Extradition and Mutual Assistance Changes Slip in under the Radar

(CastanCentre) Last Wednesday, in the aftermath of the infamous Labor leadership showdown and when all eyes were on the Carr for Canberra drama, federal Parliament passed the Extradition and Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation Amendment Bill 2011. Unless I missed it, the passage of this Bill into law garnered not a single headline, but it should have, because it makes major changes to Australia’s cooperation with other countries in criminal cases. Read More

Editors note: Oddly this is going on while Wikileaks, Julian Assange is talking about running against Gillard in Gillard’s seat of Lalor. Gee, Liberal Abbort wrongfully had ONP Hanson locked up–now Labor Gillard ships her opponents  (except Abbort) overseas? Stalin would’ve been most proud of comrade Gillard.

1 comment to Extradition and Mutual Assistance Changes Slip in under the Radar

  • Verbewarp

    Nothing surprising here as Gillard is first a Fabian (through stealth and deception) cultist which just so happens to coincide with Zionistic Israel’s Mossad.

    It is clear that the US ‘neo-cons’ are preparing all the Oz legislation for Gillard to have pushed through the two houses.

    I like that Abbort – it defines him perfectly.

    Stealth and Deception. I just cannot stand congenital liars!

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