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Former Icac commissioner leaps to Megan Latham’s defence

Anthony Whealy says comments that the outgoing corruption watchdog head should consider a ‘quiet retirement into private life’ were misguided and unfair

Megan Latham - The GuardianThe former Independent Commission Against Corruption (Icac) assistant commissioner Anthony Whealy has leapt to the defence of Megan Latham, saying comments that she should consider a “quiet retirement into private life” were completely unfounded and unfair.

Latham resigned as Icac commissioner on Wednesday after…

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