Sunol Pleads Guilty –

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John Sunol – Found Guilty

John Christopher Sunol pleaded guilty in the Newcastle Local Court on the 2 March 2017 to using a carriage service to cause offence.

The Magistrate’s orders were that the offender John Christopher Sunol, is to be released under section 19B ( 1 ) ( d ) of the Crimes Act 1914 ( Commonwealth ), without proceeding to conviction on the following conditions ;
The offender gives security in the sum of $1, 000. The offender to be of good behaviour for 2 years. Sunol is not to continue any activity with a Commonwealth carriage service which identifies me or names the victim Garry Burns.

His Honour made it very clear to Mr Sunol that if he breaches the orders he could receive a jail penalty on his return.

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Author: Garry Burns

Gary Burns is an Australian anti-discrimination campaigner. He successfully tested the homosexual vilification provisions of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 with a complaint of personal homosexual vilification against broadcaster John Laws and Sydney radio station 2UE that concluded in his favour in 2002.[1] Burns went on to front public interest cases against high profile figures and media establishments for unlawful homosexual vilification.

2 thoughts on “Sunol Pleads Guilty –”

  1. I understand Mr Sunol was charged again for using a carriage service to cause offence on Friday 28 April 2017 in relation to me.
    Magistrate Day made it clear to Mr Sunol on the last occasion that if he came back before him he would jail him.

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