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The Sydney Morning Herald - Corrupt To Her Core; Anne Lampe Journalist

Corrupt Journalist Anne Lampe, never answered for using her Journalistic Privileges For Direct Personal Gain. 12 years after the NRMA debacle ended and Justice Einstein found that the IAG board acted unconscionably and continued to act unconscionably toward Mr Whitlam in denying him his rightful contracted retirement benefits upon his resignation from the IAG board on April 9, 2001. In August, 2000, the successful demutualisation of the NRMA, driven by Mr Whitlam, freed up about $4.5 billion for its shareholders, now worth about double to those who held on to their shares. However, that huge success did not deter his boardroom detractors within the newly-created insurance group or his media critics, and he was faced with bitter guerilla tactics, the centre of which was Anne Lampe The Sydney Morning Herald’s journalist, who’s partner Roger Parks, was on the board of and she used her journalistic powers to be a mouth piece and to make his bidding via a stream of lies and fabricated information – in fact her entire coverage of the NRMA saga and Nick Whitlam was Anne Lampe's partner’s agenda – pure and simple. Ms Lampe continued to cover the case for The Sydney Morning Herald, even though her connection and the obvious conflict of interest were well known to many in the media it was not, and apparently until today has not been made public, though it would appear to be in contravention of the Sydney Morning Herald's own code of Ms Lampe continued to cover the case for The Sydney Morning Herald, while her partner was the main opposition to Nick Whitlam, incredibility corrupt & unethical at best – a criminal at worst. Though her connection and the obvious conflict of interest were well known to many in the media it was not, and apparently until today has not been made public, though it would appear to be in contravention of the Sydney Morning Herald's own code of ethics. The question that begs asking is how is it that such a malicious, unethical and vile journalistic was allowed to occur and still remain unanswered for?
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#1050969

The question of Journalist integrity has been ignored in Australia for far too long.

I really hope this woman is investigated and put away for a long time for what she has done to people. she is the 'author' of some online money magazine now, www.moneymag.com.au - its her own business by the looks of it, am guessing no one is *** enough to employ her after all the *** she did as a hired journalist:)

#1050552

You know the old joke. Whats the difference between God and a journlalist..?

God doesn’t think he’s a journalist…

Dinosaurs like Anne Lampe think just because they used to write for a newspaper gives them the right to play God.

“One of the requisitionists was Roger Parks, Ms Lampe’s partner. Ms Lampe continued to cover the case for The Sydney Morning Herald. Though her connection and the obvious conflict of interest were well known to many in the media it was not, and apparently until today has not been made public, though it would appear to be in contravention of the Sydney Morning Herald’s own code of ethics.”

If she was a lawyer she would have been disbarred.

If she was a politician, a similar fate. Or if a funds trader she would've been pinched for insider trading and sent to jail… So what gives journalists like Anne Lampe the right to play God, judge and executioner to benefit her own personal interests and gains.

There is a code of ethics that needs to apply… but apparently not to her.

She should be made accountable for all the lies and misleading fabricated propaganda that she usually spins in order to make a quick buck by masquerading as a reporter.

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