Australian terror supporter faces restriction after his release

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December 21, 2007 02:59

 
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Former Guantanamo terror prisoner David Hicks remains a threat, a magistrate said Friday as he ordered restrictions on his movements after he is released from an Australian prison next week. Hicks, a former kangaroo skinner who pleaded guilty to supporting al-Qaida at a US military tribunal after being captured in 2001 in Afghanistan, will be subject to a midnight-to-dawn curfew and have to report to police three times a week under the order. "I'm satisfied that coupled with the defendant's views expressed and his capability and training ... that the defendant is a risk of taking part in a terrorist act," Federal Magistrate Warren Donald said.

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