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Topic: Witness K/Collaery trial
The Michaela Banerji case shows there’s no such thing as an apolitical public servant

The Michaela Banerji case shows there’s no such thing as an apolitical public servant

Crikey readers on Michaela Banerji, Witness K and right-wing violence.

The big question that has gone unanswered in the Witness K saga

The big question that has gone unanswered in the Witness K saga

Did our government break the law in the 2004 bugging incident? Australians deserve to know.

It is a national disgrace to see Witness K treated like this

It is a national disgrace to see Witness K treated like this

From Witness K's lawyer: 'Let us be under no misapprehension. Mighty forces are at play here to hide dirty political linen.'

Australia deserves to know more about the Witness K affair

Australia deserves to know more about the Witness K affair

Crikey readers discuss the Witness K/Timor Leste bugging scandal, the Nationals' losses in NSW and Mark Latham.

Witness K trial shows authoritarianism is escalating in Australia

Witness K trial shows authoritarianism is escalating in Australia

Crikey readers discuss the Witness K trial, the Victorian Election preference battle and Scott Morrison's religious bent.

The controversial law that will decide the future of the Witness K trial

The controversial law that will decide the future of the Witness K trial

The Witness K and Bernard Collaery case could well continue behind closed doors, prompting great concern over their right to a fair trial. But who gets to make the decision?

Government goes all out to hide the trial of K and Collaery from public

Government goes all out to hide the trial of K and Collaery from public

The government is trying dirty tricks in its efforts to prevent the public from knowing about its persecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery.

Meet the Timor-Leste 12 who could benefit from the Witness K cover-up

Meet the Timor-Leste 12 who could benefit from the Witness K cover-up

The government is desperate to hide its prosecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery. But who will benefit from a cover-up?

Witness K scandal part of a long history of pandering to resource companies

Witness K scandal part of a long history of pandering to resource companies

The Witness K scandal and attempts to cover it up show how there has been bipartisan agreement to let commercial interests dictate Australia's foreign policy.

Labor has serious questions to answer about Witness K

Labor has serious questions to answer about Witness K

Labor used to be the party that was sceptical of Australia's intelligence agencies. It's time for MPs to speak out on their party's collusion with the cover-up of the Witness K scandal — even if it means admitting Labor's own culpability in the affair.