Scroll down to comments for prominent Melbourne cat lawyer Jeremy Sear’s exposure of the David Hicks Bulkening Conspiracy:
[T]hey fed Hicks up before his court appearance.
“They” must have been working on Hicks for quite a while; you don’t put on ten kilos overnight. Actually, it seems “they” were feeding Hicks up as far back as 2004:
[Terry Hicks] said his son was finding it hard to cope with his detention, although he had “gained a bit of weight”.
It’s a pity Sear didn’t represent Hicks, who escaped with a mere nine-month sentence despite confessing to helping al Qaeda fight US troops. A 70-year-old represented by Sear once copped three months inside for illegal dentistry; with Jeremy arguing his case, Talitubby terrorist Hicks might’ve been sent away until the next appearance of Halley’s Comet.
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