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Our basic common law rights to innocent until proven guilty, the right to remain silent, the right to face ones accuser, trial by jury and even equity are constantly being removed by Parliament, which is unacceptable, I have and will continue to be a loud voice for the reforms needed to restore justice.

During the Humbug scrub fires with the help of supporters I was able to send in 40 fully loaded 4x4’s with trailers every day, going door to door to ensure every affect person and animal we could reach had everything they needed.

I believe secure and equitable democratic practice is the only thing that will lead to a united community that can secure a genuine voice of the people when any debate is held in OUR parliament.

Access to water had always been given right, well so we thought.

If you believe an older article needs updating, or that I am miss-informed, please feel free to write to me and lets debate the topic, I first ran for the senate with my wife Helen back near 18 years ago, and a few times since, over the past decade I have tried to set a good example, getting out there and achieving the change I believe we need, rather than simple words, I have put my money and time into protecting the best interests of my community.

I have stood up for our farmers for over a 15 years, having met with most if not all sectors of primary production, I have held and led rallies for producers, grape growers and their water entitlements for over 15 years, and fought in the political arena and the courts for their best interests.

Over the past 20 years, our government’s refusal to ensure supply kept up with demand, forced them to try and turn water into a commodity, affecting primary production and local industry.

I have worked with investigators and TV exposes to show clearly the many issues revolving around water, from illegal access, missing government sites and promises, to the deterioration of our underground supplies.

I am presently in the courts, full bench of the Supreme Court, fighting for the rights of Farmers markets and community events and fund raisers in general, so I do not back down on important issues as an individual.

So I would not back down as an elected representative.

I have worked to expose water issues with the media, held protests in relation to the actions of the grocery giants; I have set up numerous markets, and helped others with my own time and money to ensure avenues for producer’s to get a fair price for their product, which now feed over 20,000 South Australians.

In Enfield, Parafield, Salisbury, Lights-view and Gawler.

A topic of major concern to all parents, I have worked with a variety of organisations regarding child welfare, held rallies to raise shortfalls in services for the disabled and worked actively on child protection issues, from the Mulligan inquiry to Family's SA and state care accountability.