The Case of Dr. Mohammed Haneef: An 'Australian Terrorism' Drama with British Connections
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This article examines the treatment of Dr Mohamed Haneef, an Indian doctor arrested under Australia‟s anti-terrorism legislation in July 2007 as Australian authorities including the Australian Federal Police, Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, (wrongfully) believed that he was linked to the terrorist attack at Glasgow airport in June 2007. The actions and responses of these two agencies, and the subsequent judicial inquiry are reviewed in the light of the media‟s role and press coverage as the case unfolded.
Rix, M. (2009) ' The Case of Dr. Mohammed Haneef: An 'Australian Terrorism' Drama with British Connections', Plymouth Law and Criminal Justice Review, 2, pp. 126-147. Available at: https://pearl.plymouth.ac.uk/handle/10026.1/8951
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