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Director Media and Public Affairs
Queensland Police Service

Director Media Public Affairs
Australian Federal Police

veterans affairs

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Their media spokesman, Brian ...

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Their media spokesman, Brian Swift, would say only that the Fitzgerald era was in the past.

Their media spokesman, Brian Swift, would say only that the Fitzgerald era was in the past.
Their media spokesman, Brian Swift, would say only that the Fitzgerald era was in the past.

Queensland Police Media Spokesman, ...

www.australianbushrangers.com, 14 April 2006 [cached]

Queensland Police Media Spokesman, Brian Swift:

Business Day : Thailand First International Business Daily

www.bday.net, 7 Dec 2000 [cached]

Queensland police spokesman Brian Swift said further interviews would be conducted.

Police are hoping for an arrest in this matter and that be the objective of conducting the search yesterday [ Tuesday ], he said.
A major clue is reportedly a fingerprint found during an examination of a letter from one of the extortionists.
The suspects, a 61-year-old man and his 54-year-old wife, were among four people hospitalized during the extortion campaign which began earlier this year.
In February Herron Pharmaceuticals reported a threat which forced the nationwide recall of its headache tablets after a doctor and his son were treated for strychnine poisoning.
SmithKline Beecham, makers of Panadol, Australia's top-selling painkiller, recalled its products from supermarket shelves after an extortionist sent letters of demand on May 31 and June 5.
One letter contained a demand for A $ 70, 000 (US $ 37, 800) cash to be left at Sydney's Circular Quay.A police sting to trap the suspects during the exchange collapsed when a passerby picked up the bag.
Then in October an envelope containing an empty Panadol packet with a note demanding $ 2 million was received.

Untitled Document

www.securityshred.com.au, 9 Mar 2004 [cached]

Police media spokesman Brian Swift said officers from the metropolitan north region had been recycling paper for internal use and "a very small amount" was accidentally used on tickets.

Richard's Week

richardsweek.diaryland.com, 16 Nov 2001 [cached]

Police spokesman Brian Swift (whose surname indicates would have reacted faster than the injured officer) made the understatement of the year by acknowledging that "the incident caused the officer a certain amount of reaction".

Reaction indeed.As it turns out, ‘Richard' had been confiscated from his owner, as it is illegal to own a ferret in Australia.This is not so everywhere.In New Zealand it is perfectly legal to keep one in an unused aviary down the back of your property.Which is precisely where we keep ours.
For sometime now our family has kept unusual animals down the back of our property.There are presently half a dozen cages filled with guinea pigs (four), budgies (ten, now nine, after one flew away yesterday) and, in a purpose built coop, seven chickens and one bantam.

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