Sean Daniel Murphy fined $5,500 after pleading guilty to making remarks on call to Greens senator’s office

A Sydney police officer has been spared jail after he said he wanted to rape a Greens senator’s young relative during a “disgraceful” phone call.

Sean Daniel Murphy, a senior constable with NSW Police, pleaded guilty to making the remarks during a brief call to Sarah Hanson-Young’s Adelaide office in July 2018.

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