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Doug Cameron
The plot thickens! The Secretary of the Dept of Health has destroyed all notebooks that contained notes of meetings on sportsrorts. Her memory is failing her and her evidence is evasive.
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Ignoble Jim Houghton Feb 27
Replying to @DougCameron51
The way to prevent this is making destruction of records attract the biggest punishment of all.
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💧 A Courtney girl Feb 27
Enforcing it. The legislation is there. Destruction of records is a breach of Archive Acts.
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David Faux Feb 27
Replying to @DougCameron51
Destroying evidence??? Are there any rules around public service hanging onto notebooks? Will she lose her job to protect Morrison?
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Mike Hutchinson Feb 27
Destroying Commonwealth records is an offence. But she can’t be sacked. She has resigned or retired. At stake are her future possible government sinecures and Australian honours...
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Walter Dixon Feb 27
Replying to @DougCameron51
Actually for me the plot sickens, especially when we know there is no accountability. To watch millions of dollars thrown around like there is no tomorrow whilst at the same time being treated like shite by the penny pinching boffins at the DVA.
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Amateur Newscorpse Epidemiologist Feb 27
It's actually billions
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HS for short💧Hypocrisy Sux💧living in Corruptalia Feb 27
Is this the same Ms Glenys Beauchamp who have been a Dept Secretary for 10 years who is coincidentally retiring tomorrow? Withhold her pension until she comes clean
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HS for short💧Hypocrisy Sux💧living in Corruptalia Feb 28
I think will b thanking 𝗠𝘀 𝗚𝗹𝗲𝗻𝘆𝘀 𝗕𝗲𝗮𝘂𝗰𝗵𝗮𝗺𝗽. From the moment took office she has been loyal & displayed no integrity. That 1st email was just a taste of things 2 come. Her PSM is being updated
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James #WashYourHands Scullin 💧🔥 Feb 27
Replying to @DougCameron51
Is that a breach of the Archives Act?
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💧 Deb Cansdell 🌱 Feb 27
I agree! Those notes do not belong to her, they were made in work time, they are public records.The legality of this needs to be followed up!
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