The state’s police watchdog has warned that thousands of people could be subjected to ongoing police harassment following strip searches – even if anything illegal was found. The Redfern Legal Centre recently found evidence that more than 5,500 people had their...
Mr Davis of Sydney City Crime said the case reveals “how thin our right to political expression is in Australia”.
It found that marijuana can still be detected for weeks after being consumed – a finding which strengthens the case for changes to the drug driving laws
A Sydney business owner claims his livelihood has been destroyed as a result of flaws within the state’s controversial roadside drug testing scheme.
State Labor MP Rose Jackson recently took to social media to argue in favour of cannabis decriminalisation. Though this view isn’t widely supported by her party, Jackson has argued that the figures back her up.
Despite the toll COVID has inflicted on the economy, public health, and our mental wellbeing, data collected by Sniff Off, a drug reform campaign group, reveals the NSW Police continued to deploy sniffer dogs at train stations, bars, and other public spaces throughout the pandemic
A piece of A4 paper, quoting Governor Lachlan Macquarie, has become centre piece of a controversial trial testing Autralia’s implied freedom of political communication.
Busted for marijuana at Nimbin now labelled a terrorist by police and prosecutors. Dickson, 43, from Black Forest in Adelaide, is under a NSW control order as a “high-risk terrorist offender.”
Mehmet Biber was charged as a ‘Foreign Fighter’ in Syria despite never fighting. He did join a group in Syria opposed to President Assad but it was part of the local opposition, not a terrorist group. It was not ISIS or Al Nusra. Facing a penalty of imprisonment for 20 years, Biber was sentenced to 2.5 years non-parole. Mark Davis speaks after the sentence.
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