SAPOL is Hopelessly Corrupt
Formed in 1838, South Australia Police (SAPOL) poses as a law enforcement agency. In reality, its primary functions are to raise revenue for the SA government, form lucrative alliances with criminals (most notably drug producers/dealers), extort South Australians, protect influential pedophiles, and vigorously harrass and falsely prosecute those who resist or publicly highlight its corrupt activities.
Revenue Raising & Extortion
SAPOL has a long history of extorting South Australians – everything from revenue-raising via traffic fines to standing over brothels.
Child Abuse & Pedophilia
SAPOL’s involvement with child abuse has encompassed direct abuse by officers, and the protection of influential South Australians involved in pedophilia.
SAPOL officers, detectives and senior figures have long been involved in the illegal drug trade. Those who have stepped forward with information on SAPOL’s involvement have been subject to extreme persecution from the highly vindictive force.