Republic of Moreland

April 5, 2007

Terry Hicks to speak out

Filed under: crime,events,politics — Kath @ 10:27 am

They’ve silenced David Hicks, but they can’t silence Terry. Hear him speak on how the government forced his son to plead guilty and why Guantanamo must be closed. 1pm Saturday 21st April State Library. Speakers include Terry Hicks and  Bob Brown. For info call: 0407856628.

Endorsed by Civil Rights Defence, Liberty Victoria, Victorian Trades Hall.

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  1. PRESS RELEASE: TERRY HICKS BREAKS THE SILENCE ABOUT GUANTANAMO BAY AND HIS SON DAVID

    Terry Hicks announced today that he will speak in Melbourne at an outdoor rally on 21 April.

    ‘They’ve tried to silence David,’ said Mr Hicks, ‘but they can’t keep me quiet. David might have had to agree to a deal to come home but that doesn’t make what happened to him was right. And it’s important to speak out about it.’

    Mr Hicks will be attending the Melbourne part of a National Day of Protest around David’s case. Similar events are scheduled for Sydney (with Senator Kerry Nettle, Dr. Tim Anderson and Mamdouh Habib), Adelaide, Canberra, Perth and Darwin.

    ‘The deal cooked up at the tribunal does not mean that this story is over,’ said Mr Hicks. ‘The way David has been treated has implications that should worry every Australian.’

    The Melbourne event will also feature an address from Senator Bob Brown. The rally has been endorsed by Civil Rights Defence, Liberty Victoria and Victorian Trades Hall.

    National Day of Protest 1pm Saturday 21st April
    State Library, Melbourne
    Speakers include Terry Hicks and Bob Brown

    For more information, please contact Civil Rights Defence on 0407856628

    Comment by will — April 11, 2007 @ 6:39 pm | Reply

  2. FREE DAVID NOW: NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION
    Saturday 21 April

    Melbourne: 1pm, State Library

    Sydney: 12 noon, Sydney Town Hall

    Brisbane: 11am, Queens Park

    Adelaide: 11am, Victoria Square

    Canberra: 10am, Regatta Point, Commonwealth Ave bridge

    Darwin: 10am, Fannie Bay Gaol

    http://www.civilrightsdefence.org/?p=44
    http://www.fairgofordavid.org/htmlfiles/main.htm

    Comment by Will — April 18, 2007 @ 1:48 pm | Reply


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