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Fraud As Exit Mechanism Information Required for a Privy Council

#1 User is offline   Paradigm Shift 

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Posted 12 April 2004 - 02:50 PM

I have had numerous discussions with claimants that have even been threatened with fraud prosecution or actually prosecuted.

The ACC prosecuted me for fraud on the basis that they thought I was working as I owned a number of companies. I was neither working or earning. I received five hours pre-trial legal funding to a seven-week criminal trial. My lawyer had no idea of ACC matters. ACC obtained a search warrant on the basis of my being a director of companies and removed five large boxes of company files. One box was used for the Court, one box was returned and the balance remains with the Corporation private investigators. From the chain of custody documents it would appear that the information retained by the private investigators described all the activities of the staff, including the manager, to the exclusion of myself. They kept the information to prevent me describing my innocence.

The Corporation did not carry out any assessment procedures, vocational or medical but merely relied upon their own assumptions which were approved by further hypotheses.

I was disentitled in 1997 on the basis that they thought I was working.
Review hearing 1998 at which the ACC did not attend or provide information. The Corporation now chooses to rely upon the criminal conviction for the appeal that they have successfully delayed until now 2004.

The Corporation adopted the witch testing procedure whereby if a person is placed in the water and floats they are a witch but if they sink and drown they are innocent. If you are an invalid doped up with pain medication, imprisoned the day before you were to testify and where through a full withdrawal of an opiate type medication, and have you were evidence removed from your possession it is quite impossible to survive a multibillion-dollar organisation intent on stealing from an invalid by the creation of false documentation.

The Corporation realised that they had not carry out even a medical assessment and obtained a medical report from a doctor after conviction but before sentence. The doctor was able to produce a report without a clinical examination or any of the vast quantities of medical assessments from specialists. Neither did the doctor know the task activities of my former occupation when suggesting I could returned to that occupation. When realising that the medical report was ill-conceived the Corporation then sought an affidavit to be signed by a WINZ worker who had never viewed my file even though I had been rated as an invalid and was receiving invalid benefit off and on over the previous decade.

I was convicted and sentenced to three years present. I am now free and appealing.

This is one of New Zealand's biggest cases it appears to have been used as a test case for the ACC to see how far they can press of the law to separate a claimant from their entitlements.



Assistance requested from all who have been accused of fraud or convicted of fraud.

Please e-mail me providing me with the most basic detail of either yourself or someone you know. Permission will then be sought to use this information for a case going before the Privy Council.

Thank you for your help.
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#2 User is offline   BillyBob 

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Posted 12 April 2004 - 05:20 PM

Hi Paradigm

I have never been charged with fraud although i have been investigated and interviewed by the acc gestapo.

I just want to wish you good luck and stick it up the bastards.

cheers
billybob
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Posted 12 April 2004 - 09:42 PM

send me your email address and i will tell u when i got done for fraud and still paying it off, [email protected] as i dont want ACC scum reading what I have too say cheers .. terry
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Posted 13 April 2004 - 11:12 AM

There is is substantial evidence demonstrating that the ACC by utilising fraud accusations as an exit strategy. There have been numerous fraud prosecution's whereby a conviction has been achieved even though incapacity has not come to an end, the person has not been working or earning.

The Corporation has utilised vast resources to confabulate a phantasm of work capacity to infer an end of incapacity without the usual superior documentation to the Medical Certificate claiming entitlements. This means the Corporation is using an unfettered discretion based on the assumptions of unqualified third parties.

At best the Corporation is only permitted to suspend entitlements while assumptions are verified by the qualified assessors for the purposes of gathering information described under the act.

Reasons for successful fraud prosecutions include

Jointly owning a company with a working partner.

Producing one calendar of which a friend printed.

Living on business premises.

Attending business premises watching partner who works
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Posted 14 April 2004 - 01:30 AM

Hello Paradigm

You are competing with the masters of fraud,these mongrels will use any means possible to exit a claimant, legal or not.
Don`t ever give up, because things are going to change soon.
There are many claimants out there who have lost everything they have worked for, through negligence from the corperation, and these people will fight till death for justice from these parasites.

Even if they do exit you, fight back harder.

I`ll bet no-one ever thought we would have so much corruption with ACC while we had a Labour government, ACCs MOTTO "STUFF THE WORKERS"
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