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The NSW DPP to withdraw all charges against Gary Jubelin. NOW: WE STAND WITH GARY JUBELIN

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The NSW Department of Public Prosecution has filed 4 charges against Dectective Cheif Inspector Gary Jubelin. Those charges being alleged breaches of the Surveillance Device Act 2007. It has not been made public under what section of that act Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin has been charged. However it is now known that the recorded conversations were in relation to the disappearance of 3 year old William Tyrrell. We the undersigned members of the Australian Public are demanding all charges laid by the N.S.W DPP, against now former Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin be withdrawn forthwith. As the mother of a Homicide Victim, I along with numerous other Homicide Victims Families and Missing persons families know the unending work, time & dedication Gary Jubelin has put into bringing resolve to numerous Victims families as well as his ongoing support of Homicide Victims & Missing persons families, who,s family members cases have not been resolved by N.S.W legal system. Gary Jubelin’s work on the Willian Tyrrell case has been constant & he has kept that case in the public’s eye since he was placed as Lead Detective on that case. Gary Jubelin has worked with dedication to solve crimes & supported so many victims families since joining the N.S.W Police Force in 1985. It is a travesty that the hierarchy of the N.S.W Police Force, are treating a man who was an extremely hard working, dedicated high ranking officer, with such disregard after all the years of hard investigative work that has provided positive results from his dedication to the N.S.W Police Force. Please Stand With Gary Jubelin & support this petition by signing & sharing it. 

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