Union members call for his immediate release.
On 15 October 2014, at the order of the Public Guardian and Public Trustee, Ross Taylor was abducted from his family home at Sunnybank.
Those that took Ross have a motto: ‘Protecting the rights of vulnerable Queenslanders‘.
Ross Taylor was a meatworker and former member of the Australasian Meat Industry Employees’ Union (AMIEU). Ross worked hard to live in his own home where he had resided since 1978. His wife Ellen passed away in 2003 and an unscrupulous accountant defrauded Ross of his house.
The Public Trustee refused to take action to recover the property. Under the orders of Peter Carne, ALP associate of former Premiers, Goss, Beattie and Bligh, a Queen’s Counsel applied to the Supreme Court that no further action be taken against fraudsters who had stolen Ross’s life savings.
Ross Taylor had funded the West End Community Centre, AHIMSA house. As a result of fraud, the community centre came under the control of the Public Trustee who permitted the building to be sold for $970K when the aboriginal community through Sam Watson had offered market value of $2.5M. ·
We call upon workers and their unions to demand that the Attorney General, as minister responsible, order his immediate release.
For further information contact
Bernie Neville – Ph (07) 3300 1405 or mob 0437 439 754 email: firstname.lastname@example.org