I understand the verdict is due on Wednesday 28 September 2011.
Good luck to free speech.
Bolt huddled inside Federal Court room number 1 with his legal team for about 20 minutes after the judgment. When they finally appeared outside the building, Bolt made a short address to the waiting media pack.
"This is a terrible day for free speech in this country," he said, which drew heckles from some supporters of the applicants in the case.
Bolt responded with a glare and an appeal. "Can I at least have my free speech now?" he asked before returning to his hand-written prepared text.
Too bad about free speech and the right to state the bleeding obvious, and to question things which appear racist, and the ability of people to identify as a particular race to gain benefit.
To say I am disappointed is an understatement.
Bolt loses high profile race case.