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Party for Freedom's Nick Folkes vows to ignore legal action and celebrate Cronulla riots anniversary

8.12.15

Party for Freedom's Nick Folkes vows to ignore legal action and celebrate Cronulla riots anniversary: [smh.com.au] Party for Freedom chairman Nick Folkes has vowed to go ahead with a controversial commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the Cronulla riots, despite police and council legal efforts to prevent it.

Mr Folkes appeared in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday afternoon in a civil case instigated by the NSW Commissioner of Police who are seeking an injunction against a rally on December 12.

Sutherland Shire mayor Carmelo Pesce said the council was also seeking an injunction against the event.


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