EXCLUSIVE: Having escaped justice for decades, the long-time suspected paedophile, Robert William Symonds, also known as ‘Mother Goose’, has finally been brought to account after being found guilty of child abuse charges by an Adelaide court. True Crime News Weekly publisher, Serkan Ozturk, reports.
EXCLUSIVE: In an explosive political revelation where salacious and illicit misconduct meets with good old-fashioned corruption, True Crime News Weekly can now reveal that recently fired Australian Border Force chief, Roman Quaedvlieg, was conducting a clandestine sexual affair and giving out subsequent job favours to a young woman while wild rumours swirled it was his god-daughter.
EXCLUSIVE: Some Indigenous residents of the Western Australian goldfields town of Kalgoorlie are not happy with The Goldfields Land and Sea Council with claims of local infighting and self-interest having taken root. True Crime News Weekly correspondent Gary Johnston gingerly wades into the troubles.
EXCLUSIVE: He was unceremoniously dumped from a Queensland Council after revealing what he claimed was a secret $170 million slush fund hidden to the public by bureaucrats, but former Fraser Coast Mayor, Chris Loft, says he won’t be taking his sacking lying down despite the Labor State Government using all its might to trample his political dreams and his reputation.
EXCLUSIVE: Nationals Senator Matt Canavan has refused to comment on growing rumours that he may be intimately involved in the Barnaby Joyce baby scandal after the former Deputy PM publicly claimed there was a “grey area” concerning the paternity of the unborn child being carried by his new partner, and former media adviser, Vikki Campion. It comes as more information has been revealed to True Crime News Weekly suggesting Mr Joyce’s so-called belief in ‘family values’ has been a long-running public con.
When even the lawyers and judges making money from the justice system and its ever-revolving door of drug offenders no longer strongly believe in the laws they are meant to be prosecuting, is it time to start getting real and dealing with the absurdity that is the prohibition of drugs, wonders True Crime News Weekly columnist Miles Hunt.
EXCLUSIVE: News Corp have remained silent on a possible alcohol and cocaine culture prevalent within its management ranks after a senior Sky News executive pleaded guilty to assaulting his wife last week and was ordered by a court to stay away from her while under the influence of booze and other drugs.
Noted political journalist, Michael Brissenden, has taken some time out away from the news to turn his hand to crime-fiction writing in a novel that also places the cost of Australia’s participation in futile wars in the Middle East to the fore. Charles Sturt University academic, Therese Taylor, gives her take on The List.