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Condon and the crooked king

March 23, 2013

Hearing journalist and author Matthew Condon at the Carindale Library talk about his indepth interviews with former Queensland Police Minister Terry Murray Lewis, was definitely worth the drive up from the Gold Coast.

Vignettes of when famous people first met famous people.

The 340 page ‘Three crooked kings” by Matthew Condon about the roots of corruption in the Queensland Police Force is hardly a vignette, but it has a vignette at its roots.

A vignette about the first time  disgraced former Queensland Police Commissioner Terry Murray Lewis met the disgraced former Queensland Premier Joh Bjelke Petersen.

From little things like vignettes big things grow.

Big things like police states, The Fitzgerald Inquiry and Lewis’ seven year sentence. To read the rest go to ABC Open.

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