Sunday, 23 October 2016

Gay men wallowing in their own shit are the main cause of HIV infection at the taxpayers expense (confirmed by USA/AU govt)

Ever heard of the AIDS Patient Zero?
A Canadian gay flight attendant who was tracked down in the early 80’s by the CDC. When confronted he said he has the right to have penis in another mans shit before it is excreted sex with anyone he wants to and doesn’t to change habits even if he is killing people. The Gay Right to Kill. There should be a gay right's to die from AIDS and be killed by their own choices too. Why should we pay to keep them alive when AIDS is preventable by not doing perverted scatological acts.  Then again AIDS is the Cure, not the disease considering who it targets. Was it a creation by god or man? I wonder......

This is just like the stats from the CDC that 1.7% of the American population is gay male and is accountable for 35% of all child sexual abusing perpetrators (who abuse at a rate 3.5x higher the heterosexual pedophiles - see Geoff McKee's affidavit to the ADB court of child sex lesbian pedophile gang), the Australian Stats from a Justice Kirby's own institute say the same. Click here to read the statement from the victim of Justice James Wood who covered up Catherine Burn's mentor Lola Scott's P16 Immunity forms given to Robert "Dolly" Dunn Australia's most infamous gay child rapist (who had adult gay partner and raped boys) the Gay Boy Rapist leaked from the Royal Commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse (where John Wakefield - the gay pedo judge works representing pedophiles, when he's not teaching little Sydney Grammar boys dead languages with the Kudos society)

Because that link is in there, the ADB can't lodge a complaint against this post. They don't want to have Justice Wood's Rape Victim's statement read into evidence, so I'll include it at the end of the post.Then then an NCAT judge will have to argue if a supreme court judge rapes a boy, and Royal Commission Staff (only people with custody of the document below) leaked it to expose it - you must not dissent against what's in the public domain. Judges can do no wrong, and the allegations of their boy rape must never be spoken aloud. You don't think can't happen right? Of course it does. If Australian Gay judges can rule it's a hate crime to do hate speech against two men in jail for 40 years for anal sex with a Russian infant - of course it is in the realms of possibility.

https://johnsunol.blogspot.com/2016/07/if-nsw-anti-discrimination-act-1977-was.html








The YouTube video is of AIDS Patient Zero who beat Victoria Australia to call for the legal right of a gay man to have sex with a boy or other man without telling him he knowingly has the AIDS virus here:

 

Reported cases of sexually-transmitted diseases reaches record high

by Wintery Knight
HIV infection rates from Center for Disease Control
HIV infection rates from Center for Disease Control
This is from the far-left CNN, of all places.
Excerpt:
There were more reported cases of sexually transmitted diseases last year than ever before in the United States, according to the latest STD surveillance report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The annual report, which was released on Wednesday, showed that the rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis -- the three most commonly reported STDs in the nation -- increased between 2014 and 2015, reaching an all-time high.
Reported cases of primary and secondary syphilis rose by 19%, gonorrhea cases rose by 12.8%, and chlamydia cases rose by 5.9%, from 2014. All three STDs are curable with antibiotics, but most infections go undiagnosed and untreated, according to the CDC.
What is interesting is how overspending by bureaucrats on social welfare, amnesty, refugees, etc. has left less money to combat sexually-transmitted diseases:
In a foreword to the new report, Bolan wrote that some 21 health department STD clinics across the country have closed due to many state and local programs experiencing budget cuts. Therefore, fewer people have access to the testing and treatment resources provided by such clinics.
Meanwhile, as more STD cases emerge, treating infections costs the country nearly $16 billion annually.
With the national debt doubled from 10 to 20 trillion under Obama, Obama's free-spirited supporters can look forward to not having access to the "health care" they now need.
Not surprisingly, the reckless young people who voted for Obama are the most reckless with sex. And so they are the most affected by STDs:
Young people, 15 to 24 years old, accounted for nearly two-thirds of last year's chlamydia diagnoses -- and half of the gonorrhea diagnoses.
Not only are there more STD infections, but the diseases have adapted to beat our antibiotics.
Gonorrhea has progressively developed resistance to the antibiotic drugs prescribed to treat it. Following the spread of gonococcal fluoroquinolone resistance, the cephalosporin antibiotics have been the foundation of recommended treatment for gonorrhea. The emergence of cephalosporin-resistant gonorrhea would significantly complicate the ability of providers to treat gonorrhea successfully, since we have few antibiotic options left that are simple, well-studied, well-tolerated and highly effective. It is critical to continuously monitor antibiotic resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae and encourage research and development of new treatment regimens.
Gonorrhea is the second most prominent STD, right behind chlamydia.
One reason for the upsurge in STDs might be society's growing celebration of male homosexuality.
P&S syphilis among men who have sex with men (MSM) has been increasing since at least 2000. In 2014, rates of P&S syphilis increased among MSM, who account for 83 percent of reported cases among men when the sex of the partner is known. Also concerning is that more than half of MSM (51 percent) diagnosed with syphilis in 2014 were also HIV-positive. Infection with syphilis can cause sores on the genitals, which make it easier to transmit and acquire HIV.
Syphilis is currently the only STD for which information on the sex of the sex partner is reported. However, a growing body of evidence indicates that MSM are experiencing similar increases in gonorrhea and chlamydia infections– underscoring the need to further understand what is contributing to the rise.
Gay and bisexual men face a combination of social, epidemiologic, and individual risk factors that can fuel high levels of STDs. Higher prevalence of infection within sexual networks increases the likelihood of acquiring an STD with each sexual encounter.
And on a different CDC page:
Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men made up an estimated 2% of the population but 55% of people living with HIV in the United States in 2013. If current diagnosis rates continue, 1 in 6 gay and bisexual men will be diagnosed with HIV in their lifetime, including 1 in 2 black/African American gay and bisexual men, 1 in 4 Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men, and 1 in 11 white gay and bisexual men.
The CDC's solution to this disparity is to ask for more taxpayer money, of course. No disapproval here, just take the money from the moral people and pay for the choices of the reckless people.
Right now, many people are freely choosing to engage in these behaviors, and to celebrate the lifestyles of those who engage in these behaviors, because they think that the government has unlimited taxpayer money to pay for all the costs of these decisions. Little to they know about the national debt, and what happens to "government-provided" health care when the interest rates on that debt increases. As a society, we have decided that it is better to be forgiving and compassionate when people make reckless, risky decisions. "Oh, we can just make the prudent people pay for the mess - they have money", the progressives say. And that works fine, until the money runs out, and people realize that the mean, judgmental, controlling bullies who were defending moral standards and personal responsibility were right all along.

  • Bill,
    You have to see this quote from a news article I saw that was on the same page as a link my dad sent me about a gay man raping school children in SA preschool that just came out….
    “But the reality in Australia is that HIV risk is not equally distributed. Rather, the epidemic here is concentrated in populations of men who have sex with men, with the most recent data showing that gay and other homosexually active men account for 79 per cent of HIV infections.”
    indaily.com.au/opinion/2014/07/23/matter-condoms/
    kirby.unsw.edu.au/surveillance/annual-surveillance-report-2014-hiv-supplement
    At that’s from the gay Judge Justice Michael Kirby’s institute! The man himself was just on ABC Q&A yesterday saying that preteens need to be taught about male gay anal sex in Australian schools.
    How can he care about AIDS, or even pedophilia if he didn’t put a disclaimer out there that what he suggested children be taught how to do is likely to kill them slowly with the AIDS virus – or make a disclaimer they at least shouldn’t try it with older men.
    Don’t think that claim is defamatory – he actually said it! Go watch it here:
    iview.abc.net.au/programs/qanda/FA1307H025S00
    There you have it. 80% of AIDS cases in Australia are due to men choosing to do gay anal sex and spreading the disease. How can the law not discriminate if this minority of 2% of the population are responsible for 80% of the AIDS case, and their sex habits make the disease spread on the rise.

They made it legal in Victoria (when combined with age of gay consent - 16) for a 60 year old to have sex with a 16 year old boy and not tell him he has the AIDS virus - and is giving the gift of gay love and death. Here is the plan to make gay pedophile 16 year old boy rape (it's rape everywhere else in the world except Australia - thanks to Garry Burns on tape campaigning to make gay 16 year old boy sex legal in Australia  + aids transmission legal from 2 years ago.

HIV and PC Madness

Jul 21, 2014
When politics and political correctness trump medicine and public health and safety, then we all suffer greatly. We see this happening far too often but it has become standard operating procedure when it comes to homosexuality and the deadly HIV.
All over the West our ruling elites, politicians, and even medical communities have politicised HIV/AIDS and endangered lives as a result. The god of homosexualism can never be challenged, never be questioned and never be disputed. Everything must give way to this dangerous and high-risk lifestyle.
hivThe Victorian government is a perfect example of how reckless and irresponsible leaders have bowed the knee to the homosexualist religion, and cast aside common sense and the community good. The Napthine government is distancing itself from a pro-family conference to be held here soon, viewing it as homophobic!
Yet at the same time the Health Minister has come out telling us that targeting those who deliberately spread HIV is wrong. Yes you heard me correctly. As one news item states:
Australia’s only HIV-specific law that criminalises the intentional transmission of the virus will be amended, the Victorian health minister, David Davis, announced to a standing ovation of HIV researchers and advocates at a satellite event to the Aids 2014 symposium in Melbourne….
The act currently states “intentionally causing a very serious disease” is a criminal offence in Victoria – with “very serious disease” defined exclusively to mean HIV infection. “We have committed to review and amend this section to ensure it is non-discriminatory, in consultation with HIV medical, research and support communities,” Davis said.
What? What is this nonsense about being non-discriminatory? We already know the facts here. The overwhelming majority of HIV cases are due to male to male sex, or intravenous drug use. If we know precisely who the main risk groups are, then of course we should be highlighting those groups.
And in the meantime, people are contracting HIV and dying, all around the world, because of such gutless policies, the power of the homosexual juggernaut, and raging political correctness. At least some places still consider this dangerous and therefore illegal behaviour.
Consider a case in Missouri where a man has been charged with spreading HIV: “Mangum faces a charge of reckless exposure to HIV infection after police say he admitted to having more than 300 partners with 50 to 60 of those in Stoddard County.”
And because of all this mind-numbing and morally irresponsible political correctness, HIV continues to be a massive problem in Australia. As one report states:
The number of people diagnosed with HIV in Australia remains at 20-year highs. Annual data released from the Kirby Institute shows 1,235 new cases were diagnosed last year. The figures have been released ahead of a global AIDS conference in Melbourne next week. They show that HIV rates have been steadily rising in Australia since 1999 and more than 26,000 people are now living with the virus. Researchers say they are concerned about complacency and that unprotected sex between casual male partners is a leading contributor to the increase.
Also consider this, just in from the US:
A new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that although the annual diagnosis rate of HIV has dropped by one-third in the general population, the percentage is increasing among young gay and bisexual males. HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, has been dropping among heterosexuals, drug users, and women, but the rate for young gay and bisexual males has risen over 100%.
In my book Strained Relations I speak much to this issue, so let me close with some material taken from the book:
Given that the normal procedures associated with infectious diseases have not been used on AIDS, for fear of homosexual protests, it is clear, as some have put it, that AIDS has become the nation’s first politically protected disease. But AIDS should be treated as a medical issue, not a political one. AIDS is a health epidemic, requiring stringent measures. This should include all the normal means of prevention of transmission: Public Health Departments should be able to know who has the disease through case monitoring and contact tracing; routine testing must be undertaken; and notification of carriers should be mandatory. As one author says, “we must stop romanticizing AIDS”.
As a co-founder of the Children’s AIDS Fund in America put it, “Never before in medical history have we made it the responsibility of the individual exposed to a contagious or infectious disease to end such an epidemic. With HIV/AIDS, the medical and public health communities during the first fifteen years of the epidemic largely removed themselves from the intervention through aggressive diagnosis and reporting consistent with their approach to similar diseases.”
It is because we have refused to treat HIV/AIDS as we have any other public health risk, that we now are paying a terrible price. One doctor puts the situation in striking terms: “If a foreign nation were to attack our shores and kill 10,000 Americans, it would be considered an act of war. Yet, millions of Americans have already been unnecessarily infected in this epidemic and they will almost all die. The tragedy is that this epidemic should never have occurred.”
At bottom, AIDS is not primarily a health issue but a behaviour issue. Stop the behaviour (homosexual activity, and needle-based drug use) and you pretty well stop the disease. These are not just the thoughts of bigoted right wingers. Here is how one practicing lesbian puts it:
“Let’s be honest. There is a way to stop the spread of AIDS – it’s called abstaining from sex. Unlike with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, or diabetes, you can make a decision to not get AIDS (with a few unfortunate exceptions, like the child of an infected mother or the victim of a contaminated blood transfusion). Considering its preventability, there is no excuse for AIDS being the biggest health crises we as a people face.”
Another homosexual, writing in a leading American homosexual magazine, The Advocate, says that young homosexual men “are ignorant to a disease that has been around over 20 years. And if they are gay and male, they doubly deserve it. We’ve seen firsthand what it can do but choose to ignore that in favor of our own carnal desires.”
Fortunately a bit of sanity is reentering the debate. A leading Californian homosexual group has decided to go straight – that is, decided to get back to the truth about AIDS. The L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center is trying to reach the many homosexual men who have become complacent about HIV and AIDS. They have launched a major ad campaign with the frank admission: “HIV is a gay disease.”
www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jul/20/hiv-specific-law-criminalising-deliberate-transmission-to-be-amended
www.kfvs12.com/story/25899025/hearing-for-man-accused-of-spreading-hiv-set-back
www.abc.net.au/news/2014-07-17/hiv-rates-in-australia-remain-at-20-year-high/5602706
www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/07/19/CDC-HIV-Way-Up-with-Gay-and-Bisexual-Males

STATEMENT ABOUT JUSTICE JAMES WOODS RAPING TEENAGE BOYS IN THE CROSS:

Here's the smug bastard bragging about his child sex cover-up job on the ABC - the same place that featured numerous other gay pedophiles pushing their agenda before their arrest for gay little boy sex (e.g. Mark Newton, Peter Truong and @TwoDadsAndMe).


ROYAL COMMISSION INTO INSTITUTIONAL
RESPONSES TO CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

Assessment and Inquiry Session
of Mr Dean Thomas Chisholme Henry
Re: Silverwater Metropolitan Remand and Reception Centre
(MRRC)
At Silverwater Jail
On Wednesday, 18 June 2014 at 12.58pm
Present:

Ms Vicki Csoma (Commission Officer)
Mr Darren Latimore (Commission Officer)

Also Present:

Mr Jack Dalby (Canberra Rape Crisis Centre)
Ms Jennifer Parslow (Silverwater Support and
Programs Officer)

.18/06/2014

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DEAN HENRY

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MS CSOMA:
No, it looks like it is working now. So this
is a recorded interview between Vicki Csoma, that's spelt
C-S-O-M-A, Dean Thomas Henry. Dean, can you spell your
surname for us?
MR HENRY:

H-E-N-R-Y.

MS CSOMA:
Latimore.

Okay.

MR LATIMORE:
Commission.
MS CSOMA:
Canberra.

I've also got with me Officer Darren

Darren Latimore, officer with the Royal

And Jack Dalby from the Rape Crisis Centre in

MR DALBY:
Yes, Jack Dalby, we are one of the Royal
Commission community-based support services.
MS CSOMA:

And Jennifer Parslow.

MS PARSLOW:
Yes, I'm a welfare officer with Corrective
Services and I'm acting as Dean's support person today.
MS CSOMA:
Excellent, thank you. Dean, we'll just go
through a few basic things, firstly. Could you just tell
me your full name?
MR HENRY:

Dean Thomas Chisholme Henry.

MS CSOMA:

Your date of birth?

MR HENRY:

12 August 1971.

MS CSOMA:

12 August 1971?

MR HENRY:

1971, yep.

MS CSOMA:
Where will we start? We'll start anywhere you
would like to, really. But you were made a ward of the
state at some stage, yes?
MR HENRY:

That's correct.

MS CSOMA:
Can you tell me a little bit about how that
came to be?

.18/06/2014

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DEAN HENRY

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MR HENRY:
What it was, when I was young, about five and
six years of age, my mother and my uncle both molested me,
take me to Tribe - called Twelve Tribes, and I was molested
by quite a few people in the history of my growing up.
MS CSOMA:
And then you became a ward of the state, and
what happened to you?
MR HENRY:
They sent me to a place called Randwick Boys
Home at Mittagong, and while I was there I was molested by
a person called Shand and also Green [phonetic], Mr Green.
MS CSOMA:

Mr Green was it?

MR HENRY:

Yep.

MS CSOMA:
as well.

I think you mentioned a Terry Shand [phonetic]

MR HENRY:

He did as well.

MS CSOMA:

So what sort of abuse did they --

MR HENRY:

Sexual and also physical.

MS CSOMA:
Were they just, I hate to ask this, were they
just sort of grooming and touching you or were they
going -MR HENRY:

No, penetration.

MS CSOMA:
Full penetration.
that institution for?
MR HENRY:

Okay.

How long were you at

Four years.

MS CSOMA:
Four years?
this happen?

Okay.

And how regularly would

MR HENRY:
It happened to me three times in the whole time
I was there. And I ran away from there in, I think it was
'97 - '87, sorry, '87 I ran away from there and me and four
others ran away to Corey and Paul's mother's house at
Campbelltown. We never told anybody, but once they caught
us they took us straight back there and it happened again.
So I just rebelled real bad and just started mucking up
until they kicked me out of there.
.18/06/2014

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DEAN HENRY

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MS CSOMA:
So when you got kicked out of there, what
happened then?
MR HENRY:
I went to a place called Werrington Park at
Mittagong, I mean, at Werrington.
MS CSOMA:

Werrington Park was it?

MR HENRY:

Yeah, Werrington Park.

MS CSOMA:
Yes.
you went there?

Okay.

How old would you have been when

MR HENRY:

17.

MS CSOMA:

Was there anything happening there?

MR HENRY:
I burned down the shed there because the lead the main boss there used to abuse me and quite a few others
in the barn shed there. Because I rebelled that bad, I
said - the shed where he used to do it, I said "I'll burn
it down". There should be police records of that and also
fire brigade records that it's been burned down. Because I
just couldn't cope any more and then I ended up going
around to my mother and I went to jail after that, as I
say.
MS CSOMA:
So while you were down there, what sort of
abuse were you facing down there?
MR HENRY:
I was getting whipped, I was getting tortured.
Not only torture, I was sexually abused by him on a number
of occasions. It wasn't just happened to me, it happened
to other people there too. It was just like I had enough,
I couldn't take it anymore.
MS CSOMA:

Do you remember the names of any of the people?

MR HENRY:

I think one of the boy's names was Terry.

MS CSOMA:

Terry?

MR HENRY:
I don't remember the staff's name by any chance
but I know he was the boss of the place because he tried to
catch me and get me locked up for burning the shed down and
I said, "No way", I said - I just ran, I just ran away, got
.18/06/2014

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DEAN HENRY

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out of there as quick as I could.
MS CSOMA:

Alright, after that you would have turned 18?

MR HENRY:

Yeah, 18.

MS CSOMA:

And gone into the adult system?

MR HENRY:

Adult system, yeah.

MS CSOMA:
Is there anything that you want to tell me
about any of your time in the juvi system at all?
MR HENRY:
When I was in the juvi system, I was - before I
went to the juvi system, there was a person called Rolf
Harris, and I think it was 1978, when I was around about,
say, six or seven, at a CYC camp down near Castlereagh. He
touched me on all sorts of places. He tried to hurt me but
I was lucky there was a worker there that stopped him doing
it. She never said nothing, but I think he was there to
hurt me, not just me, but other people too. Like, he
played with me, he made me play with him and all that sort
of stuff. That was started for me when I was -MS CSOMA:

You mean sexually playing with each other?

MR HENRY:

Yes.

MS CSOMA:

Yes.

MR HENRY:
And it started with me when I was five. It all
started with me when I was five. When I turned the age of
five, my Uncle Alan and my mum tried to rape me, at the age
of five, penetrated me, tried to cut me dick off, it was
just crazy.
MS CSOMA:

This was at home?

MR HENRY:
This was at home, yeah. My mum used to just
sell me to people. Like, virtually, I was like - like you
got Ron Woodham, Justice Woods [phonetic] and Justice
Collins [phonetic] and Louis Bayer [phonetic] and what's
his name, Sam Abraham [phonetic], he used to run the Cross.
MS CSOMA:


Yes.

MR HENRY:

A person named Jeff Azzopardi [phonetic] or

.18/06/2014

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DEAN HENRY

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Paul - I can't remember his first name, but everybody's
name was Azzopardi - used to take me, Corey [phonetic] and
two girls at the Cross, where we all used to go down and
not only was it sexual, but I was tortured and all that
sort of stuff. I saw two girls come with us four times,
four times they come with us, and then they disappeared, I
never saw them again. But Corey and me, Corey, four years
we copped this for.
MS CSOMA:
So your mum would sell you out, is that what
you are saying?
MR HENRY:

Sell me out, yes.

MS CSOMA:

How much money would she get from that?

MR HENRY:

I would not have a clue.

MS CSOMA:

Okay.

MR HENRY:
Now she's dead, it hurts, because I just want
to get this out. I'm trying to get this out and trying to
cope with it because see I don't understand why this all
happened, but I don't know why, but it's got to stop. I
have had me arms broken, me legs broken by Ron Woodham when
I come into custody in 2007, he got me a long way. He's a
cunning man. He's like, once he knows who you are, and he
was worried that I was going to talk, he put pressure on
staff to hurt me, if you know what I mean. Like, I
guarantee break me arms, break me legs and leave me in
segregation, two or three days before I get help. And it
was only for the nurse at Long Bay that helped me, because
otherwise I would have died there, I was just gone.
So I have self-harmed. Since this abuse started in
I'd probably say '76, I have self-harmed. I've tried to
kill myself a few times. It's hard for me to talk about
it, because it hurts.
MS CSOMA:

Is that because of all these memories?

MR HENRY:
Yes, all the memories. I just shake. It hurts
when I talk about it, it's just like - I don't understand
why it happened, I still don't understand, but -MS CSOMA:

.18/06/2014

You okay to go on?

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DEAN HENRY

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MR HENRY:
Yeah. It's just that I don't know why this all
went down. Just I just want it all sorted because I can't
take this no more. The pain, just physical pain, not only
physical but mental pain.
MS CSOMA:
Mental pain as well, yes. Of course, there
would be. Take a breath and have a bit of the sip of tea
if you like.
MR HENRY:
Nothing left. Just I met Jack in, I think, it
was the first time I was in Canberra, and the following
week I was locked up, (indistinct) Goulburn. I decided I
wanted - I went to go and see Jack. Because they wanted to
know why I'm going to the Royal Commission, I wouldn't tell
them. So I know they put a curfew on me and then I got
locked up.
MS CSOMA:
So you breached curfew and that's how you ended
up back in lockup?
MR HENRY:

Yep.

MS CSOMA:
Okay. Pretty much, this is all yours, so you
can tell us anything you like. I haven't got any questions
at this stage.
MR HENRY:
You got Peter Finch [phonetic] there, at St
Mary's Baptist Church.
MS CSOMA:

Peter Finch, was it?

MR HENRY:
Peter Finch, yep. He's at St Mary's Baptist
Church in '86 at Parramatta. He's a mongrel. He sexually
abused me, not just me, he sexually abused other people
there at the same time. I can't remember their names but
he like, he's no good. He is, like, make you be an altar
boy then once you go and get changed he not only physically
touch you but he also tried to rape you. I was lucky I was
a bit older, I managed to get away from him as much as I
could but one time he got me. And it was like -MS CSOMA:

So you were an altar boy there as well?

MR HENRY:
An altar boy there. And you got Monsignor
Hatswell I think it was '82. He was staying with the
Dowelling [phonetic] family at Castlereagh, and he raped
me, not just me, he raped Trinity, Dave Ellison's foster
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DEAN HENRY

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daughter. He - I went there to that church for a couple of
years at Castlereagh and, yeah, so it's all just scary to
me and it hurts, because it's like, I just think why was I
abused this bad?
And physically, it's really stuffed me up. Like, I'm
on medication now because of trying to take my life a few
times. Because once I get the mood - once I start thinking
about it, it just does my head in. And Jack knows that, it
hurts.
Because you got some high-profile people here and it's
just like no-one would believe you unless they saw it for
themselves. And how do you go by - how do you win? How do
you win? You don't win, you never win.
I didn't realise, when I'd turned 19, I did the same
thing myself. I molested two girls - not molested, but
they were aged 15, 16. But I didn't understand why I did
it, but I sort of do now. Because it was the way I was
brought up, and I thought it was the right thing to do and
it was the wrong thing to do. I spent 12 years in jail. I
tried to take my life quite a few times over it, because it
just like, I didn't understand it and I still -MS CSOMA:
You think you might have gone from the victim
to the perpetrator?
MR HENRY:

Yep.

MS CSOMA:

Okay.

MR LATIMORE:
Dean, I just have a couple of questions to
just clarify a few things from your story.
MR HENRY:

Yep, no worries.

MR LATIMORE:
When you started - the first abuse was by
your mother and uncle, was it?
MR HENRY:

Yes.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

Five or six at the time.

MR LATIMORE:
.18/06/2014

So you were about five or six at the time.

Where were you living at that stage?
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DEAN HENRY

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MR HENRY:

I was living at Shalvey.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

At Shalvey?

(Indistinct) crescent, Shalvey.

MR LATIMORE:

So you were living at home?

MR HENRY:

Yes.

MS CSOMA:

Did you have any brothers or sisters at home?

MR HENRY:
I got my sister, my sister Karen [phonetic], my
sister Melinda [phonetic], my brother David. I met David
in '92, (indistinct) in jail, he was adopted out. But my
sister Karen was also abused by one of me mum's friends or
something, she'll verify that, yeah, Mum, I don't know what
she knows about me and Mum, but I think she knows a fair
bit, but you'll have to talk to her about that, I don't
know if she'll say anything or anything -MR LATIMORE:
as well?

So you think one of your sisters was abused

MR HENRY:
So was Melinda. Both of them were abused in
their own time. My sister Melinda has turned gay over it,
because it's mentally fucked her - it's just like, yeah.
MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

My dad left us when we were 2.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

Was your dad around at all?

So you don't know him?

I don't know him, no.

MR LATIMORE:
Okay. So you said too that your mum and
your uncle sort of basically prostituted you out or sold
you out.
MR HENRY:

That's correct.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

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Was that at that age, about five or six?

Yes, it was, around about that age.

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MR LATIMORE:
How did work? Did people come to the
house or did they take you to -MR HENRY:
Azzorpadi used to come and pick me up and take
me to places where - he was a good friend of my mum's and
they would take me to places where there was perpetrators
there. Because Azzorpadi used to pick four of us up from
the Twelve Tribes at Castle, there was me, Corey and I
think Darlene [phonetic] and Chantelle [phonetic] was the
names of the two girls, and he used to pick us up and go
there and that's when we'd get tortured or - if we didn't
do what we were told, we copped it. And Louis Bayer and
Sam Abraham were in charge of all this sort of stuff.
They're big people. Sam Abraham is here in jail now. If
he knows I'm here, I'm dead.
MR LATIMORE:

Right.

MR HENRY:
I'm gone. Because he knows what - he can be in
big shit for this and this has been going on for years.
MR LATIMORE:
You mentioned a couple of other names as
well, Woodham -MR HENRY:

Yeah, Justice Woods and Justice Collins.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

So they were all abusers?

They were abusers, yes.

MR LATIMORE:
So they used to, what, go out to a house or
something and you'd get taken there?
MR HENRY:
There was a room out the back of Porky's, like
a sort of like little rooms, and that's where it all went
down.
MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

In Kings Cross?

In Kings Cross, yeah.

MR LATIMORE:

Did you report any of this to anybody?

MR HENRY:
No. I've always kept it quite because every
time I get to report it I get scared. Not only do I get
scared, I try to take my life because it hurts me, because
I get the flashbacks and just - now it's only through my
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wife, Debbie, bringing me to the surface of all this and me
mum dying and it sort of, like, oh boy, I let it out,
because it's going to kill me otherwise.
MR LATIMORE:
So you were taken - you were made a ward of
the state, about how old were you when that happened?
MR HENRY:

I was around about 9.

MR LATIMORE:
Mittagong?
MR HENRY:

You went to a boys home in

Renwick Boys (indistinct).

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

About9.

And you were abused there?

Abused there too, yeah.

MR LATIMORE:

Did anybody report --

MR HENRY:
I think Nicole Pearson [phonetic], one of the
girls there, I think she reported something about it. But
I don't know how far she went on with it. But this has
been going on for years. It's wrong. I was in Slater
[phonetic] and Turner [phonetic] and they were up at the
top. And Mr Shields [phonetic] was a bad one, he used to
watch us in the showers, all of us, and at night he would
pick, he would pick who he would want and molest that
night. And Mr Green was at the school at Timalong
[phonetic] and he would like take you into the principal's
office when it was lunchtime, and he would molest - not
just me, but other people too.
MR LATIMORE:

In the principal's office?

MR HENRY:
Yes, at Timalong, at high school, up at school
at Mittagong. The school fooled around with boys, kids.
MR LATIMORE:
at -MR HENRY:

At Renwick Boys Home, yeah.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

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So Mr Shields and Mr Green, they worked

Do you know their first names?

No, I don't, sorry, I don't.

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MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

They worked there for a fair while?

A long time.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

Who was the head, who was the boss there?

I would not have a clue, I don't know.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

Don't know.

No.

MR LATIMORE:
Okay. Do you remember any of the other
staff names there at all?
MR HENRY:
There was Lovie, Helen Black [phonetic].
was a worker there.
MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

Right.

She was also an abuser too.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

She

She was an abuser as well?

Yeah.

MR LATIMORE:

Were all the staff there abusers?

MR HENRY:
Mainly all of them yes, just a couple of them
that saw what was going on and they'd leave the job.
MR LATIMORE:
So the ones that weren't abusers they knew
what was going on?
MR HENRY:

They knew exactly what was going on, yeah.

MR LATIMORE:

And they didn't do anything about it?

MR HENRY:
They didn't do nothing about it, it was all
hush, hush, under the table.
MR LATIMORE:
the --

Yes.

Was it discussed generally, between

MR HENRY:
Between us kids we were all too scared to say
anything because it was like, if we said anything, they'd
say we're going to send you to Caralong [phonetic] or.
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Minda or Cobham, so that's how we - they'd send us into
boys institutions or Yasmar [phonetic].
MR LATIMORE:

And that worse, is it?

MR HENRY:
It's worse, yeah. It's like your locked in,
like (indistinct) in jail, you just don't want that, at
that age.
MR LATIMORE:
said?
MR HENRY:

So you ran away about 1987, I think you

Yes.

MR LATIMORE:
And then they took you back again and you
got abused again?
MR HENRY:
Yeah. This went on for years. Like, this
only, this is only started, like, stopping since my mum's
died. Like, my mum, when I used to go home, she'd got a
couple of her friends to have sex with me, she'd drug me up
to make me have sex with Jan and also Orice [phonetic], her
best friend. It was just like, I didn't want to do it, but
I was told to do so I just went with me mum and just done
what I had to do and it just used to do my head in. When
she died, it was just a big release. Like, I want nothing
out of her will, I don't want nothing out of her will, I
don't want nothing, I'm just glad she's dead. Because now
she can't hurt me anymore. It's sad, but it's how I feel.
MR LATIMORE:

It's awful.

MR HENRY:
I just don't understand why this all went out,
but then I never will. But I just want the perpetrators
that are, the ones - you David and Allison Foster, the
state ward, they were the ones that I went to first off
after burning (indistinct), he used to hypnotise me and he
did the same to him and he would rape me too.
MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

David and Allison Foster.

MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:
first.
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Who was that?

Where were they?

They were the foster family that I went to at

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MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

How old you when you went there?

I would have been about 9, 9 or 10.

MR LATIMORE:

And they abused you as well?

MR HENRY:
They abused me as well. They used to take me
to Monsignor Hatswell at Castlereagh, and, yeah, that was
bad.
MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

What was his name?

Monsignor?

Hatswell.

MR LATIMORE:
Hatswell. So you were in Werrington Park,
that was another boys' home?
MR HENRY:
That was a place where you went after you
turned the - after the age of 16 and that's where Remington
[phonetic] sent me to, the state ward. And after 18 they
said to me I could stay there, but I copped it there too.
Fucking everywhere I was going, it was nightmare after
nightmare. I was trying to make understanding of this and
I rebelled, I just fucking - I just flipped out, I just
lost it. I tried to take me life four times there, and
come into hospital, I ended up in hospital over it. I
thought why has this happened? I had a Doctor Zamany
[phonetic], when I was a kid, you know how your back
passage is like that page? Mine is like that now, it
doesn't close. My puss is really fucked. It's just, no
more.
MR LATIMORE:

Did you go to school?

MR HENRY:
I was a kid, yeah. I went to Shalvey and also
Villa High and I also we went to a special school called
Niland.
MR LATIMORE:
Do you know if any of the teachers became
aware of what was happening to you?
MR HENRY:
I think a couple did, but they were all sort of
like - my mum used to hush it up real quick. She used to
say, "He's rebelling". I had a copper say to me - because
I cut meself real bad when I was around about, just before
I was made a state ward - and the manager of the coppers
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said to me, "What happened?" And I said, "I cut meself".
And therefore I told them I was hurt but they didn't really
investigate it and my mum said, "He just hurts himself".
MR LATIMORE:

Alright.

MR HENRY:
So the manager of coppers knew about it, like
one of the coppers said to me, "What's going on?" Because
he knew I was scared, like, I shiver, I just start
shivering. He asked me what was going on, I was too scared
to say anything. 'Cause I was told if I ever got - said
anything I'd be dead. And that still scares me to this
day.
MR LATIMORE:
Alright. So when you suffered the abuse,
was there any times when you were sort of badly injured and
had to go to hospital?
MR HENRY:
Yeah, I had blood in me undies, me mum tried
that - Mum was an ex nurse, she just do it herself, clean
it all up.
MR LATIMORE:
So you never got taken to hospital or
anything like that?
MR HENRY:
Never got taken to hospital. I was - when I
went to hospital, a doctor said to me, he said why is all
these marks on me, because I had marks all over me body
from where they hurt me, and he asked what was going on and
I said I just hurt meself. I'd never, like, I was too
scared to say to him because it was just, like, yeah. It's
like, when I met Jack I just break down in tears, didn't I,
Jack? It crushes me.
It hurts, because it's, like, how do you get your
story out without anyone believing you? It's just like
where do you get help? My wife is the only that's brought
this to my attention. Like, I lay with her and I just
shiver. I just have to lay and hold her because I just
shiver. If she touches me, I just lose it, I'm gone. And
now I'm locked up and she's defending for herself.
(Indistinct.
MR LATIMORE:
That's why we're here, Dean, to give you a
voice to hear you.
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MR LATIMORE:
Okay, so this is your chance to tell us.
I'm sure Jack does, I'm sure Jennifer does as well, but I
certainly believe your story.
MR HENRY:

Thank you.

MR LATIMORE:

Okay.

MR HENRY:
Because it's just, like, I'm locked up now, my
wife is out there. They won't let me go home. I just
wanna go home.
MS CSOMA:

Just take a deep breath.

MR HENRY:

I want you to work with me, Jack, please.

MR DALBY:
You come back any time you like.
you get out of here.

As soon as

MR HENRY:
I gotta front parole, I gotta get a solicitor
for parole, I don't know how I'm gonna do that. I front
them in the next couple of weeks.
MS CSOMA:
Is there anything else that you wanted to put
on record at this stage, for us to take back to the
commission.
MR HENRY:
Just virtually, like, I just hope something
gets down about this because there's, like, I've had enough
of it. It's like, it just, it's all got to stop. It's
gotta stop now. Because I don't know how many other kids
are getting hurt out there, but I know what was like, like
Peter and Paul and all them would know what it's like too,
like people that were in Renwick Boys' home, it's just like
you don't win. It's like no matter what you do, you don't
win.
MS CSOMA:

Are you getting the support that you need?

MR HENRY:
No. Only Jack - when I was out there, I
started getting the support with Jack.
MR DALBY:

We only saw each other one time.

MR HENRY:
Yes, he saw me the one time, we had a good talk
and I broke down in front of Jack in there and he was, "I
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want to see you on a regular basis". And then parole at
Goulburn asked me where am I going, I told them I was going
down to Canberra and she put a curfew on me, she
wanted - tried to break me and Debbie up. And I wouldn't
obey by the bloody curfew so they locked me up. So
virtually, like, I didn't get to see Jack again. But I
know that I will work with Jack, I could probably get
through this, get an understanding -MR DALBY:
I wrote the parole people a letter just
confirming the work that we were doing but they didn't make
any difference, unfortunately.
MR HENRY:
It's just like I got parole in the next three
weeks, ay, so I to have - just let me go home to Deb. I
just need to get home -MS CSOMA:
You're only in here for breach of parole,
aren't you?
MR HENRY:
Yeah, I need a solicitor or someone to
represent me.
MS CSOMA:

Yeah.

You on any medication at the moment?

MR HENRY:
Yeah, I'm Olanzapine and also Modecate
injections.
MS CSOMA:

Okay.

Daily?

MR HENRY:
I get the Modecate every fortnight but I get
the Olanzapine every day, every night, for my sleep.
MS CSOMA:

Is that helping?

MR HENRY:

Sorta.

MS CSOMA:
helping?

The memories are still there but it is sort of

MR HENRY:

Yeah.

MS CSOMA:

How are the suicidal tendencies going now?

It's just --

MR HENRY:
I have had a few but I have managed to be able
to cope with it. It's just - I've got me photo of my wife
and my stepson and that's what keeps me going. That's what
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makes me stop going to hurt meself and most of the stuff,
it's just like I want to get back home. If worse comes to
worse, just move out of here and move up to Queensland or
something, just get out of Sydney. Because once it just
comes out, people are going to like want to square up, if
you know what I mean, especially Sam Abraham and Louis
Bayer, they're going to want to get me knocked.
MS CSOMA:

Yes.

MR HENRY:
And Sam Abraham, even Jack can verify it, he
looked at all my shit and he's always on the phone, he just
(indistinct).
MS CSOMA:
Jack was saying that you might like to put your
story into like a written version as well, so we would
welcome that coming here as well, so we could have both the
recording and that, that would be great.
MR HENRY:
Yeah.
read it out.
MS CSOMA:

I have written something there, I'll

Yes.

MR HENRY:
When I think of all the pain that I have
gone through, I am scared for my wellbeing.
And my wife and my stepson youse all have
hands of -I don't know, I can't understand it meself now, it's
gone - virtually, I want to virtually like go home, be with
my wife and son and start a new life.
MS CSOMA:

Yes.

MR HENRY:
If it wasn't for Deb, this would never ever
have come to the surface. I tried to hurt meself before I
come into custody, the day before I come into custody,
because I wasn't coping, and it was just like, yeah, and I
took a pile of pills so I ended up in hospital. Because I
knew I was coming back to this shit hole. I just didn't
want it anymore.
MS CSOMA:
out for.
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MR HENRY:
That's right. And like Deb (indistinct) how me
and Deb met, like she was in this kind of justice program
and she gave her job up for me. So it was a blessing in
disguise there and she's a really cool girl.
MS CSOMA:

She sounds like she's a really caring person.

MR HENRY:
Yeah, she is. She's the one that brought it to
the attention because of the way I used to sleep. She used
to hear me have the nightmares. I shut my eye I flashback
to it all, and it like scares me.
MS CSOMA:
So you're suffering from nightmares and
flashbacks as well?
MR HENRY:

Yeah.

MS CSOMA:

Not good.

MR HENRY:

No.

MR DALBY:
Dean, would you like me to read that letter out
for the tape?
MR HENRY:

Yeah.

MR DALBY:
Because it was hard for you to say it. Sorry,
which one? That one? Because, of course, I don't have my
glasses either:
When I think of all the pain that I have
gone through, I am scared for my wellbeing
and my wife and stepson. Youse all can
hand off -MR HENRY:

Hands off.

MR DALBY:

Long break?

MR HENRY:

Long break, yeah.

MR DALBY:

Okay:

And Sam Abraham were sometimes.
So sorry, my eyesight is not a good as I thought.
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MR LATIMORE:
Sometimes taken to places where they would
get -MR DALBY:
Hurt with pitchers - pinchers?
MR HENRY:

Pinchers, yeah, taken.

MR DALBY:
Taken off those crimes and a -I'm sorry, I don't know.
MR HENRY:
Gas up for where we were whipped and raped,
told when to do - told what to do and we
were told if we didn't do this they'd made
a example of us. I was always a - getting
off pain and sometimes taken but always
scared to come and come into.
I can't understand that word meself:
To sell the two years - for so many years.
This never saw them again.
The two girls I'm talking about there.
MR DALBY:

Okay.

MR HENRY:

Never saw them again.

The two girls.

MR DALBY:
You never saw them again, these are the two you
mentioned before?
MR HENRY:

Yeah.

MR DALBY:
Thank you for helping me.
Then your signature.
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MS PARSLOW:
MR HENRY:

How about if we maybe we sit down together -Yes.

MS PARSLOW:
-- write all this down into something that is
sort of, you know, in a - the whole story and I type it up
and we get something to you.
MS CSOMA:

That would be great, Jen.

MS PARSLOW:

Okay.

MR LATIMORE:
It would be really good if
go through obviously the background story
has affected Dean's life, the effect that
and then also what he's, I guess, looking
coming to the Commission.
MS PARSLOW:

you could sort of
and then how that
has had on him,
to get out of

Right, okay, let's do it.

MR LATIMORE:
And if he's got any ideas for the
commissioners about how it could be prevented in the
future.
MR HENRY:
The way it has got to be prevented is you got
to shut those places down, those places need to be shut
down. And people should be screened before they get a job
like that. It's (indistinct) in there. And if it does
happen they should be reported straightaway. Something's
got to be - no-one listens to us kids that been raped,
no-one gives a shit about us. They think you're making it
up. How do you make nightmares up and how do you make
torture up? You don't make that up. Do you know what I
mean? You have a list of so many people that have hurt
you, and you go, "Why has this happened to me? Why?" And
it's like you don't understand it yourself and when you do
it yourself and no-one believes your stories, it's fuck,
how do I win?
MR LATIMORE:

Yes, I understand what you're saying.

MR HENRY:
It's just like you don't understand - you get
molested and hurt and all that sort of stuff when you're a
kid and you grow up and you do it yourself and then people
say, "You done it". I did it because that's what I was
used to. But then I had to live with that and I nearly
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took me life for it. So it's just - like I could get
(indistinct) and I'm pretty sure that straightaway, that
would have been most of them, don't worry about that. The
Rape Crisis Unit at Saint Vincent's check me and said, "My
God". It was, like, yeah, he's "My God". And if I didn't
have the medication I've got, I don't think I could handle
jail, I'd be gone. I'd end up killing meself. They'd just
moved me to another cell and (indistinct) - I live with
three proud people and it just does my head in. But I've
only got a couple of weeks so I want to get out of here
before, like, I go to - actually if the Royal Commission
does want to see me, I want to get out of here before I go
to them because I'm not safe in here as it is.
MS PARSLOW:
And I think he really wanted to emphasise
that he doesn't feel safe here. And having come forward
today, he's concerned about his family's safety as well.
Especially if certain people hear that this has come out.
MR HENRY:
Yeah, I'm gone, so is Deb. They'll attack but
if they can't get to me, they attack her. I can look after
myself, don't worry about that, I can handle myself, but
Deb will be the one (indistinct) jail, the worst scenario
is they are going to stab me, but the worst scenario is
(indistinct) Deb will be - they're out there in minimum
cells at the moment, that scares me.
MR LATIMORE:

Sure.

MR HENRY:
Because like I said, Sam Abraham and Louis
Bayer got big connections.
MR LATIMORE:
MR HENRY:

Yes.

You know what I mean?

MS CSOMA:
This pretty much stays with the Royal
Commission. It's not published out to the general public.
MR HENRY:

Good.

MS CSOMA:
It's kept quite confidential for you. I mean,
that's done for the protection of the people who want to
come forward and give this sort of evidence.
MR HENRY:
I don't know how many other people have come
forward, Bill Brown [phonetic] or the people that have hurt
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me, I don't know, but I pray to God that it's more people
that will come forward, because it's hard, because you
don't know what to say and what to do. The nightmares - I
know with nightmares, I suffer (indistinct) to Jack and it
it's probably all the same.
MS CSOMA:
You've shown a great amount of courage coming
out today and telling us all this.
MR HENRY:
same.

Look at Jack's page, you can see it's all the

MR DALBY:

Yes, that's the information he you gave me.

MR HENRY:

It's all the same.

MR DALBY:

Yes.

MS CSOMA:

Okay.

MR HENRY:
Like, I look on the news now, that Rolf Harris,
the dirty mongrel he's in England, he'll beat that, because
how famous he is. Or they'll slap him with two years' jail
or they'll him with a fine, that's what he'll get. But the
abuse he's done to people, he should get the rest of his
life in jail. I done 12 years for the mistakes I made, why
doesn't he get 12 years?
MS CSOMA:

You never know what he'll get to be honest.

MR HENRY:
The people that do hurt you, they get little
sentence because they got money. But if you got no money
and you're on your own, you get a big whack and you got to
face reality and know that you're going - or the whole jail
system, and it's like, why? (Indistinct) and in the finish
you don't understand yourself why you did what you did,
because you think it is normal. And I knew that - my two
victims that I hurt, I knew him, they were good friends.
Like, there was no violence, I just took revenge on them.
But because I did that, and when they took me to court over
it, I put up me hand straightaway, I didn't put them
through a trial or anything like that, I said it was my
mistake, and I copped it sweet. But these people,
(indistinct) every single one of them, "No, it wasn't me, I
don't know what you're talking about."
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MR HENRY:
It is just like, huh, it's just wrong, it's
just wrong.
MS CSOMA:
to today?

Do you think you've told us everything you need

MR HENRY:

Yeah.

MS CSOMA:

Alright, anybody else got any questions?

MR LATIMORE:
soon, Jack.
MR DALBY:
MS PARSLOW:

I hope to see you down in Canberra very

Do I have a chance to talk to Dean first?
Yes, absolutely.

That would be great.

MR DALBY:

As long as you guys are --

MS CSOMA:
though?

Do you want me to turn the recorder off,

MR DALBY:
That is up to you, Dean, are you going to tell
any more historical stuff?
MR HENRY:

No, that's fine.

MS CSOMA:
Okay, so it is 18 June, Wednesday and it is
1.30 in the afternoon and we are ending this recording now.
AT 1.30PM THE ASSESSMENT AND INQUIRY SESSION WAS ADJOURNED
ACCORDINGLY.

.18/06/2014

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DEAN HENRY

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