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You have a lawful right to protest – so why are the police intimidating protesters in their homes?

What happened to the right to protest? That is the question being asked after police have targeted Blockade Australia protesters over the last week in the lead up to the International Mining and Resources Conference. Former NSW Magistrate, David Heilpern explains there were a range of concerns with this type of behaviour from police.

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