Deaths resulted by DHS actions

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Dear Department of Human Services,

I refer for additional information related to question on notice HS 39 (SQ17-000120) asked to the department during budget estimates hearing for 2017.

Roughly based on these stats the department's actions are causing over 1000 death's per year.

May I kindly ask for the following information:

1) Is there any policy that the department has implemented to avoid this situation (even one death is too much). If so could you please provide a copy of this document.

2) Is there any 'post-mortem' investigation processes implemented for analysing and investigating the actions of the department staff under WHSA 2011 or other relevant legislation to make sure that all safety procedures were complied with?

3) Was there any reference for prosecution for any actions resulting in those over 1000 deaths per year?

Yours faithfully,

Anatoly Kern

Anatoly Kern left an annotation ()

This is just one of the examples of the processes happening within the governments of why people need to support this system.

People are killed on a systematic basis and the only "oversight" is "eh hm, we've heard you are killing people, do you even count them somewhere?" from so-called representatives during allocation funds to this insanity.


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Anatoly Kern left an annotation ()

No postmortem investigations and no prosecutions with more deaths coming each year. Hello to the public ignorance of it.