Contempt of Court - Jean Ely
‘CONTEMPT OF COURT’ UNOFFICIAL VOICES FROM THE DOGS AUSTRALIAN HIGH COURT CASE 1981
The story the author has been asked to tell has been consistently written out of the mainstream media. It should be told to put the record straight. Some plaintiffs have died. Those remaining want to leave a signpost for the next generation who pass that way. The participants still have documentation, memories and stories. The author has accepted their challenge and decided to write this tory from the ‘side’. Instead of tiptoeing through the minefields of recent Australian history she is diving head first into the thoughts and actions of the main characters. This book attempts to create a narrative that brings back to life the experience of participants in this story.