G’day folks, this is Paul Contempree, the author of NSWTG EXPOSED.
I posted this update about my situation on Thursday the 12th of February 2015…
When I was 14 months of age, I was still crawling and hadn’t learnt to walk. Unfortunately around that time, I suffered third-degree burns to both of my legs, due to a hot water scalding accident. This resulted in the amputation of all of the toes on my right foot, plus intensive skin grafting over several decades. I’m now 47 years old.
Well well it’s no wonder that my stump has become infected, due to too much walking around on this fragile pressure point. The NSWTG refused to assist me with relocation to Queensland, but insisted that I be evicted from my mother’s house, and forced onto the street. Not a nice feeling to face possible gangrene infection, and further amputation of my limbs.
My mother had several possessions in her home that she no longer needed, that could have been sold to help me buy a little vehicle, or small motorbike. But the Trustee who turned up at the Supreme Court Sydney during August 2014, along with the NSWTG hired thug Gary Patterson from Shaw MacDonald Lawyers, plus the residing judge J Davies, were adamant that I get absolutely nothing of my mothers.
I was in my mother’s care 45 years ago when this accident happened. Therefore I had every justifiable moral right, to a personal injury claim on my mother’s possessions. But the greedy NSWTG rejected my plea, along with the judge who couldn’t have cared less, and insisted that I be forcibly pushed out onto the street.
I’ve basically been homeless and couch surfing since November 2014, which has involved a lot of standing, lifting, and walking around with heavy items. Not a good thing to do for a foot that is susceptible to breaking down easily.
To add insult to injury, my mother who is under the so called ‘care’ of the NSWTG, has been forced to suffer pain for several weeks, due to dentures rubbing on her gums. The NSWTG has billions of dollars of funds invested in who knows what, but refuses to assist with the comfort of my mother’s mouth.
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UPDATE: Sunday 16 February – My foot sinus has been weeping for 3 days…tonight after showering, the wound split apart.
This sore could have been avoided, if the NSWTG had assisted me with my reasonable requests!
UPDATE: Wednesday 04 March – Tonight I removed a large section of calloused skin, which reveals an open sinus on my great toe stump. I do not have any suitable transport, and am broke due to mounting debts, as a result of the NSWTG evicting me from my mother’s house. I’m bearly able to cope with day to day activities, let alone get on with my existence in a reasonable manner. I am extremely upset to see that my mother has given up hope in her nursing home environment, because of the NSWTG false imprisonment and forced sale of her house. This would all have been avoided, if the NSWTG had not interfered with our lives.