A Current Affair’s news crew were the first outside television crew allowed access to Nauru Australia’s refugee dumping ground.
They promise a story that will stun Australians. It is unclear in what way it will stun. Will they portray the prison island in it’s true light or will they provide an honest account.
In all likely hood many will be stunned by just how low ACA will go.
Aside from the fact the government would not have allowed them access to the island had they thought the show would do proper independent journalism, apparently the film crew were followed around by Nauruan government officials and police.
This documentary is made by refugees on Nauru. This is what the government and corporate interests don’t want you to see.