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You reap what you sow: why Christian Porter may lose his defamation case

29 March 2021

4:00 AM

29 March 2021

4:00 AM

You may recall the Attorney-General’s appearance on Q&A in 2015. There Christian Porter metaphorically threw all male victims of domestic violence under a bus by arguing passionately that women are always innocent, never lie, and can never themselves be violent.  As the principal legal officer who represents the Crown in legal proceedings and gives legal advice to the government, those comments amounted to an endorsement of a radical feminist ideology that is directly responsible for the problems currently facing our legal system.   

James Allan, one of our leading legal academics, contends that ‘there is a clear element of this Coalition government being...

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