You would be aware that the offender's home was raided by police on 24 October last year.
If you've watched the video package above, you will have seen the offender's mouthpiece Chris McArdle opine that the offender's handwriting is not present on hooker-related credit card vouchers, notwithstanding the offender's later payment of the bills with HSU money when the statements arrived.
As I said on the day, every touch leaves its trace.
The offender would be well aware of the matters alleged against him. He was invited by police to drop by for a chat to put his side of the story. He has declined to co-operate. Steve Lewis pointed out that, "Mr Thomson has declined to be interviewed by both the NSW and Victoria Police, who are expected to wrap-up their case against him by Christmas". Well it's back to work now, post Australia Day.
It's hard to imagine that anything more remains to be done. He's had every chance to put his case. All the conceivable evidence has been amassed. He has declined to be interviewed. I would have thought that the offender's conduct, as set out in Terry Nassios's report provides compelling grounds for police to bring the offender to justice. Right about now would be good.