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A Police Officer and Two Others are Suing the New South Wales Government Over Mandatory Covid Injections

The Australian state of New South Wales is being sued over mandatory Covid-19 injection orders. The Supreme Court of New South Wales made orders on Thursday, September 9, 2021, in the legal cases of four plaintiffs against. Health Minister Brad Hazzard’s “vaccine” mandates, and will hear these matters with “high public interest” at the end of the month.

Authorized workers from numerous local government areas (“LGAs”) of concern have until September 19 to get “vaccinated” before they can leave their LGAs for work, according to the decree.

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Three of these instances were addressed during a directions hearing before Justice Robert Beech-Jones on September 9th, and the court heard that they were challenging the public health order that requires some workers to get vaccinated before returning to work. A YouTube stream of the event drew more than 50,000 views at one time, indicating widespread public interest.

The claims that parliament would not have intended to provide the health minister “the authorities to compromise physical integrity” without strong statutory signal are common to all three of Hocroft’s, Kassam’s, and Henry’s instances.

Because all three cases are identical in that they all challenge the required Covid injection in New South Wales, the judge ordered that they be heard simultaneously in the Supreme Court on September 30 and October 1.

In Naumenko’s fourth case, the state is requesting that his challenge be rejected due to “serious difficulties” with the case, including the absence of a defendant. On September 30, the judge will make a decision on this matter.

 

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www.abc.net.au www.nsw.gov.au www.theexpose.uk

Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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