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Royal Commissions tell us a great deal about Corruption. But will Justice be an inevitable final chapter?

The string of Royal Commissions have provided us with stinging visual images of corruption, notably among bankers and clergymen.

  • Josephine Zananiri
  • Tasmanian Times

Aside from some gratifyingly blunt cross-examination, causing a degree of humiliation, the legal outcomes are far from clear.

At this point we might hazard a guess that corruption and justice are a sleight of hand depending on the cards dealt.

Now if you happened by chance to find yourself in the top say five per cent of the wealthy, then justice might not be your final chapter … indeed you may get away with murder!

Conversely for those of us finding ourself on the…

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