Jones v. Sully
Federal Court of Australia
It be declared that the respondent, OLGA SCULLY has engaged in conduct rendered unlawful by Part IIA of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Ct h) by having distributed the following leaflets in letterboxes in Launceston, Tasmania and by selling or offering to sell such leaflets at a public market in Launceston being the leaflets described as:
(a) “The Inadvertent Confession of a Jew”;
(b) “The Jewish Khazar Kingdom”;
(c) “Russian Jews Control Pornography”;
(d) Untitled document appearing at page 25 of applicant’s affidavit;
(e) “The Most Debated Question of Our Time – Was There Really a Holocaust?”;
(f) Untitled document appearing at page 30 of applicant’s affidavit; and
(g) Untitled document with handwritten annotations appearing at page 35 of applicant’s affidavit.
2 The respondent be restrained from repeating or continuing such conduct.
3 The respondent be restrained from distributing, selling or offering to sell any leaflet or other publication which is to the same effect as any of the leaflets referred to in Order 1.
4 The respondent pay the applicant’s, JEREMY JONES, costs.