Hawthorn racism report author Phil Egan accused of siphoning $779,000 from Indigenous organisation

The author of an explosive report into the alleged mistreatment of First Nations footballers at Hawthorn has faced court on charges that allege he made dozens of “concealed payments” to himself – totalling almost $800,000 – on top of his salary as head of an Indigenous organisation.

Melbourne Magistrates’ Court heard on Friday that police accuse Phil Egan, 60, of receiving an additional $779,246.72 on top of his contracted earnings between December 2010 and January 2015 while he was…

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