Animal activists “let off” charges under NSW Surveillance Devices Act due to technicality

Colin Bettles
By Colin Bettles
Updated August 8 2017 - 8:33am, first published 7:40am
Christopher Delforce (left) and Dorottya Kiss. Picture Animal Liberation Facebook.

THE PORK industry fear a decision to dismiss legal charges against two animal rights activists under the NSW Surveillance Devices Act, due to a technicality, could embolden a fresh round of civil disobedience protest activity, by anti-intensive farming activists.

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Colin Bettles

Colin Bettles

Canberra Bureau Chief

Has been the Canberra Bureau Chief for Fairfax Agricultural Media since 2010 - survived the hung parliament - former media manager at Western Australian Cricket Association now covering national agricultural and rural issues in federal politics.

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