Cronulla retaliation accused withdraws bail for Queensland MP
A Queensland MP suspended after being charged with sexually assaulting a woman’s child was released on bail with no appearance dates scheduled for a hearing on Monday.
Cronulla MP Sam Dastyari has been charged with two counts of sexually assaulting the child.
A statement from Queensland Premier Campbell Newman said police are awaiting additional reports from the alleged victim and will decide whether to pursue the case 창원출장샵 창원안마further.
“When we have the evidence at our disposal, we will be able to proceed with the due diligence necessary,” he said.
Bail has been granted for Dastyari’s lawyer as well as another man charged in relation to the alleged assault.
Queensland Police Commissioner Michael Ennis has told the ABC that his police investigation was conducted in good faith, and that it is “totally coincidental” that the woman is now under police investigation and is facing trial.
“I think it’s obviously not coincidental,” he said.
“In terms of the allegations bei온라인 카지노ng made… they were part of our investigation of the former premier and the state parliament which I think was the cause of his sacking and the police investigation was also a factor in that.”
Mr Ennis said if the woman’s claims were proven true, there would be serious repercussions.
“I can say the matter was referred to the Queensland Police Services Board,” he said.
“There was enough evidence to conclude it was a matter of public concern axo카지노nd I hope we’ll never have to deal with another such incident, but the reality is they can do that.”
Ms Hanson said the charges against Dastyari could put her on equal footing with the accused in terms of speaking for the Liberal Party.
“He’ll now be on equal footing with the accused in terms of speaking the truth,” she said.
“Sam Dastyari shouldn’t have even been elected in the first place if they can’t just be consistent with the Liberal Party.
“They’ve failed people like me for far too long.”
Queensland police chief commissioner Vic Downer says an investigation has been opened into allegations Dastyari inappropriately touched a 19-year-old woman.
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