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Star Chamber Wars Welcomes New Website Focused On ICAC's Shamateur Activities And Pursuit Of Innocent Victims

Between staff at ICAC fighting (collectively) for self preservation, #ICAC fighting to ensure NSW taxpayers are kept in the dark with its concocted public inquiry narratives and ICAC’s leadership fighting to maintain its accountability-free shenanigans – things can get quite intense at the head office of the grossly over-funded, under-performing “watchdog”. 463 more words

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Malcolm Turnbull's own $11 million donation/bribery scam comes back to haunt him

Malcolm Turnbull’s own $11 million donation scam during the 2007 election is set to become a political issue again given the Arthur Sinodinos donation scandal that broke in the media on Wednesday. 1,649 more words

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Premier Mike Baird’s secret meeting with businessman found to be corrupt by ICAC

NSW Premier Mike Baird had a secret meeting a few weeks ago with Charif Kazal who in 2011 was found to be corrupt by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) for bribing government official Andrew Kelly. 1,635 more words

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Anti-Corruption Short Film Competition: ICAC

In view of securing the commitment and active participation of the youth in the fight against corruption, the ICAC in collaboration with the Youth Against Corruption (YAC) Platform is organising an… 150 more words

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Anti-Corruption Expert Thinks HK Court Lets Terrorist Run Free?

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24th February, 2016

Anti-Corruption Expert Thinks HK Court Lets Terrorist Run Free?

Tony Kwok Man-wai, former deputy commissioner of the ICAC, an international anti corruption specialist and a keen supporter of Chief Executive CY Leung, wrote a few articles commenting on the recent case of Hong Kong Indigenous’ Ray Wong. 248 more words

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Cold War

With a background that Hong Kong has long been so proud of being a safest city, a sudden explosion in urban area and a missing of a Emergency Unit team long with a vehicle and full arms had set the city’s alarm ringing. 122 more words

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