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Nick Di Girolamo who bribed a Premier with a $3000 gift uses defamation case to try & conceal crimes

Liberal Party crony Nick Di Girolamo, who cost former NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell his job after being caught bribing him with a $3000 bottle of wine, is now suing Fairfax Media claiming he was defamed because their articles implied he was corrupt etc. The man is obviously a nutcase of monumental proportions as he was caught […]

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Bill Shorten and Arthur Sinodinos’ lawyers accused of concealing rape by lawyer

Federal Labor Party leader Bill Shorten and federal Liberal senator Arthur Sinodinos both use the same law firm, Arnold Bloch Leibler, to conceal their criminal conduct. In an unusual twist their lawyers were last week forced to defend allegations that they concealed allegations of rape by one of the staff at Arnold Bloch Leibler against another staff member. Bill […]

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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. Add that to the Mafia/Liberal Party bribery scandal that was reported last year it is highly likely that Malcolm Turnbull is facing the political crisis […]

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Arthur Sinodinos says it is up to Bill Shorten to answer questions regarding police investigation

I was at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) hearings on Thursday to watch senator Arthur Sinodinos give evidence. Mr Sinodinos had a bad day in the witness box to put it mildly and said little as he was leaving except a short 20 to 30 second statement. But I did manage to put one […]

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Federal Senator Arthur Sinodinos gets the Cardinal George Pell treatment from a corruption inquiry

I’ve been watching the evidence come out in relation to Federal Senator Arthur Sinodinos at the hearings at the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) over the last few days and one thing is for certain and that is Mr Sinodinos’s political career is over. Mr Sinodinos has stepped aside from his front bench position today until […]

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