In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Hiding Amongst Us – Australia’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives
They are suspected of committing some of the nation’s most serious criminal offences.
Ambos Under Attack: Paramedics Twice as Likely as Police to be Assaulted
The high rate of assaults on paramedics has led to calls for body cameras.
Canada Accepts First Australian Refugee
The Refugee Board of Canada found that the Aussie’s life would be in danger if returned to Australia.
US Inmates Hold Mass Strikes Against Unfair Exploitation
As Australia moves towards prison privatisation, inmates in the United States are generating hundreds of millions for government and big business.
Parity in Sentencing: Similar Crimes Should Attract Similar Penalties
Those with similar involvement should be given similar sentences, while those with different levels of culpability should be treated accordingly.
Scott Morrison: An Extreme Conservative with Divisive Policies
The man from the religious right is behind some of our nation’s most divisive policies.
Aussies Demand Federal Corruption Watchdog, But Coalition Refuses
A new study has found that 85% of Australians believe most or all federal politicians are corrupt, but the Coalition continues to resist a federal ICAC.
Should Politicians be Sacked if they Commit Crimes?
Calls to impeach the US president have triggered debate about whether political leaders who commit crimes should be removed from office.
Democracy Is in Tatters Across the Globe
Democracy suffered “its most crucial crisis in decades” last year, continuing a 12-year decline in civil and political rights.
Crime and Corruption Commission Turns it’s Back on Honest Cop
The CCC has refused to investigate reprisals against an officer who was prosecuted for leaking footage of colleagues bashing a man in a carpark.
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