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Suing Andrew Bolt so I may Speak Freely I am suing Andrew Bolt in the Supreme Court of Victoria The Courts provide the hope of a levelling field where we can vindicate ourselves against the sorts of personal attacks that Andrew Bolt has recently made against me. I am a law student and have some [...]
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