Australia Di Carlo fed information from CCC: police

02:09  13 september  2017
02:09  13 september  2017 Source:   MSN

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lawyer Sam Di Carlo arranged for people involved in a corruption watchdog investigation to feed him information via legal representatives, police allege. "Yes," CCC Detective Senior Sergeant Charles Kohn replied. But he said Di Carlo never told Pisasale what to say to the CCC in any intercepted

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High-profile Brisbane lawyer Sam Di Carlo arranged for people involved in a corruption watchdog investigation to feed him information via legal representatives, police allege.

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lawyer Sam Di Carlo arranged for people involved in a corruption watchdog investigation to feed him information via legal representatives, police allege. "Yes," CCC Detective Senior Sergeant Charles Kohn replied. But he said Di Carlo never told Pisasale what to say to the CCC in any intercepted

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The revelation was among further details of an ongoing Crime and Corruption Commission investigation that emerged as Di Carlo sought to vary bail conditions at Brisbane Magistrates Court.

The 60-year-old was charged with perjury last month over allegations he lied at a CCC investigative hearing.

As part of his release from custody he was banned from contacting several people, who will likely be CCC witnesses or co-accused, including friend and embattled former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale, the court heard.

Di Carlo unsuccessfully applied on Tuesday to have his bail conditions amended, while police succeeded in adding another name to the list of people he must avoid.

Tuesday's hearing centred on evidence in a CCC detective's affidavits outlining who Di Carlo should be banned from contacting over fears he may interfere with witnesses in their investigation.

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"You assert a belief that he has manipulated the investigation by organising legal representation in a manner that would afford information ... being reported back to him," Di Carlo's lawyer Craig Eberhardt said.

"Yes," CCC Detective Senior Sergeant Charles Kohn replied.

But he said Di Carlo never told Pisasale what to say to the CCC in any intercepted phone calls.

Det Sen Sgt Kohn said manipulation and interference of the CCC investigation stemmed from Di Carlo leaking to media to help Pisasale, who he cannot contact.

The court heard there's an ongoing investigation into fraud, relating to a bank account opened in the name of Qi Wang.

Ms Wang had worked for Di Carlo as a solicitor.

Di Carlo said he needed to contact her for trials slated to run until mid-December.

"I couldn't prepare in time, without her," he said

"I can't work on all these cases on my own and she has been working on some of them for up to two years."

Di Carlo is not required to appear when his matter comes before court on October 25.

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