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We plan to inundate our Health & Shadow Health Ministers above, help us by using the email letter template provided - please make any additions or amendments that reflect your personal view

 

 

 

The Australian Senate held its Inquiry into Hepatitis C and blood supply in Australia in 2004.  The big reason why contaminated blood victims made submissions to the Senate’s investigation was that their statements were protected by parliamentary privilege.  Victims could not be sued for exposing the wrong doing of culpable authorities and so significant numbers of them sacrificed their rights to privacy and gave their evidence.  It was at that time that the Senate betrayed witnesses of its own inquiry.  After the Senate assured tainted blood victims that their public submissions would be made public and published online like every other Senate inquiry’s public submissions, they discovered to their disgust they had been deceived.  The public submissions were never made public and have been concealed by the Senate to this day.  Now for the first time we are making the submissions from victims public so that Australians can see the evidence that the Senate of Australia didn’t want them to see