Bruce Lehrmann inquiry: Senior officer held serious concerns about perceptions of collusion with defence

A senior ACT police officer has told an inquiry into the prosecution of Bruce Lehrmann for rape that she held serious concerns that there were perceptions her officers were colluding with lawyers for Lehrmann’s defence.

AFP acting assistant commissioner, Joanne Cameron, was a commander in charge of ACT policing investigations when Lehrmann faced trial last year over allegations he raped his former colleague Brittany Higgins in Parliament House in 2019.

Lehrmann’s trial was abandoned because of juror misconduct, and there are no findings against him. He pleaded not guilty and denies the…

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