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Cartoon Investigated for Breach of Hate-Crime Law
« on: 15 October 2016 at 08:36 »
9 News | 15 October 2016

http://www.9news.com.au/national/2016/10/15/11/14/cartoon-investigated-for-racial-hatred


The Human Rights Commission is investigating a controversial cartoon by Bill Leak following allegations of racial hatred, The Australian newspaper has reported.

In a cartoon about indigenous parental neglect, Mr Leak depicts a police officer telling an Aboriginal man holding a beer can to talk to his son about personal responsibility, to which he replies "Yeah righto. What's his name then?"

It was the subject of widespread criticism after it was published in The Australian on August 4.

The newspaper says its lawyers have been notified by Jodie Ball, the commission president's delegate, that allegations of racial hatred under section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act will be investigated following a complaint.

Section 18C of the act makes it unlawful for a person to do an act that is reasonably likely to "offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate another person or a group of people" because of their "race, colour or national or ethnic origin".

The Australian said a complaint states the newspaper "published and endorsed a cartoon depicting racial discrimination, racial profiling and racially offensive material".

"A series of cartoons illustrate hateful and derogatory material specifically relating to indigenous Australians, their relationships with their children, alcoholism and domestic violence," the complaint said.
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Re: Cartoon Investigated for Breach of Hate-Crime Law
« Reply #1 on: 11 November 2016 at 23:30 »
Woman drops race hate claim against Bill Leak

Andrew Burrell & Hedley Thomas | The Australian | 12 November 2016

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/qut-chief-vows-to-act-quickly-to-alert-students-of-racehate-cases/news-story/2545043070dc243f9557e8a06834a76f

Extract: A young woman who alleged that she suffered racial hatred because of a provocative Bill Leak cartoon in The Australian has withdrawn her complaint to the Australian Human Rights Commission.

Commission president Gillian Triggs’s delegate, Jodie Ball, wrote to The Australian’s lawyers last night to advise that Melissa Dinnison had told the AHRC yesterday that she “did not want to continue with her complaint”.

“Therefore, Miss Dinnison’s complaint has been finalised … and the file is now closed,” Ms Ball said.

Ms Dinnison, who until recently lived in Perth, made an online complaint to the commission in August claiming she had “experienced racial hatred” and been “discriminated against because of my race” as a result of the cartoon.

Leak said last night he found it “utterly extraordinary” that Ms Dinnsion was able to make the complaint under section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act and then withdraw it without any consequences. “This woman, I believe, has very flippantly and recklessly lodged a complaint with the ARHC,” he said. “It shows what a farcical process this is. I’ve got News Corp backing me legally. But if I was a private citizen, this would have cost me an absolute fortune.

Tony Abbott blasted members of the AHRC as “thought police” who “interrogate” people for speaking their minds, declaring the organisation “crook”. “This is a bad law, it’s a bad, bad law. But you’ve also got, frankly, a pretty crook organisation, the Human Rights Commission, which is persecuting people based on this bad law,” he told ABC radio.


Comment:

So sue the bitch and the inHuman Rights Commission. Go on, Rupert Murdoch, you've got more money and power than the Australian government; sue them and shut them down, permanently. That's what they try to do to everyone they can that gets into their cross-hairs.

... But it'll never happen. Leak will squeal for a bit, but he knows that his boss runs his media empire for the benefit of Jews and Israel - not Australia or Australians. The Jew wants more and harsher Hate-Crime laws imposed, and Leak, like Bolt and Abbott before him, will squeal about freedom of speech but nevertheless kowtow to his Semitic overlord.

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