Australian government remains SILENT on JUDICIAL FRAUD
According to Anti Paternity Fraud Advocate Cheryl King, "Paternity fraud was effectiv...more
The 7th of April 2010 marked the fourth anniversary of the Magill v Magill paternity fraud case in Australia, effectively creating two remarkable precedents in terms of the perpetuation of fraud in this country. According to Anti Paternity Fraud Advocate Cheryl King, "Paternity fraud was effectively endorsed by Australia's highest court, the High Court, denying the plaintiff Mr Liam Magill any legal recourse against the woman who fraudulently deceived both Mr Magill and two of his three children into believing that he was their father." King further stated that "this deception continued even after separation, involving financial fraud which the Court deemed need not be re-paid".