The Go-Fund-Me page was set up on Wednesday evening at about 8pm; we published the following report at 8:19 on Thursday, December 2, 2021. It was shut down shortly after 9am. We are investigating.
Contributions have started to flow to the Go-Fund-Me crowd funding project established by the Sue Neill-Fraser Support Group in the immediate aftermath of the dismissal of her appeal on November 30, 2021. The project aims to raise money towards a campaign of public information to negate the false narrative built around her by police and the ODPP.
The landing page states that “Funds will be used for advertising, printing documents, and flyers, billboards, banners, placards, letterbox drops, etc etc “ in Tasmania and on the mainland. Support Group President Rosie Crompton-Crook says the funds will also be used to pay the travel and accommodation expenses of high profile speakers invited to Hobart.
An initial target of $25,000 has been set, and some $2,770 was donated in the first 10 hours.