Julia Gillard has misled parliament on who sought the dodgy AWU association, which was used to defraud the AWU, in an attempt to protect her former boyfriend Bruce Wilson. Gillard and Wilson are playing the blame Ralph Blewitt game to protect themselves.
Bruce Wilson was the brains behind the fraud and setting up the association to facilitate the fraud and Ralph Blewitt was the dummy he had sign the documents to register it which the video shows.
The below video is of the interview that Bruce Wilson did on Tuesday this week for the 7.30 report and of Julia Gillard in parliament on Thursday. They clearly contradict each other.
(The full interview on the 7.30 report with Bruce Wilson goes for 17 minutes. Click here to watch.)
Julia Gillard is limiting what she says about Bruce Wilson as she knows if she says the wrong thing it could be used against him in a court of law and more importantly end her career. In the above video Julia Gillard was fully aware that she was misleading Parliament.
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