Writer's Articles - Evan Whitton
'Walkley Award-winning journalist Evan Whitton dies, aged 90'
Why and how English law is a taxpayer-funded racket, luckily for Cardinal George Pell
Who runs politics? The Dead Camel Party? The Shitters’ Party?
How Rupert Murdoch went bad ...
Rupert Murdoch: Our Part in His Evil Upfall* ...
How taxpayers are obliged to fund a racket
Submission on the role of the criminal justice system ...
The malady: why untrained judges need help from ordinary people
How English politicians, judges and lawyers went for the money
Dyson Heydon ... and the Sir Garfield Barwick Address
Judges pervert ...
Famous historian inaccurate on Napoleon ...
Two of Us: A beautiful love story ...
Footfalls echo in the memory ...
Abbott is of course not the only liar in public life ...
The genius of the common law ...
Legal persons at risk for cartel conduct
A history of two legal systems in 700 words ...
Four Cases ...
The Prescience of Evan Whitton
Terrified of terrorists?
A reasonable doubt for a reasonable price
How the law protects serial rapists and organised criminals
V. J. Carroll and the essence of journalism
Terrorism 101: A little history ...
Dickens on our corrupt legal system
How to be an ace reporter
The storm clouds gather; the goal posts recede ...
Why Australia is a paradise for white collar criminals
St Andrews - Home of “Golfe”
Kerry Packer at the Queen's Club
Her Majesty's garden party
Whitlam at the Palais Seidler: “When we're alone ...”
London clubs: “Put him on the bill”
Newcombe on winning
Bill Wentworth meets Pavarotti
World War III. Or, A Night at the Opera House
Ella and Gould at Murrayfield
Oram attempts to fang Pontiff
How to interview an assassin
The Rotorua Circus
Ms Bacall is not amused
Bacall and Bogart
How to get a job in journalism
The art of the reptile
Amazing Scenes: Adventures of a Reptile of the Press (1)
Evan's last extract: How to get justice ...
The Remedy: The investigative system is better in every respect ...
We’re in the [adversary system] tart shop now, boys
He was the guy who got the dingo off
“How do those judges sleep at night?”
24 truth-defeating devices (5): Why rape victims vomit on the witness box
24 truth-defeating devices (5)
24 truth-defeating devices (4)
24 truth-defeating devices (3)
24 truth-defeating devices (2)
24 truth-defeating devices
Faster, simpler, fairer justice
Larceny by trick: tax evasion
Corrupt libel law
The corrupt civil process
The judge as Humpty Dumpty
The cartel: law as business
So you can basically lie ...
What common lawyers do
Judicial corruption in our system
The moral failure of law schools
Bonaparte reforms inquisitorial system
US fatally persists with common law
Corruption in the Chancery Court
Origin of the adversary system
The cartel rejects truth
Origin of the investigative system
Organised criminals start common law
Whitton: Origins of the two systems
Our corrupt legal system
A moving encomium for an old viper
War on Terror hobgoblin
Legal eagles hover above the law
Justice is perverted
The Holy American Emperor
Silence, in court
Encore la monnaie!
Double jeopardy, boil and bubble
Libel law's grave crisis
Academics ... and the law
Bribery: how much is enough?
Ethics, Milat, law
Crims in the public sector
The Truth, Your Honour
Corporate organised crims, and others
The sorry truth about justice
Amazing Scenes: Fun in Journalism