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Wrecking-Crew Rachel Drew – the lawyer who’s about to hit the Bunger brick wall

A few weeks after I wrote the stories about the schoolteacher Dargusch and his strange public utterings, and the the publisher of this site decided that it was in the public interest to make parents aware of his actions and thus put my stories to press, I received an 11 page letter from a lawyer named Rachel Drew, who is a partner at a law firm in Creek Street named Tress Cox.

I didn’t know it at the time, but have subsequently discovered that another lawyer named Katharine Philp is also a partner at the firm, which will

But first to Rachel Drew, and her 11 page letter.

It’s apt that the lawyer’s correspondence ran to the same number of pages as there are flanneled fools in that other lawyer Tub-Thumping Tommy’s low-grade team of cricketing hacks, because in her epistle of many thousand mostly meaningless words Ms Drew attempted to go the slog on me much like Thumper attempts to go the slog on the trundlers that toss them down the 22 yards of the local park wicket, and without about the same degree of success, which of course is none at all.

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Normally I don’t have much good to say about Thumper – after all, what positives can you draw about a bloke who abandons his ailing Mum and refuses to provide her carer some respite – but I will say that at least when he’s wielding the willow the neglectful son abides by the Wisden ruled.

Wrecking-Crew Rachel Drew however neither plays by the rules prescribed by the Marquis of Queensberry, nor abides by the ethical standards set by the Queensland Law Society, and thus feels it acceptable to threaten, harass and without due cause bully litigation targets that she is fully aware are afflicted by a mental illness.

Whats more, and far worse, is that Ms Drew appears to believe that it is proper legal practice to make highly defamatory claims without any foundation whatsoever that the said litigation targets are responsible for the deaths of child abusers -to in effect label the litigation target as a killer – merely because the criminal responsible for raping the target as a child chose to take the coward’s highway to Hades and hang themselves rather than t face trial and punishment for their pedophile crimes.

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The unfounded defamation doesn’t stop there though, because she goes on to assert without any foundation or skerrick of truth that the concerns about Dargusch’s conduct that I detailed in my stories were somehow motivated by profit rather than a desire to protect children from discrimination and harm. She has a vivid imagination does Wrecking-Crew Drew, but fantasy is best related in Harry Potter novels, not in untoward threatening legal tomes to litigation targets.

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It is then no surprise that in among her threats to have the target’s home stormed – and his seriously ill parents traumatised in the process – Wrecking-Crew Drew delivers a spirited defense of the conduct and behavior of the Primary School teacher who chose to post pictures of school-yard sex on his social media pages, and to promote group love and naked kids, and make references to school children’s crotches, in among his various other vile and violatory vilification of almost anyone who is not like him.

Oddly though, Ms Wrecking-Crew seems to believe that young adults are not children, despite the fact that the laws of both Queensland and the Commonwealth declare that are, and she also appears to believe that publications made by a person at a time that they are a registered and practicing primary school teacher, and easily accessible by the children under their tutelage, are somehow totally unrelated to the publisher’s professional life.

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People are strange, but Tress Cox lawyers are clearly stranger, as evidenced by the fact that in her delusions – or rather perhaps as an improper battering-ram style tactic – Wrecking-Crew deigned to demand that I provide defenses to claims that are still to date unmade.

Wouldn’t that throw the cat among the centuries-old common law, and alter our system of justice forever if potential defendants were required to provide defenses to potential litigants before their lawsuits were even lodged?

Defense lawyers would be out of business in five minutes flat, and before you know it we would have entered a time warp and traveled back to Berlin, and the year would be 1939 and the sound of breaking glass and the smell of smoke from burning parliaments would be filling our senses and chilling out souls.

There was but one reply I could render to such unprofessional and unethical demands, and as rude as it was, render it to Wrecking-Crew I did.

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I wasn’t Whistling Dixie either, and very soon now Wrecking-Crew is about to discover, like many before her who have unwisely attempted to bowl a beam ball at the boof-head of a Bunger boy, that one should know thine enemy before they prance in and project the poison pill.

But ya know what? Now I’ve found out more about these Tress Cox lawyer clowns none of this comes as a surprise, because do you know who one of Wrecking-Crew’s partners in the firm is?

None other than Ms Katharine Philp, the Anglican Aid Ambassador and the filly who seems to think its simply fine to serve bread and wine at church on Sundays in the company of convicted pedophiles and former convicts who serve on the church roster with her, and no doubt spend half of the service peering lasciviously at the young lads in the congregation while they tingle inside.

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Now I am not saying that the schoolteacher Dargusch is kiddy-fiddler, not for a second, but is there anyone in the world who could possible hold that the publications he made to the universe at large are not wildly inappropriate and totally untoward?

Of course there are.

Tress Cox lawyers.

What the hell is wrong with these well-educated legal eagles?

Kevvie at the Bunger – who is a bush lawyer of wide acclaim in the Zillman Waterholes area – always says never to ask a question to which you don’t already know the answer, because you may not like the answer that you receive in reply.

So maybe I just shouldn’t ask.