O'Connell v. The State of Western Australia

Supreme Court of Australia

(1) On 2 May 2009 at South Perth Brendon Lee O'Connell, engaged in conduct, otherwise than in private, that was likely to harass Stanley Elliot Keyser as a member of a racial group namely pursuing Stanley Elliot Keyser and making a series of statements to Stanley Elliot Keyser.

(2) On a date unknown between 2 May 2009 and 11 May 2009 at Maylands, Brendon Lee O'Connell, with intent to create or promote animosity towards a racial group engaged in conduct, otherwise than in private, namely publishing on the internet a series of statements concerning the Jewish people.

(3) On a date unknown between 2 May 2009 and 11 May 2009 at Maylands, Brendon Lee O'Connell, with intent to create or promote animosity towards a racial group engaged in conduct, otherwise than in private, namely publishing on the internet a series of statements concerning the Jewish people.

(4) On or about 25 October 2009 at Maylands, Brendon Lee O'Connell, with intent to create or promote animosity towards a racial group engaged in conduct, otherwise than in private, namely publishing on the internet a series of statements concerning the Jewish people.

(5) On or about 29 October 2009 at Maylands, Brendon Lee O'Connell, with intent to create or promote animosity towards a racial group engaged in conduct, otherwise than in private, namely publishing on the internet a series of statements concerning the Jewish people.

(6) On or about 7 November 2009 at Maylands, Brendon Lee O'Connell, with intent to create or promote animosity towards a racial group engaged in conduct, otherwise than in private, namely publishing on the internet a series of statements concerning the Jewish people.

(7) On or about 11 November 2009 at Maylands, Brendon Lee O'Connell, with intent to create or promote animosity towards a racial group engaged in conduct, otherwise than in private, namely publishing on the internet a series of statements concerning the Jewish people.