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Wellington Marches Against Police "Terror" In Rain

Wellington Marches Against Police "Terror" In Rain


Photos & Audio by Julie Webb-Pullman

Music: The Brass Razoo Orchestra Leads The March






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Audio: Book Extracts Re: Terrorism Suppression Act Read To Crowd






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Music: Song About Police Work Stories From Vorn (See… myspace.com/vornmusic






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Audio: Dr Maria Bargh's Speech To The Crowd






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