Australian attorney general debunks rape charges
The Australian attorney has rejected claims he was involved in the rape case of a teenager who committed suicide recently. In a terse statement, he said he wasn't responsible for the crime like media reports suggested.
Australian attorney general denies rage allegations
The attorney general of Australia has rejected claims he was involved in any rape. He confirmed he was at the center of a rape allegation. In a letter sent to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, it was said that Mr. Porter raped a 17-year-old lady in 1989. The lady committed suicide last year. The security operatives in North-South Wales have closed inquiries into the matter.
Mr. Porter, 51, has said he has absolute trust in Mr. Morrison and backs him to continue as the attorney general. '' Things they said I did, didn't happen in any way''. He said during a chat with newsmen. The Australian media has reported that the cabinet leader raped a teen, but didn't mention his name.
The attorney has a good record and a key figure in the Australian government
The learned lawyer became a parliamentary member in 2013+4 and Australian attorney general in 2018. Mr. Porter has been seen as a top official of the country, and he has been given the duty of maintaining law and order and should not be found doing such acts. The lady in question has reported about rape, but the security officials said there wasn't viable proof to show who was involved.
However, the lady said the minister was involved, but after conducting some tests on her, there wasn't any proof that linked the minister to the act. During the investigation, several people were interviewed and even CCTV was viewed, however, no evidence pointed to the attorney general. Critics insist that the security operatives didn't do enough to investigate the crime and blamed them for the suicide of the girl. However, the police chief in North-South Wales has said they did all within their power to catch the culprit.