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Burke charged with corruption
Disgraced former West Australian premier Brian Burke has been charged with corruption and giving false evidence to the Corruption and Crime Commission -- his third set of criminal charges since leaving office in 1988. The Australian

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oakford
What a load of the same old cobblers, Burke on trial? Magistrates Court? Another "slap of the wrist", propaganda exercise?. Like a 14 million doller Commission into bent Coppers that achieves, Nowt other than carry on, just as before. If there was Justice in W.A. Burke would have been charged before with "Stealing as a Servant",. Which is what he did, the fact that he was'nt charged as he should have been , let him off the Hook, to do a little bit of "Play Stretch", mostly in a Leisurely Prison Holiday Camp Farm, with some rich mates, cruisy ain't it? Stealing as a Servant might have put him away for a longer period, thus perhaps avoiding the current issues. What was his Prison Mate Bondies stretch worth? about a million dollers a day?

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