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How a national security law is leading to secret trials in Australia

Last week, in a courthouse in Canberra, reporters were handed a statement by the defendant as they walked out the door.

It simply read “I am unable to say much and you are unable to report much, this is the state of our now fragile democracy”.

  • The Guardian

In this episode of Full Story, reporter Christopher Knaus explains how this trial came about, and the law that’s allowed this story to be shrouded in secrecy.

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