Dr. T.J Coles explores the powers behind lockdown policing in Australia, including the militarisation of forces, international agreements, private mercenaries and more.
TOTT News provides readers with an on-the-ground timeline of events from today’s ‘violent’ freedom protest in Melbourne – including what the media DOESN’T want you to see.
South Australians who refuse to submit to on-the-spot fingerprint scans will face up to three months behind bars or a $1250 fine, under promised election proposals by Attorney-General and Deputy Premier, John Rau last year.
It has been revealed that under new legislation set to be released for discussion, police – with ”reasonable cause” – suspecting a individual of committing; about to commit or able to assist with a crime, can be subjected to this new measure.
Photo: Max Riethmuller A public forum entitled G20: dissent, police powers and international reviews of security implementation was held yesterday as part of a collaborative project between the Griffith Law School, the Caxton Legal Centre, Queensland University of Technology and University of Queensland, to discuss whether vastly expanded police powers contained within the ‘G20 Safety and Security