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Anthony Mundine, a former NRL star turned boxer, has pleaded not guilty to a charge of not complying with Covid health laws. During the court proceedings, Mundine’s lawyer argued that the prosecution was oppressive and unjustified, likening it to other cases that had been dismissed by the court.

Key discussions in the courtroom centered around the validity of the penalty notice issued to Mundine and the statutory basis of the offense. After withdrawing an application for a permanent stay, the case was adjourned and is set to be finalized in August.

Mundine, known for his controversial anti-vaccination views shared on social media, continues to maintain his innocence as the legal process unfolds.


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Article Title: Boxing champion Anthony Mundine fights ‘oppressive’ Covid charge
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