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01 April 2017

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If we had the 70 odd Australian police currently deployed in PNG, fly back to Australia and actually start following the money trails we might just have some real results (and criminals) to report to the public.

Why aren't doing this now rather than building new police messes the churlish might well ask?

And... wouldn't that be worthwhile achievement just prior to the PNG elections?

Aiting!

Thanks for that, Keith. Most enlightening in that it shows where the AFP's priorities are and it is not in this sort of stuff it seems. Although, I seem to recall that when they expanded their jurisdiction from the ACT to the federal scene, they implied that such activities would be. Perhaps I got the wrong end of the stick.

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