Opinion AUSTRALIAN Politics: Adelaide Board Discussion Part 5

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We're talking about different people here. You're talking about the sex offender in Pooraka. I'm talking about the Rohingya man whose court case kicked this whole thing off.

Once again, which part of "it's illegal to send a refugee back to their country of origin" do you not understand?

I thought you were big on law & order, so why are you so keen for the Australian Govt to break both Australian & International Law? Do you not see the hypocrisy in your arguments?
I remember the boat tow backs under Prime Minister Abbott..that seemed to work ok
 
Oh dear, just when you thought it couldn't get any worse for the Albanese Government's incompetents Clare O'Neill and Andrew Giles....


Third freed immigration detainee arrested in Dandenong​

The former ringleader of a child exploitation gang who was released from immigration detention last month has been arrested in Dandenong.

The former ringleader of a child exploitation gang who was released from immigration detention last month has become the third criminal asylum seeker arrested since being freed.
The Herald Sun can reveal that Emran Dad, 33, has been arrested in Dandenong amid allegations he has breached his reporting obligations and made contact with minors.

Dad is a registered sex offender previously alleged by police to have headed a prostitution ring which preyed on children in state care.

After he pleaded guilty in 2012 to procuring girls for a prostitution syndicate, a court was told how he once traded a pack of cigarettes for sex with a 13-year-old girl.

A 16-year-old also told the court that Dad drove her to a house where there were several other girls.

Men would arrive and choose a girl to have sex with.

She said they would be paid about $200 each time this happened, depending on the sex acts they would perform.

Dad would receive a separate $150 payment for organising it, she said.

The court also heard Dad and a co-accused had 20 to 30 women and girls working for them at one time.

A Victoria Police spokesperson said Dad was arrested “without incident”.

“Victoria Police can confirm the man is one of the detainees recently released following a High Court ruling,” they said.

“He is currently being interviewed by police and further updates will be provided as the matter progresses.”

Registered sex offenders living in Victoria are also subject to significant and rigorous reporting obligations as required by the Sex Offenders Registration Act.

“They are required to provide a range of information about their personal circumstances on a regular on-going basis and may have an individual offender management plan that will differ depending on the level of risk,” the spokesman said.

The revelation about Dad’s arrest today further deepens the crisis engulfing the federal government after the High Court last month ordered the release of 148 criminal asylum seekers being held in immigration detention.

It comes after another sex predator, Afghan refugee Aliyawar Yawari, fronted Adelaide Magistrates Court yesterday on two charges relating to his alleged indecent assault of a woman just weeks after the 65-year-old was released from Yongah Hill detention facility in Western Australia.
Some pretty limited brain capacity!

Been in detention 10+years and looks like he will be back inside in less within a week. It would be silly for society to care more about whether he is in detention than he appears to.
 

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I remember the boat tow backs under Prime Minister Abbott..that seemed to work ok
A bit late now, seeing that he's already here - and has been for many years.

Note that Australia's border policies (i.e. turning back the boats) haven't changed since the election.
 
A bit late now, seeing that he's already here - and has been for many years.

Note that Australia's border policies (i.e. turning back the boats) haven't changed since the election.
so..lets get this right. We can tow back boats with 'asylum seekers' in OUR waters (Australian Territory) to Indonesia and Papua New Guinea and that works. So that is established precedent for returning these people to their port of origin and its still policy it seems from what you say. Now explain why the same can't be done for a illegal alien criminal who lobs here under any means?
 
so..lets get this right. We can tow back boats with 'asylum seekers' in OUR waters (Australian Territory) to Indonesia and Papua New Guinea and that works. So that is established precedent for returning these people to their port of origin and its still policy it seems from what you say. Now explain why the same can't be done for a illegal alien criminal who lobs here under any means?

After deporting Novak Djokovic for the crime of the century, which was ##checks notes## his potential to cause “civil unrest” (lmao) I’m surprised there is any, literally any, standard left to meet for deporting a foreign criminal.
 
so..lets get this right. We can tow back boats with 'asylum seekers' in OUR waters (Australian Territory) to Indonesia and Papua New Guinea and that works. So that is established precedent for returning these people to their port of origin and its still policy it seems from what you say. Now explain why the same can't be done for a illegal alien criminal who lobs here under any means?
Because they aren't able to register as a refugee until after they get off the boat.

Once they have registered as an refugee, and their case has been found to be genuine, they are legally owed protection by the Australian Govt.
 
Only twits on Twitter!

I spend zero time on Twitter following people's crazy conspiracy theories like lemmings such as yourself.

What's your latest conspiracy theory as I need a gold laugh...
There was a crazy conspiracy theory circulating that you are a centrist. It was quashed in only two posts.
 
Because they aren't able to register as a refugee until after they get off the boat.

Once they have registered as a refugee, and their case has been found to be genuine, they are legally owed protection by the Australian Govt.
What’s the protection visa all about then? The government can deny this on character grounds based on criminal history.
 

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Who was the immigration minister when he arrived?

Chris Bowen. So this is also Peter Dutton's fault
But we were reliably told by Vader that the boat towback policy is still in effect under labor. Soooo...if thats correct, how did he get here then?...OR are labor not now enforcing the towback policy? And if so, they caused this situation to happen and an innocent woman was sexually assaulted as the end result.

I'd like to know more on how this guy happened to end up here and not back at his original disembarking port with our still in force towback policy
 
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Ouch. The founded-on-the-profits-of-slavery Guardian reports that Labor assisted the challenge to indefinite detention. Presumably Peter Dutton's fault?

Mark Dreyfus approved human rights commission’s intervention in indefinite detention case

The attorney general, Mark Dreyfus, personally approved the Australian Human Rights Commission’s intervention in the high court to argue that indefinite immigration detention is unlawful. Documents produced to the Senate reveal on 5 June Dreyfus signed off on the AHRC’s intervention in favour of the plaintiff NZYQ, provided it “make clear” that it was doing so on its own behalf, not the commonwealth.

A letter from the AHRC president, Rosalind Croucher, also reveals that the defendants – the immigration minister, Andrew Giles, and commonwealth – “consider there is a reasonable prospect that the parties will be able to agree a special case, including ultimate facts that would raise the correctness” of an earlier decision that indefinite detention is lawful.
 
Immigration minister Andrew Giles implicated again...



Former immigration detainee Aciek Akec, who was released in 2022, has been arrested and charged with allegedly committing assault and attempting to dishonestly take property without consent.
In a Facebook post dated December 2 last year, supporters of Akec thanked Immigration Minister Andrew Giles alongside "those who supported us to follow this through", apparently implicating the Albanese government in his release.

"We are very relieved to welcome back Aciek Akec after nearly 5 years in Immigration detention," the post reads.

"Thank you Andrew Giles and those who supported us to follow this through."
So also Peter Dutton's fault then?
 
But we were reliably told by Vader that the boat towback policy is still in effect under labor. Soooo...if thats correct, how did he get here then?...OR are labor not now enforcing the towback policy? And if so, they caused this situation to happen and an innocent woman was sexually assaulted as the end result.

I'd like to know more on how this guy happened to end up here and not back at his original disembarking port with our still in force towback policy
Can we substitute Vader anywhere into this sentence?

Obama Said 'Don't Underestimate Joe's Ability to F*ck Things Up'?
 

Perfect storm for Prime Minister Anthony Albanese over released detainees fiasco​


The imbroglio caused by releasing murderers, rapists, pedophiles and other convicted criminals from immigration detention is exploding before a hapless Labor government, which is floundering in its response.
But the cost-of-living crisis that has torpedoed Labor’s voter support has been joined by a border protection imbroglio, handing the Coalition multiple free kicks in front of goal on two longstanding touchstone issues.

The Coalition has owned border protection since John Howard indelibly claimed it as a signature issue by declaring during the 2001 election campaign: “We will decide who comes to this country and the circumstances in which they come.”
Labor’s failure to keep the crooks behind bars is igniting the public and the Coalition is reaping political dividends. Opposition Senate Leader Simon Birmingham on Tuesday thundered theatrically that the consequences of Labor’s border protection failure were writ large by the convicted sexual predator’s indecent assault charges.

“Ask the woman in South Australia who was sexually assaulted what she thinks of the way your government has handled this,” he told parliament, protected from contempt of court laws by privilege.

By contrast, government ministers have been on the back foot, fending off Opposition calls for the resignations of Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil and Immigration Minister Andrew Giles. Unfortunately for Labor, there’s no easy way out of this morass. Even if legislation can be passed to re-detain those freed, then severe, lasting damage has been done. Labor’s reputation on border protection is again in tatters.
It gets better.

Taxpayers coughing up for travel, accommodation for convicted criminals after their release from immigration detention​

Taxpayers have paid for travel and accommodation for convicted sex pests, murderers and drug traffickers following their release from immigration detention, official documents show.
Taxpayers have funded travel and accommodation for convicted sex pests, murderers and drug traffickers following their release from immigration detention facilities, official documents show, as the federal government faces mounting pressure over the High Court detention scandal.
According to a document released by the Department of Home Affairs under Freedom of Information, procedural instructions require the federal government to “arrange and fund” transport for immigration detainees to their home state following their release.

“For example, if a person was located and detained in New South Wales, but held in an immigration detention facility in Western Australia, if requested, arrangements should be made for that person to travel back to NSW,” the document said.

“Travel may include by road, rail or air, as would be fair and appropriate in the circumstances.

“The Department’s role in such circumstances is to assist the former detainee to move into the community.”

The document also revealed “appropriate clothing” is to be provided by the detention and facilities services provider upon the detainee’s release, including “new shoes if required”.

The revelation comes after Afghanistan born former immigration detainee Aliyawar Yawari, 65, was released from detention in Western Australia in mid November before travelling to Adelaide.

Just days after his arrival in South Australia, Yawari was arrested and charged with two counts of indecently assaulting a woman at his Pooraka motel.



 
Immigration minister Andrew Giles implicated again...



Former immigration detainee Aciek Akec, who was released in 2022, has been arrested and charged with allegedly committing assault and attempting to dishonestly take property without consent.
In a Facebook post dated December 2 last year, supporters of Akec thanked Immigration Minister Andrew Giles alongside "those who supported us to follow this through", apparently implicating the Albanese government in his release.

"We are very relieved to welcome back Aciek Akec after nearly 5 years in Immigration detention," the post reads.

"Thank you Andrew Giles and those who supported us to follow this through."
Did Albo have a beer with this guy as well?
 
What’s the protection visa all about then? The government can deny this on character grounds based on criminal history.
A protection visa allows them out of detention, and into society in general. Those who are (or were) denied one are stuck in detention, until a country can be found to take them.
 
Interesting learnt tonight the detainee that offended in Adelaide arrived by boat under Chris Bowen's watch not Peter Dutton's watch.
I don't know where you found that information, since it's previously been stated that none of the released detainees arrived during the current Govt.
 

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