Labor claims Buswell cover-up
An ugly and spiteful debate has erupted on the floor of state parliament as the Labor party moved to have Troy Buswell explain the events of Feb 3. Opposition leader Mark McGowan called for a suspension of parliamentary orders to allow for it.
The state opposition say there are more questions to be asked about the path Troy Buswell took from Kings Park and the damage he left in his wake on February 3.
1. Mounted kerb at roundabout on corner of Barker Road and Olive Street, hitting Telstra junction box
2. Swiped Holden Barina near 111 Barker Road
3. Rear-ended a Suzuki Vitara parked near 37 Olive Street, causing it to shunt into the back of a Mitsubishi
4. Hit a parked Holden Commodore near 84 Olive Street.
John Quigley – Member for Butler
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