SPRING HILL VOICE

 

 

The European Court of Human Rights is urging Greek authorities to hold off on deporting a Pakistani national who was due to be sent back to Turkey, from where he had traveled to Greece.

The man, whose name has not been publicized for his own protection, is being held at a migrant detention center on the island of Lesvos.

According to the Greek Council for Refugees, the asylum seeker is an Ahmadiyya Muslim and is seeking protection from persecution as a member of a religious minority. [Ekathimerini - 21/6/17]

 

 

Greek-Jews in Karditsa unveil monument to thank village that hid them from Nazis in WWII [Greek Reporter - 19/6/17]

 

 

@salvamentogob [22/6/17]:  Imágenes de las dos pateras rescatadas por la Guardamar Polimnia esta mañana 89 personas, entre ellas un bebé

 

 

Hundreds of migrants, some of them drifting in rubber dinghies off the coast of Libya, were picked up by Spanish and Italian ships on Saturday, adding to a lengthening list of rescue operations in recent days. ... [Reuters - 20/6/17]

 

 

‏@HelenaMaleno [20/6/17]:  Dos pateras con 11 y 5 personas rescatadas. Alertan de otra con 64 (21mujeres y un bebe) en el Estrecho #FronteraSur

 

 

French farmer detained again for helping migrants [Yahoo - 23/6/17]

 

 

Cédric Herrou, l’agriculteur militant devenu le symbole de l’aide aux migrants à la frontière franco-italienne, a de nouveau été placé en garde à vue à la gendarmerie de Breil-sur-Roya (Alpes-Maritimes), a fait savoir jeudi 22 juin son avocat. ... [Le Monde - 22/6/17]

 

 

... I thought America was the land of the free.

We are taken away from our homes and put into jail like livestock, while our government makes money on us. ... The US is trying to deport me, but you can’t deport my story [Voice of OC - 21/6/17]

 

 

Former Denver immigration centre detainees sue GEO Group for violating anti-slavery laws [The Gazette - 22/6/17]:

 

People once held in a privately run Colorado immigration detention center are challenging the system used to keep it clean and maintained, arguing it borders on modern day slavery.

They have won the right to sue GEO Group on behalf of an estimated 60,000 people held at its detention center near Denver over a decade.

They say the company is exploiting its detainees to keep the 1,500-bed center operating with just one full-time janitor.

The company says it's following government policies.

And it's asking a federal appeals court to block the case from continuing on behalf of so many people, noting it could lead to more claims against similar companies.

Another lawsuit was filed in May against the nation's largest private prison operator, CoreCivic, challenging similar labor practices at its San Diego immigration detention center.

 

 

About 5,000 mourners attended Wednesday's funeral of a Muslim girl whose beating death, blamed by police on a motorist's road rage, has some people in her community fearing for their safety.

Some wearing Islamic robes, others in street clothes, they left their cars as traffic overflowed and walked more than a mile to reach her mosque.

Nabra Hassanen, 17, was remembered as a shining example of kindness and openness during the services.

"There is nothing like losing a child, especially in the way that we lost Nabra," said Imam Mohamed Magid, the religious leader of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society.

He stood before Hassanen's closed coffin, covered by a black shroud decorated with quotes from the Quran.

Police said Hassanen was bludgeoned with a baseball bat early Sunday by a motorist who drove up to about 15 Muslim teenagers as they walked or bicycled along a road.

Police said the driver became enraged after exchanging words with a boy in the group.

A Hassanen family spokesman said the girls in the group were wearing Muslim headscarves and robes. ... [TIME - 22/6/17]

 

 

As Standing Rock camps cleared out, TigerSwan expanded surveillance to array of progressive causes [The Intercept - 22/6/17]

 

 

Four West Australian uranium projects granted environmental approval will be allowed to proceed, but the state government is blocking future mining bids.

Toro Energy's Wiluna project, Vimy Resources' Mulga Rock project, and Cameco's Kintyre and Yeelirrie projects all had the approval before Labor won the March election.

Yeelirrie was granted in mid-January - two weeks before the Barnett government went into caretaker mode - while Mulga Rock got the green light a month earlier.

Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston said Labor, which banned uranium mining when last in power between 2002 and 2008, had received advice it could not legally deny secondary approvals for the purpose of frustrating those already granted. ... [WA Today - 20/6/17]

 

 

WA elder jailed over unpaid fines [NIRS - 22/6/17]:

 

A West Australian elder is yet to receive an explanation as to why he was arrested and detained for five days due to fine defaults, despite making regular payments.

Dadawarra Harris was detained over $13,000 in unpaid fines on March 31 for five days.

The arrest came following his testimony in pastor Geoffrey Stokes’ hearing and was held in Eastern Goldfields Regional Prison.

The arrest was declared legally correct by the Goldfields-Esperance Police Acting Superintendent Glen Willers, who said it was in line with new police policy regarding fine defaulters.

Following an inquest into the death in custody of Ms Dhu, who was detained for unpaid fines, Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan declared that fine defaulters would not be held for more than eight hours.

As reported by the ABC, a spokeswoman for the Department of the Attorney-General said the Fines Enforcement registry does not comment on individual cases.

 

 

Goldfields pastor Geoffrey Stokes granted spent conviction, allowed to keep gun licence [ABC - 19/6/17]:

 

A Goldfields pastor and Aboriginal activist who fired a shotgun into the air during a confrontation at a Goldfields mine site has been fined $1,200 and granted a spent conviction.

Geoffrey Stokes was last week found guilty of discharging the gun to frighten workers during a confrontation at the Lady Liddington mine in October 2014.

Mr Stokes said he was acting in defence of a sacred site when he fired the gun, while prosecutors said he was attempting to frighten mine employees into stopping work. ...

 

 

... Cam said The Patient Assistance Transport Scheme (PATS) which organised the trip to and from Broome for Flora's appointment, didn't make it clear enough that a patients’ return ticket wouldn't be booked until after they attended their hospital appointment, and as a result, his wife ‘didn’t know where to go or what to do’.

“My wife slept rough on the streets with some blankets that locals in Broome gave her. The next morning she went to a parish in Broome and was fortunately given bread and tea.” ...  Diabetic woman threatened with removal from bus [NITV - 22/6/17]

 

 

@IRAG_NT [22/6/17]:  10 Years Too Long!This weekend at the Pioneer Hall in #AliceSprings discuss the ongoing effects of the #NTIntervention #stoptheintervention  

 

 

A look at the media’s role in the NT Intervention, 10 years on [NITV - 21/6/17]:

 

...  It’ll take generations for the locals to get used to this.

Local men were absolutely trashed by the Intervention and the ABC.

They are still trashed to this day, even by the late Bill Leak and his cartoons that show Aboriginal men as perverts, dysfunctional or just as misfits.

Reputationally, Indigenous people will suffer from this for a long, long time. ...

 

 

 

Justice is all just a bit of a joke for Australia's political and media establishment. [Sunshine Coast Daily - 2/4/14]

 

 

gravamen n. Latin for "to weigh down," the basic gist of every claim (cause of action) or charge in a complaint filed to begin a lawsuit. Example: in an accident case, the gravamen may be the negligence of the defendant, and in a contract case, it may be the breach of the defendant.

 

 

Today the Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services Mark Ryan and Commissioner Ian Stewart launched an opportunity to name the puppies in our latest litter.

The naming convention dictates that this litter will have names that begin with the letter ‘G’. ... [QPS Media - 22/6/17]

 

 

A Gold Coast rapper is suing the Queensland Police Service, after he was mauled by one of its dogs. ... [9 News Gold Coast - 11/5/17]

 

 

NSW police to face hearing over eight-year-old boy locked in paddywagon [Tweed Shire Echo - 22/6/17]:

 

... The maximum penalty for leaving a child unattended and locked in a car is a $22,000 fine.

The charge of police officer neglect/refuse/not carry out any lawful order carries a maximum penalty of 20 penalty units.

Each penalty unit is equivalent to a $110 fine.

 

 

Australian police and Facebook launch AMBER Alert child abduction system [Sydney Morning Herald - 22/6/17]:

 

... "Abducted and missing children can have a profound effect on loved ones and the community as well as the child, which is why NSW is taking part in the national rollout," NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said. ...

 

 

Child Abduction, AMBER Alert, and Crime Control Theatre, Timothy Griffin and Monica K. Miller [Sage Journals - Criminal Justice Review - June 2008]

 

 

Israeli soldiers invaded, on Wednesday at night, Abu Dis town, east of occupied East Jerusalem, and clashed with local youths, wounding three with rubber-coated steel bullets, and causing twenty-six others to suffer the severe effects of teargas inhalation.

The soldiers also abducted one Palestinian near Jenin. ... [PNN - 22/6/17]

 

 

Israel razes lands near Nablus in preparation for a new settlement [PNN - 21/6/17]

 

 

Israeli authorities implemented a third round of electricity supply cuts to the Gaza Strip on Wednesday -- honoring a request from the Palestinian Authority (PA) that announced last month it would drastically reduce its payments to fund the Hamas-run territory’s electricity bill -- as the Egypt government started to deliver diesel fuel to operate Gaza's only power plant. ... [Maan - 21/6/17]

 

 

Family rejects Israeli narrative of Palestinian killed at checkpoint as father is detained [Maan - 21/6/17]:

 

... Members of the family said that Bahaa left home Tuesday afternoon after getting off of work, and said he was going to Ramallah city to shop and visit his brother who lives in there.

They told Ma’an they were “shocked” by the news of Bahaa’s killing and denounced Israel’s version of events as “false claims.”

Relatives cited eyewitness accounts as saying that Israeli forces stopped Bahaa at the Jabaa checkpoint on his way back home from Ramallah and surrounded him.

After that, “nobody knows what happened,” they said.

The family said they first heard of Bahaa’s death through social media posts and were officially informed by the Palestinian liaison sometime later.

Bahaa was the oldest sibling of ten.

He worked with his father as a plumber, and was the second primary supporter of the family.

Family members said Bahaa had never been detained before for any reason and had no political affiliation. ...

 

 

Israeli forces detain mother of 18-year-old Palestinian slain in Jerusalem on suspicion of planning to conduct a crime [Maan - 21/6/17]

 

 

Israeli police on Wednesday arrested an Israeli man in connection with swastikas that were found spray painted on the walls of a synagogue and other buildings in a Jewish area of Jerusalem city, according to a statement from Israeli police spokeswoman Luba al-Samri.  ... [Maan - 21/6/17]

 

 

On World Refugee Day, estimates show 66% of Palestinians became refugees in 1948 [Maan - 20/6/17]

 

 

Israeli Interior Minister acknowledges Sudanese came to escape persecution in their home country [Haaretz - 22/6/17]:

 

Interior Minister Arye Dery acknowledged on Wednesday that asylum seekers from Sudan came to Israel in order to escape persecution in their home country.

His remarks to the Knesset Interior and Environment Committee were the first time an Israeli interior minister has implicitly recognized the refugee claims of asylum seekers.

Dery was responding to MK Anat Berko (Likud), who protested the granting this month of permanent resident status to 200 Sudanese from the Darfur region:

“Why are we taking in people from an enemy state?” she asked.

Committee chairman MK David Amsalem (Likud) prevented asylum seekers from addressing the session, which was convened to discuss “formulating a policy to deal with the problem of infiltrators in south Tel Aviv.”

He later said the purpose of this meeting was to hear from Dery, not the refugees. ...

 

 

A selection of articles and stories about asylum seekers and refugees in Israel on the occasion of World Refugee Day [+972 - 20/6/17]

 

 

... Afraid of being back on the streets, she started using another person’s identity, and was working as a live-in carer when police and immigration officials came to the door.

She was arrested, tried and convicted and spent eight months in Holloway prison — two months more than her sentence, under immigration hold.

Then, Ntombi was taken to Yarl’s Wood, the “immigration removal” centre near Bedford.

Opened in 2001 and outsourced to Serco in 2007, the centre has become notorious, with allegations of sexual abuse and degrading treatment by guards.

There have been numerous incidents of self-harm among the 400 detainees.

She says: “A lot of scary things were happening. I was more scared in Yarl’s Wood than I was in prison.”

At her lowest point, she fought off thoughts of suicide. ... [Morning Star - 22/6/17]

 

 

Canadian lawyers seek release of refugee claimant who has been held without charge for over 4 years [The Star - 16/6/17]:

 

The relative fairness of monthly detention reviews for immigration detainees was called into question Thursday in a testy exchange between the lawyers for a West African man who has been in maximum-security jail without charge for nearly four-and-a-half years and an Immigration and Refugee Board member.

Jared Will, who is representing Ebrahim Toure — a failed refugee claimant who has been behind bars since February 2013 because the government has been unable to deport him — objected to the fact that the government’s representative, who acts as a kind of prosecutor at the quasi-judicial hearing, had not disclosed evidence cited to justify Toure’s continued detention.

Suzy Kim, the board member hearing the case, appeared to be taken aback by Will’s objection.

Kim said the government’s oral submissions are regularly accepted as evidence in detention reviews, which are intended to be less formal than court proceedings.

Kim asked whether Will had disclosed the notes he had in front of him, for instance.

“I don’t have disclosure obligation because I’m not detaining anyone,” replied Will, visibly frustrated.

Decisions in detention reviews are typically made immediately following a hearing, but on Thursday Kim said she would deliver her decision in writing within a “reasonable” time frame.

Prior to the hearing Will — who is also in the midst of a Federal Court challenge to the entire immigration detention system — had made formal requests to have Toure’s removals officer cross-examined at the hearing and for the officer to disclose his notes.

Both requests were denied.

...

Toure’s lawyers have told the government that if he is not released they will be seeking a “habeas corpus” application in Superior Court — the same legal remedy with which they won the release of seven-year immigration detainee Kashif Ali in April.

“We will seek justice in a venue where they follow the law,” Scott said. ...

 

 

Rupert hates journalism, and Rupert hates refugees. --->  The mask falls. Today in London's The Times ... @JulianAssange [21/6/17]

 

 

@JulianAssange [21/6/17]:  Something good emerges from the UK blocking my asylum: the strongest effort to define asylum norms since 1975 ...

 

 

@JulianAssange [21/6/17]: List of non-ratifiers of UN convention against state kidnapping is telling. 5-Eyes+Russia+China in a tree with rendition helpers half way.

 

 

You can chain me, you can torture me, you can even destroy this body, but you will never imprison my mind.

 

Mahatma Gandhi

 

 

 

"My name is Kevin, I'm from Queensland and I'm here to help''

 

[Sydney Morning Herald - 27/4/07]

 

 

 

 

It is OUR policy: Australia and Papua New Guinea illegal imprisonment, exile and refoulement arrangement [Joint media release with Kevin Rudd - Prime Minister, Mark Dreyfus - Attorney General and The Hon Tony Burke MP - Australian Minister for Immigration, Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship - 19/7/13]

 

 

Descendants of Australia's sugar slaves looking forward to dual Solomons-Fijian citizenship [RNZI - 21/6/17]:

 

The descendants of Solomon Islands' slave labourers living in Fiji say they hope dual citizenship legislation being proposed in the Solomons will help them reconnect with long lost relatives.

In the mid-nineteenth century more than 60,000 Pacific Islanders from Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia and Niue were coerced to work on canefields in Australia and Fiji through trickery and kidnapping, a practice known as Blackbirding.

A Solomon Islands government delegation doing consultations in Melanesia this week on dual citizenship met with leaders of descendants of blackbirded Solomon Islanders living in Fiji.

The secretary of the dual citizenship task force, Chris Waiwori, described the meeting as an emotional one during which community leaders told the delegation they appreciated the move towards dual citizenship and saw it as another avenue for them to try and mend their broken links to Solomon Islands.

The taskforce is now in PNG for the final leg of its consultations having earlier also visited Vanuatu.

A final round of local consultations on the dual citizenship bill will be done when the taskforce returns to Honiara before a final draft of the bill is submitted to cabinet.

The Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare had previously said he aimed to have the bill tabled in parliament early next year.

 

 

@AmieBatalibasi [27/4/17]:  BLACKBIRD film is inspired by the history of Australia's sugar slaves. ...

 

 

Australians still unaware of Blackbirding history [RNZI - 17/7/16]

 

 

Robert Towns [Monument Australia]

 

 

1,100 Kanakas in Queensland - a South Sea legacy by Clem Lack [Sunday Mail - 13/2/1938]:

 

... It was not until Federation, however, and the adoption of the White Australia policy, that definite legislative action was taken to put an end to indentured kanaka labour.

The first Act passed by the Commonwealth Government in relation to the sugar industry sphere were thirteen Acts from 1904 to 1912 was an act to provide for the regulation, restriction, and prohibition of labour from the Pacific Island.

It was enacted that no Pacific Islander should enter Australia after March 31, 1904 and that none should enter before that year without a licence.

No agreement for island labour was to be made or to remain, in force after the end of 1906.

If any Pacific Islander were found after the end of 1906 they were to be deported.

An amendment of this Act was later passed, which provided that certain Pacific Islanders, such as those who had entered Australia prior to September 1859 or were of extreme age, were married, or who were in possession of freehold land, or those whose lives might be imperilled on landing on the islands, could be granted certificates exempting them from deportation.

Thus the great exodus of kanakas back to the islands began, and by 1906 the fleets of schooners which crowded the Mary, Burnett, and other Northern Rivers had transported more than 6000 of them back to their Pacific "homes". ...

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [22/6/17]:  Another refugee beaten by guards today. Second time in two days. Yesterday a refugee was also attacked by locals. Media silent.

 

 

All happening under cover of Australian media censorship and Refugee Week whitewashing --->  Enforced disappearance after 4 years illegal imprisonment is the predictable end result of Australia's anti-refugee "deterrence" policy [RNZI - 22/6/17]:

 

... He [Behrouz Boochani] said pressure was building on its [Australia's] 800-odd residents [refugee political prisoners on Manus Island] in the form of threats and overcrowding.

"Australian and PNG immigration each day call some refugees to their office and say, 'what is your plan? You have to leave here.'

"Also they want to destroy Foxtrot compound by the end of June, so all the people will go into other compounds and make it too crowded so people will have to leave."

Mr Boochani said authorities were finding new and petty ways to coerce the men into accepting repatriation [refoulement] or resettlement [exile without rights] in PNG.

"Another way is by reducing what's available in the shop. Each week one item is removed from sale. And they are stopping all the activities like English classes, gym and excursions," he said.

"We expect they will keep finding new ways to put pressure on us."

A barrister with the Australian Lawyers Alliance, Greg Barns, said it was illegal to coerce asylum seekers to return to countries where they were persecuted, a practice known as constructive refoulement.

"Effectively it's putting a gun at their head and saying, 'you either live in these intolerable conditions or alternatively you return to the country that you came from.' And of course in many cases returning to the possibility of persecution," said Mr Barns.

"In a sense they are going back there under duress. That can amount to constructive refoulement."

About 200 Manus men denied refugee status are faced with a choice between financially assisted repatriation or forced deportation.

The President of Australia's Human Rights Commission Gillian Triggs, who is also a professor of international law, said for those men PNG's dubious immigration system had created the risk of refoulement.

"In some cases their claim for refugee status may have been denied rightly and some have been denied it wrongly. Now those who are entitled to that status as a refugee may very well be constructively refouled, or returned to the country of persecution," said Ms Triggs. [THE ENTIRE PNG-AUSTRALIA ARRANGEMENT HAS BEEN FOUND ILLEGAL.  ANY "ASSESSMENT" IS A SHAM.]

"I think as a matter of international law, and now maybe also it seems Australian law, to have inflicted this risk is a continuing responsibility of the Australian government," she said.

"The general position of international law is that if a country like Australia has effective control over the lives of these people then it is responsible for what happens to them." ... <-- So why aren't you calling for the Australian government and opposition to END the "deterrence" policy and RESUME meeting our international obligations?

 

 

Where have you been Professor Triggs?  Deportation of injured asylum seeker illegally imprisoned on Manus Island (and subjected to sham assessment process) blocked by PNG Court [Huffington Post - 1/5/17]

 

 

... Mr El Sheikh suffered an injury to his kidneys from a beating by security forces, which prevented his deportation yesterday. ... PNG radiologist stymies brutal deportation theatre at Manus concentration camp [RNZI - 27/4/17]

 

 

Asylum seeker deported from Australia's illegal prison on Manus Island fears for his life in Lebanon [Sydney Morning Herald - 22/3/17]

 

 

"If they find me, they should kill me. ..." Nepalese asylum seeker in hiding after refoulement from Australia's illegal prison on Manus Island [ABC - 3/3/17]

 

 

Former worker at Australia's illegal prison on Manus Island tells forum man's refugee claim rejected because he was deemed "too educated" to be a Rohingya in sham assessment [Brisbane Times - 9/4/16]

 

 

Everybody loves Roman - Queenslander and hero of Australia's pro "deterrence" academy, human rights establishment and legal "experts"

 

 

Guests honoured to hear from alumnus Roman Quaedvlieg APM, @ABFComm at our Prize Ceremony on Wednesday. ... @qutlaw [11/5/17]

 

 

 

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22 December 2015

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