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Nearly two years since the Turnbull Government threw the 5G roll-out into disarray by blocking Huawei, the government is still grappling with how the technology is going to be deployed.
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Xenophon Davis today announced it would defend the former Australian military lawyer and whistleblower David McBride against charges under the Defence Act and the Commonwealth Criminal Code.
“Our role is defending Huawei’s reputation from unwarranted smears and lies – and there have been many of those emanating from Australia over the past year.”
With a shout out to George Christensen (Qld MP Nat) for stepping into the political void.
A Sydney lawyer claims anti-terror laws designed to protect us against #AlQaeda and the like – are now being used against troublesome political activists. A big new twist today in the case of #GeorgeTheTerrorist
Mr Xenophon, who since leaving politics has returned to his career as an Adelaide-based plaintiff lawyer, said the campaign against Huawei was “probably the biggest vilification of any company in the history of Australia”.
Busted for marijuana at Nimbin now labelled a terrorist by police and prosecutors. Dickson, 43, from Black Forest in Adelaide, is under a NSW control order as a “high-risk terrorist offender.”
Former crossbench senator Nick Xenophon says Huawei has “behaved impeccably”, but has still been the “subject of malicious slurs by seemingly ideological think tanks”. Mr Xenophon said he’s acting in the “national interest” by taking up a consulting role with Huawei.
Former senator Nick Xenophon says Chinese tech giant Huawei has been “treated incredibly unfairly”. So, for a fee, he’s going to help turn things around.
Nick Xenophon has taken his long-running beef with Qantas boss Alan Joyce out of Canberra and into the skies. Margin Call can reveal Xenophon has been enlisted by Qantas’s pilots to advise them on their ongoing battle with Joyce’s executive team over their pay and conditions for working on “Project Sunrise”.
The former state and federal politician and the ABC and SBS reporter have set up shop in Sydney and want to exploit the reluctance of Australian lawyers to spruik for their clients.
A western Sydney maker of ugg boots, Eddie Oygur, has been ordered by a Chicago court to pay US$450,000 ($643,500) damages for selling 12 pairs of the boots into the United States between 2014 and 2016.
Mehmet Biber was charged as a ‘Foreign Fighter’ in Syria despite never fighting. He did join a group in Syria opposed to President Assad but it was part of the local opposition, not a terrorist group. It was not ISIS or Al Nusra. Facing a penalty of imprisonment for 20 years, Biber was sentenced to 2.5 years non-parole. Mark Davis speaks after the sentence.
“Politicians in this country, need to be quite cautious about how the Australian public react to the abandonment of Julian Assange.” Lawyer and journalist Mark Davis on the arrest of the WikiLeaks co-founder.