The Mullighan Inquiry coverups and an eighty year supression order in South Australia
- Category: Child Protection Inquiries and Royal Commissions
- Created: Monday, 31 August 2015 19:08
- Written by Alecomm2
On 1 April 2008, the South Australian Children in State Care Commission of Inquiry report was tabled in State Parliament. Commissioner Ted Mullighan QC led the associated inquiry which included 1592 allegations of sexual abuse and the investigation of the deaths of 924 children in state care.
The Mulligan Inquiry has an 80 year suppression order on it. This Suppression Order must be removed, it is there for one reason only, To Hide The Guilty.. The suppression order was put in place by the then Attorney General and now Speaker of the house Michael Atkinson with Mike Rann. Evidence in regards to some of the missing children was handed to the Mulligan Inquiry and was never investigated, in particular the Joanne Ratcliffe and Kirste Gordon cases.