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Raghu Parthasarathy

This is fascinating. Wasn't any of this sort of detective work done by the Australian government? Perhaps it was -- I haven't followed this closely. But if not, why? Why does it fall on a German newspaper Spiegel + a consultancy?


RP: If the government did, they did not publish their work. The eventual grounds for denying entry did not allege lying on the application. The tennis star said one of the lies was an honest mistake and another was committed by an assistant, and even found a person to sign a document admitting it.

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