Adam Cooper of Melbourne’s Marxist rag, the Age, reported (26 March 2019) that Victoria’s Director of Public Prosecution has begun a process of holding a mob of journalists to account for breaking the law. The opening paragraphs of the report:
Dozens of Australia’s leading media editors and journalists, including staff at The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, could face prison for contempt of court over allegations they breached a suppression order in reports published after George Pell’s conviction on child sex abuse charges.
Victoria’s Director of Public Prosecutions, Kerri Judd, QC, has named 36 organisations and individuals in a motion before the Supreme Court and applied that they be found guilty, convicted and either imprisoned or fined.
I had to read those paragraphs a couple of times to ensure I understood correctly. Could it really be true that the Age and the Sydney Morning Herald – those factories of lies, bigotry, political propaganda, and fake news – would for once be held to account? Would the Director of Public Prosecutions really go through with it and give them the rocketing they have deserved for years? I have to see it to believe it.
What a joy it would be to see those Fairfax people take the same walk as Cardinal Pell. I would be tempted to go to the court entrance and yell, ‘You Fairfax scum! You filth of the earth! Liars and cheats! Rot in hell!
But it won’t really happen, will it? The guilty-as-sin media will wriggled out it in some way.