According to an AAP report in this morning’s Canberra Times,
CONFESSED terrorism supporter David Hicks is expected to arrive in
Hicks is apparently so dangerous that he had to be flown to
The ABC, with its more measured ‘Convicted terrorism supporter’ line, reports
He will serve the remainder of his nine-month sentence for providing material support for terrorism alongside some of
An who could provide more appropriate company for a guy who has never harmed anybody?
Federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock says he does not know if Hicks is dangerous or just deluded.
But there’s no doubt whatsoever about the abominable Ruddock. Thousands of refugees can attest that he is a truly dangerous man. And some have not lived to be able to testify that he wantonly returned them to countries where their fear of persecution was not only well founded, but in the end borne out by their disappearance at the hands of a stable and peaceful state.
Hicks may have confessed under duress, but Howard and Ruddock and Bush and Blair and their ilk freely – proudly – admit their crimes against humanity and fly through any airspace they like.