It will probably be the whistle-blower's fault that the proverbial has hit the fan for Neal. She sounds like the type to blame everyone else instead of copping it sweet.
This is a great opportunity for the Liberal party to get someone into her seat. I think her constituents would be quite fed up with her shenanigans.
Although I did find this at a blog "Nobody Likes Dobbers Melissa Batten". Anyone who saw the interview would notice how distressed Batten is by the whole thing.
I dont mean dobbing on murderers or violent offenders, thats different - dob all you like on those thugs.I guess the "dobbers" thing applies to the person/s who informed on paedophiles in the ALP, etc, although they're not murderers or violent offenders.
There should not have been a delay in investigating the claims of false statutory declarations.
Belinda Neal seems unfamiliar with the truth and in particular telling it. It's time to go, Belinda.
Just as an aside, yesterday as a post-script to the Corby 'documentary'Madonna King, ABC political journo and morning presenter, interviewed the wife of an ex-baggage handler who was interviewed by police in regard to the Corby case. The wife said that the Federal Police arrived at a barbeque they were attending with family and friends over the Easter break and proceeded to separate the baggage handlers and interview them. Madonna King seemed dismayed at the cost of this exercise, interviewing these people on a public holiday.
Honestly, some people are clueless. If you had someone sitting in prison in a foreign country I think you'd want the investigation to be carried out thoroughly and expediently. And you wouldn't want anyone able to collaborate and invent stories to cover the truth when you supposedly needed the truth to get your imprisoned loved one out.