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Clandestine raids accompanied by cameras

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It was remarkable that we had a television news crew and more popping flashbulbs than bubbles in a champagne glass at the clandestine (?) NBN raids, both, at Stephen Conroy’s office and his staffer’s home. They just happened to be there at the appropriate time? Hard to believe! Someone leaked the precise times and places to the press.

Will the police investigate this dangerous leakage? Will the next raid on a Bikie Gang be presaged by a full-scale press corps in place and primed to go? Will the next raid on a terrorist cell be foreshadowed, and accompanied, by a gathering of hard-to-hide press vehicles and camera trucks? Will we have a bimbo on hand to walk us through the proceedings? Did they have cameras on the rear entrances? Will they need to have cameras on the rear entrances next raid?

There are a whole host of important questions that the Federal Police need to answer and they are much more important questions than who was exposing government porkies. If it didn’t come from the Federal Police themselves then who else had the knowledge? The NBN representatives had the knowledge but no motive!

Could I be so bold as to suggest a certain minister of the government, who had both the foreknowledge and a strong motive, might be the source of the leak!

 


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  1. embarrassing the government is a perfectly good reason to call in the jack boots, how else are they going to stay in power if they cannot threaten us

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