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Kate McClymont is an investigative journalist, currently reporting on the Independent Commission Against Corruption for the Sydney Morning Herald. In the late 1980s, McClymont worked for two years as a junior reporter on Four Corners. In 2002, she won a Gold Walkley, an investigative journalism award, with Anne Davies for coverage of a rugby league salary cap scandal associated with the Canterbury Bulldogs. She presented the 2014 Andrew Olle Media Lecture. She is the co-author, with Linton Besser, of He who must be Obeid, an unauthorised biography of former NSW Minister Eddie Obeid.
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McClymont was successfully sued for defamation by former Macquarie Bank executive Bill Moss for A$49,000 plus legal costs. According to The Australian the judge said "The particular chapter in which Mr Moss is featured is headed The Bagman, evidently a reference to Mr (Eddie) Obeid’s role in an attempt to bribe the NSW Labor government in circumstances where the approval of poker machines was a central requirement of the success of a development proposal backed by Mr Obeid,” “Many other characters in the book come in for similar treatment to that involved in the discussion of Mr Moss. That is, there is a collection of statements which, while not openly attributing dishonesty or corruption to those persons, convey those notions in the careful language of insinuation and scepticism.”