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THE NSW government has side-stepped responsibility for the sacking of an electoral office staff member who raised alarms over disgraced former NSW Aboriginal Affairs Minister Milton Orkopoulos.
Orkopoulos was found guilty of 28 paedophilia and drug charges yesterday. He will face court for an initial sentence hearing next week.
Gillian Sneddon, Orkopoulos' former electorate officer in the Hunter seat of Swansea who helped collect evidence from his office for police, had her employment terminated last month, it was reported today.
However Gillian Sneddon, Orkopoulos's former electorate officer in the Hunter seat of Swansea, who helped collect evidence from his office for police... was sacked the day she began to give evidence at the Orkopoulos trial
"(The) treatment of me the whole way down the line, from the parliament, from my colleagues, from Labor politicians, (has) been a disgrace''.
Ms Sneddon has been on workers' compensation since being locked out of the office in late 2006 while assisting police retrieve evidence in the case, it was reported.