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I cant link the story, as its a paywall on the heraldsun website.
Victorian health authorities believe physical-distancing breaches by some government-contracted security guards at a Melbourne hotel used to quarantine returned travellers may have contributed to an outbreak that has now grown to seven cases.
originally posted by: robsmith
a reply to: kwakakev
We all need to lobby the human rights commission, and push for action into breaches of human rights, and civil liberties.
And push for charges to be applied to andrews.
I think the problem being due to these emergency powers being applied currently these laws may override basic civil liberties and rights do not apply as actual real laws are suspended.
This is probably why he cant be touched, and he knows it.
He is a proven liar.
Police head-stomping incident to be investigated by anti-corruption body
Two cops involved in the shocking incident where a man had his head stomped on will be investigated by an anti-corruption body.
I would hate to think how much overtime and penalties the cops are earning at a time when no one is working.
It has been revealed Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in July personally wrote to Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews several times in the space of a week to offer the services of ADF personnel in Melbourne’s hotel quarantine program.
The Australian has reported a submission into the Melbourne hotel quarantine inquiry from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and the Defence Department revealed the Prime Minister reached out to Mr Andrews repeatedly in regards to the offer.
Sky News host Peter Gleeson said this revelation is “game, set and match for Daniel Andrews.” “I think he should resign … to so nakedly, and obviously, and transparently be telling mistruths is extraordinary and as such he disqualifies himself from being premier of Victoria.”