EXCLUSIVE: Broadspectrum, the company that operated asylum seeker concentration camps on behalf of the Australian Government, has escaped harsh punishment over the death of a contractor at one of its work sites in south Sydney largely thanks to a judge’s apparent belief the multinational corporation is a “citizen of good standing”. Advertisements
The Victorian Government has announced it will spend $345 million over three years on almost 500 new cells to deal with the state’s overcrowded jail system and increasing prison population. True Crime News Weekly correspondent Gary Johnston wonders whether throwing hundreds of millions of dollars into a failed system is a wise move.
In the Roman Catholic Church, the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation, generally known as ‘confession’, is a crucial component of faith.
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”.
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.
EXCLUSIVE: A legal threat has been sent to True Crime News Weekly to not reveal the identity of a male sex worker who allegedly sexually harassed a female victim on the premises of the AIDS Council of NSW (ACON) for close to 12 months and was then later found guilty in court of indecent assault.
A depraved husband and wife paedophile couple have been sentenced to life in prison in the United States for their vile attacks on numerous children that spanned almost a decade.
Arrested over the horrific rape of a young child, a NSW Police officer remains on full pay as he awaits a court trial.
A foul-mouthed toff lawyer drunk on red wine and his own sense of importance has been convicted in the UK over a public racist tirade towards a mother and her young son.
EXCLUSIVE: A male nurse has had his registration cancelled amid fears he “poses a substantial risk to the health of members of the public” after he pestered a suicidal married female patient for sex with hundreds of text messages while she was admitted to hospital for a litany of serious mental health concerns.
A teen Ukrainian model’s brave testimony has helped convict a vicious rapist bus driver in Turkey to 25 years in jail.
A Perth police officer has been stood down from duties but remains on full pay after being arrested for sexually assaulting four young boys in the mid-1980s while he was a Catholic school teacher.
In a sign that Australian courts may finally be getting tough on white collar crime, the former CEO of surfwear giant Billabong has been sentenced to eight years in prison for forging his then-wife’s signature for a $13.5 million loan.