Commissioner Col Blanch defends journalist’s home search

Democracy gets an almighty punch to the guts in WA

AAP has confirmed about 10 officers were involved in the search at the home of Roebourne-based Ngaarda Media reporter Eliza Kloser on Friday.

The journalist shares the property with a colleague charged over an incident at Woodside Energy’s annual general meeting on the same day.

During the search in connection with her colleague’s alleged actions, Kloser’s bedroom, clothing, bedding and other personal items are understood to have been searched.

Western Australia’s police commissioner has defended the treatment of a journalist who had her home searched and equipment seized.

Source: Commissioner Col Blanch defends journalist’s home search

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