The Queen v Kevin Buzzacott [2004] ACTSC 89

In The Queen v Kevin Buzzacott [2004] ACTSC 89; 154 ACTR 37 the defendant was committed for trial in relation to an allegation of theft. It was alleged that he removed a bronze Australian Coat of Arms from a pillar at the front of old Parliament House, and took it to the Aboriginal Tent Embassy.  The principal argument was that the court lacks jurisdiction to deal with him because of his status as an Aboriginal Australian. It was further asserted … Continue reading The Queen v Kevin Buzzacott [2004] ACTSC 89
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