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60 Minutes: Unforgettable/Rise of the Unicorns/I’m Not Mike Munro
Unforgettable/Rise of the Unicorns/I’m Not Mike Munro
Nine  |  August 18, 2019

Tara Brown catches up with Bianca Saez, the inspiring and charming woman with the worst case of Tourette's. Plus, learn how our tech billionaires are saving Australia. And Mike Munro's dark family bushranger secret.

Tara Brown catches up with Bianca Saez, the inspiring and charming woman with the worst case of Tourette's. Plus, learn how our tech billionaires are saving Australia. And Mike Munro's dark family bushranger secret.

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60 Minutes

June 28, 2020  |  Nine

Foreign Interference On Friday, federal agents under the direction of counter espionage authority ASIO, conducted an extraordinary raid on the home and office of NSW Labor MP Shaoquett Moselmane. Investigators were searching for evidence of any involvement by Moselmane in a plot by China to interfere in Australia's political system. It's thought to be the first time a serving member of an Australian parliament has been investigated over allegations of being influenced by a hostile foreign state. Reporting for 60 Minutes, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, Nick McKenzie was there for the raid and says the agents clearly knew what they were looking for. McKenzie, who for months has also been observing Moselmane's pro-China activities, warns this operation will have far-reaching consequences both here and in Beijing. Madeleine The disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann has been a heart-breaking mystery. For 13 years, ever since she went missing on a family holiday in Portugal, her beautiful face has haunted the world. In that time her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann have never stopped searching for answers about their daughter. They've also never stopped hoping she's still alive. Now there is news, but it's not good. German prosecutors say they know Maddie is dead and they have the prime suspect, a known sex offender, in their sights. On 60 Minutes, Liz Hayes reports on the depraved world of 43-year-old Christian Bruckner. Her story includes the first pictures from inside his secret lair, as well as comprehensive analysis of the investigation to ensure justice for Madeleine McCann. Dusty's War Every front-line soldier knows war is hell. It's an enormous responsibility to pick out an enemy fighter, aim a weapon at them and then pull the trigger knowing death is the likely result. That's why in conflict there are very specific rules of engagement. For the last four years, a secret inquiry - the biggest in Australian military history - has been investigating whether soldiers from our elite special forces broke those rules and committed war crimes in Afghanistan. On 60 Minutes, Nick McKenzie reveals new information about the shameful conduct of some of our elite fighters. One shocking incident involves former SAS medic Dusty Miller, a good man traumatised by the savagery he says a fellow soldier inflicted on an injured, unarmed Afghan civilian.

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60 Minutes

June 21, 2020  |  Nine

King Hit Here's a tip worth remembering. Under no circumstances should anyone stand between Peter Foster and his ill-gotten gains. For three decades Foster has been scamming his way to millions and millions of dollars of other people's money. He's Australia's best - correction, worst - con artist, but until now the real impact of his crimes has often been diluted by ridiculing the gullible victims who were duped by his fast-talking and dodgy schemes. The truth though is simple: Foster is a hard-nosed criminal, and as you're about to see - and hear - he'll stop at nothing to get to his loot. On assignment for 60 Minutes, Karl Stefanovic reports on explosive new allegations involving Australia's most despicable conman and the cop who finally beat him, in an epic battle that gets downright dirty. Top Secrets Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has made his name - and plenty of enemies - by publishing military and other highly sensitive secrets of multiple governments around the world. As a consequence, he now calls a maximum-security jail in the UK home while he fights a bitter battle with the Trump administration which wants him extradited to the US. Before prison, the controversial - and now very frail - Australian spent seven years holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. And that's where Assange conceived his own top secrets - two sons with his, until now, equally secretive fiancee, Stella Moris.

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