News items on High Court challenge to Tasmanian Government's Protest Laws

“These laws, if not challenged, will trap everybody who wants to take a stand against something that’s manifestly wrong going on in our country.”

Bob Brown report:

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  • Glenn William Wall
    commented 2016-03-18 16:05:21 +1100
    Federal Court of Australia/Citation;O’Flaherty v City of Sydney 2013 FCA/Parties;Eamonn O’Flaherty v City of Sydney The State of New South Wales /File number NSD 162 of 2012. Judge; Katzmann J/ Date of Judgement 15 April 2013./ Catch words; Constitutional law, implied freedom of communication. concerning Government and Political matters……
    Please send me an email address so I can forward the Judgement as we to were arrested for protesting and we to claimed “Freedom of speech” only to find we have none under our constitution.
    Better off using the UN Human Right charter which Australia helped form and signed1