Police raids union office in Sydney

The fraud department of the police of New South Wales raided one of the Health Services Union offices in Sydney on Wednesday, giving a new twist to the long battle of HSU.

The police authorities informed that the raid is a result of a piece of information discovered by the department almost two days ago. They landed on the property after much investigation and proof and state that the evidence they have collected seems to have been hampered before they arrived at the office. However, whatever the condition of the evidence, it has been seized and is under the custody of the department of police of New South Wales.

One of the leaked sources informed media that the head of the union office Michael Williamson has been accused to being caught taking out some of the confidential files belonging to the office out of the property. However, police authorities have not released any such statement so far. Detectives are reported to be sweeping the area for further investigations. However, the police department has confirmed that they will be pressing charges again someone from the office in an attempt to hinder their investigation by intervening with their protocol procedure and hampering the evidence.

Speaking to the media, the superintendent of detectives Colin Dyson said, “One has major concerns that efforts have been made to interfere with information relevant to our investigation. I don’t dismiss the possibility of criminal charges arising from those efforts. A bag of documents was intercepted this morning.”

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