THE TUNNELS DID EXIST
A decade ago, I was mocked during a Forensic Psychology class at Bond University for defending the existence of the McMartin Preschool tunnels. The lecturer, Katarina Fritzon, used the McMartin Satanic Ritual Abuse case involving perpetrator Lt. Col. Michael Aquino as an example of ‘Satanic Panic’ and ‘False Memory’ and she used the discredited ‘research’ of CIA psychologist Elizabeth Loftus to support her argument.
Being a victim of both SRA and Lt. Col. Michael Aquino, and having witnessed clear film footage of the McMartin tunnels being bulldozed on Australian mainstream TV news – I couldn’t just sit there and allow a university lecturer to fill the heads of a new generation of therapists with lies. So, I spoke up.
That marked the beginning of the end of my psychology career. A comprehensive account of what followed, and what Bond University did to my career, can be read in my free book Eyes Wide Open, which may be accessed HERE.
Recently (25 October 2019) the FBI released documents relating to the ‘Finders-Keepers’ case. Click on this Twitter link to view the file:
This official FBI release included documents acknowledging the existence of the McMartin preschool tunnels, Satanic Ritual Abuse, the CIA’s involvement in child sex trafficking, and even the microchipping of kidnapped child sex trafficking victims. Here is a plan of the tunnels, taken from the FBI released documents, that I was mocked for saying existed:
And here is an FBI document evidencing the CIA’s involvement in the global child sex trafficking operation:
MORE FALSE ACCUSATIONS
This release of evidence picked the scab off an old wound, and reminded me of the lies Bond University psychology perpetrators told to the psychology registration board about me. These lies were again echoed in the following submission by my perpetrator to Google, to continue the coverup and prevent the public from knowing Bond University’s connection to SRA and pedophilia in Australia:
Here is my response to Google’s defamatory publication about me:
- I did not stalk/harass any Bond University lecturer. I ceased all contact with Bond psychology staff the moment I discovered their false and vexatious notification against me in late 2010. I then pursued the appropriate legal avenues of complaint and appeal, thinking there was such a thing as justice. There is zero evidence of my having stalked/harassed any Bond staff including Fritzon, no such evidence was ever put to the Psychology Board. Fritzon’s lack of evidence is why this Bond University perpetrator lecturer has resorted yet again to lying about me in clandestine complaints to third parties.
- I was a parole officer, have zero criminal history, and zero history of violence. This lecturer did not pursue legal action because she had no evidence to support her claims, and any case would expose her guilt plus her lack of academic integrity. For example, I would produce emails in which she groomed me, used sexually inappropriate language, and slandered her Bond University lecturer colleague Betty Headley to me when I was her Bond University student.
- I never ‘lost’ my registration. Upon advice from both my GP and a Bond University psychiatry lecturer that Katarina Fritzon was “stitching me up”, I refused to submit to a health assessment based on Bond University’s claims that my disability (resulting from a vestibular stroke), plus my child abuse history, made me unfit to work as a psychologist. This false and vexatious notification against me was submitted in direct response to my exposing Bond University’s coverup of a child sex trafficking operation involving a local child protection services office.
- Appealing to the Queensland Police for assistance was, and is, not an option, since Katarina Fritzon employed Gold Coast detective Terry Goldsworthy, who replaced convicted pedophile Paul Wilson as head of Bond University Criminology, to lie to the Psychology Board by fabricating communication with police and telling the Board I was a perpetrator, instead of a child victim, of my horrendous child abuse.
To place things in conspiracy perspective, Katarina Fritzon is the lecturer who coauthored a textbook with her close Bond University colleague Professor Paul Wilson who was subsequently convicted and sentenced for pedophilia:
The character and competence of Bond University lecturer Katarina Fritzon, and the constant failure of the Australian psychology industry to hold the UK import accountable, is well demonstrated in Fritzon’s recent act of plagiarism. Plagiarism is a serious offence and a breach of every institutions ethical code. If a student were to commit plagiarism, that student could be expelled from university and refused professional registration with their relevant industry board.
To put it plainly, Frtizon was sent a university student’s thesis to mark. Fritzon took that student’s work and presented it as her work within her own research article, instead of acknowledging it as the thesis student’s work. When the thesis student from the other university complained, Fritzon had to issue an embarrassing public retraction.
Fritzon tried to explain away her plagiarism by saying she was careless and got a couple of papers mixed up. Er, no… that simply does not happen. Psychology research is a highly methodical and organised process. Psychology is mainly research and statistics. Psychology sets the standard for all academic research. Psychology thesis students spend upwards of 2 years conducting research, writing the thesis, and going over every reference with a fine comb. Psychologists are the most pedantic when it comes to referencing. So, there is no way Forensic Psychologist Fritzon accidentally plagiarised.
Here is an article detailing Fritzon’s plagiarism offence:
A paper on the prevalence of cruel social behavior in the corporate world has been retracted, following an investigation at the authors’ university. According to the senior author, she inadvertently paraphrased a dissertation on the same topic that did not belong to her student and co-author.
On Sept. 21, 2016, Katarina Fritzon, a professor at Australia’s Bond University, and Nathan Brooks, who was Fritzon’s graduate student at the time, published “Psychopathic personality characteristics amongst high functioning populations,” in Crime Psychology Review. The paper suggested that as many as one in five corporate executives exhibited the hallmarks of a psychopath, such as lack of remorse or egocentricity.
Fritzon told Retraction Watch the paper drew largely from the introduction to Brooks’s doctoral dissertation. Along with Brooks’ research, it received media attention worldwide. But Fritzon told us that in October 2016 she received a complaint from another university about the work:
[a] PhD student at that University found some sentences in the review article that were similar to a passage in her PhD document.
Fritzon declined to name either the university or the student.
The complaint triggered an investigation by Bond University that ended in February 2017, Fritzon said, and recommended retraction. The notice, published June 16, 2017, doesn’t say much besides:
Following a withdrawal request from the Authors and the Authors’ institution, we are retracting the paper. We have been informed in our decision-making by the guidance of COPE guidelines on retractions.
The journal’s publisher, Taylor & Francis, told Retraction Watch that they received a retraction request from Fritzon in November 2016, followed by a similar request from Bond.
Whether the Bond investigation looked specifically at the issue of plagiarism is unclear. But Fritzon — who in March 2016 served as an external examiner for the unidentified student’s dissertation — told us she had mistakenly paraphrased the other student when she meant to paraphrase Brooks. She attributed the mistake to “carelessness” and said she has apologized to the student. She added that Brooks received his PhD in June 2017 and that:
There was no question of any wrong-doing on [Brooks’s] part.
CBS New York featured he review paper itself in a TV news segment and a presentation Brooks gave Sept. 13, 2016 at the Australian Psychological Society 2016 Congress drew online coverage from the Telegraph, the Australian Broadcasting Company, and CBS Moneywatch. The journal has not yet been indexed by Clarivate Analytics’ Web of Science.
A spokesperson for Bond University told us it could not respond to our request for comment at this time, because the school was on break.
A page-based error
Fritzon told us:
At the time that I reviewed the student’s work I was also reviewing Nathan’s draft PhD document and unfortunately it appears that two pages from the two documents have become transposed. Either this has occurred on my desk, or it has occurred in the print room when picking up the documents. I can’t be clear but it is obvious when reading the sentences side by side that I was paraphrasing the sentence for the review article thinking that it was Nathan’s work that I was paraphrasing.
The content in question was a review of an existing theory – the theory would have been described by both students as their PhDs were obviously on a similar topic – corporate psychopathy.
She added that she and Brooks have rewritten or removed the problematic parts and re-submitted the paper to the journal:
However, we await confirmation of re-publication.