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No sign of distress in Hicks, says Downer

July 30, 2018
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DAVID HICKS shows no sign of mental distress that would affect hisability to face trial, the Foreign Affairs Minister, AlexanderDowner, has said. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 18 January, 2007)
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Minister’s assessment of David Hicks’ mental state based on USreport of five-minute Guantanamo encounter. – (The Age — 19 January, 2007)
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David Hicks is showing no sign of mental distress which wouldaffect his ability to face a trial, Foreign Minister AlexanderDowner has said. – (The Age — 18 January, 2007)
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Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer has confirmed a US Embassy official was the outsider who recently saw David Hicks at Guantanamo Bay Mr Downer said a media officer from the US Embassy in C (ABC News — 18 hours ago)
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Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer says he has been told Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks is showing no sign of mental illness Speaking in New York Mr Downer says Mr Hicks has been visit (ABC News — 18 January, 2007)
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Foreign Minister takes David Hicks’ lawyers to task for disputinghis claim the terror suspect is in ‘good health’. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 15 hours ago)
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Row over the psychological health and legal position of Australianterror suspect David Hicks escalates. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 hours ago)
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David Hicks has been pronounced mentally fit and well by ForeignMinister Alexander Downer on the basis of a five-minute visit by astaff member from the US embassy. – (The Age — 20 January, 2007)
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David Hicks’ lawyer says there is no chance of a fair trial undernew rules for trying Guantanamo Bay detainees. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 January, 2007)
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AUSTRALIAN MPs concerned that terrorism suspect David Hicks can’tget a fair trial under a US military commission will appeal to thenew Democrat-controlled US Congress to intervene. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 4 hours ago)
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The new rules for military courts in the US allow convicted terrorists to be imprisoned or put to death using hearsay evidence or coerced testimony The Pentagons manual will apply to Guantanamo Ba (ABC News — 19 January, 2007)
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