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Corrupt NSW Premier Mike Baird rides again and cuts off ICAC's head

The NSW Liberal / National Party coalition led by Premier Mike Baird have exposed how corrupt they are and how desperate they are to cover-up their corruption by in effect sacking the head of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Commissioner Megan Latham. 1,700 more words


Are Property Developers running NSW?

Here’s the summary of what ICAC found after the Operation Spicer report was finally released nearly two years after it wrapped up. No wonder Mike Baird moved to emasculate the commission yesterday! 297 more words


Registered sex offender released from prison in March arrested in Provo park

PROVO, Utah — A man who was released from prison earlier this year and is a registered sex offender was arrested again Wednesday night after he went to a park in Provo to meet a 13-year-old girl for sex but found police instead. 203 more words


Said the Abbott to the rank and file

Said the Abbott to the rank and file…

Well, as the Abbott has once again raised his ugly head, I thought it was time for another instalment of the “Said the Abbott…” poem series   :shock: 728 more words

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Utah man accused of arranging to meet 13-year-old for sex, sending nude pics

PROVO, Utah — A Utah man faces 15 felony charges after he allegedly sent pictures of child pornography and tried to arrange a tryst with an Internet Crimes Against Children investigator who he believed was a 13-year-old girl. 202 more words


Lembaga Setingkat KPK di Luar Negeri

Lembaga Setingkat KPK di Luar Negeri. Operasi tangkap tangan ( OTT ) yang di lakukan oleh lembaga anti korupsi KPK, sangat mencengangkah semua pihak terutama dewan perwakilan daerah, DPD. 615 more words

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Search and Seizure and Parliamentary Privilege

The Parliamentary Privilege questions enlivened by the series of raids on Senator Stephen Conroy’s office, the home of an adviser and the server maintained by the Department of Parliamentary Services, arising from the Australian Federal Police’s investigation into the leak of NBN documents brings to a head a series of questions raised across a number of legislatures in Australia, the UK and the US in the past twenty years. 6,126 more words