Sunday, April 8, 2007

Australian Security Commission Inquiry Re: Taxi Mafia Crime Spree

Faruque Ahmed
P O Box – 349
Alexandria – 2015, Australia
Mobile: 041 091 4118

Thursday, 5 April 2007

NSW Minister for Fair Trading
PO Box 972
Parramatta - NSW 2124 Australia
Tel: 61 2 9895 0111 Fax: 61 2 9895 0222

Re: Australian Security Intelligence Commission Inquiry

Dear Minister,

Two taxi industry executives namely John Bowe and Howard Harrison admitted under oath, in front of CC Connor of the NSW Industrial Relations Commission (Matters 4181/544 - 2004):
A. They have been lying to the courts and commissions,
B. They have been making false and fabricated submission at the courts and commissions,
C. They have been denying workers lawful entitlements most of the time and
D. They have been double dipping the taxman by claiming tax relief for unpaid workers entitlements.

Only last year, we have proven in front of three eminent Federal Judges of the Australian Competition Tribunal (Matter No 3 of 2005) that the same lot of taxi industry leaders have:
i. Failed to tell the truth to the Australian Trade Practices Commission,
ii. Mislead the Australian Trade Practices Commission and
iii. Used racism to obtain some authorisation for their advantage.

Ideally speaking, these proceeds of crime (hundreds of million dollars) should have been seized and utilised for public and workers safety and welfare.

Ironically, these are the same people who are involved with:
1. Taxis Combined Pty Ltd,
2. Combined Communications Network Pty Ltd
3. Cabcharge Australia Pty Ltd
4. Taxi Council Pty Ltd.
5. NSW Taxi Council Pty Ltd

In light of the above and many more allegations, as well as public a good and safety at this stage we would like to request the Australian Security Intelligence Commission to open appropriate investigations to ensure people involved with the above mentioned public and private companies are fit and proper person and adhering laws and regulations of the land accordingly.

With thanks.

Sincerely Yours

Faruque Ahmed

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