Feeney tells high court dog ate his citizenship papers

David Feeney

Boscutti Report - Feeney tells high court dog ate his citizenship papers

BRISBANE (Boscutti Report) — Victorian MP David Feeney has confirmed he is still unable to produce any documentary evidence from British or Irish authorities that he took steps to renounce his citizenship and entitlements, the high court has heard.

Legal representatives of Mr Feeney and Katy Gallagher, the first two Labor members to be caught in the citizenship fiasco, appeared before the high court in Brisbane.

The high court granted Mr Feeney an extension to 1 February to allow his team to continue their search for the relevant documents. There were also delays in confirming expert witnesses.

A spokeswoman said the family dog Shitsi, a factional Shih Tzu crossbreed, had eaten Mr Feeney’s citizenship papers.


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