Give Phil Galea, wrongly jailed under the Anti Terror Laws, his day in court
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Phil Galea, Australian patriot, was arrested and accused of being a terrorist in August 2016 after he followed and filmed ANTIFA terrorist thugs at their headquarters. The police allege that he had "bomb making materials", but Phil denies this and says he can prove why he had the chemicals for peaceful scientific experiments.
Since then, the police have kept him in solitary confinement lockdown 23 hours a day, with no TV, no internet, and access only to limited paper and pen.
The police continue to try and have Phil declared insane so that they don't have to go to court. Phil refuses.
Each time he has been taken to court the judge has delayed proceedings and sent Phil back to lockup with no chance to present his case before a court of his peers, as is guaranteed by Common Law under our Constitution
Mr Turnbull and Justice Minister Michael Keenan, all Australians have the right to legal recourse in our courts within a "reasonable time". Locking a man away for more than 12 months with no chance to go to court to present his case is unconstitutional and it flies in the face of our laws, Common Law, and our freedoms.
As an Australian citizens I demand, as is our right, that the government immediately give Phil Galea his day in court so that he can present his evidence and be judged by his peers.
- Prime Minister
- Minister for Justice
Give Phil Galea, arrested on suspicion of terrorism, his day in court. He has been incarcerated in solitary confinement 23 hours a day since August 2016 and denied a trial. Instead, the police have been trying to have him declared insane. He refuses to sign the documents that would allow them to do so.
Every citizen is entitled to be tried by a jury of peers and this is what Phil Galea deserves. Nothing less.
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