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WikiLeaks reveals Australian gagging order over political bribery allegations

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posted on Jul, 30 2014 @ 02:34 AM
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A sweeping gagging order issued in Australia to block reporting of any bribery allegations involving several international political leaders in the region has been exposed by WikiLeaks.

The prohibition emerged from a criminal case in the Australian courts and applies throughout the country. It was issued by the criminal division of the supreme court of Victoria in Melbourne "to prevent damage to Australia's international relations that may be caused by the publication of material that may damage the reputations of specified individuals who are not the subject of charges in these proceedings".

WikiLeaks reveals Australian gagging order over political bribery allegations

In what seems to be a unprecedented coverup of the Australian Central Bank and its relationship with bribing international public officials, Wikileaks cracks open a blindfolding of the Australian Public which should be outraged at the audacity of the Australian Supreme Court to be used for covering up blatant corruption at the highest level.... of course for 'National Security' purposes...

A statement from WikiLeaks' publisher Julian Assange :
"With this order, the worst in living memory, the Australian government is not just gagging the Australian press, it is blindfolding the Australian public. This is not simply a question of the Australian government failing to give [this case] the public scrutiny it is due."

www.smh.com.au...




posted on Jul, 30 2014 @ 04:48 AM
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a reply to: R_Clark
Smells like justice to me. Job done. Nothing to see here so let's get back to the party.



posted on Jul, 30 2014 @ 06:00 AM
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a reply to: Mark Harris

*urgh*

Being ill at home, that video was... not what I actually needed


yay 90's!



 
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