In its report on the investigation, made public on 3 August 2017, the Commission makes serious corrupt conduct findings against Mr Reynolds and Mr Ghamrawi.The Commission is of the opinion that the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions should be obtained with respect to the prosecution of Mr Reynolds, Mr Ghamrawi and Ms Boyle for various offences.
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In its report on the investigation, made public on 22 November 2016, the Commission makes findings of serious corrupt conduct against Mr Andjic, Shadi Chacra, Fayrouz Hammoud and Fatima Hammoud.
The ICAC is of the opinion that the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions should be obtained with respect to the prosecution of Mr Andjic, Mr Chacra, Fayrouz Hammoud, Fatima Hammoud and Hakime Hammoud for various offences.
The Commission is of the opinion that consideration should be given to obtaining the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions with respect to the prosecution of Edward Obeid Sr, Mr Kelly, Mr Brown and Mr Tripodi for common law criminal offences of misconduct in public office.
As there were common elements to this investigation and Operation Spicer, the evidence taken in each operation was taken as evidence in both operations.
The Commission has made 15 corruption prevention recommendations to improve the regulatory response and to address other issues and concerns raised in this investigation.
The ICAC investigated allegations that former Casino Boolangle Local Aboriginal Land Council (CBLALC) chief executive officer, Linda Stewart, and former CBLALC administrative assistant, Veronica Skinner, defrauded the CBLALC between 1 June 2010 and 12 October 2011 by issuing fraudulent invoices and certifying documentation to enable them to cash cheques drawn on the CBLALC bank account for their own benefit.
In its report on the investigation, made public on 26 July 2017, the Commission makes findings of serious corrupt conduct against Mr Goodman and former Council officers, Marny Baccam, Malcom Foo and Lorraine Cullinane.
The Commission also makes findings of serious corrupt conduct against contractors Keith Mark, Aleksa Subeski, Zoran Gajic, Joe Freitas, Sam Alexander, Lyndal Marshall, Robert Floudas and Siddick Hussein.
The ICAC also recommends that the NSW Government should consider adopting a model of local council oversight that is comparable to that applicable to state government agencies.
The ICAC investigated allegations that a former Western Sydney Regional Illegal Dumping Squad (WS RIDS) enforcement officer, Craig Izzard, exercised his public official functions partially and dishonestly by receiving corrupt payments to ignore illegal dumping in areas under his supervision, or to impede investigations by other WS RIDS officers.
To obtain the ICAC’s report or reports on these investigations, go to the relevant investigation summary and click on the "Request the report" link.