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The bail project: a crowdfunded documentary on the controversial bail system in Australia

Posted September 20, 2018 08:08:50This is a documentary about the controversial Australian bail system, and the efforts of the group Behind the Bail to make it more transparent and accountable.

The project is backed by the likes of actor Adam Driver and a slew of well-known Australian politicians, including former Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

It is a project from Behind the Bond, a crowdfunding campaign launched by the Australian Federal Police in November 2016.

It raised $14 million to cover costs of the project, which included a film, an online community, and a digital archive.

The bail processIn a nutshell, the bail system was introduced in Australia in 1987, after the death of James Dickey.

Dickey had died after being thrown into a ditch while walking his dog.

His murder sparked the country’s first coronial inquest into his death, which ended with no conviction.

A coroner’s report was published in 1998, but the system remains controversial, with critics claiming that it unfairly punishes people who are in prison for offences they did not commit.

A 2011 report by the Legal Aid Centre found that the system was more likely to send people to jail for minor offences such as theft and petty theft, rather than the more serious crime of violent crime.

The ABC has been approached for comment.

How to use the human genome project to create new types of genetic material

A group of researchers from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and the University at Buffalo have created what they call a “sparsely-sized” gene library.

The library contains a mere 3,000 genes that are used to make one of the world’s most successful human traits: the ability to produce offspring that are half-or more male.

They’ve made it possible for scientists to use these genes to engineer more robust populations, including humans.

But the researchers say that a similar approach can be used to create gene-editing tools that could create new varieties of genetic materials.

This article first appeared on Newsweek.com.

How to find the best role for Trump, Hillary in MC2 casting

A few years ago, casting director Matt Whelan decided to take on a project with the Trump and Hillary campaigns.

“I decided I needed a campaign manager,” he says.

“You’ve got to have a lot of energy, a lot that people will want to work with, a desire to learn and an attitude that they will be taken care of.”

“I’m not going to be able to do that with Trump,” he added, adding, “I have a real problem with him.”

The director says he had “a few ideas” about hiring a Trump campaign manager, but that they didn’t work out.

“So, I started thinking, ‘How do we get the Trump campaign to do this?'” he says, laughing.

“It’s kind of a classic, ‘Let’s get them to do it!'”

He eventually found one candidate: David Bossie, the former Republican congressman from Wisconsin.

“David was the one who was like, ‘I’m looking for a candidate,’ ” Whelian says.

Bossie hired a private security firm to help him hire the people he needed.

“He got us to hire David Bossier as our campaign manager.”

He says it was a “real challenge” to get the candidate on the payroll, but he found that he could “do that with Donald Trump.”

“David has a strong character, which is important, and he’s an excellent public speaker,” Whelians says.

But Bossie’s first hiring was a little more than a week before Election Day.

Whelans wanted a new assistant, someone who could help prepare his volunteers.

So he hired John Schilling, the ex-Trump campaign manager who left the campaign in 2014 after less than a year.

“Schilling had a very solid track record of success with people, so he was our go-to guy for that,” Whetan says.

When Whelins asked Schilling about the Trump team, he said that he “couldn’t imagine the team not having someone with experience in political work.”

“He said he thought it would be a tremendous benefit to the campaign if we hired a Trump adviser,” Whedan says, referring to Trump.

“The first thing I did was email David Bossy to say, ‘We need a Trump advisor.

What are you looking for?'”

Schilling was hired.

“There was this very strong desire from the Trump side to have someone with a strong political experience,” Whesons says.

He quickly discovered that Schilling had “an incredible ability to communicate well and with a broad range of people.”

Whelany says Schilling is “one of the most qualified and passionate people I have ever worked with.”

Whetany also had a problem finding someone with “the right skill set.”

He asked Schiller, “How do you do your job?”

He says he “would have loved to hire a political strategist,” but “I would have never said yes to someone who doesn’t have the right skills.”

Wheson says that when he first heard Schilling talk about Trump, he asked him, “What does it take to be a political adviser?”

Whesones boss responded, “He would not have an answer for that.”

“We needed a Trump person,” Whingany says.

Schilling went on to hire two other Trump advisers: David Plouffe, the campaign’s chief strategist, and Steven Mnuchin, who was hired as treasury secretary.

Whesany says he was surprised by the number of people Schilling recruited for the campaign.

“People would have to say the right things,” he explains.

Whingan says he found it “very difficult to convince people he had the right skill sets.”

Schilling says the job was “very demanding,” but he “had the right temperament.”

Wheats first hire was someone with the right background: a former New York City mayor.

“At that point, we were really struggling,” Wheran says of his first hire.

“We were hiring people, and I was just a rookie.”

Schill, who has been in politics since the 1990s, says that he did his best to help Schilling get the right candidate.

“Our first hire, he was in his early 40s and he had a real, strong background in politics, he had some experience as a congressman, he’d been a mayor, he’s got a good resume,” Schill says.

Wherany says that after Schilling hired him, he told Schilling that the person would need to be “very, very smart, and extremely articulate.”

“It was a challenge, but it was something I could handle,” Schilling said.

“If I couldn’t do it, I wouldn’t be here.”

Schills job was much more than that.

“To be a good candidate, you need to have the ability to be an expert in your field,” he adds.

“And he had all those qualities. He could