Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Letter in response -- To Judy Spence MP, Minister for Police

Dear Ms Spence

Thank you for your letter of 10th. -- Ref.: 5627 F3 SD

The police appear to be lying to you.

They have admitted to losing the ID card I handed in but now claim that the ID card owner was a victim, not a thief. If they cannot find the card, how do they know that?

Please ask the CMC to take up carriage of this investigation. I will not rest until there is a proper enquiry into the police handling of this matter.

Yours faithfully,

(Dr.) JOHN RAY (M.A.; Ph.D.)

Thursday, October 5, 2006

Letter to Supt. LM Hopkins, Qld. Police

Dear Supt. Hopkins,

Thank you for your letter of 28th Sept just received.

You amaze me.

The Sergeant investigating the ID card at Dutton Pk told me that the card had been lost.

You now tell me that the owner of the card has been identified.


I understand that police are required to record, catalogue and safely store material evidence that comes into their possession. It seems that this was not done with respect to the ID card.

Please advise what has been done to discipline the officer who failed to do that and what has been done to reinstate respect for correct procedures among those police under your supervision.

An unsatisfactory reply to the above questions will of course lead me to take this matter further.

Yours etc

(Dr) JOHN RAY (M.A.; Ph.D.)