10 Sep Greens in court bid to access secret myki documents
Greens in court bid to access secret myki documents
In court, Ms Coughlan tried to push for access to the secret files which had been handed to her by the court and which she says are secret and therefore illegal.
The Government is currently contesting an application to force Ms Coughlan to hand over all details of her private phone calls with the Liberal MP.
Ms Coughlan told a Brisbane Magistrates Court the files had contained the names of people she had met with who she had never met since she joined the Liberal party in May last year.
But Ms Coughlan said she was concerned about the contents of the documents.
She said she had signed an undertaking that her phone calls would be deleted.
« I have not said, I have not disclosed any personal details in those emails, they should never come to light, » she told the court.
« [They are] secret and because of that I have to have them. I’m in the witness b청주출장마사지ox, I have to have all those details. It is very difficult.
« I have signed an undertaking I will not tell any of these people or have them in the publi포커c eye, because it would ruin their lives.
« But I understand that I am legally obligated to do that. It doesn’t really matter whether you sign that or not.
« I am in the witness box, I have to have all those details. »
Ms Coughlan said her phone communications with Liberal MP Justin Trudeau, who has been charged with sexual assault, had been turned off.
In her decision, Ms Justice Peter Walsh said Mr Coughlan’s actions were a breach 카지노 게임 사이트of the peace, which could lead to a public prosecution if found guilty.
She said: « I can accept that if you take a break from your activities the nature of the act is that there is potential there could have to be a public prosecution.
« But you are not engaging in a public offence, nor are you engaged in any breach of law, as these matters were not private in nature. »
She said she considered the application to force Ms Coughlan to hand over information that could lead to a conviction under the Crimes Act.
Justice Walsh also handed her a warning order against the government – making it mandatory for the public to read and to understand any files she requests.
Topics: courts-and-trials, sexual-offences, sydney-2000, brisbane-4000, qld