MARINA OLSEN

Aldo D'Agostino Toll Group

ALDO D'AGOSTINO

Owen Nelson PowerBar + Musashi

OWEN NELSON

Margaret Shearer Lawyer

MARGARET SHEARER

John Cusick Lawyer

JOHN CUSICK

Kim O’Connell KWM

KIM O’CONNELL

Michael Barker Lawyer

MICHAEL BARKER

Jose Tabacinic Arnet

JOSE TABACINIC

Pilar Vargas Arnet

PILAR VARGAS

Rob Vitale Post Holdings

ROBERT VITALE

Julie Robb Lawyer

JULIE ROBB

Judge Manousaridis

JUDGE MANOUSARIDIS

Justice David Yates

JUSTICE DAVID YATES

Annabelle Bennett 5 Wentworth

ANNABELLE BENNETT

Justice Stephen Burley

JUSTICE STEPHEN BURLEY

Justice Steven Rares

JUSTICE STEVEN RARES

Chris Weymouth High Court

CHRIS WEYMOUTH

Chief Justice Kiefel High Court

CHIEF JUSTICE KIEFEL

JAMES CHRISTIAN

FOUNDER OF A-SASHI VITAMINS

A-SASHI VITAMINS BEGAN IN THE USA

In January 2013 James Christian (Christian) launched A-Sashi Vitamins (A-Sashi) in the USA as an online business selling a range of A-Sashi branded products. Christian searched globally for a contract manufacturer with capabilities suitable for making a range of specific purpose vitamins & nutritional supplements before providing specifications for the A-Sashi range to Arnet Pharmaceutical (Arnet), a manufacturer with 40+ years of experience and state of the art facility located in Florida USA.

Christian pre-paid Arnet for stock to be produced and delivered to a Shipwire fulfilment facility located in Philadelphia where individual customer orders were packed & shipped. A-Sashi was launched in the USA with advertising via Google Adwords, Facebook, Celiac.com, CBSSports.com, MindBodyGreen.com, San Francisco Weekly, Phillie Weekly, New York Village Voice, Los Angeles Weekly and the Chicago Reader.

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ALDO D'AGOSTINO TOLL

ALDO D'AGOSTINO

FORMER HEAD OF SALES OCEANIA AT DHL

DHL PROVIDED A-SASHI SUPPLIER DETAILS TO NESTLÉ

In March 2013 Aldo D’Agostino, who regularly communicated with Christian from early 2012, arranged for DHL Miami to bulk-ship A-Sashi products from the USA to a fulfilment facility in Australia.

Mr D'Agostino provided A-Sashi supplier details and shipping information to Owen Nelson, former Nestlé General Manager of PowerBar + Musashi. A year later DHL became aware Mr D’Agostino was named in Court documents and after 10 years with DHL he was dismissed from the company.

Mr D’Agostino went onto find work at BagTrans as an Account Manager but was dismissed a year later. Mr D’Agostino is now an Account Manager at Toll Group.

OWEN NELSON MUSASHI + POWERBAR

OWEN NELSON

FORMER GENERAL MANAGER AT POWERBAR + MUSASHI

NESTLÉ & POST HOLDINGS CONSPIRED AND CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI

Owen Nelson initiated a conspiracy to cut supply to A-Sashi and for a collateral purpose Donna Bessell, Nestlé Head IP Adviser Oceania, instructed Nestlé IP lawyers Banki Haddock Fiora (BHF) to commence legal proceedings against A-Sashi.

Lawyers Baker McKenzie acting for Post Holdings (Post) in its acquisition of the PowerBar + Musashi brands (PowerBar + Musashi) from Nestlé, instructed barrister Graeme J McEwan to provide opinion as to whether there was evidence of misconduct and violation of U.S. antitrust laws after it was alleged by Christian.

As a result Mr Nelson after 25 years with Nestlé was dismissed together with Ms Bessell.

MARGARET SHEARER BANKI

MARGARET SHEARER

PARTNER AT BANKI HADDOCK FIORA

NESTLÉ & POST HOLDINGS IP LAWYERS SENT CHRISTIAN A LETTER OF DEMAND

On 21 June 2013 lawyer Margaret Shearer, a partner at BHF, sent a letter of demand to Christian that contained extraterritorial demands and unenforceable threats. Shearer spoke by telephone with Christian about Nestlé financially compensating Christian for a name change and agreed to call back.

Ms Shearer didn't call back and in legal proceedings lied under cross-examination, stating, "he was meant to call me back." Shearer went on extended leave after the Court hearing for unknown reasons.

To intimidate Christian, BHF also deliberately joined a non-party, Christian’s father, to the proceedings. The con job failed and the Court made orders to remove Christian’s father as a party.

Banki Haddock Fiora negligence in handling the matter against A-Sashi caused the firm to no longer be listed as the legal representatives for Nestlé trademarks at IP Australia after 15+ years of representation.

JOHN CUSICK KING WOOD

DR JOHN CUSICK

FORMER SPECIAL COUNSEL AT KING & WOOD MALLESONS

NESTLÉ M&A LAWYERS KWM FILED A VEXATIOUS COMPLAINT WITH THE TGACC

On 29 July 2013 Dr John Cusick, special counsel at King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) acting for Nestlé filed a complaint with the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code Council (TGACC) targeting all A-Sashi products.

The complaint was considered vexatious by the TGACC and later dismissed (click to view the complaint).

Dr Cusick located Christian family members work place details on Facebook and to harass & unsettle Christian during Court hearings, Dr Cusick made menacing telephone calls to Christian family members, calling the sister at her work place on two occasions & the mother at her place of business.

Christian emailed a complaint to Dr Cusick requesting that the stalking and harassment of family members stop.

Dr Cusick no longer represents Nestlé and after 18 years with KWM was dismissed and remains unemployed since June 2018.

KIM O'CONNELL KING WOOD

KIM O'CONNELL

PARTNER AT KING & WOOD MALLESONS

NESTLÉ LAWYERS KWM EMAILED CHRISTIAN

Kim O’Connell, partner at KWM sent an email to Christian in reply to the Cusick complaint, stating:

"Dr John Cusick is a lawyer at our firm, however he is currently on extended leave. I need to know what your issue is with Dr Cusick and in particular, whether Dr Cusick has been acting in his capacity as a lawyer in his dealings with you. This would potentially be a serious issue between Dr Cusick and the firm."

MICHAEL BARKER KING WOOD

MICHAEL BARKER

FORMER MANAGING PARTNER M&A AT KING & WOOD MALLESONS

NESTLÉ M&A LAWYER MICHAEL BARKER DEMOTED & DISMISSED FROM KWM

Michael Barker, former Managing Partner Mergers & Acquisitions at KWM, lead the KWM team acting for Nestlé in the sale of PowerBar + Musashi to Post and failed in the attempt to cover up Post Holdings' violations of U.S. antitrust laws associated with the sale.

In February 2018 after 3 years as Managing Partner M&A at KWM, Michael Barker was demoted to Partner M&A and in June 2018 after 12 years at KWM was dismissed (click to view LinkedIn profile pdf).

Mr Barker remains unemployed in 2020 and in mid-2019 he stated:

“I am currently looking for a new role after a 12-month mid–life ‘gap year’ and decision to make a change in career direction!”

Mr Barker instructed IP lawyers Banki Haddock Fiora acting for Nestlé & Post during litigation against Christian and now BHF are no longer listed as the legal representatives for Nestlé trademarks at IP Australia after 15+ years of representation.

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MARINA OLSEN

LAWYER AT BANKI HADDOCK FIORA

NESTLÉ LAWYER MARINA OLSEN COMMITTED PERJURY

In a Federal Circuit Court hearing while under cross-examination Marina Olsen committed perjury.

Nestlé and Post Holdings counsel Patrick Flynn needed to remind Ms Olsen that she was under oath and to disclose that she was in fact receiving instructions from Michael Barker former Managing Partner M&A at KWM.

Banki Haddock Fiora is no longer listed as the legal representatives for Nestlé trademarks at IP Australia after 15+ years of representation.

JOSE TABACINIC ARNET

JOSE TABACINIC

PRESIDENT AT ARNET PHARMACEUTICAL

NESTLÉ & POST HOLDINGS CONSPIRED WITH ARNET TO CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI

On 13 November 2013, 1-year after Arnet commenced contract manufacturing A-Sashi products, Arnet President Jose Tabacinic cut supply to A-Sashi by refusing to accept an order with US$ 220,000 pre-payment. Christian emailed Tabacinic requesting clarification on the matter, with a reply email from Tabacinic stating:

"I was not aware that you had contacted our company before through our International Department (Pilar Vargas)."

On 14 November 2013 Tabacinic instructed Robert Perez a Sales Manager at Arnet to email Christian with Perez stating:

"At the moment we can't initiate commercial activities with you until the situation between your brand A-Sashi and Nestlé is clarified."

As a reward for cutting supply to A-Sashi, Arnet secured a co-manufacturing supply agreement from the Post Active Nutrition business for the Dymatize brand.

PILAR VARGAS ARNET

PILAR VARGAS

FORMER ACCOUNT MANAGER AT ARNET PHARMACEUTICAL

ARNET PHARMACEUTICAL DISMISSED PILAR VARGAS TO COVER UP

On 21 November 2013 Pilar Vargas former Account Manager at Arnet replied to an email from Christian with Vargas stating:

"I can assure you that Jose Tabacinic was well aware of your company and businesses. We had weekly meetings and I informed him about every single detail of your account."

Pilar Vargas after 12 years with Arnet was dismissed to fraudulently conceal violations of U.S. antitrust laws.

The Arnet Regulatory Affairs Manager was also dismissed in the cover up.

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NESTLÉ COMMENCED LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IN THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT OF AUSTRALIA

On 20 December 2013 for a collateral purpose BHF filed a trademark infringement application against A-Sashi under the Trade Marks Act 1995 (Cth) commencing legal proceedings in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.

Christian spoke with a law firm for advice prior to the legal proceedings commencing and was told words to the effect:

Even if you're right and we don't believe you've infringed either, you need to understand Nestlé get what they want and go all the way to bankruptcy.

IN AUSTRALIA CHRISTIAN WAS SELF-REPRESENTED AGAINST NESTLÉ AND POST AS FOLLOWS:

  1. Federal Circuit Court of Australia proceedings – SYG3214/2013 Société des Produits Nestlé SA & Ors v James William Christian (FCC proceedings), filed by Nestlé on 20 December 2013;
  2. Federal Court of Australia proceedings – NSD940/2014 James William Christian v Société des Produits Nestlé SA & Ors (Federal Court proceedings), filed by Christian on 16 September 2014 to appeal from the 3 September 2014 orders made in the FCC proceedings;
  3. Notice of a Constitutional matter under section 78B of the Judiciary Act 1903 filed by Christian on 5 December 2014 in the FCC proceedings with notification to the Attorney-General George Brandis;
  4. Application for removal to the High Court of Australia for a cause pending in the FCC proceedings filed by Christian on 15 January 2015; and
  5. Application for special leave to appeal to the High Court of Australia proceedings – S239/2015 James William Christian v Société des Produits Nestlé SA & Ors (High Court proceedings) filed by Christian on 17 November 2015.
ROB VITALE POST HOLDINGS

ROBERT VITALE

PRESIDENT & CEO AT POST HOLDINGS

POST HOLDINGS ACQUIRED POWERBAR + MUSASHI FROM NESTLÉ

On 3 February 2014 during the FCC proceedings Post announced it had agreed to acquire PowerBar + Musashi from Nestlé with the acquisition expected to close in Post's Q3 2014 fiscal quarter ending 30 June 2014.

ROBERT VITALE CRIMINALLY CONCEALED POST'S VIOLATIONS OF U.S. ANTITRUST LAWS FROM SEC FILINGS

When Post agreed to acquire PowerBar + Musashi from Nestlé, Post became party to litigation against A-Sashi. And with the proceedings becoming protracted Post delayed the closing of the PowerBar + Musashi deal, to wait for the FCC proceedings to finalise so that the litigation revealing Post's violations of U.S. antitrust laws would be concealed from SEC filings.

On 1 July 2014 with the FCC proceedings not finalised Post announced a 6-month delay in closing the acquisition and entered into an amended stock and asset purchase agreement with the new closing date expected to occur in Post's Q1 2015 fiscal quarter ending 31 December 2014.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch business editor Lisa Brown reported the delay on 1 October 2014 by stating:

When Post announced its plans to purchase the PowerBar + Musashi brands, the company said it planned to close on the deal in Post's third fiscal quarter. However, Post's fourth fiscal quarter ended Sept. 30. Calls to Post and Nestlé about the delay were not immediately returned.

The plan of waiting for litigation to finalise to conceal Post's violations of U.S. antitrust laws failed when on 16 September 2014 in accordance with the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976 Christian filed an appeal commencing the Federal Court proceedings prior to the FCC proceedings finalising in Australia.

Post had an unconditional guaranteed buyer’s obligation under the 1 July 2014 amended stock and asset purchase agreement which stated:

The stock and asset purchase agreement for PowerBar + Musashi may be terminated by mutual consent of the parties and under certain other circumstances, including if the closing of the acquisition has not occurred prior to 3 November 2014.

The Post unconditional guaranteed buyer’s obligation became affected by the Federal Court proceedings resulting in the fraudulent finalisation of both the FCC proceedings & Federal Court proceedings (pre 3 November 2014) for Post to close the PowerBar + Musashi acquisition and to conceal reporting of the legal proceedings from SEC filings, and with Vitale able to cover up Post's violations of U.S. antitrust laws associated with the acquisition of PowerBar + Musashi.

Judge Nicholas Manousaridis (Manousaridis J) presiding judge of the FCC proceedings conspired with Justice David Yates (Yates J) presiding judge of the Federal Court proceedings and the Sydney Registry to fraudulently have the FCC proceedings displayed as finalised on the Commonwealth Courts Portal (CCP) from 17 October–28 October 2014 in sync with Yates J stopping the Christian appeal from commencing by guaranteeing a 42-day stoppage in the granting of the application for leave to appeal from 16 September–28 October 2014.

Post later dumped the PowerBar Australia assets and Musashi trademark at a loss of $40 million in the on-sell to Vitaco Holdings Limited (Vitaco) on 1 July 2015.

JULIE ROBB BANKI

JULIE ROBB

PARTNER AT BANKI HADDOCK FIORA

NESTLÉ & POST HOLDINGS IP LAWYERS BHF SETTLEMENT OFFER

On 16 December 2014, lawyer Julie Robb a partner at BHF, acting for Nestlé & Post, sent a settlement offer to Christian that was ignored (click to view the settlement offer).

BHF sought to cover up evidence of criminal conduct by having Christian give a “written undertaking” to discontinue the FCC proceedings & Federal Court proceedings and to never expose “the subject matter” of the proceedings.

Banki Haddock Fiora is no longer listed as the legal representatives for Nestlé trademarks at IP Australia after 15+ years of representation.

JUDGE MANOUSARIDIS

JUDGE NICHOLAS MANOUSARIDIS

JUDGE AT THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT OF AUSTRALIA

FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE NICHOLAS MANOUSARIDIS COMMITTED FRAUD

Manousaridis J, docket Judge of the FCC proceedings, was a former solicitor at Nestlé lawyers King & Wood Mallesons and a former partner at Post's lawyers Baker McKenzie who were acting for Post in its acquisition of PowerBar + Musashi from Nestlé, with the case being the first trademark matter ever heard by Manousaridis J.

The FCC proceedings interfered with the timing of closing the acquisition of PowerBar + Musashi and the Post unconditional guaranteed buyer's obligation agreement that stated:

The stock and asset purchase agreement may be terminated by mutual consent of the parties and under certain other circumstances, including if the closing of the acquisition has not occurred prior to 3 November 2014.

JUDGE MANOUSARIDIS CONSPIRED & CRIMINALLY INTERFERED WITH THE COMMONWEALTH COURTS PORTAL

Manousaridis J conspired to facilitate Post closing the acquisition prior to 3 November 2014 by fraudulently causing the FCC proceedings to be displayed as finalised on the CCP from 17 October–28 October 2014 in sync with Yates J stopping the Christian appeal from commencing in the Federal Court by Yates J conspiring to provide a 42-day stoppage from 16 September–28 October 2014 (in the granting of the application for leave to appeal) for Post to conceal the legal proceedings exposing violations of U.S. antitrust laws from SEC filings.

Christian sent an email with a screen-save attachment to the Sydney Registry raising the issue of the CCP fraud and received a reply email contradicting the CCP fraudulent finalised status and advising that the FCC proceedings were not finalised at that time with the Duty Registrar email to Christian stating:

"A check of our CCP from the Court Registry does not reveal that this matter has been finalised as at 17 October 2014. Our version of the CCP for this matter shows there is no finalised date."

Christian emailed the Associate of Manousaridis J, with a screen-save attachment showing the fake CCP finalised status and the Associate advised that the matter would be dealt with at a hearing listed for 19 December 2014. At the hearing on 19 December 2014 Manousaridis J stated:

"Don’t you worry about that Mr Christian, just worry about the orders I make."

JUSTICE DAVID YATES

JUSTICE DAVID YATES

JUDGE AT THE FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA

FEDERAL COURT JUDGE DAVID MARKEY YATES CONSPIRED TO FIX COURT OUTCOMES & COMMITTED PERJURY

YATES J FIXED A 42-DAY STOPPAGE FOR POST TO CONCEAL ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS FROM SEC FILINGS

To facilitate Post's 6-month delayed closing of the acquisition of Powerbar & Musashi and the fraudulent concealment of Court proceedings from SEC filings that revealed Post's violations of U.S. antitrust laws, Yates J conspired to fix a 42-day stoppage on a Christian application at the same time Manousaridis J fraudulently tampered with the CCP to show a fake finalised status of proceedings.

YATES J COMMITTED PERJURY IN COURT PROCEEDINGS

In a hearing while trying to cover up issues Christian raised about Yates J fixing a 42-day stoppage to facilitate a Nestlé and Post criminal conspiracy, Yates J nervously lied about co-authoring a book with Nestlé IP lawyers BHF partner Kate Haddock, with Yates J and Christian statements from the hearing transcript as follows:

YATES J: “I can stop you there, Mr Christian. I haven’t written a book with Ms Haddock. I don’t know what you’re talking about.”

MR CHRISTIAN: “Okay.”

YATES J: “So you are mistaken.”

MR CHRISTIAN: “Well, I don’t know how to – I don’t know what else to say apart from, I’ve got a title here that has your name on it, David Markey Yates and Kate Haddock.”

YATES J: “I have absolutely no idea what that’s about. Would you like to tell me what the title is?”

MR CHRISTIAN: “Yes. The title is Trademarks & Passing Off. It was written – the publication was written in 1993.”

YATES J: “Who published it?”

MR CHRISTIAN: “It doesn’t say who the publisher is, but the book is at the State Library of Victoria and that your name, your Honour, and Kate Haddock are authors on the book.”

YATES J: “Well, it’s not me. I have written no book and I have written no book with Ms Haddock. There’s another D.M. Yates who practices in the area of intellectual property. I don’t know whether he is the person who is the author of that book with Ms Haddock. It’s not me.”

But on 3 November 2014 in response to an email from Christian, David Yates, a partner at Corrs Chambers Westgarth lawyers, the other Yates referred to by Yates J, stated by email:

"No I am not the author of the book. And that will be the Judge."

And on 5 November 2014 an email was sent to the chambers of Yates J, from Nestlé and Post lawyers Banki Haddock Fiora stating:

"Mr Christian’s reference appears to be correct. Although Ms Haddock has no recollection of the event."

YATES J FIXED A DELAYED JUDGEMENT OF 8-MONTHS & 2-DAYS

Yates J conspired to ensure a further stoppage in proceedings by causing a reserved judgment for 8-months and 2-days.

Federal Court appeal judgments are delivered within 3-months and in the Federal Court of Australia Annual Report for 2015/16 it states:

The Court has a goal of delivering reserved judgments within a period of three months.

During the Yates J 8-month and 2-day stoppage Post dumped the Musashi brand in an on-sell at a $40 million loss and the new owners Vitaco completed a $332 million initial public offering (IPO) on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) while promoting the Musashi brand in the IPO and concealing the Federal Court proceedings that exposed Post’s violations of U.S. antitrust laws.

Ryan D'Almeida Hive Wellness

RYAN D'ALMEIDA

FORMER CEO AT VITACO HOLDINGS

POST DUMPED MUSASHI AT A LOSS OF $40M ON VITACO

To facilitate the fraudulent concealment of litigation revealing Post's violations of U.S. antitrust laws Vitaco CEO Ryan D’Almeida conspired to conceal the Musashi brand Court proceedings from the Vitaco IPO prospectus.

Mr D'Almeida completed the Vitaco IPO on the ASX on 11 September 2015 in breach of the Corporations Act 2001 for non-disclosure of the Court proceedings in the prospectus.

Seven months later on 21 April 2016 Sydney Morning Herald business editor Simon Evans stated:

“Vitaco goes from glamour stock to a puny weakling in just five months; and the Vitaco share price has halved since late November when it was sitting above $3. It has steadily fallen lower to a point where it is now hovering just above $1.50.”

In December 2016 Shanghai Pharma and private equity firm Primavera Capital acquired Vitaco and delisted the company from the ASX.

Mr D’Almeida was dismissed in February 2018 and went onto find work at the Lynch Group for 17-months before moving to Hive & Wellness Australia in October 2019.

To cover up Vitaco's breaches of the Corporations Act 2001 former Justice Annabelle Bennett (Bennett J) conspired to make orders detailed below.

ANNABELLE BENNETT BOND UNI

ANNABELLE BENNETT

FORMER JUDGE AT THE FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA

FORMER FEDERAL COURT JUDGE ANNABELLE BENNETT PROVIDED FIXED COURT OUTCOMES

On 31 August 2015 Christian filed an application seeking the joinder of the new PowerBar + Musashi owners to be listed as parties to the Federal Court proceedings, due to the 24 August 2015 prospectus for the Vitaco ASX IPO listing new owners as Vitaco Health Australia Pty Ltd & Health Foods International Ltd.

Bennett J placed a stoppage on the Christian 31 August 2015 application by instructing the Sydney Registry to leave the Christian application unprocessed for 21-days. The stoppage provided time for the Vitaco J.P. Morgan & Citigroup joint led IPO to close on 11 September 2015 with the cover up of the fraudulent concealment of the Federal Court proceedings from the IPO (click here to view the application).

BENNETT J HEARD THE CHRISTIAN 31 AUGUST 2015 APPLICATION ON 21 SEPTEMBER 2015

At the 21 September 2015 hearing to facilitate the cover up of Vitaco's breaches of the Corporations Act 2001 for non-disclosure of the Federal Court proceedings in the prospectus for the IPO, and to facilitate the fraudulent concealment from the IPO of litigation revealing Post's violations of U.S. antitrust laws, Bennett J refused to join the correct parties, Vitaco Health Australia Pty Ltd & Health Foods International Ltd, to the Federal Court proceedings.

Instead at the 21 September 2015 hearing Bennett J ordered that Vitaco Health IP Pty Ltd, an entity not listed in the Vitaco 24 August 2015 IPO prospectus, be joined to the Federal Court proceedings, with that entity having been re-assigned the Musashi intellectual property ownership only 2-hours prior to the hearing.

Bennett J also conspired to instruct the Sydney Registry to not list the Christian 31 August 2015 interlocutory application on the CCP until after the closing of Vitaco IPO, and then for the application to be listed as directions on the CCP and not as an interlocutory application hearing.

Former Federal Court Judge Annabelle Bennett retired early from the Federal Court of Australia after providing fixed Court outcomes to 5 Wentworth Chambers (5 Wentworth) former senior counsel Stephen Burley, (now Justice Stephen Burley), who acted for Nestlé & Post in both the FCC proceedings and Federal Court proceedings.

Annabelle Bennett returned to 5 Wentworth Chambers 5 Wentworth as senior counsel in a job swap with 5 Wentworth colleague Stephen Burley. And under the Judges’ Pension Scheme, Australian taxpayers now pay Bennett $20,000 each month for life.

JUSTICE STEPHEN BURLEY

JUSTICE STEPHEN BURLEY

JUDGE AT THE FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA

STEPHEN BURLEY OBTAINED FIXED COURT OUTCOMES FROM ANNABELLE BENNETT

Justice Stephen Burley (Burley J) prior to his appointment to the Federal Court practiced at 5 Wentworth and appeared for Nestlé and Post in the FCC proceedings and Federal Court proceedings, with Annabelle Bennett hearing matters in the Federal Court proceedings.

Burley J practiced at 5 Wentworth from 1993–2016 alongside David Bennett, former Solicitor-General for the Commonwealth of Australia and husband of Annabelle Bennett, and also with mentor Annabelle Bennett at 5 Wentworth from 1993 until the appointment of Annabelle Bennett to the position of a Judge of the Federal Court of Australia in 2003.

STEPHEN BURLEY SWAPPED JOBS WITH FORMER JUDGE ANNABELLE BENNETT IN MAY 2016

Annabelle Bennett returned to 5 Wentworth in 2016 with 5 Wentworth collegiality positioning Burley J to perform a complete job swap after conspiring with Annabelle Bennett to arrange fixed outcomes in the Federal Court proceedings for Nestlé and Post.

JUSTICE STEPHEN RARES

JUSTICE STEVEN RARES

JUDGE AT THE FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA

FEDERAL COURT PROCEEDINGS & JUSTICE STEVEN RARES

In the Federal Court proceedings on 18 November 2015 Justice Steven Rares (Rares J) heard an interlocutory application filed by Christian to stay two orders made by the Full Court on 4 November 2015.

To facilitate the Robert Vitale cover up of Post fraudulent concealment of violations of U.S. antitrust laws from SEC filings and Vitaco contraventions of the Corporations Act 2001 for non-disclosure of the Federal Court proceedings in the Vitaco prospectus for the IPO, Rares J conspired to exclude legal entities, owned by Post & Vitaco, from appearing as respondents when making orders.

JUSTICE RARES CONSPIRED

Rares J conspired to cover up Post's & Vitaco's criminal conduct by causing the third respondent (Premier Nutrition Corporation), the fourth respondent (Post Foods Australia Pty Ltd) and the fifth respondent (Vitaco Health IP Pty Ltd) not to be listed as parties in the Rares J orders and judgment dated 18 November 2015 (click here to view the email sent to the Duty Registrar).

CHRIS WEYWOUTH HIGH COURT

CHRISTOPHER WEYMOUTH

REGISTRAR AT THE HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA

HIGH COURT PROCEEDINGS & CHRISTOPHER WEYMOUTH

CHRISTOPHER WEYMOUTH MISTAKENLY EMAILS CHRISTIAN

On 14 January 2015 Christian went to the Melbourne Registry for the High Court of Australia at 3.55pm to lodge a document but was told by Christopher Weymouth the Registry was closed and to return the next day. Sixteen minutes later at 4.11pm Weymouth sent an email to Sydney Registry staff members Lynne Donohoe and Rosemary Musolino that was mistakenly addressed to Christian.

From: Christopher Weymouth
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2015 16:11:02 +1100
To: James Christian
Cc: Lynne Donohoe , Rosemary Musolino
Subject: Re: Proposed Application for Removal of matter no. SYG3214/2013

From memory, this man has been in several times. Last year.

I just turned him away at 4pm

Small world Lynne

Chris x

CHIEF JUSTICE KIEFEL

CHIEF JUSTICE SUSAN KIEFEL

CHIEF JUSTICE AT THE HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA

HIGH COURT PROCEEDINGS & CHIEF JUSTICE SUSAN KIEFEL

SUSAN KIEFEL DISMISSED THE CHRISTIAN APPEAL

On 17 November 2015 Christian filed an application for special leave to appeal to the High Court from orders made by the Full Court Federal Court proceedings on 4 November 2015.

On 7 April 2016 Justice Kiefel dismissed the Christian application and made orders as follows:

1. The proposed appeal does not enjoy sufficient prospects of success to warrant the grant of special leave. The application should be dismissed; and

2. Pursuant to r 41.10.5, we direct the Registrar to draw up, sign and seal an order dismissing the application.

Adam Friedman Arnet

ADAM FRIEDMAN

CFO AT ARNET
PHARMACEUTICAL

IN 2020 ARNET CLAIM NOT TO BE PARTY TO A CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

In a letter sent by Adam Friedman to Christian dated 20 April 2020, Arnet denied conspiring and cutting supply to A-Sashi in stating:

“If Arnet did any business with any of these companies, those transactions were entirely coincidental; or perhaps the companies learned of Arnet during the course of your dispute. We were not bribed or otherwise incentivised to stop filling your orders.”

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