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The Australian’s national security editor writes about efforts to keep convicted terrorists like Abdul Nacer Benbrika in jail.
‘I don’t judge. I don’t prosecute. I defend’.
Rob Stary is the subject of a feature recently published by Fairfax. Rob Stary’s law firm represented a number of the men tried for terrorism offences in ‘The Trial’.
You can now buy this important human rights film about Australia’s approach to terrorism from Ronin Films. Continue reading
To stream The Trial: The inside story of Australia’s biggest terrorism trial documentary online, go to the WATCH tab.
Bryan Dawe conducted a Q&A with defence barrister Greg Barns, director Joan Robinson and producer John Moore, following the screening of The Trial, to close the Castlemaine Documentary Festival.
At the end of the forum ‘FIGHTING RACISM IS UNION BUSINESS: Standing Up To Islamophobia’ the room of at least 100 rose to their feet as they thanked Omar Merhi for his talk and unending effort to counter racism.
“Individuals charged with terrorism offences … are entitled to the presumption of innocence and a fair trial. The way our politicians, police and media behave should reflect those fundamental rights,” said Greg Barns this week (22/9/2014).
The Trial nominated for best editing in a documentary Continue reading