NSW Attorney General - Release Deborah Robinson from Custody

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Deborah Irene Robinson was jailed on order of Magistrate McPherson of the Inverell Local Court, on 20 June 2019, for failure to appear, and failure to report to police. However, she had done both.

The charges against her would not attract a prison sentence if she is found guilty. Yet she is forced to wait in a jail cell until that hearing occurs.

She was also jailed for failure to appear in the District Court in Parramatta, by the Magistrate in Inverell.

This is making it hard for her to appear anywhere now, to defend vexatious charges bought against her, especially in regards to the charges bought against her by NSW Police, listed for mention then hearing in the Parramatta District Court.

Mrs Robinson, who as a school teacher, made a mandatory report to DOC’s about a sexually abusive drug dealing parent.

The state of NSW now appears determined to punish her for making that report.

We cannot disclose any of the details of those matters, so as not to affect the hearings, or be in breach of legislation preventing these events from being aired in public.

Mrs Robinson, has suffered seizures for all of her life. Since being jailed she has been experiencing those on a regular basis. She was hospitalized at the outset of her incarceration, and now has been rushed to hospital again today from the detention centre.

She has been put into a medically induced coma.

Obviously, she cannot attend court on 4th July 2019 in Inverell, nor will she be well enough to attend court on 8th July 2019 in Parramatta.

We the People demand that Mrs Deborah Irene Robinson be released from jail, and/or the court order made by Magistrate McPherson, on order of the NSW Attorney General Mark Speakmann, Mp, as soon as that can be arranged.

If the state wishes to continue this witch hunt against this woman through the court system, then allow her to rest up at home and recover physically and mentally first.

Please arrange for an ankle bracelet and home detention for Mrs Robinson, if not her immediate release from the custody arrangements imposed on her by the Inverell Local Court and enforced by NSW Police.

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