We [Anonymous] just happen to be a group of people on the Internet who need—just kind of an outlet to do as we wish, that we wouldn’t be able to do in regular society. …That’s more or less the point of it. Do as you wish. … There’s a common phrase: ‘we are doing it for the lulz.
AVENUES OF EVIDENCE
Mental Health Review Tribunal
The previous registrar at the NSW Mental Health Review Tribunal named Rodney was a lovely and compassionate gentleman that clicked straight away with Matthew. He not only sent Matthew audio recordings of every tribunal hearing he was present at. It is important to note these were never sent electronically via email but always by Australia Post. Rodney claimed that the tribunal’s firewall would pick up on the email attemtpt and block the outbound connection and the only way I could obtain these recordings was if he sent them via post and CD. Whether or not the firewall reasoning is in fact valid, or if Rodney was protecting himself and doing the processing without approval or wanting attention is not of our concern. As you will see to the right, Matthew clearly wrote on all audio recording release applications that part of the reasoning for the request was for “Accountability”, therefore giving us the option and avenue to make them public domain and release them on this website as all we are merely doing is making the NSW Government as Matthew puts it, “accountable”.
Rodney also at two separate times intervened and used his power and knowledge of the system to obtain notes written by the psychiatrict regitar at two of Matthew’s impatient visits as he was quite concerned there was falsfied and misleading information on them, which later and if you tune in to our episodes was an alarming and very correct thought Matthew had. These reports or patient client notes as you will, were very fiercely and illegally denied release of by the consultant psychiatrist initially. Thanks to Rodney, now retried we were able to get them finally lifted and in our possession for cross-examination and analysis.
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
The Freedom of Information Act 1982 gives you the right to request access to government-held information. This includes information they hold about you or about government policies and decisions.
Multiple applications were made by Matthew and associated third parties to obtain the release of sensitive information, some of which is present on this website.
The fact that NSW Health had been with-holding such data from Matthew is a worry to begin with, what possibly could they be hiding from a mentally ill patient that is so sensitive that to obtain it, matters had to be escalated to the highest of authorities, at a federal level.