- Daniel Andrews is accused of ‘concealing an overt act of treason’
- The matter has been listed with the Myrtleford Magistrates Court on Friday
- Mr Andrews is charged with, but not limited to, concealing treason and fraud
- Myrtleford is a town in northeast Victoria, 280 km northeast of Melbourne
- The hearing will take place over video link due to ongoing Covid-19 concerns
- In Victoria, ordinary citizens can pay $85.70 and file a criminal charge in court.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has appeared on a criminal court listing after a charge of concealing treason was successfully filed with a court.
Mr Andrews has been summonsed to appear before the Myrtleford Magistrates’ Court on Friday, with a court date listed for 9.30am.
While the prosecuting agency on the court record is listed as ‘unknown’, it is understood anti-lockdown campaigners Jim Rech and photographer Dezi Freeman had the matter listed privately.