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Heavy-handed Covid Policing: The Discriminatory Sweep of Southwestern Sydney

By Paul Gregoire: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. On 3 July, the initial, and thought to be only, Saturday of the “soft” Sydney lockdown, premier Gladys Berejiklian at her 11am announcement, jovially empathised with locals about the weather being “great” and asked… Continue Reading →

Occupied Sydney: Police Cars Flood Streets for Covid Compliance

TOTT News NSW Police have come under criticism for launching a ‘high-visibility operation’ across Sydney’s south-west to ensure public compliance with state health orders. A viral video has revealed a snippet of Sydney’s lockdown nightmare, with dozens of police cars… Continue Reading →

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