A little Aussie battler considers the cost of failed legal action:
Muslim spokesturd Keysar Trad says he will be made homeless after being ordered to pay 2GB radio station almost $550,000 in costs, having lost one of the country’s longest-running defamation cases …
Mr Trad said he would appeal against the costs ruling.
“If I’d known the system was stacked so much against a plaintiff such as myself, then in hindsight I would not recommend to anyone to instigate court proceedings because there are so many elements that are against the ordinary Australian battler, such as me,” he said.
Nothing that some crowdfunding can’t fix. Come on, lefties. Help a brother out.
In other news:
Head choppers just wanna go home:
The family that slays together doesn’t stay together:
Notorious Australian Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf’s wife and children, including the son who was photographed holding a severed head, are seeking to return to Australia.
Fairfax Media understands the family of Sharrouf’s wife, Tara Nettleton, is trying to help her and the couple’s five children return to Sydney.
Sharrouf himself is sticking it out in Syria, where he’ll still have plenty of companionship.