Source: Crazy Days and Nights
This A list dual threat actress who is an Oscar winner/nominee and an Emmy winner/nominee has been trying to find all the secret records her father had on child sex abuse.
Her dad, who was the leader of a ring, has volumes of records about those he abused, no one can find.
Nicole Kidman’s ex-brother-in-law Angus Hawley’s sudden death ‘undetermined’ – 2015
Mystery still surrounds the late-night death of Angus Hawley, high-profile Sydney businessman and Nicole Kidman’s former brother-in-law.
The 46-year-old father-of-four, who was married to Antonia Kidman for 11 years, died while on a business trip to New York on April 25, 2015.
“The cause of death is undetermined and the manner of death is undetermined,” Julie Bolcer, director of public affairs at the NYC Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) told Fairfax Media last week.
The sudden death of one of Sydney’s “society princes” attracted much public interest, but the findings of his autopsy have never been released. A freedom-of-information request by Fairfax Media in March to access the autopsy findings was denied and then an appeal against this decision was also denied by the New York Office of Chief Medical Examiner last month in the interest of preserving the privacy of the family. – Source
Antony Kidman dies amidst child abuse allegations – 2014
ON WHITE BALLOON DAY 2014, September 7, an event meaningful to me because it raises awareness for child sex assault victims, the main perpetrator of my childhood abuse, Antony Kidman, died suddenly in Singapore.
Yesterday, he had his funeral.
Kidman was, I allege, part of a Sydney-based paedophile ring of which I was a victim up until the age of 15.
What is undisputed is that, at the time of his death, Kidman was under investigation by the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC), the Psychology Council of NSW and, presumably, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse, as well as the police.
Since 1986, I have reported Kidman’s crimes to health professionals — none of whom adhered to mandatory reporting legislation, until 2008.
In 2008, I reported Kidman’s involvement in a Sydney based paedophile ring to the NSW Police, specifically Justin Hadley, who is currently based at the Dee-Why station.
In 2013, I formally reported Kidman as a perpetrator of child abuse to the Royal Commission at a private hearing in Brisbane.
Later in 2013, I made an application to the NSW Victims of Crime, naming Kidman and other perpetrators.
NSW Victims of Crime used subpoenaed medical and other documents (dating back to over 20 years) to determine on the balance of probabilities that I was, indeed, a victim of crime. – Source