Who Are Our Public Servants?

We at the Trust leave it to the reader to make up their own minds.

Here are two documented examples of NT public servants who have been found to have engaged in some form of wrongdoing at some time either when or before employed by the NT Government. Note carefully that wrongdoing does not have to be criminal. For those budding lawyers out there in “la la land” none of this is in anyway defamatory. The facts speak for themselves.

Example One – Phil Brennan Health Department

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-12-27/nt-education-dept-bureaucrat-apology-over-facebook-imitation/5989878

https://blogs.crikey.com.au/northern/2015/01/04/lies-death-threats-and-personality-theft-the-nt-education-department-and-the-trained-tattoo-monkey/

https://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northern-territory/a-northern-territory-government-bureaucrat-apologises-for-facebook-reputation-damage/news-story/8a88634f48254290e446717da7c7ba0e?nk=c562056af1f6020a400220ff4858ca6c-1539644900

Example Two – Micah KickettĀ  Department of the Attorney General and Justice

http://www.supremecourt.nt.gov.au/decisions/NTSC26ApplnbyMicahKickett18Apr2018.pdf

One thought on “Who Are Our Public Servants?

  1. Looks like they were both dealt with. Although one of them is a solicitor, bit embarrassing if you in court and this matter pops up. Mmmmmmmmmm.

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