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Table of Contents The Tradition of Hate Towards Protesters One of the most striking examples of the attitude of politicians towards those who protest was shown by the corrupt long serving New South Wales Premier, Sir Robert William Askin GCMG, when he uttered the words, ‘Run over the bastards’, referring
Table of Contents McLeod-Lindsay Background Mr Alexander McLeod-Lindsay was born on 24 December 1934 and died on 17 September 2009. He was born in Scotland and migrated to Australia when he was16 years old. He came to Australia under the Assisted Migration Scheme. He did an apprenticeship in the printing
A copy of the Royal Commission Report is available below. You will need to download it and read the pdf file. Royal Commission of Inquiry into Chamberlain Convictions, Report, Commonwealth Parliamentary Papers (1987), volume 15, paper 192
On Monday this week, the Attorney General, Michael Davies, issued an unconditional pardon and immediately released Ms Folbigg from prison. Ms Folbigg had been incarcerated for 20 years after being convicted for killing each of her four children. She has always maintained that she was innocent and had never harmed
On Wednesday, 31 June, Sue Higginson (Greens Party) made a motion in the Legislative Council of the NSW Parliament. The speech demonstrated the courage that our legislators require to do their job and seek genuine justice rather than hiding behind politics that allowing other to avoid making real decisions for
Fourteen academics from law faculties in universities of NSW have co-signed a letter for the Attorney General, Mr Michael Daley, to immediately release Ms Folbigg from prison pending the further steps that will be taken for her complete exoneration. The letter is reproduced in full below.
Table of Contents Sue Higginson, a member of the NSW Parliament for the Greens, has called on the Attorney General, the Hon. Michael Daley and the Premier, to ensure the immediate release of Kathleen Folbigg. Ms Higginson points out that he has the authority to do so in the light
Table of Contents Pardon and Parole Powers and Procedures in New South Wales This short paper has been prepared because some parliamentarians in New South Wales have indicated they do not understand the law as it relates to the exercise of the prerogative of mercy. Prerogative of Mercy Meaning One