EXCLUSIVE: She’s the News Corp scribe who likes to pretend she broke the Barnaby Joyce affair story four months after True Crime News Weekly did so, but Daily Telegraph journalist Sharri Markson is now at the centre of her own sleazy sex scandal after calling in defamation lawyers against a prison-hardened, maverick online journalist who has only recently been released from the slammer. Our publisher, Serkan Ozturk, reports. [READ MORE]
OPINION: Now that Barnaby Joyce has resigned as Australia’s deputy prime minister four months after True Crime News Weekly broke the news about the various serious scandals surrounding him, our correspondent Gary Johnston reflects on why Barnaby’s “private business” should be a continuing concern to the public at large. [READ MORE]
“THE BONKING BEETROOT”: Deputy PM and “homewrecker” Barnaby Joyce rumoured to have traded sex for favours with powerful Canberra lobbyist
EXCLUSIVE: About to fall on his sword as he stumbles around in an alcohol soaked miasma from personal disaster to political calamity and back again, True Crime News Weekly can now reveal that Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce is rumoured to have engaged in a potentially corrupt sexual affair with a powerful political lobbyist and allegedly may have even exchanged political favours for sex while he was a married man claiming to uphold ‘traditional family values’.
DAZED & CONFUSED! News Corp editor threatens defamation, then goes AWOL over meth arrest and ‘shit on desk’ defecation!
EXCLUSIVE: He is the recently departed senior News Corp employee who referred to drug users as “iceheads” and once wrote that he was “sick to death of aggressive addicts”.
EXCLUSIVE: Embattled Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce, has been conducting a clandestine sexual affair with a female staffer for up to 10 months this year while at the same time grandiosely lecturing the Australian public about how gay people wanting to get married threatens the institution of marriage.
There is an extraordinary amount of information being hidden concerning the trial of Catholic Church leader, George Pell. Key aspects of the case, and related offences, are apparently subject to a suppression order by the courts. This aspect of the trial ought to be discussed, writes an academic with an interest in child abuse cases under the pen name of Lady Diodati.