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Paul Gregoire

Paul Gregoire is a Sydney-based journalist and writer. He has a focus on human rights issues, encroachments on civil liberties, drug law reform, gender diversity and First Nations rights. Prior to Sydney Criminal Lawyers®, he wrote for VICE and was the news editor at Sydney’s City Hub.

NSW Police Bust Up Legal Campus Protests: An Interview With Student Activist Kelton Muir

by Paul Gregoire
For those who haven’t been following, NSW police has been enforcing an unofficial ban on protests since late July. Under the COVID-19 public health order on gatherings, outdoor meetings or assemblies “for a common purpose” of more than 20 people...

Don’t Bring the Drug Dogs Back: An Interview With Sniff Off’s Xiaoran Shi

by Paul Gregoire
On the evening of 10 September, the Sniff Off Facebook page alerted its close to 85,000 followers that police officers with a drug dog had been spotted at Blacktown Station. The post noted that this was the first time a...

Government Ignores Revered Report on Reducing First Nations Incarceration

by Paul Gregoire
The recent resurgence of the Stop Aboriginal Deaths in Custody movement has drawn renewed focus towards the overpolicing and overincarceration of First Nations people, as well as the systemic racism that’s leading to their overrepresentation in the criminal justice system....

Millions in Misconduct Payments: Shoebridge on the Paramilitary NSW Police Force

by Paul Gregoire
It’s been revealed that over the financial year 2019/20, the NSW Police Force or rather, the state’s taxpayers who fund them, paid out $24,164,658.82 to settle and defend police misconduct claims. And the number of civil cases brought against the...

Victoria Police Brutalise Citizens by Cover of COVID

by Paul Gregoire
Footage has emerged showing Victoria police officers ramming a civilian in the back with their car, before a number of officers swarm him on the ground. One officer stomps on his head, while other footage seems to suggest this was...

Australian Police Officers Continue Signalling Their White Supremacist Allegiance

by Paul Gregoire
The Queensland Police Service is currently investigating a matter that involves a photo of one of its officers that appears to show him wearing a patch associated with white supremacist groups as he was policing a Black Lives Matter (BLM)...

Challenge Everything: An Interview With Extinction Rebellion’s Blue Sandford

by Paul Gregoire
The Extinction Rebellion (XR) has again mobilised across London. This time ten days of action culminated on Thursday with 13 topless women locking on outside Westminster Palace, drawing attention to the dangers faced if temperatures rise by 4°C above pre-industrial...

Australia Looks the Other Way, as Assange Is Hung Out to Dry

by Paul Gregoire
Right now, the substantial extradition hearings involving the US government request that the UK hand over publisher and journalist Julian Assange are underway. The Wikileaks founder has been held in British custody at London’s Belmarsh prison since April 2019. The...

Morrison and Murdoch Scrambled to Hide the Climate Cause of the Bushfires

by Paul Gregoire
Most Australians will remember that our supreme leader Scott Morrison disappeared for a Hawaiian holiday last summer as the nation grappled with bushfires on a scale that the government was unprepared for, despite long-term warnings coming from experts. As Greenpeace’s...

Dutton Is Turfing Vulnerable Refugees Out Onto the Street Mid-Pandemic

by Paul Gregoire
Dutton and his new acting henchman Alan Tudge have come to the decision that the current pandemic and downturn in the economic climate is a good time to start evicting asylum seekers and refugees out of their long-term accommodation, and...
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