Jurors are held to a strict reign of control that prevents undue outside influence in court. However, not so police, when they can entertain their own personal opinions and beliefs when investigating a case. As a consequence they fail to abide by the strict rules of objectivity in criminal investigation and collection of evidence. This ACT Detective admits to serious bias when investigating the Brittany Higgins case. One that favored Morrison’s LNP
ACT Policing Detective Superintendent Scott Moller also admitted to an inquiry into the abandoned criminal trial he shouldn’t have liked a social media comment that was supportive of the man he had charged with Higgins’ sexual assault following the discontinuation of the case.
Source: Bruce Lehrmann case: NSW Police detective liked social media post in support of defendant