Jacqui Lambie tells defence royal commission that department spied on her | ABC News

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Firebrand Senator Jacqui Lambie has spoken about her battle with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs that led to her being secretly filmed and trying to take her own life.
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Senator Lambie gave evidence in Hobart to the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide — an inquiry she fought for years to start.
She finished her evidence with an emotional plea to other veterans.

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