Here’s another truth-teller being persecuted

Post written by Susan Connelly
3 June, 2019
Read here about Richard Boyle, who disclosed wrong-doing in the Tax Office. [...]
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The “biggest scandal in Australian politics”

Post written by Susan Connelly
30 May, 2019
Big media, including the ABC, are not reporting on the “biggest scandal in Australian politics”. [...]

A Disturbing Book Launch

Post written by Susan Connelly
23 April, 2019
Read here a report of Bernard Collaery’s launching of Clinton Fernandes’ book “Island off the Coast of Asia” on 13 April 2019. Here is Richard Ackland’s comment on the launch in “The Saturday Paper” 20 April 2019. [...]

Kafka in Australia

Post written by Susan Connelly
8 April, 2019
Here is an article by me in Eureka Street 8 April 2019 – Kafka in Australia. [...]

Australian Lawyers’ Alliance speaks out

Post written by Susan Connelly
28 March, 2019
The risks to a fair trial for Witness K and Bernard Collaery are risks to all Australians. Read the Lawyers’ Alliance press release here. [...]

Former judge: “Witness K” case an abandonment of justice

Post written by Susan Connelly
27 March, 2019
It is a denial of justice to make defendants wait over 12 months before even preliminary matters are decided. “If the material is so significant a danger to national security if disclosed, then the result should be that the proceedings are abandoned,” former Judge Whealy has said. Read this article here.         [...]

Secrecy, cunning and humbug

Post written by Susan Connelly
25 March, 2019
How the Witness K/Collaery case is being delayed into oblivion, by Bernard Keane. Click the link above and read about the major Australian political manipulation of law and justice, and how we are all being duped. [...]

These charges must be dropped!

Post written by Susan Connelly
8 March, 2019
Click here for a graphic that makes this complicated saga a little easier to understand. These Charges must be Dropped! [...]

Applying the Law to Australian Spying

Post written by Susan Connelly
5 March, 2019
The controversial law that will decide the future of the Witness K trial Madeleine Miller, Crikey, 15 November 2018 The Witness K and Bernard Collaery case could well continue behind closed doors, prompting great concern over their right to a fair trial. But who gets to make the decision? Government sat on Witness K evidence for three years despite advice Steve Cannane, ABC News 6 October 2018 Senator asks why prosecutors sat on Witness K evidence for three years The Guardian, 20 September 2018 [...]