Australia: the federal government’s plan to deport an Afghan asylum seeker by force for the first time has been stopped by the courts…

Andrew Bolt

Magistrates are either more just than most, or different in another way

About two-thirds of rejected refugee claims from boat arrivals are being overturned in the Federal Magistrates Court because of a lack of procedural fairness.

The great court rigmarole is back in full swing, and you know who will end up paying.

3 thoughts on “Australia: the federal government’s plan to deport an Afghan asylum seeker by force for the first time has been stopped by the courts…”

  1. Because of his sharia rights, probably

    – Everybody has the right to seek asylum
    (Article 12, Cairo Declaration 1990)

  2. Why not deport the magistrates and refugee activists. It will not solve the problem but the general public at large will at least get some satisfaction.

  3. Agree Gerald – people need to petition the politicans and the courts to remove the magistrates that are working to destroy Australia.

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