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Cheque-Book Journalism: Where do we draw the line?

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This week it has been rumoured Network Seven has offered Schappelle Corby between 1.2 and 3 million dollars for her story about living in a balinese prison for the last 9 years. Reporter Rachael Dexter investigates whether this practice sits well with Journalists and the Australian public and whether or not Corby could be found guilty of the Proceeds of Crime Act.

February 16th 2014
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