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Sergeant Albo Schultz

He sees nothing, knows nothing, so there's nothing to worry about, right?

25 May 2024

9:00 AM

25 May 2024

9:00 AM

In August 2013, in the dying days of the disastrous second Rudd government, Sydney’s Daily Telegraph portrayed then deputy prime minister Anthony Albanese as Sergeant Schultz with then prime minister Kevin Rudd as Colonel Klink turning a blind eye to Labor MP Craig ‘Thommo’ Thomson who, at the time, was accused of fraud and theft in using the Health Services Union funds, of which he was formerly national secretary, for personal benefit.

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