BREAKING NEWS – Sunday 25 November 2012
Retired High Court Judge
Mary Gaudron has been implicated in a case of fraud involving the
alleged misappropriation of her mother’s estate, by allegedly
fraudulently changing the will of her mother who I believe lived in a
nursing home and who suffered from dementia. Mary Genevieve Gaudron kept her mother’s condition from her two siblings.
Helen Underwood (Margaret Helen Gaudron) is bringing a case against
her sister, Mary Gaudron in the probate court. The death, Accident and
hospitalization of her mother was kept from Helen by her sister Mary
Gaudron. Her brother knew but was disinherited from the will.
Ashamed of her heritage, former High Court Judge Mary Genevieve
Gaudron has kept the dark family secret of her aboriginality hidden from
public scrutiny, disowning her own bloodline and lineage, she disowned
her part aboriginal siblings. Should Mary Gaudron, retired High Court
Judge have recused herself from hearing the Mabo case, due to any interest or bias in the case?
The Mabo case itself is interesting because for all the who-ha in the
media, the case did little for aboriginal rights. The case of Mabo was
also very interesting because it set a precedent and was intimately
tied to the environment, as it was discussing the ownership and rights
The Mabo case was also mentioned on Friday in the Environmental Law
Symposium, a seminar hosted by Michelle Maloney, the convenor of Wild
Law Alliance held at QUT (Queensland University of Technology),
the Nazi hub of venal reptilian satan worshipping bootlickers. Maloney
and all the other lawyers, including Sean Ryan, Senior Solicitor for
the EDO (Environmental Defenders Office whose trademark is the owl, a
Freemason symbol) all denied any knowledge of United Nations Agenda 21
when asked, but then acknowledged the existence of Agenda 21 in another
session on the same day, however that story is for another post.
The Mabo case decisions were made between 1982 and 1992. Was the Mabo decision affected by the Club of Rome‘s Earth Charter, and was Mary Gaudron’s decision in any way influenced by this Charter?
Mark McMurtrie on said: