South Australia passes proceeds of crime legislation aimed at David Hicks

Wed Oct 24 2007

The South Australian Government has amended the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 to prevent David Hicks from profiting from any "account of his exploits". It provides for serious offences should be amended to include any foreign offence declared by the regulations to be a serious offence.

View the Criminal Assets Confiscation (Serious Offences) Amendment Bill 2007 which passed the SA upper house last night > | View the SA attorney general's second reading speech>

24 October 2007

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