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Understate: Lawyer X
Victoria Police turned a criminal lawyer named Nicola Gobbo into an informer against her own clients. Dubbed Lawyer X by the media, Gobbo arguably helped stop a bloody gangland war in Melbourne but she also undermined the state’s justice system. Adam presents new evidence that shows the extent of her treachery.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 140 ratings
Easy to follow...
This was great to listen to, easy to follow unlike some comments that it wasn’t? I also live in Melbourne and you would have to be living down a hole to not know who all the players are! Well done Adam.. look forward to listening to your other pods :))
lovespodcats via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/10/20
I never really understood this case but this series helped. I did find Adam’s viewpoint to be very sympathetic towards criminals. Which was hard to relate to. Informative nonetheless
EmmetGeorge via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/25/20
Let down
Have been waiting to listen to this podcast, enjoyed episode 1, but episode 2 keeps stopping and starting, even when I had full phone service, so I thought I’d wait until I got home & connected to my wifi & yet the same problem. I didn’t try any of the next 3 episodes because I didn’t...Read full review »
6UL-DV8 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/23/20
Recent Episodes
Published 03/04/20
Facing a contempt of court charge if she didn’t give evidence to the Royal Commission, Lawyer X makes a surprise appearance. Finally, Nicola Gobbo would explain to the world her motivation for becoming a double-dealing snitch.
Published 02/25/20
Drug barons and corrupt police were running riot in the early 2000s but Victoria Police had a secret weapon, a criminal barrister prepared to betray her clients, lovers and associates. This double agent was playing a deadly game.
Published 01/16/20
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