New South Wales

Feb 5, 2013

BMWs, billiards and flowers: ICAC goes through Obeid’s receipts

Eddie Obeid, in the dock at ICAC, is quizzed on the activities of his cashed-up family trust -- but he says he was "hands off", and appeared uninterested in the details.

Margot Saville — <em>Crikey</em> Sydney reporter

Margot Saville

Crikey Sydney reporter

Things are a little quieter at ICAC today. After yesterday’s fireworks, with instructions to answer the questions, threats of contempt and shouted objections from senior counsel, the temperature at the NSW Independent Commission Against  Corruption has come down a few degrees.


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2 thoughts on “BMWs, billiards and flowers: ICAC goes through Obeid’s receipts

  1. Andrea

    Thank you for your coverage of this case; I only wish it were more extensive. Given its importance, there is little about it of substance in the media each day.

  2. Pedantic, Balwyn

    Like Andrea I would like to read more about the case in the Melbourne press. Not so much as a paragraph in today’s Age; is Eddie a mate of Gina’s?

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