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Lawyers criticise surveillance of Habib

Two leading Australian barristers have criticised the Federal Government for its treatment of former Guantanamo Bay detainee, Mamdouh Habib. Mr Habib returned to Australia on Friday after his release without charge from the US military base in Cuba after three years. Attorney-General Philip Ruddock says the Sydney man will be kept under surveillance by ASIO and the police. Sydney barristers Ian Barker and Robert Toner say Australia’s counter-terrorism laws breach civil liberties by allowing security agencies to investigate suspects who have not been charged. Full Story

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