Ian Howard Franks

Dear Australian Human Rights Commission,

I have continually been vindicated by false records and actions of NSW state statutory bodies who capitalize on false and miss leading medical records and false "diagnoses" pertaining to non existent "mental conditions" only attributed to bogus Mental Health workers, who persuaded authorities, with false records, for me to be placed under "guardianship" and later, unruly "Trustees" to have all my rights removed, my voice squashed, branded, and NO JUSTICE to correct the situation, even after representation by local MP's and multiple letters to the NSW Attorney General who washes his hands of proper responsibility to intervene, and right a serious WRONG in "law" that has gone on for 10 years now, with NO truth or proper JUSTICE for my case to "SET ME FREE, as a competent and productive Citizen

Yours faithfully,
Ian Howard Franks

Freedom of Information, Australian Human Rights Commission

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