Monthly Archives: November 2014

Hungary: democracy in appearance only

By Andrew L. Urban Large protests around the country in recent weeks are the first open signs of public outrage at the shrinkage of democracy in Hungary. Angered by a proposed internet tax and the apparent corruption exposed by the … Continue reading

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Seek the culprits not convictions

Symposium on Miscarriages of Justice, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, Nov. 7 & 8, 2014. Andrew L. Urban reports. Pursuing convictions at the expense of catching the actual culprits of serious crimes, grave errors at trial by prosecutors and judges alike, … Continue reading

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