Is the Australian Foreign Minister a Spy?

Could this technically be treason?



On Monday, the Australian newspaper, The Age, after going through 11,000 cables published by WikiLeaks, found that Carr had been briefing the US embassy since the 1970s on both the internal decision-making of the Australian government during the Whitlam Labor Government (1972-75) and internal workings of the Australian Labour Party.

Bob Carr has been Australia’s Foreign Minister for 12 months, replacing Kevin Rudd who resigned after challenging Julia Gillard for the Premiership. Carr has been involved in the Australian Labor Party for more than 40 years and was once the New South Wales premier from 1995-2005. Carr began his relationship with US embassy officials in the mid 1970s when he was President of Young Labour and education officer of the NSW Labor Council.

According to The Age report, written by Philip Dorling, Carr regularly briefed the US Consul General over labor issues and the Labour government’s prospects in Canberra…

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