Accusations crumbling and concessions coming thick and fast in inquiry into trial of Bruce Lehrmann

The inquiry into the prosecution of former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann over the alleged rape of Brittany Higgins should have been simple enough.

Though the independent probe has been anything but — particularly for the ACT officials in the hot seat. 

After the trial was abandoned last year due to juror misconduct, with no findings against Mr Lehrmann, the ACT’s top prosecutor Shane Drumgold wrote to police complaining he’d been under sustained pressure not to pursue the case and called for a public inquiry.

The letter was made public through a freedom of information request after Mr…

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