I Told You So

“We have people in the United States of America that breed children in order to sell them. And when they are sold they come without birth certificates which means it’s easier to kill them and have no-one ask where they are.”

Public Rallies to Secure Vindication for Fiona Barnett

I would like to thank all those fellow child abuse victims and victim advocates for supporting me. People have supported me in different ways according to their ability and resources. Many had the capacity to lodge complaints with the NSW Police Commissioner and/or the NSW Victim Rights Commissioner concerning the mishandling of my case.

The concerned public’s efforts have produced a result. Victim Services decided to divide my claim up and make a ruling on just one of the incidents of crime, leaving me free to make further claims if I choose. How the system works is, when a single perpetrator is responsible for multiple crimes, those incidents are lumped together and treated as one incident.

Victim Services chose to rule on one incident, the abuse I experienced at the hands of my sadistic step-grandfather Peter Holowczak. They decided on the balance of probabilities that Peter Holowczak did sexually and violently assault me on multiple occasions. One source of supporting documentation Victim Services quoted was a 1993 hospital file entry stating: Ms Barnett presented to hospital “requesting help for sexual abuse by grandfather when she was a child.”

This decision is consistent with Victim Services’ initial, 2014 ruling that on the balance of probabilities I was indeed sexually abused by the multiple perpetrators I reported to the Child Abuse Royal Commission – including Peter Holowczak.

A sum of $10,000 is ridiculously inadequate compared to the harm Peter Holowczak cost me financially, psychologically, academically and professionally over the past 40+ years. However, this decision provides a sense of validation and recognition that I find healing. Also, this ruling offers a sense of hope to my fellow victims of abuse who are vicariously impacted by my public highs and lows. It shows the public what can be achieved by banding together and bothering in the face of an impossible enemy. In the scheme of things, this is a big win.

Our smallest efforts are not futile. Look at what has been exposed since I first went public: Pizzagate / Pedogate, Weinstein / #metoo, NXIVM child traffickers and, most recently, the Australian VIP pedophile ring involving Labor Party speech writer Bob Ellis. It’s only a matter of time before the big one cracks and the true nature and extent of child trafficking is exposed in Australia and abroad. Whether or not it happens in my life time, my decision to jump in first has well contributed to that swelling tidal wave of exposure.

Here is the Victim Services documentation:

Fiona Barnett

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. (Philippians 4:13)


The Watergate break-in was strictly based on one thing – the pedophile records that were being kept at the Democratic National Headquarters.

– Det. James Rothstein, NYPD, Retired

In October 2016, I presented at a Trauma and Dissociation conference in Seattle, USA. Following my talk, one attendee approached me in the hotel lobby where my fellow presenters sat at their merchandise stalls. “All this!” she shouted while sweeping her arm across the sideshow alley of over-priced books, stickers and fridge magnets, “All this – is shit! You have the real stuff! Where’s your book?!” Tears welled in her eyes. “Write a book! Please write a book!”

Yes, I have the real stuff. I’m not some arrogant academic pretending to understand what it’s like to be a victim of the most heinous crimes. I lived it. I spent my developmental years trapped in a mind control labyrinth. I then spent my adult years navigating a way out. I eventually achieved what few victims have, true integration. I may therefore declare with authority what does and does not work.

I prefer the term ‘victim’ to ‘survivor’ because the latter implies my ordeal is over. My ordeal will likely never end. As Dr Reina Michaelson warned, “Fiona, I think this is a life sentence.” I serve a life sentence for crimes committed against me, with the full knowledge and blessing of the Australian government. I am constantly harassed by police, paid agitators, pedophile payroll academics and journalists, DID sleeper cells, perpetrator relatives, fake victims, fake advocates, professional social media trolls, and retired intelligence community thugs hired to do the dirty work of the VIP pedophiles who dare not overtly attack me since that would attract media attention to their role in the international child trafficking operation.

Recovery from extreme abuse begins with realising the true nature and extent of international child trafficking. In 2015, a certain journalist wrote favourable articles about me concerning my Sydney press conference. I subsequently phoned and asked him to investigate and publish my full story. If only one mainstream journalist published my testimony against Antony Kidman, I reasoned, it would blow the international child trafficking network wide open. During this call, he relayed a conversation he once had with “a couple of spooks” who told him that all senior politicians are pedophiles because that is how they are controlled. He asked me if that was my story.

“That’s exactly right. That’s consistent with my experience,” I tried to contain my excitement. “The mainstream media has long documented the CIA’s involvement in drugs and weapons trafficking, right?”

He agreed, noting there had just been another story about that in the mainstream press.

“Well then, is it so hard to imagine they are also involved in trafficking children – which is far more lucrative than guns and drugs? ASIO and the CIA work together to traffic children between Australia and America. They’re the ones who trafficked me.”

The journalist promised to consider my request, bearing in mind he had a young family and publishing my story would surely place them at risk. But he never got back to me. A short time later, he suddenly developed a rare and aggressive form of cancer. I called him, expressed my condolences, and we chatted for a bit. At the end of the conversation, I mentioned I was considering writing a book. I asked him to clarify and elaborate on what he told me of his encounter with the “spooks”.

“I never said that,” he bluntly asserted.

I sighed in resignation… It was over. There went my last chance at breaking into the mainstream media. There went years of building rapport and credibility with mainstream journalists. Years of investigating other abuse cases and passing my findings on to television and newspapers. Years of driving journalists around the district to meet the victims themselves. Years of results in other cases. The Gold Coast Hogtie Doctor story went international, with Neville Davis being permanently banned from practising medicine in Australia (although, that doesn’t stop him setting up shop in Thailand). Gary Willis’ 20-year child abuse spree ended with a permanent ban on his teaching for the NSW education department (although, that didn’t stop him from working for Education Queensland, at Tallebudgera Primary School). And NSW police were forced to do a mop up investigation of Daruk Boys Home after sensational headlines about a victim having his penis cut off went global (although, they left out the bit where Daruk boys were trafficked to VIP pedophiles at Kings Cross child brothels).

I had come so close. My 2015 press conference was statistically the most popular story on the Sydney Morning Herald website that day, even though their computer technicians refused to list it as the most viewed article. The USA National Inquirer intended to run a front-page story about Antony Kidman being a pedophile, until they received a vicious letter from Nicole’s lawyers. A journalist and her photographer husband flew up from Sydney to interview me for a major Australian magazine – until Nicole, who had lucrative contracts with Sydney’s media outlets, took a “Scientology approach to managing” me. Finally, a UK journalist travelled around the country interviewing me and two other victims of Antony Kidman for the Daily Mail Online, until one of the victims (whose parents were Antony Kidman’s personal friends), was threatened and subsequently withdrew last minute.

Despite everything the pedophile network threw at me, my story still got out there, such that if you Google Antony Kidman’s name, the words ‘child abuse’ soon follow. Once Nicole Kidman’s PR team shut down my mainstream media exposure, by drawing on Kidman’s lucrative contracts with every Australian media outlet, I turned to the internet. Armed with a simple meme app and a talent for lyric writing, I launched my own social media campaign. I spent years in front of the computer, communicating with hundreds of victims and supporters, many fake, many genuine. I hit the conspiracy theory jackpot when David Icke featured an enormous photograph of me and my story on his Australian speaking tour.

My tactics worked. Online articles about Nicole Kidman, where the pubic was free to leave negative comments, were followed by streams of intelligent attacks on her orchestrated stardom. I realised my impact when Kidman’s PR team paid a newspaper and a morning television show to feature an article tellingly titled, ‘Shame on you, Australia. Stop hating on Nicole Kidman.’ People don’t hate Nicole as an individual. They hate what the Harvey Weinstein scandal later highlighted: that Hollywood rewards something other than an ability to sing, dance or act. Hollywood rewards loyalty to their pedophile system.

But no amount of alternative media success can match a complete break into mainstream. So, I admitted defeat. I stopped posting and even checking my sites.

Days before the 2016 US Presidential Election, I received a barrage of texts from old friends asking if I was okay. People started inquiring about our family’s welfare. I had no idea what was happening. Then I checked my blog site. A spike of 100,000 views in one day stemmed from an article that activist group Anonymous published about my being trafficked to American VIPs. They used my story to undermine Hillary Clinton’s candidacy and expose her involvement in a child sex trafficking ring. The Clinton Foundation was a front for the trafficking of children including Haiti earthquake victims. Bill and Hillary’s trafficking network implicated her campaign chairman John Podesta. Podesta and his brother Tony were staying in a villa owned by UK politician Sir Clement Freud, near British child Madeleine McCann when she disappeared in Portugal. Clement was Sigmund Freud’s grandson who was outed in mainstream British media as a pedophile. John and Tony Podesta perfectly matched the identikit images Scotland Yard released of Madeleine’s abductors.

Pedogate, as the scandal became known, surfaced when Wikileaks released emails from John Podesta’s account in October 2016. The emails notably outed Hillary Clinton as a self-confessed “Molech” worshipper, and captured politicians ordering children for pedophile parties using fast-food code words. The Whitehouse, for instance, made a massive ‘fast food’ order, contravening policy dictating all food be prepared onsite using raw ingredients to counter the security risk posed by externally prepared foods. The trafficked kids were held in transit cellars within local Washington DC businesses, including a restaurant where a drag entertainer was caught on tape boasting about raping and killing kids. Clean FBI and NYPD officers made multiple attempts to charge Clinton and other VIP members of the trafficking ring, but their efforts were typically thwarted by those above them in the chain of command.

Mainstream media giants launched a cover-up campaign against the leaked Podesta emails. The likes of CNN (founded by one of my pedophile rapists, Ted Turner) successfully drew the public’s attention from what was contained in the emails, to who might have leaked them and spread ‘fake news’. Clinton herself never addressed or denied the emails contents. The emails were in fact leaked by US intelligence community staff who opposed organised pedophilia. Mainstream journalists who reported the truth of the matter were promptly fired. Dozens of Clinton staff and associates met untimely deaths, in quick succession. So Pedogate was discredited as ‘fake news,’ despite NBC’s June 11, 2013 televised report regarding Hillary Clinton using her position as U.S. Secretary of State to cease an investigation into child sex trafficking within the State Department.

Pedogate reached the public via social media. YouTube featured interviews with credible witnesses who testified to the existence of an international child sex trafficking operation involving US politicians and the CIA. That was when I noticed retired NYPD Detective James Rothstein. The Pedogate ring, he explained, was the same network he investigated for 35 years. Rothstein observed, the perpetrators were doing everything in their power to shut the Pedogate story down. He predicted the perpetrators would successfully bury it, like every other time their network was almost exposed.

Rothstein explained that the NYPD was no ordinary state police force, but a leading investigative agency with national and international offices. Back in 1966, Rothstein became the first police detective assigned to investigate the prostitution industry. He soon discovered the underground sexual blackmail operation that compromised politicians with child prostitutes. ‘Human Compromise’ is the term he uses for this honey-trap process. Rothstein and his colleagues found that up to 70 percent of top US government leaders had been compromised. The CIA conducted the human compromise operation, while the FBI’s task was to cover it up.

James Rothstein was alerted to an identical VIP pedophile ring operating in the UK, when British Intelligence consulted him regarding the Profumo Affair. MI6 agents visited Rothstein in New York to extract what he knew about British politicians and other VIPs having sex with child prostitutes. This was part of their effort to cover up the true pedophile nature of the Profumo scandal.

Rothstein found the international pedophile rings are connected, and that their members meet at various world locations where each destination catered for a different type of degenerate sexual proclivity, including satanic themed abuse.

Rothstein and his colleagues encountered fierce resistance to the investigation and prosecution of members of the child trafficking operation. His investigative journalist contacts at the New York Times and Washington Post could not get stories about the VIP pedophile ring printed. All police, FBI, customs and IRS officers who pursued the VIP pedophile network above street level had their careers subsequently destroyed.

Rothstein’s attempts to arrest key perpetrators were continually thwarted. The choice example is when he served the head of the CIA’s human compromise operation, Tippy Richardson. According to pedophile turned police informant Ben Rose, in November 1971, Tippy Richardson, businessman Leonard Stewart (from OPEC, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) and a surgeon named Dr Chesky, raped and murdered three boys aged 14 to 15 years in Rose’s apartment on East 64th Street in New York City. The New York State Select Committee on Crime subsequently served subpoenas on both Tippy Richardson and Leonard Stewart. When served, Richardson said that because he worked for the CIA, the subpoena would be withdrawn under the National Security Act by the time Rothstein and his colleague returned to their offices. It was.

In 1972, Rothstein arrested one of the five Watergate burglars, CIA operative Frank Sturgis. During a subsequent two-hour interrogation, he discovered the truth about Watergate. The burglars sought something they nicknamed “The Book” which listed the Democrat and Republican politicians who accessed child prostitutes, their sexual proclivities, the amounts they paid to rape kids, and such.

The official Watergate explanation is that the Liberals broke into Democratic National Committee Headquarters to obtain information about their election strategies. People who lived through Watergate typically comment with a frown, “that never made sense.” Rothstein’s experiences make better sense of why Nixon conspired to quash the Watergate investigation, why he suggested the investigation posed a threat to national security, why his personal secretary destroyed Oval Office tape recordings after they were subpoenaed, and why his own Vice President issued a pardon which protected him from prosecution for any crimes he had “committed or may have committed or taken part in” as president. If Nixon’s crimes included pedophilia, that would make perfect sense.

I am confident President Richard Nixon and his good buddy ‘the Reverend’ Billy Graham were named in the Watergate pedophile records, because I was sex trafficked to both men as a young child.

When I spoke with James Rothstein, he said he had not heard that Nixon was a pedophile, but that he certainly knew from multiple victims Reverend Billy Graham was a rampant pedophile. Rothstein also told me that during his investigations he became aware of an identical child sex trafficking ring in Australia involving Prime Ministers’ Although he never directly investigated it himself, he said Peter Osborne who worked in Australian intelligence knew the details. He also confirmed that Australian politicians and other VIPs attended international child brothels.

Another voice to surface in the wake of the Pedogate scandal was Dutch banker Ronald Bernard. Bernard shed further light on the people and system behind the international child trafficking network during a series of interviews with an Irma Schiffers. Bernard said he worked in international finance and high-end money laundering for 12 years. There he discovered that political power does not reside with publicly elected representatives, but with the world’s 8,000 to 8,500 wealthiest individuals who exercise power behind the scenes and who routinely manipulate the media. These people, he explained, sit at the top of a power structure that resembles a pyramid. Directly beneath them sits the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). Below the BIS sit the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and the World Bank. Below them sit the Central Banks, which are illegally created private banks which oversee the commercial banking system of their respective countries. Below these sit the multinational companies. Finally, below these sit the countries’ governments.

Bernard said the wealthiest 8,000 to 8,500 people created the BIS in 1930. Since the world’s richest individuals are too young to have helped establish the BIS 88 years ago, he must be referring to banking dynasties like the Rothschilds. In a Chapter titled, ‘Banking and the World’s Biggest Business,’ the book Dope, Inc.: Britain’s Opium War Against the U.S. (Kalimtgis, Goldman & Stienberg, 1978) lists the Rothschilds as one of the nine family dynasties responsible for the modern drug industry which, they assert, “is run as a single integrated world operation, from the opium poppy to the nickel bag of heroin sold on an inner-city corner.” The current global drug trade was established by the British Crown during the Opium Wars, when P&O steam lines were founded to transport the drugs, the HSBC bank was established to launder the proceeds, and the ‘court Jews’ (Rothschilds) were employed to financially manage the operation. Apparently, little has changed, and the same operation has simply been expanded.

There must have been some truth to the content of Dope Inc. because its revelations resulted in the HSBC bank losing its licence to operate in the USA. The book also inspired law enforcement officials to swap their assumption that drug trafficking consisted of pockets of independent criminal activity, for the fact it is a global network coordinated by the CIA, with proceeds laundered through banks and funnelled into the CIA’s covert, terrorist operations.

This is the very system Ronald Bernard described. He said his own laundering operation dealt with governments, multinationals, terrorist organisations, and secret services. Secret service agencies, he specified, do not serve and protect a people or country as the public expect. Instead, they are all criminal organizations that trade in drugs, weapons, and children. According to Bernard, the wealthy elites controlled their employees by compromising and blackmailing them – just like James Rothstein said.

The best way to understand the child trafficking industry is to trace the history of the drug trafficking industry. As you read Dope Inc., cross out each occurrence of the word ‘drugs’ and replace it with the word ‘kids’ – this will give you a picture of the child trafficking network that victimised me. Like the drug trade, the child sex trafficking industry is run by the very same people as a single integrated world operation. At the top of this sit the wealthy elite who maintain control by ensuring only blackmailed, compromised politicians, military brass, and government officials occupy leadership. The secret services, including ASIO, the CIA and British Intelligence, coordinate the child trafficking and human compromise operation, receive the victims procured via the little men, train these into suitable assets, and transport the victims nationally and internationally to service VIP pedophiles.

Australia is in the process of two federal investigations, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse, and the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry. Only one of these investigations has shed any light on the global child trafficking network I personally reported to the Child Abuse Royal Commission. On 5 April 2018, the newly appointed head of AUSTRC (Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre) told the ABC news:

I thought coming from the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission that I had a pretty good handle on serious and organised crime side. I didn’t appreciate the depth and breadth of involvement with private entities and banks. I didn’t appreciate how many industries it does actually touch. There’s a misperception that money laundering is a victimless white-collar crime that’s probably just looking at tax avoidance – and it’s not. It’s criminal entities using financial institutions here and nationally to move criminal funds around our country and our financial system overseas and it has a massive impact on everyday life; whether that’s child exploitation, serious and organised crime, drug importation – it all involves money laundering.

Australia’s Commonwealth Bank was subsequently fined 700 million dollars for near 54,000 breaches of anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing laws, including the laundering of proceeds from child sex trafficking, and the channeling of funds into overseas terrorist organisations. So, my very own bank, which wooed my kiddie custom with a green tin money box painted to resemble a building, simultaneously facilitated my child abuse.


An excerpt from a work in progress:


An Australian Experience of CIA Child Trafficking

by Fiona Barnett

How NSW Victim Services Silence Child Sex Trafficking Victims

NSW Victim Services recently gave me an impossible deadline to gather and submit evidence.

Note in their below email they tell me I can apply for my Police file, but that I probably won’t get it in time for the deadline, and Victim Services won’t provide time for me to obtain and submit it.

Victim Services were supposed to already have the content of my police file – yet no reference to this was made in their decision regarding my compensation decision.

Further Victim Services are supposed to have my Gold Coast Hospital files because I signed a form for them to obtain it along with my other files, and when I recently phoned Gold Coast Hospital they told me they still have my file from the early 1990s. Gold Coast Hospital told me NSW Victim Services usually directly apply for victim files.

Here is NSW Victim Services’ email:

From: VS <vs@justice.nsw.gov.au>
Sent: 16 May, 2018 12:54 PM
To: _________
Subject: RE: evidence request

Dear Ms Barnett,

Thank you for your emails requesting Victims Services provide:

  • A copy of all documents and evidence on claim 198004; and
  • An extension of time to provide further information in support of your internal review.

Section 40(5) of the Victims Rights and Support Act 2013 (NSW) states claims can continue to be made under an application for victims support that was duly made in respect of an act of violence until whichever of the following first occurs:

(a)  the expiration of the period of 5 years after the application is made,

(b)  the total maximum amount of financial support that the victim is eligible to receive under this Act in respect of that act of violence has been given.

Your application was lodged on 13 June 2013, and therefore, the application will expire on 14 June 2018.  Unfortunately, Victims Services is unable to defer the application past this date.  The application for review must be determined by a Senior Assessor before this time.

I have now listed your application for determination for the week commencing 4 June 2018.  You will need to provide all necessary documentary evidence and submissions before this time. 

I have attached copies of the documents you have requested.  Please be advised that if you require copies of police reports, you will need to make a GIPA application to NSW police; however this can take up to 20 working days and may not be made available in time for your application to be considered.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Victims Services on 1800 633 063.

Kindest Regards,


VS_2014_4_Gradient-Colour_LowClient Service and Management Team | Victims Services | NSW Department of Justice

Email: vs@justice.nsw.gov.au | Phone: 1800 633 063

Mail: Locked Bag 5118, Parramatta, NSW, 2124

Web: www.victimsservices.justice.nsw.gov.au

Demand NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller opens Fiona Barnett’s VIP pedo case

Sutherland Detective Belinda Abdy was in charge of the investigation into my complaints of a VIP child trafficking network based in Sydney. Police took 4 days of witness statements from me in 2014 and 2015, and promised to take at least 5 more days of statements in 2016. However, in between the last two days of witness statement making, I was pursued by four military looking thugs, and defamed by a British Intelligence agent on ABC Media Watch. Despite these attempts to silence me, I showed up to the 4th day of statement making – but Belinda Abdy did not. In fact, I never heard from Abdy again.

Sinead Harper took the 3rd and 4th day of statements, and she was awesome. She believed me and responded appropriately to everything that transpired. Harper commenced an investigation into my allegations, went door knocking throughout McAlister Ave, Engadine, and attended my pedophile grandfather’s house at 14 McAlister Ave with cadaver dogs and multiple officers. Neighbours told Harper that my account of the Engadine pedophiles was consistent with their childhood memories of various characters and incidents. However, Harper answers to a chain of command – starting with Belinda Abdy.

Following my 4 days of witness statement making, NSW Police subsequently stonewalled me, ignored my emails and calls, and eventually told Victim Services that they never found any evidence supporting my case – when they did. I know because the people she interviewed contacted me.

I am the first victim in Australian history who was child trafficked at the level I was, to come forward and push things this far. And what a fight it has been! Me v the entire sordid system… If I am silenced, the public will not get another victim like me coming forward again. If the public doesn’t support me now – then give up on exposing the extensive child trafficking network that implicates all government organisations, churches, politicians, the military, and our secret services.

If you would like to complain to the new NSW Police commissioner about my case exposing a VIP pedophile network being buried – I his current contact is:

Mick Fuller
NSW Police Commissioner

NSW Victim Services Collaborate with NSW Police to Bury Fiona Barnett’s case against VIP Pedophiles

Hi Supporters,

I’m alive. My ‘family’ and ‘friends’ tried to take me down, but unfortunately for them, I am a modern day Baruch. God has decided, against my better judgment, that my “life will I give unto thee for a prey in all places whither thou goest.” So, no matter what the child trafficking network throw at me – it is God who determines who lives and who dies.

Things were going well, until the network realised I was writing a book about the CIA’s involvement in child trafficking in Australia.

It seems Victim Services NSW, who previously supported me, have been told to bury my case. In 2014, NSW Victim Services ruled that on the balance of probabilities I was indeed abused by a pedophile network. However, they recently decided on the balance of probabilities that I had not been a victim of a pedophile ring. Hmmmm, what an odd contradiction… Since I went off social media, and since I lost my voice as a victim, NSW Victim Services think they can screw me over?

Here is my response to NSW Victim Services’ dodgy findings. I’ve whited out my case manager’s name, and the names of my therapists, for now. If citizens can be bothered protesting the silence of witnesses against the Australian government’s involvement in child sex trafficking, and if you would like to see my expose published, then support me by lodging lodge your complaints with:

Victim Services Commissioner, Mahashini Krishna, email: vs@justice.nsw.gov.au

Here’s me letter to Victim Services:

Internal Review Request

I request an internal review of the decision regarding my Victims Support, plus a review of Victim Service’s mishandling of my case since I registered with them.

I have been denied due process by Victim Services.

I asked in writing that all correspondence with me go via [my Victim Services allocated counsellor’s] office. Victims Services acknowledged this fact in subsequent correspondence.

However, the letter dated 3 April from Mahashini Krishna titled ‘Victim Support for FIONA BARNETT’ Ref 198004S was posted to the address at 26 Laura St.

Victim Services were informed months prior to 3 April that I vacated and sold 26 Laura Street over a year ago.

Consequently, I did not receive the letter dated 3 April from Mahashini Krishna titled ‘Victim Support for FIONA BARNETT’ Ref 198004S.

I finally received the said letter on Sunday 29 April 2018 – 28 calendar days past the appeal time limit.

I request an answer to the following:

  • Why was such an important letter sent to an address that Victim Services knew I had not lived at for over a year?
  • And, why was this letter not posted via [my Victim Services allocated counsellor’s] office as requested?

Victims Services never informed me that my application for support was in the process of being assessed and finalised.

I have never been given the opportunity to include all relevant supporting documentation.

I have never been given support by Victim Services staff in the preparation of my application for Support.

For every phone conversation I had with Victim Services staff since 2014, the entire / or crucial parts of these conversations have not been documented. I requested this be rectified. It was not.

The last time Victim Services staff [Senior Case Manager] spoke to me about this claim for financial support, it was via phone over two years ago, [Senior case manager] apologised to me for the debacle previous Victim Services staff had made of my case, and promised to: “make it up to” me, assist me with preparation of my application for financial support, work with me to divide my child abuse history into multiple claims so that I could get the maximum financial support, and told me that she would consult me during her preparation of my claim, keep me informed of its progress and status, and advise me of what further documentation I needed to submit. This never happened.

Instead, Victim Services stonewalled me for over two years. [Senior Case Manager] and the other case managers to whom my case was continually shuffled, ignored my phone calls and emails, and did not record the content of my phone calls. For example, last year I spent 45 minutes making a phone application for another separate incident on an island in the Hawksbury River, but all record of this conversation and application was wiped/lost.

The last time I communicated with Victim Services, it was with Peta Blood in the presence of [my Victim Services allocated counsellor]. Victim Services took a call from my therapist. They transferred the call to [Senior Case Manager]. [Senior Case Manager] refused to talk with me in front of [my Victim Services allocated counsellor]. [Senior Case Manager] spoke to me, and cut the call short, in a manner that surprised my therapist and left him with the impression that my case was being buried by Victim Services. [Senior Case Manager] made promises to me during this call which she never followed up on.

During that call with [Senior Case Manager], and in previous communication with Victim Services, I complained about the Sutherland Police in charge of the investigation into my allegations against my step-grandfather, and the chain of multiple offenders to which he passed me.

I complained to Victim Services that Sutherland police were violating my rights as a victim.

I made 4 days of witness statements to police in Tweed Heads (in 2014) and Sydney (in 2015). Sutherland Police informed me that they would travel to Tweed Heads in January 2016 and collect another 5 days of witness statements from me.

Sutherland police never took further statements from me. Instead, they stonewalled me, refused to take my calls, refused to return my calls, and ignored my emails. I informed Peta Blood and Victim Services of this. I asked Victim Services for assistance with this.

My rights under the Charter of Victims Rights have been violated, by Sutherland Police and by Victim Services staff.

Page 2 of [Assessor’s] Assessment states, “Police records indicate that statements obtained from Ms Barnett in May 2014, and that no further investigation was being carried out.” [Assessor’s] statement is, by omission, misleading and untrue. It does not mention the further 2 days of witness statements I made in Sydney in 2015 which I submitted to Victim Services. It also does not mention the investigation that Sutherland Police did commence, nor the outcome of that investigation.

Why did [the Assessor] not mention the 2015 police witness statements?

Why did [the [Assessor] not mention the investigation that Sutherland Police commenced in December 2015?

Sutherland Police began conducting investigations into my reported crimes prior to taking the further 5 days of witness statements from me. I know this because witnesses to this contacted me and informed me. Witnesses told me that Sutherland Police door knocked and interviewed residents of McAlister Ave, Engadine. They raided the residence of 14 McAlister Ave with cadaver dogs. They found etchings in the glass windows of external buildings at that residence, of the exact banner that I drew in my initial police statements.

Sutherland Police failed to provide me with information and updates about their investigation of the crimes I reported; which constitutes a violation of the Charter of Victims Rights. It is Victim Service staff job to ensure my rights are being upheld, yet when I complained about police withholding information about their investigation to [Senior Case Manager] in front of my therapist, I was cut short and treated with disrespect.

[The Assessor’s] report omits important information regarding my medical history. These omissions, and the choice of words in the report, paint me as mentally ill for no good reason, and serves only to discredit me and my case.

[The Assessor] does not mention the direct link between my PTSD and child abuse, and self-harming behaviour and child abuse, as documented in my hospital records in the 1990s.

For example, no reference was made to the Gold Coast hospital files, and if Victim Services never had access to these files, no letter was sent to me informing me of this. I only received a letter stating that my Bundaberg hospital files had been destroyed. Doctors Flanagan and Nevin Taylor specifically recorded in my Gold Coast hospital files the words “Satanic Ritual Abuse” and my having notified them of being abused by multiple members of pedophile rings.

As a further example, I know from documented meetings with NSW Health Dept staff that my Tweed Heads psychiatric hospital file was removed from the public hospital by a psychiatrist named Dr Braganza and taken with him to his private practise. This file contains my documented child abuse reporting. I informed Victim Services of this.

Why did Victim Services not request these files from Dr Braganza or send me a release form to sign?

I note that Victim Services previously assessed my case based only on the hospital files they had at the time and concluded on the balance of probabilities that what I reported to the Royal Commission and Victim Services did in fact happen.

On what basis did [the Assessor] contradict Victim Services’ original conclusion that on the balance of probabilities that I was indeed abused by a pedophile ring?

[The Assessor] lumped my many abuse experiences at the hands of different individuals into ‘pedophile ring’. When in fact I was initially abused by my step-grandfather, separate to any pedophile ring. My step-grandfather later passed me on to members of a child trafficking network, who in turn passed me on to another ring of members of a child abuse network. Therefore, my abuse cannot be lumped under one incident titled ‘pedophile ring.’ There are multiple individuals and rings involved.

I request that my case be divided into different claims, and that the abuse I experienced by my step-grandfather be treated independent of that by a pedophile ring.

Do I need a lawyer? Could / would my claim have been / be more successful if I had / have legal representation? [Senior case manager] informed me that I did not need a lawyer and that she would assist me. This assistance was never given to me.

What documents do I need to provide to improve my chances of a successful financial support claim? What is lacking? What is missing?

What impact does the failure of Sutherland Police failure to adhere to the Charter of Victims Right have on the outcome of my claim for financial support?

What other steps can / will Victims Services take to facilitate my case and claim for financial support?

What else do I need to know from Victim Services? What have I not been told regarding my case and claim?

What is Victim Services going to do about their having stonewalled me for the past 2 years?

What is Victim Services going to do about the Sutherland Police having stonewalled me since I made the 4 days of witness statements?


Fiona Barnett

30 April 2018

P.S., Doctor WARICK MIDDLETON, (so-called ‘DID’ expert at Belmont Private Hospital in Brisbane), who says ritual abuse testimonies are ‘metaphors’ –  I know what you tried to do to me via Lucinda Batram / Ella Forbes & Co. You, maggot, are what Corydon Hammond called, a “Dirty Doctor” in his Greenbaum Speech. Like I said to Antony Kidman – I will be your downfall.

Here’s a screen shot of a letter to validate my claim:

VS Internal Review Letter

Dr Victor Chang – Delta Special Ops Psychopath

In 1991, celebrated heart transplant surgeon Dr Victor Chang was gunned down in a suburban Sydney gutter.  Rumors circulated of Chang’s involvement in the Triads (Asian gangs) and the organ transplant black market.  The press speculated whether Chang was being blackmailed, or whether his killing was a case of mistaken identity.  But what if there was another reason why he was assassinated like criminal scum?  What if Dr Victor Chang was Colonel Chan?

It was the surgical lines drawn on 12-year-old abduction, rape and murder victim Michelle, whose body was delivered to Colonel Chan at Holsworthy Army Base, that got Steve to thinking Chan was a surgeon.  Like all of my high profile perpetrators, Victor Chang graduated from Sydney University.  He closely associated with Australia’s VIP child traffickers, especially Kerry Packer.  He was a brilliant heart specialist with skills invaluable to the world of CIA mind control and secret military operations and projects.  His funeral was held at St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney.

Victor Chang’s profile and voice match the sadistic psychopath I knew as ‘Colonel Chan’.  When ‘Chang’ is pronounced by someone with a Chinese accent, the ‘g’ seems silent – so it sounds like ‘Chan’ to a young child (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMMnXOZZX4I).  Researcher Steve McMurray’s father was based at Holsworthy, and he recalled there being only one Asian soldier present at Holsworthy in the 1970s and 80s – and his name was ‘Chan’.  This suggests Victor Chang may have altered his name to disguise his identity, like many of my perpetrators did.

Colonel Chan was associated with Delta, the Australian Army’s special operations unit based at Holsworthy Army Barracks south of Sydney.  What I witnessed at Holsworthy resembles Josh Clarke’s description of the US Delta Forces (http://science.howstuffworks.com/delta-force.htm).  Clarke said Delta Forces operate outside the traditional philosophies and practices of military life, wear civilian clothes, and work for whoever needs them, including the Army, FBI or CIA.  He noted that Mark Bowden interviewed several Delta Force operators for his book Blackhawk Down and described them as ‘professional soldiers who hate the Army’.  Clarke said the US government and military do not officially acknowledge the existence of Delta Force, yet vague references by the US government to the group’s existence have turned up in transcripts from Congressional hearings and biographies of high-ranking military leaders.

The Health Battalion logo is based on an Asian sacrificial blade – not some art competition. Colonel Chan used this on victim Michelle. The Health Battalion was associated with Vietnam, and so was Colonel Chan.

Colonel Chan served in a secret military unit made up of brainwashed, physically and psychologically enhanced assassins drawn from all branches of the military.  This Delta unit was directly related to the ‘Delta’ CIA mind control programming that Fritz Springmeier documented.  This unit included child MK-ULTRA victims who often later joined the military full time.  Children received basic military training from as young as six years of age and officially ranked within an adult unit.  They ate and trained with adult soldiers.

Delta assassin programming is linked to Theta psychic assassin programming.  Suitable candidates for the latter were taken to Dulce military base in the USA where they underwent training with self-confessed Satanist Colonel Michael Aquino who was involuntarily discharged from the Army due to investigations into his involvement in the ritual sexual abuse of children at the Presidio Day Care Center in San Francisco.  Aquino was a Psychological Warfare Specialist in the US Army from 1968 until 1990.  He was an expert in the weaponization of psychic ability, as parodied in the mockumentary, Men who Stare at Goats.  Mainstream science sometimes offers glimpses into what the military hides from the public, military technology that is decades ahead of what the public see.  For instance, consider Colin Ross’ research involving measuring the electrical energy emitted from a human stare (see http://www.rossenergysystems.com/Downloads/Paper_Ocular-Extramission.pdf).

Col. Michael Aquino

Never place a celebrity on a pedestal.  You have no idea who and what they are behind closed doors.

Sydney Grande Dame – Patricia Anne Conlon

Researcher Steve McMurray located the identity of the Sydney Grande Dame I knew as ‘Veronica’ or ‘Ronnie’.  The Grande Dame sat with MK-ULTRA psychologist John Gittinger on the 1974 selection panel in Nazi doctor Leonas Petrauskas’ Engadine lounge room.  What is a Grande Dame? Fritz Springmeier explained:

‘As a child of the Illuminati progressed through its programming, three people had oversight over its programming: its Grande Mother, its GRANDE DAME, and the Programmer… The Illuminati method for killing a GRANDE DAME and passing her spiritual power on is done with reverence. No blood is to be spilled out of respect for the elderly woman who gives up her life willingly. At death, the last breath is inhaled by the replacement to transfer the power… the Grande Dames, are often veiled in ritual and would wear robes with different colored lining. The different colors of linings show the different grades.’

These are the memories of the Grande Dame that I shared with Steve:

  • Tall, attractive, slender, with red hair and white skin
  • Extremely intelligent and academic
  • Private school educated, upper class
  • Kind with moral integrity
  • Good at music and languages
  • Associated with Sancta Sophia College
  • Graduated Sydney University
  • Her parents owned a property and horses out west
  • I couldn’t decide whether she was a school teacher, Sydney university lecturer, or supervised the students at a girls’ student college
  • She died during a ritual at St Mary’s Cathedral when she was 45 and I was 14 years old.

Steve had this information and the following abuse drawings to guide his search:

https://cathyfox.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/7d.jpg?w=254&h=350 https://cathyfox.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/7c.jpg?w=387&h=281


Grande Dame’s Sancta Sophia College room

Steve located Patricia Anne Conlon (nee Carden) as the most likely candidate.  She went by her middle name ‘Anne’ because she shared her mother’s name Patricia Anne.

It is difficult to locate a photo of Anne Conlon, but we eventually found these:

Her biography reads:

Patricia Anne Conlon (1939-1979), feminist, labour movement activist and public servant, was born on 2 November 1939 at Neutral Bay, Sydney, eldest of five children of Sydney-born parents John Hoare Carden, woolclasser, and his wife Patricia Anne, née de Coque. Young Anne was educated at St Joseph’s Convent School, Neutral Bay, Monte Sant’ Angelo College, North Sydney (dux 1956), and—on a teacher’s scholarship—at the University of Sydney (BA, 1961; MA, 1973) where she became senior student at Sancta Sophia College. Renowned for her soprano voice, she competed in the City of Sydney Eisteddfod, and performed in choral and musical productions at school and university.

Disappointed at missing first-class honours in history, Carden taught in public high schools (which she found unrewarding) before and after spending 1964-65 on a postgraduate scholarship at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. At St John’s College, Sydney, on 29 September 1967 she married Telford James Conlon, a physicist belonging to a Labor-connected family. In 1968 she became research assistant to John Manning Ward, professor of history at the University of Sydney, and in 1973 completed her master’s thesis, Eyewitness Accounts of Australia—1815-1850. Her son was born in 1971 and her daughter in 1974.

A founding member (1972) of the Women’s Electoral Lobby, Conlon stood unsuccessfully as the Australian Labor Party candidate for Mosman at a by-election for the Legislative Assembly in July 1972. Next year she was a convener of W.E.L.’s first national conference in Canberra. She helped to produce submissions on conciliation and arbitration legislation to the Federal government, on the disadvantaged position of single mothers to R. F. Henderson’s commission of inquiry into poverty, and—with Edna Ryan—on the minimum wage for women to the 1974 national wage case.

Awarded a grant by the Australian National Advisory Committee of International Women’s Year 1975, Conlon and Ryan expanded their research into a book, Gentle Invaders (1975), which was notable both for the depth and quality of its evidence, and for its pioneering work on the history of women and labour in Australia. Conlon published articles on issues involving women in the Electrical Trades Union’s E.T.U. News, Catholic Weekly and Australian Quarterly. An article based on her thesis had appeared in 1970 in the Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society. In 1976 she was appointed lecturer at the Australian Trade Union Training Authority.

A founding member (1977) of the New South Wales Women’s Advisory Council, Conlon became special projects officer with the government’s Women’s Co-ordination Unit in February 1978. She worked on the Anti-Discrimination Act (1977), on an amendment to the maternity-leave provision and on the welfare of women prisoners. Her achievements impressed the premier Neville Wran [who was a rampant pedophile involved in the Sydney VIP network].

Tall and striking, auburn haired and freckled, Conlon was witty, energetic, compassionate and extremely loyal. At Sancta Sophia she had been volatile and chronically unpunctual. Although she retained her Catholic faith, she broke for a time with the institutional Church because, she believed, it had failed to respond to the women’s cause. She was a good debater, and had presence and authority, but did not seek the limelight, preferring to be a ‘backroom operator’ and to rely on an impressive network of friends and supporters. Politically astute, she was one of the few women in W.E.L. who belonged to the A.L.P.; she disavowed the prevailing philosophy that women should remain lobbyists and not join political parties.

To her profound grief, her marriage collapsed and in January 1979 she was divorced. Six months later she was diagnosed as suffering from cancer. Survived by her children, she died on 13 December 1979 at Mater Misericordiae Hospital,https://pedophilesdownunder.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post-new.php North Sydney. Hundreds of people packed a requiem Mass at nearby St Mary’s Church; typically, she had meticulously arranged her own funeral, even the hymns sung by the choir of her old school. She is commemorated by an annual memorial lecture sponsored by the W.A.C. and by a building at Mulawa Training and Detention Centre for Women which bears her name.   

(Elizabeth Windschuttle, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 13, 1993.)

Telford Conlon

Here are some details about Anne which her biography didn’t mention:

  • Anne’s husband Telford Conlon was close friends / co-authored articles / in music / theater scene with, my abuser Antony Kidman.
  • Telford reveals his occult interests in this interview – http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/scienceshow/was-shakespeare-also-a-scientist/8753492)
  • Anne’s 1979 funeral was held in the same church as Antony Kidman’s funeral.
  • Anne grew up in Greenwich where the Kidman family lived.
  • Antony Kidman was born in 1938, a year before Anne, making them contemporaries.
  • Anne performed in the July 1960 production of The Fairy Queen at Sydney University Great Hall, with my abuser John Bell.
  • MK-ULTRA was rampant at the University of Seskatchewan when Anne was on a social sciences scholarship there, with Professors Humphrey Osmond and Abraham Hoffer being the two biggest perpetrator names after Aldous Huxley.
  • Her in-laws were associated with ASIO.
  • The Carden family has a history of being in the Golden Dawn, the group before the Illuminati went mainstream with Aliester Crowley (http://www.wrightanddavis.co.uk/GD/CARDENS.htm). An Anne Rule Carden was a member of the Golden Dawn and the Theosophical Society, and her son James came to Australia.
  • Anne’s father John went by ‘Jack’ Carden and he worked for Grazco’s Pty Ltd in Bourke, where Anne lived for a time.
  • Anne’s father strangled her mother to death.  John Hoare Carden of Raymond Street, Neutral Bay, appeared before Mrs Margaret Sleeman, charged with murdering his wife Patricia Anne Carden on January 5 at Neutral Bay, on or before January 5, 1984.  He said, ‘I have been blamed and abused for everything – I could not do anything right… I just could not take it anymore.’ (https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/122688813/)

Was Anne a communist spy who faked her own death?  Former Labour minister turned communist spy John Stonehouse did just that (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1218373/Former-Labour-minister-faked-death-Communist-spy.html).  To my memory, Anne Conlon did not die in 1979.  She died when I was 14 years old, around October 1983, during a Grande Dame transferal ritual in St Marys Cathedral, Sydney.  During her final four years, she lived alone at Sancta Sophia College under the pseudonym Veronica or ‘Ronnie’.  She had fallen out of favour with The Order and consequently her children and identity were taken from her.  I find it difficult to recognise her mouth in the above photos because she never smiled like that around me.  I know she didn’t like hurting children, which she had to do in her life-long role as Grande Dame.  I think her reluctance played a part in her demise.  She was extremely sad during those final four years, eventually opting for death to escape her misery and pain.

Alison Miller helped set me up in Alaska

Numerous people expressed concern at my traveling to the USA, fearing I would be bumped off. Well, they did try. This was one of three attempts on my life in the USA.

I think one year is sufficient time for a health board to finalise an investigation. I’ve lost patience; so, here is the complaint I’ve sat on for 11 months.


To the Alaskan Board of Social Work Examiners,

  1. I am writing to lodge a formal complaint regarding Kimber Olson, a board certified licensed clinical social worker. Ms Olson’s work address is 2600 Denali, Suite 606, Anchorage, 907-903-7880.
  1. On 9th October, 2016, I was attending a Seattle conference as an international guest presenter. A social worker who works for Tacoma police, Beth Cook Adams, approached my associate Nicky Davis and asked to speak privately with me. Ms Cook spoke with Nicky and I, and told me she was impressed with my conference presentation.
  1. Beth told Nicky and I that she was due to travel to Anchorage, Alaska the following weekend to assist with a two-week intensive intervention with an alleged DID client named Sarah, which had been organised by Kimber Olson. Beth indicated that there was a severe shortage of volunteers to assist with ‘baby-sitting’ the client of a night time at her accommodation in hotels and a remote cottage in Eagle River Valley. Beth also indicated that she was nervous about assisting with a DID client.
  1. Nicky and I offered to travel to Anchorage at our own expense and volunteer, if the organisers were interested.
  1. Beth said that Kimber was desperate for volunteers as there were gaps in the roster.
  1. I made it clear that Nicky and I were not licensed health professionals.
  1. Beth made a call to Kimber who immediately agreed to our assisting.
  1. Nicky and I flew to Alaska on Monday 10th October.
  1. We were collected from the airport by Kimber Olson who had the client in the car. We drove to Kimber’s office. Kimber then loaned us her car while she had a lengthy therapy session with the client. After this, Kimber drove Nicky, the client and I to a shopping centre where Nicky and I purchased groceries that the client requested. Kimber then drove us to the remote cottage in Eagle River Valley.
  1. Nicky and I were not briefed prior to being left at the cottage with the client. We were never given a chance to speak alone with Kimber prior to being left with the client at the cottage. In fact, we never got to speak with Kimber in person about the client at all.
  1. Kimber told us in front of the client that the client had complaints about a therapist (also named Sarah) who previously stayed over with the client. The complaint was that the therapist wore pyjamas in front of the client, invited other people to stay over at the accommodation, and took the client to a movie.
  1. Kimber informed us, in front of the client, that the client was a victim of ritual abuse and was diagnosed DID. She said the client’s perpetrators were called the ‘Group’, and that the client had provided a list of perpetrators. These perpetrators included the managers of Alyska Hotel. (Nicky and I were subsequently advised to cancel our booking at that very hotel, which we had made within earshot of the client).
  1. Kimber told Nicky and I that the purpose of the intervention was to prevent contact between the client and her perpetrators while the client was provided with regular therapy sessions that lasted up to 5-6 hours.
  1. At the cottage, Kimber told Nicky and I (in front of the client) that the client was prone to self-harming by cutting. Kimber placed 4 rolls of cloth bandages on the table and instructed us, if the client cut herself we were to bandage her wounds but not contact the hospital or the police because both contained members of the offending ‘Group.’
  1. The cottage contained a large collection of kitchen knives. A hunting knife sat in one of the bedrooms. These knives were not removed by Kimber in preparation for the client’s stay, nor did she suggest they be removed. Nicky later removed and hid them of her own volition.
  2. The cottage had no cell phone reception. It did have a landline.
  1. Nicky and I did not have a car. Kimber suggested we hire a car so that we could transport the client back and forth to her therapy sessions in Anchorage and wherever else the client wanted to go. She wrote down the name of a preferred car hire service. Nicky and I did not want to hire a car because (a) it was a large expense, and (b) I was apprehensive about driving a client on the opposite side of the road to what I am used to in Australia, under a set of different road rules that I did not know. I had just had a trial drive in Kimber’s car and we decided it was too stressful and risky.
  1. The cottage had wifi access. Kimber said she would phone us with the wifi password. She instructed me to provide the wifi password to the client so she could email Kimber. This seemed counterproductive since the point of the isolated location was to severe the client’s contact with her alleged perpetrators. Nicky and I were told the client worked in IT at a local University and was proficient with computers.
  1. On the Wednesday, Kimber allowed the client to go out with friend (her former therapist) for the evening. This seemed counterproductive to the expressed goal of isolating the client from external contacts.
  1. The Eagle River cottage was situated in bear and moose territory. Nicky and I were not warned of the potential danger from wildlife. I specifically asked the client whether it was safe for Nicky and I to hike, and whether there were bears, and whether I needed bear mace. The client told us we were safe and there were no bears. So, Nicky and I went for a walk on a nearby trail on the Tuesday. Then on the Wednesday I hiked for 4 hours alone to the top of a nearby mountain. Later, locals told me I was at great risk hiking in that area, especially alone. I recall seeing fresh bear scat on the walk.
  1. Kimber told Nicky and I that the client tended to rise at midnight and try to leave the cottage. She told us the objective was to stop the client leaving the cottage. This was difficult since the client was large and aggressive.
  1. Kimber told Nicky and I that the client typically manifested 2 personalities, one child alter and an aggressive alter that tended to swear. She told us to manage both by suggesting they return to bed.
  1. I noted every significant event in email to Kimber, as they occurred. I followed protocol best I could, and this is documented in email.
  1. On the 2nd day, Kimber emailed Nicky and I a vague set of instructions. These included a list of hand signals and physical touches to use should the client act in certain ways. I found the instructions bizarre, confusing and intimidating. I did not feel comfortable touching a client. Some of the instructions were things we should have known at the start.
  1. Kimber’s emailed instructions said that Canadian psychologist Alison Miller was the expert supervisor in this case.
  1. The first two nights, Monday and Tuesday, were uneventful. Nicky and I found the client’s company pleasant and enjoyable. The client seemed relaxed in our company.
  1. At one point, I mentioned to the client that I was due to deliver a presentation to the 18 therapists in Kimber’s class on the Friday. The client asked if she could attend this. I said she would likely find the content upsetting, and that it may be preferable for Kimber to relay the content at her discretion over time during therapy sessions. Later, Kimber invited the client to attend the therapy class, after I had told her it was probably inappropriate. I left it to Kimber to decide.
  1. A critical incident occurred in the early morning of Thursday 13th October. Kimber and the client both warned Nicky and I that something would likely occur on that date because it was ‘reverse Halloween.’
  1. The client told Nicky and I that the 13th was the anniversary of when Kimber had abandoned her the previous year, and that she wanted Kimber to stay at the cottage that night so that they could have some ‘fun’ together and so make up for the bad experience of the previous year. Out of the blue, the client said that ‘nothing bad would happen to Kimber.’ I found this information disturbing and creepy. It left me thinking Kimber was at risk in the client’s company.
  1. Just after midnight, the client descended the stairs to the lounge room, opened the front door and started exiting the house. The client acted like child and so I told her it was cold outside and to return to bed. The client did this.
  1. At 1am, the client came downstairs again and tried to leave the house. As advised, Nicky and I had placed a piece of furniture in the doorway so that we would awake if the client had tried to leave. By this time, Nicky and I were up to our third sleepless night. We shared shifts to ensure at least one of us was awake at all times. The client became aggressive, called me a ‘cunt’ and verbally abused me. I remained calm, told the client we cared about her, and that we were worried about her going out into the night alone.
  1. The client then turned off all the lights. She changed to a different type of alter that she later admitted had never manifested previously. She acted like a problem solver, took a pen and paper and started writing in binary. The client previously told us she saw physical objects in binary. Her behaviour became increasingly erratic and disturbing.
  1. The client then began chanting, ‘The shedding of blood for the atonement of sins.’ She then went to the kitchen, pulled a large 40cm knife with a black handle from a drawer. She pointed the knife at me and then Nicky, and waved it between the two of us. The client had pre-planted this knife in the drawer. She found it in the dishwasher that Nicky had stacked. Nicky had left out one knife for cooking, and hid it in the dishwasher.
  1. I told the client she was placing everyone at risk and to drop the knife immediately. .
  2. The client dropped the knife as I switched on the light. The client then claimed to have no memory for what had just occurred.
  1. I went into negotiation mode with the client, and stayed up for the rest of the night.
  1. I immediately emailed Kimber and detailed what had just occurred.
  1. The following morning, I phoned Kimber. During our conversation, Kimber told me she expected something like the knife incident to occur, and that she wasn’t surprised that it happened. Kimber told me that Alison Miller advised her not to spend Thursday night with the client as planned, due to boundary issues. Yet Kimber expected Nicky and I to stay another night with the client.
  1. I asked Kimber for Alison Miller’s phone number so I could talk directly with her about the situation. I phoned Alison who played down the knife incident, saying the client would likely have used the knife on herself instead of us. Nicky and I do not agree. The knife was pointed at us, not the client. Alison also indicated that she expected Nicky and I to continue with the client.
  1. We have since consulted and debriefed with former USA police officers experienced in homicide and ritual abuse murders. They all agreed Nicky and I were at risk of being stabbed by the client. One former police officer who also pioneered and ran the USA’s leading training college for therapists, concluded the client was a ‘sociopath.’
  1. Alison Miller indicated she was unaware that the client had wifi access and had spent time with a friend. She said this was ‘counterproductive’ since the objective of the two-week intervention was to sever the client’s contact with her usual acquaintances and perpetrators. Alison advised me to be open and honest with the client about the content of my phone conversation with Alison, and that it did not matter if the client was eavesdropping on our conversation – which she was.
  1. After my conversation with Alison, I emailed Kimber and told her that I had ascertained Nicky and I were at risk and would be leaving when she came to collect the client for her afternoon therapy session.
  1. Kimber emailed me and said that she would be collecting the client and that Nicky and I may as well stay at the cottage another night. I replied no, as I felt we were at risk regardless of whether the client was present. We were beginning to become concerned about who the client might be in contact with. Kimber kept asking me whether I was going to inform the client that we were leaving. I certainly was not, as I was now in risk management and negotiation mode. I perceived that the client could snap on us and harm someone if she realised Kimber had pulled the plug on her slumber party and ‘fun.’
  1. Kimber did not collect Nicky and I any earlier than had been planned prior to the critical incident. This was disturbing because during the day, the client became increasingly agitated and aggressive toward us, especially at the notion that Kimber might have cancelled her sleepover with the client that night. She berated me for speaking with Alison Miller about her. I answered that pulling a knife on us was a game changer and that it was my responsibility to ensure the safety of everyone present.
  1. When Kimber arrived, I asked to speak with her alone outside. Kimber pulled a face and acted as though this was a strange, even amusing, request. During this conversation, Kimber stated that she had a bad gut feeling about staying overnight with the client. Then she stopped and said she would first drop the client home, then drive Nicky and I to a hotel of our choosing and have a talk about what occurred.
  1. During the drive back to Anchorage, the client started complaining about me and Kimber. Kimber then announced that she would drop Nicky and I off at a hotel, with the client in the car, and then take the client back to her office for therapy. I was uncomfortable with the client knowing my whereabouts, so I asked if we could instead use the wifi at Kimber’s office block to locate a hotel.
  1. Upon reaching the office block, Kimber dumped Nicky and I in the carpark outside her office block and made it clear we were not welcome inside to use her wifi. It was dusk, very cold, and we had no means of finding a hotel before sunset, save walking and asking people.
  1. The following day, I delivered my presentation to Kimber’s DID training class. It was well received. Beth later told Nicky and I that Kimber emailed Beth in Seattle midway and described my presentation as amazing.
  1. Kimber left the presentation early, saying she had to do something with her kids. So, Nicky and I missed another opportunity to debrief with Kimber following the knife incident.
  1. Nicky and I text Kimber and said we were available to meet with her all Saturday until 2pm. Kimber text us back at about 3pm to say she only just saw our text. She asked us when we were available. We said we were available Monday morning until 12 noon when we were due to fly. Kimber said that time did not suit her. So, Kimber avoided debriefing with us, or finding out what happened.
  1. Two therapists went out of their way to look after Nicky and I over the next few days. Every time they met with us they asked whether we had debriefed with Kimber yet. Nicky and I eventually debriefed with them regarding the critical incident. Nicky was starting to show signs of a trauma response.
  1. I thought perhaps things were done differently in Alaska compared to Australia in terms of protocol, ethical standards for therapists, etc. However, the two therapists informed me that Kimber had indeed breached their standards in a big way. Notably, they said she certainly should have made time for a debrief, and that telling us to not seek medical attention for the client if she cuts herself was absurd.
  1. The client told Kimber, who told Beth, Alison Miller and others, that the client thought Nicky and I were ‘plants’. The client said that the knife was a pocket knife that she accidentally left in her backpack for cutting up apples. Beth told me that she and Alison Miller assured Kimber that I was not a plant.
  1. Nicky and I returned to Seattle and arranged for Beth to accompany us to Canada to debrief with Alison Miller. Alison agreed to this but then cancelled citing an unconvincing reason. Alison Miller never contacted me or Nicky.
  1. During a subsequent phone call, one of the Alaskan therapists Nicky and I debriefed with told me she had not wanted to become involved but that she was becoming increasingly disturbed at Kimber’s behaviour and attitude. She said she herself had been approached by Kimber to volunteer on the client’s baby-sitting roster but declined because the client was described by Kimber as being ‘active.’ She said that when she declined, Kimber acted bitchy toward her for doing so. The therapist considered Kimber had placed multiple therapists at risk, and that they should be warned not to take on that client.
  1. The client told Nicky and I that she had only one friend, her previous therapist who was soon moving away.
  1. Beth told Nicky and I that, at the client’s request, potential volunteers made short videos of themselves for the client, describing who they were and why they wanted to volunteer on the baby-sitting roster. I found this disturbing. It seemed like an opportunity for the client to gather information regarding therapists for no good reason.
  1. In conclusion, I believe that Kimber placed Nicky Davis and I in a potentially lethal situation. Yes, we agreed to volunteer, but we expected the operation to be better organised and more professional than the debacle we experienced, considering Kimber advertises herself as an expert and teacher in the field of DID. I am not a registered health professional. However, I’ve had relevant forensic training and experience, sufficient to recognise that the client was extremely manipulative and posed a danger to every therapist and volunteer on that roster, and that Kimber appeared out of her depths and terrified of the client – such that she was willing to throw Nicky and I to the wolves.
  1. I will forward separately the relevant emails to and from Kimber.



Fiona Barnett

BVA, BSc, PG Dip (Psychology)

31 October 2016