Witness K and Bernard Collaery have been named Person of the Year by Crikey.com
Newspapers are screaming over the suppression order on the trial of Cardinal George Pell. Their upholding of the people's "right to know" in important matters of public interest is inspiring. Therefore, I look forward to their vehement demands for transparency in the matter of "Witness K" and Bernard Collaery. Every Australian has the right to … Continue reading Good for the goose, good for the gander
Suppression orders and lawyers’ arrogance undermine democracy Bernard Keane - Crikey, 13 December 2018 The resort to suppression orders by our courts undermines faith in the legal system and is used by the legal industry to avoid scrutiny.
The controversial law that will decide the future of the Witness K trial Madeleine Miller - Crikey, 15 November 2018 The Witness K and Bernard Collaery case could well continue behind closed doors, prompting great concern over their right to a fair trial. But who gets to make the decision?
Watch this 3 minute YouTube by JuiceMedia. Brilliant summary of the issues. A Juicy history indeed.
A growing number of the signatures on our petition are from overseas. More and more people are learning about the despicable Australian spying on Timor and now, of the unconscionable pursuit and persecution of the two heroes and patriots who told the truth. The UK Financial Times has this article: 'Australia's Watergate' .
The hearing in the Magistrate's Court, 4 Knowles Place Canberra, scheduled for November 1, was adjourned to Wednesday November 7, at 9:00 a.m. Despite this change, supporters gathered outside the Court on November 1, calling for the charges to be dropped. Rob Wesley-Smith is a Darwin-based long time activist for Timor. Read his comments here. … Continue reading Protest in Canberra 1 Nov 2018