Asylum seekers are free to walk out of detention at any time if they agree to leave Australia. So this is more a “residency or death” issue. Â (The West/tip Tim Blair)
Learning from the best:
Foreign Minister KRudd and Defence Minister Stephen Smith will meet their UK counterparts to discussÂ global terrorism in Somalia and Yemen…..the main focus of today’s talks between Australian and British foreign defence ministers….. Â (The Australian)
Omar kills his wife, gets off because ‘he is very, very Â unlikely to ever offend again’
Omar Bayram, 62, pleaded guilty in the Supreme Court yesterday to murdering his wife, Sirin, 50, on February 1 last year.
Philip Dunn, QC, for Bayram,Â Â said his client, who had no prior convictions, then called police and confessed to the murder.
“There was no planning or premeditation,” he said. Â Â “He is otherwise a hard-working member of our community.”
Justice Betty King said she believed Bayram was “very, very unlikely to ever offend again”. She remanded him for sentencing at a later date.
See, all we need is tolerance and understanding. Â What could go wrong?
The pregnant woman, who was beaten and maybe poisoned by her husband, gave birth in a car enroute to the hospital. Kacha Kho resident, Aliya, was beaten by her husband after the couple returned from the doctor’s offices on Tuesday afternoon. Aliya’s husband, Muhammad Ali, was enraged after he discovered that he was about to have a third daughter. (Source)