Was there an SASR rescue mission?
DAVID WILSON WHITEWASH
by Sasha Uzunov
TEAM UZUNOV has been following the story of murdered Australian tourist David Wilson in Cambodia in 1994..
We were one of the first to allege that an Australian Army Special Forces (Special Air Service Regiment-SASR) rescue mission was aborted by Canberra.
The Victorian Deputy State Coroner's recent findings are nothing of a whitewash of the Australian Government of Prime Minister Paul Keating and of the Foreign Minister, Gareth Evans. The inquest began 14 years ago, was put on hold for a number of years and then re-opened and finally a handing down of a verdict, which has left ex-Australian diplomat turned whistleblower Alastair Gaisford upset that his reputation has been called into question and the long suffering family of David Wilson devastated.
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With the case closed, we will never know the complete story. We will never know if there was a military rescue mission, and if so, why it was aborted?
The Deputy Coroner's findings leave more questions than answers.
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