Australian spy charged with bugging leak denied legal aid

Politics The Washington Times

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - A former Australian spy charged with conspiring to reveal classified information about an allegation that Australia bugged East Timor's government during negotiations over the sharing of billions of dollars in oil and gas had been denied legal aid and might not be able to adequately fund ... …

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