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https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/08/26/1030053029931.htmlAug 26, 2002 ... Former Australian diplomat Tony Kevin, the man who single-handedly got the
fate of SIEV-X onto the public agenda, gave a speech on the issue to a
conference in Sydney on Saturday called "The Tampa: One year on". Here it is, a
testament to the disgraceful decision by the unthrown children inquiry to ...
https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/09/18/1032054822434.htmlSep 17, 2002 ... Tam Long has done the SIEV-X debate a big favour. At last, a debate on the
merits! There are three main aspects of the navy's behaviour which raise
concerns. First, that Operation Relex Chief Admiral Geoffrey Smith swore falsely
that the navy knew nothing about SIEV-X until after it sank. Second, that no ...
https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/05/22/1053585647492.htmlMay 22, 2003 ... It is a terrible irony that the unthrown children inquiry, which was convened to
investigate the cover up and misrepresentation of evidence in regard to the
Children Overboard allegations, itself fell victim to another cover up when it
turned its attention to SIEV-X. - Sydney Morning Herald Online.
https://www.smh.com.au/.../blunder-revives-siev-x-memories-20120603- 1zq7p.htmlJun 4, 2012 ... The documents show that, almost a decade after the tragic sinking of a boat - the
SIEV X - in 2001 with 353 people on board, authorities were repeating the same
mistakes. The Herald has obtained internal Customs documents, under freedom
of information, which show Customs and other agencies ...
https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/09/20/1032054962047.htmlSep 20, 2002 ... The SIEV-X stalemate has been broken. Last night, the unthrown children inquiry
released explosive immigration department intelligence assessments to Philip
Ruddock which prove that the government knew from the day Australians learned
of the sinking that it sank in international waters. That's right, it ...
https://www.smh.com.au/.../alleged-sievx-people-smugglers-new-life-in-new- zealand-20171222-h099yy.htmlDec 23, 2017 ... Accused of selling fares on the SIEV-X, Maythem Radhi has been living as a
https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/09/06/1031115932872.htmlSep 6, 2002 ... Tam Long reignited the SIEV-X debate with his rebuttal of Tony Kevin's analysis.
Today, Marg Hutton, who runs the sievx website sievx, and friends Mary Dagmar
Davies, Kay Kan and Marilyn Shepherd, reply to Tam Long. Marg has set up a
memorial section at sievx. You'll find all the published material on ...
https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/10/03/1033538719108.htmlOct 3, 2002 ... The first anniversary of the death by drowning of 353 asylum seekers on SIEV-X
is nearly upon us. - Sydney Morning Herald Online.
https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/09/27/1032734325964.htmlSep 28, 2002 ... This question will not be answered until the full story of the "suspected illegal
entry vessel" - designated SIEV-X by Australian authorities - is known. When
SIEV-X sank on October 19 last year, 353 of the 420 or so people crammed on
board lost their lives. There is much dispute about how much Australian ...
https://www.smh.com.au/national/zahras-lullaby-20111018-1lylh.htmlOct 19, 2011 ... IT IS 10 years since the boat that came to be known as SIEV-X sank en route to
Australia. The 19-metre vessel went down at 3.10pm on October 19, 2001.
Crammed to triple its capacity, there were more than 400 asylum seekers on
board: 353 drowned, among them 142 women and 146 children, many ...