Lex is gagged but we are not! Act now!

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Lex Wotton, who is still seen as a political prisoner by the movement to stop Aboriginal deaths in custody, visited Melbourne on November 10 to meet with his lawyers to plan a challenge to his anti-democratic parole conditions.
A crowd of supporters turned out to offer solidarity to Lex (back row, fifth from the left) who is politically muzzled. Lex is not allowed to address public meetings or speak to the media!
Freedom Socialist Party Organiser, Alison Thorne, says: “ While Lex may be politically censored by the Queensland government, which does not want him to speak the truth about events surrounding the death in custody of Mulrunji and the subsequent flawed investigation, the rest of us are not! We have a duty to speak out and organise to demand that the unjust parole conditions be lifted immediately! The movement needs the leadership of Lex’ s calibre.”
The Indigenous Social Justice Association – Melbourne continues to organise in support of Lex Wotton and to build a movement capable of stopping deaths in custody, permanently. To get involved, call 9388-0062 or email alison.thorne@ozemail.com.au

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