This information “ LEAKED “ to us by a policeman !
No cover up is there !!!!
Really innocent is he not !!!!
All made up by the mother !!!!
No ways Michael Watter is a paedophile !!!!
The Hon Jo-ann Miller MP
Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Servies
And minister for Corrective Services
GPO Box 15195, City East. QLD. 4002
Dear Minister Miller
Re: The abuse of Cassie Watter and twin daughters Bronte and Isabella Watter).
In 2009 and 2011 my husband, Ridley, and I stayed with friends Arthur and Heather Doubleday at their home in Rasmussen, Townsville. Whilst there, we met their daughter Cassie Watter and her twin daughters Bronte and Isabella whose whereabouts are being sought by police. Throughout our stay, we interacted with Cassie and her children. The girls love for their mother Cassie was very precious to observe as they were always very happy to have her (Cassie) to themselves, always jumping, hugging and kissing her.
In 2011 Cassie and her daughters moved into her parents’ home while we were there. Cassie told us that she had moved there to protect her children from the risk of sexual assault, because she had seen Michael in the bed of one of her twins masturbating himself while looking at one of his daughters. His attention was only drawn to Cassie at the door of the bedroom when one of the children said “Hello Mummy”. Michael sat up immediately and just stared angrily at Cassie daring her to say something. Cassie took the girls out of the room to have breakfast. Cassie was very tearful and upset when telling us about this incident.
We appreciate that some of what my husband and I heard is hearsay but I can attest to the following:-
1. Sometime between 21/08/2011 and 04/09/2011, Cassie asked me to accompany her, Bronte and Isabella to Stuart Police Station, Townsville because the children were going to be interviewed. Cassie only told me “There were concerns to be sorted out”.
Bronte was the only girl interviewed on that day.
2. The next day, Cassie received a phone call from police saying that the case was closed. I rang Detective Rob Garnett, one of the interviewing officers requesting that the case be investigated further and was told “It is just a very bitter custodial battle. But I can tell you the father is a very nasty character.”
3. On the evening of 6th September 2011 I was at the Doubleday’s home with Cassie and the girls and recall that Isabella had been ill and her father, Michael Watter had failed to bring her antibiotic medication from the Cathedral Pre-Prep centre which the girls attended. It was not until after dinner that Isabella said to her mother, “Daddy knows he left my medicine behind but he wouldn’t go back to get it” to which Cassie replied “Never mind, we can get some more, and if not, I’ll go to the school early in the morning and pick it up.”
Shortly after this, Cassie asked me to accompany her and the children to the medical centre. Bronte was obviously had a fever and a bright red rash on most of her body. The GP diagnosed a viral illness. We then went to the pharmacy for medication. Isabella asked if we could get her medicine too and repeated that she had asked her father to return to school to get it for her. Bronte and Isabella were both ill and did not attend school the next day.
4. On Monday 12th September 2011, I assisted Cassie to bath the children. They had fun pretending to sell us the toy animals in the bath. When all the toys were ‘sold’, Bronte laid on her back with her legs apart and Isabella lay on top of her sliding up and down in a sexual fashion. Cassie asked, “What are you doing?” And they said “The same as last night”. She then said “Where did you get that from?” And they said “Daddy does it—it is our funny hugs” and they both laughed. Cassie then redirected their play to the bath toys.
5. On Friday 30th September 2011, sometime early in the afternoon, Cassie said that Isabella would like to speak to me about her fear of visiting her daddy. I talked to Isabella and she said she wanted her mother to tell me what was wrong. When asked if it was about staying the night with daddy, she said “Yes” but did not give any reason. Later, Cassie asked Isabella (as she was still very withdrawn), if she would like to speak to another ‘safe person’. She named Storm Boswell, who was their former baby sitter, then a school teacher. She wasn’t available and Carolyn Seri, the girls’ psychologist was her second choice. We left a message on her Voicemail and she rang later. Isabella was happy to talk to her, but did not mention her concerns about visiting her father.
On that same day, shortly before Michael was due to collect the girl, Isabella. said “Can you please talk to daddy about playing with my private parts?” Both Cassie and I said “Pardon?” and Isabella repeated the question. Cassie said she would. Cassie asked my husband and I to be with her and her daughters when Michael arrived to take them on an access visit. This access visit was requested with less than the required 24 hour notice..
Michael Watter did not acknowledge anyone. Cassie told Michael that Isabella needed to tell him something, so she said to Isabella “Tell daddy what you told me last night and this morning.” Isabella mumbled a sentence and clung to Cassie, refusing to talk or look at her father. Cassie asked, “Have you touched the girls’ private parts? Bronte and Isabella have said that you have and that it was a secret.” He just ducked his head, grunted and laughed.
Michael responded that Bronte and Isabella “are only little girls and they would say anything”. Cassie said that she now knew why they were having nightmares relating to their visits. Cassie also described their behaviour in the bath and their assurance that this is what daddy did. I said that I had witnessed it. Girls of that age cannot imagine adult sexual misbehaviour.
After this confrontation Michael said “So what happens from here?” Cassie said that Bronte and Isabella were seeing a child psychologist and he interrupted and said “I will call the Department of Child Safety to lodge a grievance and request them to speak to both of us.” Michael already had the telephone number on his phone so called it and left a message.
Whilst this took place, Bronte and Isabella were with their grandparents playing ball in the back paddock. Cassie, Michael, my husband and I had moved to the back verandah. When an officer of the Department of Child Safety called back as requested, Michael put the phone on loudspeaker. He and Cassie spoke to the DCS officer separately. Michael and Cassie heard what each other was saying to the officer and his answers to them both. I heard Cassie explain that she was worried about the children’s sexually inappropriate behaviour and requests for help and she now had a copy of “Everybody’s got a bottom” which is a child protection book for young children published by Queensland Family Planning and recommended by Child Safety. Cassie was asked if the girls were living with her and she said “Yes” but Michael was to have unsupervised access to the girls that weekend. The DCS officer told Cassie that if she felt the girls were at risk, she must remove them from the risk or take the risk from them. Michael finally said “OK, I won’t see them” to the officer. Cassie asked the officer who would be the person interviewing Isabella on Monday and was told it would be Constable Rob Garnett. Isabella was never interviewed. The officer said that nothing could be done to sort Michael’s issue before Monday when the appropriate person was available. It was suggested that Bronte and Isabella stay with Cassie.
Michael then demanded to know from Cassie what Bronte and Isabella had said about him. Cassie informed him that she hadn’t asked the girls any questions because she wasn’t allowed to. Michael said ‘That was stupid’ and persisted in harassing Cassie up close in an angry arrogant manner until she was reduced to tears.
My husband Ridley stepped up to Michael and Cassie saying that “enough was enough” and Michael agreed to leave. Michael stomped off angrily. Michael went to the back paddock and found Bronte and Isabella with their grandparents. Isabella ran back to the house to her mother.
6. On Saturday 8th October 2011 I was at the Doubleday’s home when Michael came to pick up Bronte and Isabella for an access visit. Both children had retreated to the swimming pool area as they did not want to go with Michael. Cassie tried to calm them down. Michael came up to me and said ,”As you have been brought into this you need to know that I’ve been cleared by Child Safety. Were you told?” He also said “Child Safety said that the children could be taken away from both parents.” He was visibly very angry and I walked away.
Isabella was still refusing to accompany her father, even though her mother was encouraging. Isabella said to Cassie that she was telling her about what daddy did because she was a ‘safe person’ , safe persons were supposed to help children to stop wrong behaviour and yet she was doing nothing to help her. Isabella then asked to speak to Carolyn Seri (her child psychologist).
Michael heard this, shook his head and stormed out of the house carrying Bronte in his arms. Isabella spoke to Carolyn Seri and after a while she hesitantly agreed to go. However, when we reached the front door, Isabella stopped again and repeated that she didn’t want to go. Cassie picked her up and hugged her and assured her that she would have a great time with her daddy at the beach. Cassie had to carry Isabella to the car and clipped her in. Isabella just went silent and dropped her head.
7. A DVO was put on Michael for Cassie and Isabella because of his intimidating behaviour. The DVO was taken out 9th November, 2011.
8. In late November 2012, I returned to Queensland to give evidence in the Family Court in custody proceedings. By that time the two daughters were in the custody of their father. We had to stay in Queensland over 11 months because the Court was often adjourned. Before leaving Queensland on 16.10.2013 to return to home to Western Australia, my husband and I sent the same copies of our attached written statements plus a copy of my affidavit to a Detective Ben Hunt in Townsville via the Ipswich Police Station. We have a receipt no. S498281 Queensland Police Service Field Property Receipt which has all our details on it including the fact that the information was being sent to Stuart Police Station Detective Hunt. The policeman’s name who served us was Sergeant Randall NO. 4031864. An accompanying letter which was sent with the information was witnessed by Constable A. Randall No. 4031864 signed and dated 10.30am 16/10/2013 Wednesday Ipswich Police Station. We have never received acknowledgement from Townsville, of the information supplied having been received. The information went via the internal police mail system.
In the early days when of Bronte and Isabella lived with Arthur and Heather Doubleday (their grandparents), Michael was never refused access to the children. Bronte and Isabella’s behaviour became very withdrawn and sometimes quite erratic when Michael arrived. When Michael asked for overnight visits, Bronte and Isabella told Cassie they didn’t want to go with their daddy, but wanted to stay with Nana and Poppy. Cassie always encouraged Bronte and Isabella to go on day outings with Michael regardless of the adult situation.
Cassie was accused of coaching the girls to make false allegations against their father. That is absolute nonsense. She was examined by three psychiatrists and two psychologists and each time was given a favourable report. Michael derided all of them.
Cassie never said anything derogatory about their father in the children’s presence. She was only interested in their welfare and safety. I implore you to please investigate this case further as I know we are not the only people who can testify to the allegations of sexual abuse made by these children. Cassie could not have “coached” the children because her contact with them has been supervised over the last few years. Far from encouraging the children to make false allegations, Cassie ignored their disclosures and changed the subject which of course, is contrary to best practice.
Regardless of the other complaints about the behaviour of Townsville Police, the question I would like answered is why none of the witnesses such as ourselves, the psychologist and court approved supervisors have not been interviewed relating to Bronte and Isabella Watter’s abuse disclosures.
9. I am aware that the mother and children are in hiding and the court has already said that she will be jailed and banned from seeing the children when they are located. I also know that they are in hiding because the mother learned from one of the girls at the supervised contact centre that she had “gunk” (discharge) coming from her vagina. The mother also learned from the GP that one of the girls had a sexually transmitted infection and a torn anus and Townsville Police Detective Sgt David Miles said (recorded on DVD) that they would never investigate further allegations because the father had never abused them and never would… a promise that no competent professional would ever make.
A similar letter such as this one, being sent to you now was sent to the previous minister August 5th 2014. I received a phone call from a policeman named Nixon, and because of his terse manner and attitude towards me I did not get his rank or serial number. He informed me that there was an investigation happening and that he could not answer any questions. He also demanded to know where the children were, not once but a couple times. My answer then and now is “I do not know where the girls are.”
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