Vote for the Common Good

Post written by Susan Connelly
13 May 2022

Rallies supporting Bernard Collaery

Post written by Susan Connelly
2 May 2022
Australians voice opposition to more secret hearings 26-28 April 2022 in the ACT Supreme Court. Click here for photos. [...]

Labor on Collaery and a proper ICAC

Post written by Susan Connelly
2 May 2022
Mark Dreyfus, the alternative Attorney-General, commits a Labor government to a formidable anti-corruption regime. The Collaery prosecution is high on the list of matters to be investigated. [...]

76,000 signatures on petition delivered

Post written by Susan Connelly
13 December 2021
The “Drop the Prosecutions” petition was delivered to the offices of the PM, the AG, and the CDPP. Click here. [...]

Articles

Post written by Susan Connelly
9 December 2021
This page mainly contains links to newspaper articles, editorials and commentary on the Timor Sea spying and the prosecutions of Witness K and Bernard Collaery.   [...]

The “Witness K” and Bernard Collaery Hearings

Post written by Susan Connelly
7 December 2021
Click on the title above for the list of court hearings, photographs, speeches and more. [...]

Audio-Visual

Post written by Susan Connelly
10 November 2021
This page contains various TV and radio programs and some transcripts. Newest: Click here for ABC TV report 6 October 2021 re decision on secrecy in the trial – which has a sting in the tail [...]

Law Associations Statements

Post written by Susan Connelly
8 November 2021
Click on the title above for Law Associations Statements [...]

Power of Attorney-General to Discontinue the Case

Post written by Susan Connelly
8 November 2021

Legal Documents and Commentaries

Post written by Susan Connelly
29 October 2021
Click on the title for some of the legal documents relating to the cases. An important reference is the power of Attorney-General to discontinue cases. On 26 October  2021 it was reported : “Attorney-General Michaelia Cash said the power she has to discontinue a prosecution is reserved for ‘unusual and exceptional circumstances’ and it had never been used by any of her predecessors. Senator Cash said any intervention by the attorney-general would constitute political intervention in an independent process.” It is not clear where the AG is directed to reserve the decision to use that power to ‘unusual and [...]