Because authorities 'believed'?
It wouldn't matter what it was about would it? Okay I'll tell you then!
Because police said Abdul Rakid Hasan lied to them 'twice' and now he has to prove that he didn't lie to them 'twice' by facing two charges one for each alleged lie?
The man was one of eight arrested in last week's counter-terrorism raids.
Abdul Rakid Hasan is charged with two offences of giving false or misleading information, while being interviewed by ASIO, about his association with 'alleged security risk' Willie Brigitte.
The French man was deported from Australia in October 2003, because authorities 'believed' he posed a terrorist risk to Australia.
So if the authorities believe someone you know poses a terrorist risk - then if they interview you in alleged connection to their belief - and if police believe that you lied about it - then you can follow old mate here and prove you didn't lie or go to jail? Or be refused bail anyway and go to jail until you prove otherwise - after being isolated in AAA maximum-security with no fresh air or sunlight 'indefinitely' and get drip-fed through the courts?
This is the hoWARd government providing the war machine with the endless scapegoats for his war on terror (which is terror) not only in Iraq and Afghanistan but at home too.
With endless scapegoats for the war on terror the supreme dictator hoWARd, the coward, calls upon its 'citizenry' to be used as fodder for the war industry.
I think we need a union?
This is how it works now! You can go to jail on the belief of a cop that you lied about what they believed was a risk when they asked you a question or two and subsequently did not believe you?
Bad luck if they ask you ten questions and you get nine wrong in their belief.
Lord won't you buy me a Mercedes-Benz?
In a statement of facts tendered to court, it is alleged Hasan made misleading statements about arranging accommodation for Brigitte in Sydney's south-west, and about the number of times the pair had spoken.
Most serious was that police only believe that Brigitte was a risk?
In Sydney's central local court today, Hasan was committed to stand trial in the District Court.
The 36-year-old is already in custody, having been arrested and charged during last week's counter-terrorism raids in Sydney.
Terrorist jihad propaganda
The media have a right hide to suggest in any way shape or form that these people went on anything but a holiday if they went there at all, a shooting trip or a country break and in no way should it be referred to as a 'jihad' in this country, even if police said so.