Good news week
Five peace activists, including a woman who acted as a ‘human shield’ before the Iraq war, face up to seven years’ jail for breaking into a top secret military base in central Australia.
Former ‘human shield’ Donna Mulhearn, who was abducted and briefly held by militants in the Iraqi flashpoint city of Fallujah in April last year, was among those charged with commonwealth offences.
It just gets better and better, Bryan Law, the anti-ADF wanker from Cairns has been caught in the bag as well.
Those charged include Mulhearn, 37, of Sydney, Jim Dowling, 50, of Dayboro near Brisbane, Brian Law, 51, of Cairns, Adele Goldie, 29, of Brisbane, and Sean O’Reilly, 47, of Brisbane.