The Chief of South Australia's Police, Mal Hyde (pictured above), got away with grossly unprofessional behaviour. Mike Phelan (of the AFP), lied (and "Forgot" to arrest criminals) - as did Mick Keelty (formerly of the AFP). ACLEI couldn't prosecute its way out of wet paper bag, and neither could the New South Wales Police integrity Commission (and Christopher Laycock says "Ta very much"). While the New South Wales Crime Commission flogs 6 kilos of cocaine to drug users - and honest police who try to tell the truth end up dead from "Natural causes" with knives in their back.
The rule of law does not exist in Australia, as the coming book and documentary will explain in great detail.
PS - and something I almost forgot to add, criminals who bribe corrupt police get paid big bucks to keep their mouth shut.