Former Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen says ICAC is a “shaming campaign” which operates for “maximum shame and humiliation”.
“It’s very unfair when things are done in public as part of an investigation, the police don’t do it, “Ms Cunneen told Sky News host Alan Jones.
“They (ICAC) choose their own targets and they operate for maximum shame and humiliation on the way through, by then, it doesn’t matter whether anyone is ever found to be guilty or not guilty, your reputation is gone, and your job is gone.
“Why does New South Wales have public hearings? If they insist on public hearings there must be a quid pro quo and that must be a public apology and exoneration for the many, many times that it gets it wrong.”