VIDEO: Poster boys of Liverpool

Hatch video journalist Bakri Mahmoud recently spent a night following political activists around the streets of Liverpool, in Western Sydney.

They posted banners in opposition to facism, corrupt government, terrorism and the notion of state police.

In NSW it is an offence to put up posters or placards in public places without consent. The group was randomly stopped and questioned by police however no charges were laid. – Bakri Mahmoud


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