Stop Unlawful Vilification Against Gays
My name is Garry Burns. I am a gay Australian Anti-Discrimination Campaigner who lives in Sydney.
I have been a victim of a gay hate crime on three separate occasions suffering serious injury on one of those occasions.
My recovery has been to become a successful and prolific political activist against gay hate vilification / discrimination.
My work under the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act ( 1977 ) is public interest work. I do not seek any personal damages for myself but run those cases in the promotion of tolerance & understanding for GLBTI community.
I am now seeking special leave to the High Court of Australia in relation to Jurisdictional & Constitutional issue in relation to one of my matters.
I receive no public funding from the Federal or NSW Government’s to assist me in this work. I have been doing this work since 2002.
I fund all this work by myself but costs are escalating and I’m now seeking donations from those in the community who support the removal of discrimination / vilification against everyone regardless of sexual orientation.
I have costs to pay in relation to filing fees, ink , paper, travel expenses etc. There are fees to pay and I now need your help. I also have to pay part costs to a Plaintiff in a Court of Appeal decision that went against me earlier this year.
Any monetary help no matter how small is greatly appreciated.
Geoffrey McKee, father of serial Homophobic cyber stalker Luke McKee, a defendant under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW), was found to have unlawfully vilified male homosexuals by suggesting they (male homosexuals), are 3 times more likely to molest male children.
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.