Now go to Andrew Bolt and learn why it is a good thing the 774 toady does not work as a lawyer. Here is a sample (Faine in italics):
…it’s to do with the slush fund that she was helping to establish for people who were acting as a group within the AWU at the time.There is plenty more where that came from. And do notice Andrew's update:
Fudge. Well, less than a group, Jon. It essentially operated just for Bruce Wilson and, to some extent, for his bagman, Ralph Blewett. And it was set up for their benefit as individuals, not AWU officials.
Well, at that stage, I do remember laughing out loud on air and saying since when should a client not act for someone because they might be breaking the law?
Red herring. No one to my knowledge has ever suggested Gillard should not have taken as a client someone who “might be breaking the law”.
"Michael Smith rang Faine for a right of reply, but was not given one."