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McGrail inquiry hears allegations of Govt ‘misconduct and corruption’, strongly denied

Former Commissioner of Police Ian McGrail [second from left] arrives at Tuesday's inquiry hearing with his legal team, including UK barrister Adam Wagner [left] and Charles Gomez [third from left].

Lawyers for former Commissioner of Police Ian McGrail on Tuesday alleged “misconduct and corruption” at the highest levels of government, in submissions to a public inquiry that were “denied and roundly rejected” by lawyers for government parties. The statements came during the second preliminary hearing in an inquiry headed by Sir Peter Openshaw, a retired...

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