Ray Robinson (ATSIC Deputy Chairperson)
He resigned at a time when ATSIC was under enhanced scrutiny by the Howard Government, then in its third term. He was subject to investigation regarding his conduct as an administrator and board member of a number of Aboriginal organisations.
He was convicted of an offense identified as a result of these investigations in September 2008, but on appeal the Queensland Court of Appeal quashed that conviction and ordered a retrial. In 2011, he was convicted on retrial and placed on a good behaviour bond
- Murray McLaughlin (26 June 2003). "ATSIC in crisis in wake of Robinson resignation". The 7:30 Report. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2 May 2011.
- Peter George (28 July 2003). "Positions Vacant: Interview with Ray Robinson". Four Corners. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2 May 2011.
- Sarah Elks (2 September 2009). "Former ATSIC boss Ray Robinson wins retrial". The Australian. Nationwide News. ISSN 1038-8761. Retrieved 2 February 2010.
- Tony Koch; Michael McKenna (15 April 2011). "'Sugar' Ray Robinson $45,000 no-pay order reviewed". The Australian. Nationwide News. ISSN 1038-8761. Retrieved 2 May 2011.
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