PhilipRuddock said the government would not enforce the US-imposed gag on Hicksbecause if he did speak out he would not be breaking Australian law.
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Hick's wasconvicted last week by a
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ButRuddock said the Australian government would not legally be able to extradite Hicks back to the
"I'llleave it to your imagination as to a way in which somebody seeking extraditionin relation to a party for breaching a so-called gag order would be able to bedelivered up through the judicial processes in
Asked ifnothing would happen if Hicks spoke to the media, Ruddock said: "I suspectyou are probably right."
Hicksagreed to the plea bargain condition of not speaking to the media for a year orfrom alleging mistreatment while he was in
He isscheduled to be returned home within days to serve nine months in an
But Morisaid Hicks, who spent five years in
"Hecould potentially be brought back to
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