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EYE-BALL Zombie-Leaks –
Index of Uploaded Documents.
Updated 4th Jan 2012
Hello – this is a new site – early 2012 – and is published to allow for the indexing of research documents discovered in a long ago FRAUD and Corporate Rape of a NSW Building Society by the NSW State Governmentand its agent – The State Bank of NSW.

This is a work in progress and as the documents are reviewed, their upload will depend on importance, relevance and whether public display will hinder intended legal action.For ease of reference and continuity – the will is to upload in date order – earliest to latest.

The documents held cover a period from 1930 through to 1996. Many of these documents in isolation will not mean a great deal – but where relevance is important – comments will be made connecting the document to is place in the overall timeline of events.It is intended that separate index listings will be made for NSW Legislative Acts – for Legal Opinions – and for Individual Persons who played a direct part in setting up the ‘ENTITY’ [State Building Society – SBS] with intent to stage a conspiracy that ended up as FRAUD committed against the SBS members and shareholders.

To identify these persons of interest by name they include – Nick Greiner, Barrie Unsworth, Neville Wran, Gerry Peacocke, Ron Baker, David Horton, Terence Sheahan, Nick Whitlam, John O’Neill, Paul Kearns, Rick Turner, Ian Fraser, Bob Thomas, RA Brown, RM Northam, A Knowles, RG Booth, Reg Watson, and others who played lesser roles. Documents held incriminate all these persons at various stages and degrees of ‘skullduggery’ and some became directly involved during 1988 with intent to defraud the SBS Members and Staff.

Some of the more serious allegations will carry criminal charges and depending on what level of Government investigates, i.e. Federal, State, Administrative, ACCC, ASIC, Civil or other form of prosecutorial structure – the level of charges will vary.

All that can be said from advice received to date – that statutes will not apply provided the evidence implicates Government Ministers – and civil proceedings will flow as a result.

There is a call out to all past SBS employees and members to register your name and current contact details for ready reference. A class-action is being investigated – and these details are required to create a database of potential litigants. You will find the FORM submission at the bottom of this page.

Links to Document Listings:

Updated 3rd Jan 2012:

Some Background:

The links below provide a history timeline of events that led to the 1931 Amalgamation Agreement Act between the then Government Savings Bank of NSW and NSW Government and the Commonwealth Savings Bank – CSB.

[This is as extracted in part from the text of the verdict summation at the end of the 1985 court proceedings between the CSB as plaintiff and then as defendant and the NSW Government – NSWG – and their agent – The State Bank of NSW – SBNSW – both as defendants and then plaintiff’s.

  • Link to History Summation – PDF fileWord file. – some 25 pages of riveting Australian Banking history at a time when the ‘Great Depression’ era flowed over into State and Federal politics. Justice Lockhart receives high praise to his summation of the evidence presented during the 3 year court drama.
  • Link to Auslii site – full judgement – some 130 pages …
  • Link to 1931 Amalgamation Agreement Act – PDF fileWord File.

Updated 4th Jan 2012:

These newspaper articles come from many angles – pro SBNSW and pro SBS – they make for interesting reading to gather knowledge on how O’Neill and Greiner played their game via the media and how the SBS and OFT Minister played their defence strategy.  Nobody got the real story – many hedged around it but it was a controlled environment with the NSWG and O’Neill’s henchmen holding all the cards. Hope you enjoy the history …


The FORM submission below will allow you to register your details if you so wish. If you register you will be placed on a mailing list for all future updates relative to document uploads and other matters being pursued in this matter.

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