Monica Smit has been on the front line of Australia’s fight for freedom since August 2020. Most recently she is internationally recognized as Australia’s first political prisoner. She spent 22 days in solitary confinement for refusing to sign draconian bail conditions.
Start Date: June 10, 2022
My name is Monica Smit. I live in Victoria, Australia.
In September 2021, I was arrested for encouraging people to exercise their human right to protest. I was given draconian bail conditions, which I refused to sign, and spent 22 days in solitary confinement in a maximum security prison.
I appealed the bail conditions and won. I was released to continue my work.
Then the police got a warrant to force me to provide them with all my passwords to all my phone apps. The punishment for not complying is 5 years in prison. I refused to comply.
Today, July 18th 2022…the police have DROPPED THE CHARGES.
This is what they said
“The Director of Public Prosecutions has decided to discontinue the incitement charges on the basis that there is no longer a public interest in pursuing these matters, given the time Ms Smit has already spent in custody. For the same reason, the s 465AA order (password warrant) will not be enforced.“
It pays off to stand up for your convictions.
This is not a win for ME, it’s a win for ALL OF US!
Thank you for all your support! I could not have done it without you.
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