!

  9. Cassie of Sydney

    “JC
    #3129423, posted on August 12, 2019 at 2:56 pm
    I saw the series on Netflix. My summation is that the spread legged bint is as guilty as sin and the ABC was trying to get her out. She killed the kid, no question.

    Also, there was never any concern from anyone at the ABC or anywhere else that the countless phone calls between the murderer and the Hanna were illegal in any way. Those rules seem to only apply to Pell.”

    Well said JC…I watched the series when it was on the ABC last year…one of the few times I have bothered to watch the ABC over the last decade……Keli Lane is 150% guilty of murdering her baby. In fact, I don’t think that the series by the ABC did Lane any favours here in NSW……Lane is a psychopath….a woman who has no conscience.

    This blatant hypocrisy on the part of the ABC and the media in general…when it comes to P*ll and the never ending witch hunt against him…must be called out….if there is anything I have learnt over the last few days at CPAC…it is time that we started screaming, yelling and calling out the left’s lies and hypocrisy. They must be exposed.

  10. Up The Workers!

    How long will it be before the A.L.P.B.C. says that the alleged “suicide” of Jeffrey Epstein, was all Cardinal George Pell’s fault?

    Jizzy Smellitt – the same reliable Leftard “Get Pell Squad”-auditioned-and-rehearsed thespian witness who so convincingly testified against Pell while he wasn’t even present in the courtroom – saw him do it and so did another guy who would definitely say so if he wasn’t dead already.

    The fact that Pell was actually on the other side of the world in a different hemisphere and locked up in prison at the time, is of no consequence whatsoever, as this is a totally Leftard fairy tale, so as usual, facts, means, motive, opportunity, corroboration, forensics and reality don’t count.

  11. a happy little debunker

    After 2 1/2 years of breathless ABC reporting over the totally unfounded Trump Russia speculation – suddenly they got their panties in a wad over some social media Epstein speculation.

    But even then they had to play up the virtually non-existent Trump Epstein angle, whilst totally ignoring the Lolita Express/Clinton angle.

    Even Ita Buttrose thinks they might be biased, not that they ever reported that little gem of insight – from their own Chairperson.

  12. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Caro Meldrum-Hanna

    Wasn’t she the work experience girl from the A.B.C. who gave one Bruce Morton Wilson the most cringing and fawning interview, into Julia Gilliard and the AWU Workplace reform issue?

  13. The Beer Whisperer

    After 2 1/2 years of breathless ABC reporting over the totally unfounded Trump Russia speculation – suddenly they got their panties in a wad over some social media Epstein speculation.

    And their pushing of such false narratives on Twitter happens to be one of this biggest own goals you would ever see. Meme after meme posted, mocking the ABC by stating the bleeding obvious that the Epstein death is as suspicious as a man standing over a bloodied body while holding a bloodied knife while yelling “die, you bastard!”

  14. Lee

    The ABC is so completely devoid of shame and principle in so many ways, it is hard to know where to start.

    How appropriate that the ABC symbol bears a passing resemblance to a pretzel, given the twists and turns in its logic, or stance on an issue.

  15. Fred

    I watched the show on Netflix. Guilty.

    She probably chucked the baby in a rubbish bin and the body ended up in landfill.

    The ABC hardly helped her case. They didn’t provide any evidence whatsoever that doubted her conviction.

  16. roger

    The ABC hardly helped her case. They didn’t provide any evidence whatsoever that doubted her conviction.

    A well-advertised, well-resourced series of three one-hour episodes of one big nothingburger. Indeed, if anyone had any doubt about her guilt, that series would have removed that.
    Why the hell did Kelli Lane contact the ABC in the first place? What did she plan exactly?

  17. Chris M

    Confusing. ABC keep insisting its an irrevocable core right for a female to kill her baby should she wish.

  18. None

    I saw the photo on the twitter account. There is no way that I can tell whether it was a genuine or a fake letter and even if it was genuine there is no evidence that Pell asked it to be published anywhere.

  19. JC

    The ABC hardly helped her case. They didn’t provide any evidence whatsoever that doubted her conviction.

    They went to that Legal practice helping innocent people try to get out of jail and they said they believed she was innocent…. out of thin air. The tart did kill the kid. Odds of her not would be .00000000000000000000000000000000000134%. That’s what the ABC made a show on.. based on those odds. Arseholes. And Caro looks like a dude.

  20. JC

    And Fred. They went all out to find reasons in support of that bint being innocent and ended up with zero. Pell is actually innocent and those canutes helped put him in jail.

  21. cuckoo

    But I’m sure Keli Lane was completely credible when you met her.

  22. David Brewer

    From Pell’s point of view, one depressing feature of the Lane case is that the Court of Appeal took nearly five months to decide it (from 23 July to 13 December 2013).

    The other depressing feature is, of course, that he is in jail despite being not guilty. Watch the police interview with him in Rome, he has “not guilty” written all over his face. The charge was preposterous anyway, and bordering on physically impossible.

    But the way he has reacted is almost enough to make me believe in Christianity. Every time he is interviewed, either on his own case or on his handling of other Church paedophilia cases, he gives honest, intelligent answers and never attacks or denigrates accusers, even when it’s clear they are malicious or disturbed. In the 60 Minutes hatchet-job, you can clearly see him going out of his way to avoid hurting the nutjobs who are after him.

    The quotes released from the letter are in same vein – not a word against anyone else, but just thanking all those who are supporting him, pointing out that his own sufferings are nothing compared to Jesus’ etc. The letter is genuine all right, it bears the clear stamp of Pell’s grace and dignity.

    One wonders why Pell is being subjected to this extraordinary barrage of attacks, amounting to persecution. What exactly has he done wrong? I have a funny feeling that a key factor is his global warming scepticism. Of course he has lots of other non-PC views, but I think that’s the heresy that has really enraged the mob. In that regard, his case is more like Socrates’ than Christ’s – a wise and questioning thinker who proves too much for the citizens of a credulous democracy.

  23. roger

    One wonders why Pell is being subjected to this extraordinary barrage of attacks, amounting to persecution.

    A good question.
    Just the Left’s successful tactic to bring about the political demise of Tony Abbott, is as good an answer as any I can come up with.

  24. David Brewer

    But I’m sure Keli Lane was completely credible when you met her.

    Good one! For particulars, check out the Court of Appeal judgment. The number of lies and false leads she gave the police was incredible. They were searching all over the country for people who did not exist, or who, when found, flatly contradicted her story. She was unanimously convicted at first instance on three counts of false swearing, and did not appeal these convictions. Think of the millions of dollars of public money her lies cost in police time, two trials, and an ABC miniseries!

  25. Muddy

    Cassie of Sydney
    #3129490, posted on August 12, 2019 at 3:51 pm

    it is time that we started screaming, yelling and calling out the left’s lies and hypocrisy. They must be exposed.

    With respect, Cassie, in regards to hypocrisy, that effort will be a waste of energy. Recognising hypocrisy and acknowledging it in one’s own behaviour requires both a willingness and ability to take responsibility for one’s actions. An ability to self-evaluate or self-criticise, in other words. When one is the sole occupant of the highest moral peak, there is no need to possess the aforementioned attributes. Our opponents’ mental framework is incapable of processing a concept that is utterly foreign to them.

    The pointing out of hypocrisy on blogs such as this merely serves to reinforce what we already know about our opponents. It might make us feel morally superior, but it achieves bugger-all in terms of changing the behaviour of our opponents. It is an element of reasoned, polite debate that we congratulate ourselves on mastering and implementing, but just as you cannot have an effective verbal conversation with an individual who speaks another language wholely unlike your own, you cannot reason and rationally debate with an individual who is incapable of recognising and understanding the concepts you yourself rely upon, such as hypocrisy, as just one example.

    This is a long-winded way of stating my belief that our self-imposed ‘rules of engagement’ are an obvious disadvantage to us, yet we continue to stick with them. Until that changes, nothing else will.

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