Pastor Pauls Court Update Feb 2020

To good people everywhere

It has been nearly three years since the forced and violent removal of a beautiful young indigenous child with intractable epilepsy from his kind and loving family. That beautiful boy has as many of you know, now been returned to his family over one year ago after 18 months in a motel in the alleged care of The Secretary of FACS. Despite this our matters still continue in the courts as we have been vexed in two jurisdictions for nearly three years for allegedly saying that child’s name and/or using his image or mentioning anything else that may possibly identify him. Meanwhile millions of other people including multinational TV stations and newspapers all breached the same law as us but were not charged, only Andrew & I were charged. As a consequence of this we have raised a constitutional argument against section 105 of The Children and Young Persons Care and Protection Act NSW and today the matter has been adjourned for two weeks until the 20th of March to hear from all the Attorney Generals as to how they wish to proceed. Following this a date will be set down for the hearing of our constitutional argument and although we are not sure at this time,  I believe our argument is very strong and I feel the matter may well be moved to The High Court for hearing. If this argument is successful it would enable families everywhere to publicly speak about their own children they have lost to The State without fear of persecution and this could have a very positive effect for families and children everywhere. It would enable us as people and as parents and grandparents to publicly discuss the activities and traumatic impacts of FACS forced child removals and the heartbreaking consequences of these actions which in our view have been suppressed for far too long.

God Bless you and thank you to all of you that continue to pray and support us in this most important work.

All You Need Is Love xxx Pastor Paul


Vérité Sans Peur

To good people everywhere.

Vérité Sans Peur (pronounced veritay sone purr) is a French word meaning Truth without Fear, this I believe lies at the very foundation of our work together for positive change. Thousands and thousands of people have been negatively impacted by alleged child protection in this country and thousands and thousands of people have been suppressed in fear from speaking about it publicly. Often if they speak the truth they are threatened by the possibility of losing all contact whatsoever with their removed children,  or perhaps they may have only lost one child and they are worried about those they still have being forcibly removed, or their children are being harmed in alleged care and they fear further harm, or they are threatened with legal action or numerous other highly inappropriate activities condoned by our State Governments through the use of covert tyranny and oppression. “Verite Sans Peur” calls you all to awaken and to join us as we fight to expose what is happening, if you are in NSW and you have been impacted by FACS you should join us in Court, the time of complaining on Facebook is over, that  may raise awareness but it will not bring about substantive change.

On March the 6th we have our committal hearing in Newcastle Local Court concerning suppression charges we have been fighting for nearly three years in two court jurisdictions.

We have raised a constitutional issue that will be heard that day ( a full day hearing) as we believe Section 105 of the NSW Child Protection Act is not only unconstitutional it is “Damnatio Memoriae”.

I understand that many people following our Court matters may be somewhat confused by all the different cases and exactly what is occurring but our argument in the OPEN Court in NEWCASTLE on MARCH 6TH FROM 9.30AM strikes at the very heart of how the NSW State Government hides the unlawful removal of children and how it enables State Condoned Child Trafficking and Child Abuse.

Andrew and I are I believe, the first people ever charged under Section 105 of the Child Protection Act and we ask those of you in NSW (especially in Newcastle) to join us on March the 6th at Newcastle Local Court from 9.30am.

Our full argument is attached below, please take the time to read this and remember we are a Representative Democracy and we would like to keep it this way while we can. Everyone is welcome to attend Open Courts providing you of course are respectful of the Court process.

If you have ever been impacted by FACS/DOCS or whatever else they wish to call themselves, please support us and our work, this is how we change laws and only through changing these draconian laws will we ever be able to change what is happening to our children.

Join us as we argue to have section 105 repealed as it does not protect our children it puts them at further risk of harm and prevents all public debate about the activities of Family and Community Services.

Vérité Sans Peur

All You Need Is Love xxx Pastor Paul

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One Percent Chance Of Getting Your Child Back

For those of you in the public that know nothing about the closed children’s courts in NSW Australia I would like to introduce you all to the current President of the closed children’s courts of NSW, Peter Johnstone.

As you would all know a Judge is placed in a very important position and it is his or her job to always make objective, fair and impartial decisions concerning both parties before him or her.

If you are in the unfortunate position of having your child or children  forcibly removed  by The Secretary of Family And Community Services NSW and you have to appear before the children’s court I am able to confirm that you have a about a 1% chance of getting your child or children back.

In the President’s own words being wonderfully objective, fair, impartial and elected by and for the people,  the children’s court approves about 99 out of 100 matters brought before them by the secretary of FACS.

This is your Justice system and this is why so many parents and families are destroyed by the closed children’s courts in NSW. It doesn’t matter how much money you throw at it, or what lawyers you hire, FACS are always correct and everything they say goes and whatever they present to the court is believed as truth.

Welcome to The Justice System for Children in NSW and why distraught parents call us every week begging for our help.

A biased near completely one sided system in absolute crisis whereby the parent/s are automatically guilty of alleged criminal behaviour without evidence in a closed court in a civil jurisdiction and are usurped of the right to justice and a trial by jury.

Perhaps this is why many see it as a foundation cornerstone for a veritable den of iniquity.

xxx Pastor Paul

Some quotes from The President………….

“What is the actual role of the Children’s Court?
On the civil side – the care and protection side – our role is to be the final point of reference in relation to children who are considered to be ‘at risk’ and who are removed from their parents’ responsibility by Department of Family and Community Services (DFACS). If a child is assumed into care, then DFACS has to make an application within three days to the court for orders. We are the supervisor of what the Department does. We don’t have any power in terms of starting the process – our job is to look at what the department puts before us.”

“So, in layman’s terms, the agencies at the community level identify children at risk, then the department steps in and then that goes before you for final judgement?
Yes. What happens is that when the department takes someone into care, or removes them from their parents, then an application is made to the court and 99 times out of 100, the court will approve the removal. Then a process starts whereby the department has to make what’s called permanency planning for that child, which might involve restoration to the parents, or one of the parents, or placement into out of home care, or foster care. If the (FACS) minister’s current recommendations are adopted the options will include a lot more closed adoptions. The family court only has the option of the child going to mother or father. At least we have other options.”

“And that’s a good thing – to have more options?
One of the things that amazes me is that I got this job at all – because I was always an advocate of saying that in care and protection cases, I really had doubts about whether the court was the right place for those sort of things to be done. In a judicial environment and in a court atmosphere – is that the right place to be making such huge decisions?”

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