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Monday, April 04, 2011

Reflections on truth and justice by Allan Kessing

If you have 50 minutes, Richard Fidler's conversation today with Allan Kessing is compelling. Kessing says he is relaxed and "over it." The rest of us shouldn't be.


  1. Hi Peter, you may be interested in these blog posts of mine, re Kessing & corruption . . . third one is FOI related

  2. Anonymous5:53 am

    Appalling. They sold Schapelle Corby, an innocent woman, for the same interests as they sold Allan Kessing for. It was good to see Mr Kessing explain this himself.

    Australia needs to look at itself very closely, because what your government has done to this woman is beginning to sicken the world.

  3. Anonymous9:33 pm

    Kessing gives yet another good interview, a reminder to all societies, where the suppression of dissent leads: to the inevitable stripping of constitutional protection.

    Long overdue is reform to the law on whistle blowing. The failure to do so can only be interpreted as moral weakness on behalf of the current government.

    Well done to Kessing and thanks to Timmons for bringing us faithful and accurate coverage.