Kristina Keneally quizzes AFP boss on 'Your Right to Know' media freedom campaign

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Published on 21 Oct 2019, 4:15
The Labor senator shows the Australian federal police commissioner Reece Kershaw the redacted front pages of major Australian metropolitan newspapers at a Senate estimates hearing on Monday morning. Each front page carries the image of a blacked-out document and the words: 'When government keeps the truth from you, what are they covering up?' Keneally asks Kershaw if he intends to reach out and speak to Australian newspaper editors

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