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60 Minutes: The Face of Evil/Sheep, Ships and Videotape
The Face of Evil/Sheep, Ships and Videotape
Nine  |  April 8, 2018
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The Face of Evil
Frank Wark is about as evil as a man can be. Thankfully, he is now in prison, where he is likely to spend the rest of his life. For years he was free to commit atrocious attacks on women, including rape and murder. If that isn't horrendous enough, what is truly alarming is that we now know Wark's crime spree could have, and should have, been stopped as soon it began. But as Ross Coulthart discovers, this violent predator, now aged 61, was able to continue his nefarious ways due to some of the sloppiest police work you will ever see.

Sheep, Ships and Videotape
Australia's export of live sheep, mostly to the Middle East, is very lucrative. Last year it was worth $250 million. The very point of the business is that the sheep arrive at their destination alive, but transporting thousands of animals on long voyages across the sea is challenging. For years, exporters have assured the Australian public the safety and wellbeing of the sheep is their priority. And because they don't allow cameras on board, we have had no choice but to accept what they say. That all changes on 60 Minutes this week. Liam Bartlett has obtained secret video, recorded over multiple trips, which proves we have all been lied to. It shows disturbing animal cruelty and exposes a shameful industry.

The Face of Evil
Frank Wark is about as evil as a man can be. Thankfully, he is now in prison, where he is likely to spend the rest of his life. For years he was free to commit atrocious attacks on women, including rape and murder. If that isn't horrendous enough, what is truly alarming is that we now know Wark's crime spree could have, and should have, been stopped as soon it began. But as Ross Coulthart discovers, this violent predator, now aged 61, was able to continue his nefarious ways due to some of the sloppiest police work you will ever see.

Sheep, Ships and Videotape
Australia's export of live sheep, mostly to the Middle East, is very lucrative. Last year it was worth $250 million. The very point of the business is that the sheep arrive at their destination alive, but transporting thousands of animals on long voyages across the sea is challenging. For years, exporters have assured the Australian public the safety and wellbeing of the sheep is their priority. And because they don't allow cameras on board, we have had no choice but to accept what they say. That all changes on 60 Minutes this week. Liam Bartlett has obtained secret video, recorded over multiple trips, which proves we have all been lied to. It shows disturbing animal cruelty and exposes a shameful industry.

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