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Video: Solicitor Gen. "Terror" Charges Presser

Published: Thu 8 Nov 2007 04:58 PM
Scoop Video: Solicitor General David Collins Announces "Terror" Charges Decision - Thursday, November 08, 2007
Video (& Some Questions) Alastair Thompson
Scoop Video: Video on demand of Solicitor General Dr David Collin's 4pm press conference this afternoon. Dr Collins announced will not be granting leave for charges to be laid under the "Terrorism Suppression Act" against 12 people arrested on October 15th. After reading out a prepared statement Dr Collins took questions from the media.
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