Lisa Wilkinson has taken up a cudgel of crusading journalism that seems to have shifted in the age of social media


When a journalist becomes a crusader themselves – an understandable transition and a blurry line if ever there was one – then problems and conflicts can very quickly arise, writes Joe Hildebrand.

The firestorm over Lisa Wilkinson’s Logies speech has already cast her into the depths of Dante’s Inferno. It would be cruel and unnecessary to join the pile-on.

But the forces that culminated in the delay of the Parliament House rape trial and a suggestion that courts would now be more likely to suppress cases – one a savage blow for the parties involved and the other a savage blow for the public’s…



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