Brierley pleads guilty to possessing child abuse material

Staff reporters
Thu, 01 Apr 2021

Staff reporters
Thu, 01 Apr 2021

Ron Brierley pleaded guilty after several charges were withdrawn.

Ronald Brierley has pleaded guilty to possessing child abuse material, the Sydney Morning Herald has reported.The Australian news outlet said he has pleaded guilty in the Downing Centre local court to three charges of possessing child abuse material, with a number of other charges withdrawn.The corporate raider who was one of New Zealand’s most successful businessman was arrested and charged in December 2019.A spokesperson for the prime minister said there is a process for forfeiture – the process of taking away someone's h...

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