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Old February 12th, 2012, 05:31 AM   #1
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Australia In Crisis

Australia In Crisis:
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Old February 21st, 2012, 05:19 AM   #2
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Eamonn Duff's pathetic book, "Sins of the Father", which has been heavily promoted by the Australian media since its release, is set to go down in a screaming heap. This interview with David McHugh, one of the main characters in Duff's 'based on lies' book, has just been posted on The Expendable Project website.

His interview is self explanatory, but in a nutshell, he says that the book is all BS.
Duff's book will end up in the rubbish bin of life, and Duff, as well as Allen & Unwin, will likely end up in a defamation court.

As well as listening to the McHugh interview, I recommend that you all check out this entire section as it contains further very revealing interviews, with Col Chapman, a private investigator for the television networks, and Jade, an ethical witness who chose not to lie, as well as some very interesting written information. This material provides an insight into the media's hostile agenda against Schapelle Corby and her family.

It is this hostile agenda that has influenced so many people to mistakenly believe that Schapelle is guilty, and that her whole family are involved in the drug trade, which is plainly NOT CORRECT.
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