Australia: "Fair Go" for Mehmet the Killer?

A VICIOUS killer wasting taxpayer funds in a long-running battle against deportation wants his victim’s family to give him a fair go.

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But murderer Mehmet Ince’s comments have infuriated the devastated family of Melbourne plumber Ian Broadbent, who Ince callously gunned down in 1997.

Mr Broadbent’s mum, Heather McDonald, has demanded the Turkish citizen be deported and accused authorities of keeping her in the dark over the case.

“If he deserves a fair go why didn’t he think of that before he murdered my son,” she said.

Ince, 31, was released from jail in November after serving 10 years behind bars for the brutal shooting murder of Mr Broadbent.

The killer, who committed more than 30 crimes in two years after migrating to Australia in 1995, had his visa cancelled in late 2004, and his appeal against the ruling failed in early 2005.

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‘Fair is fair’ … Killer Mehmet Ince is fighting to stay is Australia. Ah yes, he has a mother, too…

Under Commonwealth law, any non-Australian citizen who serves a prison sentence longer than one year is deemed to fail the character test to stay in the country.

However, Ince is in Australia awaiting a response from Immigration and Citizenship Minister Chris Evans, who he has asked to intervene.

He has been held at Maribyrnong Immigration Detention Centre for nearly nine months, at a cost to taxpayers of more than $32,000, even though the Federal Government says the appeal process generally takes a maximum of four months.

Mrs McDonald said she was shattered Ince was not immediately deported after he was released from jail.

She begged authorities to boot him out and stop him draining the public purse.

“This has made me lose complete faith in any law in this country,” she said.

“I feel that once he is out of this country at least we can try to live again knowing we did get a bit of justice.”

But the killer hit back, telling the Herald Sun he deserved to stay in the country.

“Whatever she (Mrs McDonald) does to me now, her son will not come back and it (will) only hurt me or hurt my mother,” he said, from the detention centre.

“Fair is fair. I have got my family living in Australia too. I am not being selfish.

“I am not willing to go (to Turkey) because I have got no family there.”

On the night he died Mr Broadbent, 26, had been drinking and approached Ince’s car at traffic lights in Bundoora and grabbed the sunroof.

The car raced off with Mr Broadbent hanging on before Ince, who was in the passenger seat, sprang through the sunroof and shot him dead.

Ince labelled the incident “a bizarre tragedy, a lot of misunderstanding”.

Ince claimed he was fully rehabilitated.

“If she (Mrs McDonald) is going through pain can she . . . think of my mother too?” he said.

Opposition Immigration spokeswoman Sharman Stone said Ince should have been deported after he left jail.

“It is now time for him to leave the country,” Dr Stone said. “The public shouldn’t be expected to continue paying.”

Yesterday Mr Evans’ spokesman said the minister would not be able to make a comment until the case was finalised.

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“Whatever she (Mrs McDonald) does to me now, her son will not come back and it (will) only hurt me or hurt my mother,” he said from Maribyrnong Immigration Detention Centre.

“Fair is fair. I have got my family living in Australia too. I am not being selfish.

“I am not willing to go (to Turkey) because I have got no family there.”

“If she (Mrs McDonald) is going through pain can she . . . think of my mother too?”

6 thoughts on “Australia: "Fair Go" for Mehmet the Killer?”

  1. WHY ARE THE COURTS EVEN ALLOWING THIS MUSLIM SHIT A VOICE!!! TYPICAL MUSLIM – “ITS NOT MY FAULT ….. BLAH BLAH BLAH”

    NO MEHMET YOU MUSLIM TWAT – YOU DO NOT DESERVE TO STAY IN AUSTRALIA.

    HEAR THAT EVANS OR FACE THE CONSEQUENCES IN THE NEXT ELECTION.

  2. “Whatever she (Mrs McDonald) does to me now, her son will not come back and it (will) only hurt me or hurt my mother,” he said, from the detention centre.
    “Fair is fair. I have got my family living in Australia too. I am not being selfish.
    “I am not willing to go (to Turkey) because I have got no family there.”

    Fair is fair – oh my !

  3. What a RAT u killer Ince,
    You certainly have no Heart u weak Dog,
    You dont no how my sister (Ian’s girlfriend) has/is coping since her lost.
    Dont let me walk past you in the street if u make it onto our soil as damaged will certainly occur as the Goverment will have failed by ever allowing u to stay and allowing me to take law into my own hands.
    You and your mum deverse jack shit but look out for my shit when it hits the fan.
    Brother to victum

  4. This arrogant piece of shit deserves nothing from us or our country.
    Anyone who decides that he does deserve to stay here is just as callous as he is. What happens if he gets to stay, he goes out and gets the gun that he used to kill Ian (because it was never found) and does it again to another innocent Australian. Or what if he forgets to take his medication and flips out like he did in his so called prison cell. This pathetic excuse for a human cannot be rehabilitated. He is evil through and through. Go home and serve your own country, and stop destroying ours. You are a weak pathetic murderer, fair IS fair, hope you feel as much pain as the rest of us have.

  5. I heard your goin back to Turkey. I bet you wish you never pulled the trigger now, you scum bag. and take your stupid arse mother back with ya. we dont want either of ya. I hope its fun back in Turkey, you wont get away with the same shit over there, they will punish you big time, and you know it. You think your a big man to hide behind a powerful weapon, you come to Australia, how about learn how to fight like a real man you weak piece of shit.
    im sure turkey will show ya what its like to take a bullet. hopefully soona than later. keep ya head low when ya return back to turkey, because you wont las t long. bye bye scum

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