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“You remain fully aware that Terence Goldberg abused Court processes in order to fraudulently claim a debt which was not in fact owed to either him or his firm.  You are also fully aware of the ensuing money laundering activities of Mr Goldberg; which you continue to ignore.  Very obviously, your actions are deliberate.

Questions remain outstanding as to why you are behaving in the manner as outlined above.  Clearly, you would not be doing so without some form of benefit to yourself.”


In a letter from Symn Waters to John McKenzie, 30 October 2019

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“Despite the large number of complaints regarding Terence Goldberg’s unlawful activities, Mr Goldberg remains without any form of sanction by either your office or those around you.  The question remains outstanding as to why you have consistently gone to untold lengths to protect Terence Goldberg from the weight of the law.”

In a letter from Symn Waters to John McKenzie, 9 September 2019

Click here for the pdf version of the above letter to John McKenzie of the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner:  2019 09 05 – Letter to John McKenzie – corruption

Click here for the pdf version of the above letter to John McKenzie of the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner:  2019 07 22 – Letter to John McKenzie – fraud investigation
“In April 2018, Terence Goldberg, in completely separate Supreme Court proceedings (2015/00354540), while again being the plaintiff, made more false statements in Court, and again in the witness box, claiming that that the sum of $30,000.00 as belonging at that time to Ms Roseanne Beckett was in his firm’s trust account. As you well know, those monies were not in Mr Goldberg’s firm’s trust account.”

In a letter from Symn Waters to John McKenzie, 18 June 2019

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“As stated previously to you, this has all the hallmarks of a criminal network at play, and given the very deliberate protection you have offered to the wrongdoers in this matter, it more than strongly appears that you are playing a central role in that network.”

In a letter from Symn Waters to John McKenzie, 12 June 2019

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“As set out in the attached letter of 8th April 2019 to Ms Radhika Withana of counsel, and as above, the criminality is quite obvious, and yet, you have chosen at all times to turn a blind eye to such, and in so doing you have consistently provided direct assistance and protection to the wrongdoers in this matter.

The outstanding question is why you have done so, and continue to do so.”


In a letter from Symn Waters to John McKenzie, 3 May 2019

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Click here for the pdf version of the above letter from John McKenzie, Legal Services Commissioner:  2019 04 17 – Letter from John McKenzie – complaint about letter to Radhika Withana – received on 23 04 2019
Click here for the pdf version of the above letter to John McKenzie of the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner:  2019 04 23 – Letter to John McKenzie – response to letter of 17 04 2019
“I think at this stage that we can quite fairly and properly state as fact that you are covering up not only issues of serious misconduct, but also acts of criminality. The outstanding question is why you are doing so.”

In a letter from Symn Waters to John McKenzie, 2 November 2018

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“You have a longstanding history of abusing your position as legal services commissioner to provide advantage to others. The question remaining is why you are doing so.”

In a letter from Symn Waters to John McKenzie, 26 October 2018

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“In two rare moments of clarity you admitted that the statements made by Terence Goldberg were false and also that Terence Goldberg did not in fact act for the incorporated association in question, but actually acted for four individuals.”

Symn Waters in a letter to John McKenzie, Legal Services Commissioner, 13 March 2018

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“To the extent that your letter seeks to reagitate your concluded complaints about Mr Goldberg, and as previously stated, I will not be drawn into further, unproductive correspondence in relation to those complaints.”

John McKenzie, Legal Services Commissioner, 7 March 2018
Such complaints were not concluded

Click here for the pdf version of the above letter from John McKenzie of the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner:  2018 03 07 – Letter from John McKenzie – received on 12 03 2018
“I daresay that you would not be foolish enough to provide untrue statements to the Court in relation to such, but given your past performance, maybe you would indeed be foolish enough to do so.”

Letter to John McKenzie, Legal Services Commissioner, 13 March 2018

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“In summary, Terence Goldberg fraudulently created a debt against an incorporated association by making the false claim that he acted for such association. Mr Goldberg then contrived with other persons to wind up such association and pass on the remaining monies belonging to that association to the home address of one of those persons, with that person holding criminal convictions in relation to child sex offences.”

Symn Waters in his letter to John McKenzie of 19 February 2018

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“I have put the specific question to you on a large number of occasions, seeking the basis for your claim that Terence Goldberg acted for both the four plaintiffs and the sixth defendant in the same Supreme Court proceedings and you refuse to answer this very simple and straightforward question”

In a letter from Symn Waters to John McKenzie, 20 December 2017

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“…arising from Mr Goldberg’s representation of the late Reverend Patricia Cleary and other members of the Enmore Spiritualist Church lncorporated in relation to the litigation that concluded in 2009 and subsequent dissolution of the Church.”

John McKenzie on 17 November 2017
Finally, the truth



Click here for the pdf version of the above letter from John McKenzie of the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner:  2017 12 15 – Letter from John McKenzie, OLSC – refusal to carry out internal review
“As previously stated, I will not be drawn into any further correspondence with you with respect to my decision not to conduct an internal review.  My decision stands and the reasons for it are self explanatory.”

John McKenzie in his letter of 15 December 2017
Despite Mr McKenzie’s above statement, no proper explanation has been received, self-explanatory or otherwise

Click here for the pdf version of the above letter from John McKenzie of the Office of the Legal Services Commissioner:  2017 12 15 – Letter from John McKenzie, OLSC – imputations – received on 20 12 2017
“As stated in my letter to you of 27th November 2017, the Law Society must seek supporting documentation in relation to complaints, which it did not do and therefore provided clear advantage to the solicitor about whom I complained and improperly dismissed my complaint despite clear conduct issues.”

In a letter to John McKenzie of 15 December 2017

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