Esther Rockett triumphs in Benhayon v Rockett defamation case

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Northern Star 7 December 2018

On 15 October 2018 a four person Supreme Court jury unanimously vindicated Esther Rockett after a three year court battle against Universal Medicine cult leader, Serge Benhayon. Read about the court’s findings on the blog article: Benhayon v Rockett victory at last and the way forward.

Esther thanks all of her supporters and her legal team for all their efforts in ensuring her success at trial. If you’re new to Universal Medicine see the Wikipedia overview Esther’s blogs Universal Medicine cult exposed and Universal Medicine Accountability, and her YouTube video series Unpacking Universal Medicine.

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Stranded Aussies sacrificed for pandemic politics of paranoia

Australia is among the front-running nations for its protection of public health during the novel coronavirus pandemic, yet disproportionate travel restrictions that include caps on inbound flights and irresponsibly limited quarantine capacity have left tens of thousands of Australians stranded overseas. The success of comparable countries like New Zealand and Taiwan in containing the virus without barring the return of residents proves that it’s possible to protect the whole population without inflicting undue hardship. 

Australia’s flight caps and quarantine places should have been doubled months ago, yet, in January 2021, almost a year into the pandemic, Australian state and federal governments announced that they will drastically reduce them. Already escalated beyond crisis point the backlog of stranded Aussies is set to increase thanks to the  paranoia, incompetence and lack of political will shared by Australian governments.

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Chelmsford hospital doctors lose defamation action against Steve Cannane & HarperCollins Australia

Journalist and successful defamation defendant Steve Cannane with his book 'Fair Game'
Journalist and successful defamation defendant Steve Cannane with his book ‘Fair Game’

Former psychiatrist John Herron and Dr John Gill have failed in their bid to sue journalist Steve Cannane and his publisher for a chapter he wrote in his book Fair Game: The incredible untold story of Scientology in Australia.

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