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Tuesday, 30 March 1971


Senator CAVANAGH asked the Minister representing the Attorney-General, upon notice:

(1)   Was the subject of Dr Bogle's death a matter for discussion at a specially convened meeting of the Federal Cabinet in March 1963; if so, was this meeting held before an inquest was held into the deaths of Dr Bogie and Mrs Chandler.

(2)   Was the case further discussed later in 1963 by the then Attorney-General, several leading members of the Federal Government and a leading member of the Judiciary.

(3)   Was a directive given by the Federal Government to all State police forces that the interest of national security could best be served by the police not discovering who was responsible for Dr Bogle's death.







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