Peta Credlin investigates Dan Andrews in a special investigation

Sky News Australia has announced it will broadcast a special one-hour investigation Deadly Decisions: Victoria’s Hotel Quarantine Catastrophe anchored by Peta Credlin

Taking a deep dive into Victoria’s hotel quarantine catastrophe, this special will investigate how flawed decision-making inside the government led to the use of private security guards instead of police and defence force personnel.

Victoria’s decision to go it alone has had disastrous consequences with more than 800 dead, five million Melbourne residents suffering the longest and toughest lockdowns in the world, and an economy on its knees.

Why did Victoria reject Australian Defence Force (ADF) support?

Why was a $30 million contract awarded to an unvetted and unapproved security firm for three months work, in under six hours?

Why does nobody in government – politician or official – remember who made these decisions, and why won’t anyone step up and take responsibility?

Peta explores the terrible human cost of the botched quarantine program, revealing devastating new details of how Victoria’s COVID crisis has impacted grieving families and small business owners who no longer have an income due to the lockdown.

For weeks, Sky News anchor Peta Credlin has used her legal training and extensive understanding of government processes, to relentlessly pursue the Andrews Government in search of the truth. After forensically questioning Premier Daniel Andrews during recent press conferences, Credlin forced a breakthrough with the Coate Board of Inquiry eventually seeking access to crucial phone records which led to the subsequent resignation of the Secretary of Victoria’s Department of Premier and Cabinet, and further action by the Inquiry.

Without this new information, the Coate Inquiry was on its way to writing up its report. Instead, after an extraordinary hearing this week, more material has been sought from the Premier Daniel Andrews, Victoria’s Chief Health Officer, Brett Sutton and other officials.

How close are we to getting to the bottom of what went so catastrophically wrong in Victoria and how real are the claims of a cover-up?

Ahead of the Inquiry’s release of its findings into the Victorian Government’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, join Peta Credlin as she begins to reveal the truth behind Victoria’s hotel quarantine catastrophe.

Watch Deadly Decisions: Victoria’s Hotel Quarantine Catastrophe with Peta Credlin Sunday 1 November at 8:00pm AEDT.


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