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Killer wont be compensated by the government

November 2013, 14
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A recommendation was made to the federal government to pay nearly half a million dollars of compensation to a convicted killer who was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia due to being held in immigration detention for nearly three years. Mr Ince, who is a Turkish Immigrant, had been jailed previously in Australian as he had murdered a drunken stranger who had climbed on the sunroof of his moving car. The AHRC (Australian Human Rights Commission) says that the Immigration department has violated their rights and held Mr Ince for three years in the Maribyrnong Immigration Detention centre even after he was released from jail, and he was deported from the country in 2011.


When Mr Ince came to Australia first, he was 17 years old, and he had come here to join his mother on a permanent family migration visa in the year 1995. The Human Rights commission has said that he is suffering from mental health issues and has also been diagnose with paranoid schizophrenia. He was released from prison in November 2008 but was held in a Detention centre until August 2011 before he was sent back to Turkey. The Human Rights commission found out that being detained continuously is also one of the main reasons why Mr Ince's metal condition worsened and the act committed was very inhuman, degrading and cruel.

The Human Rights commission said that the Commonwealth must pay Mr Ince a compensation of $ 450,000 and also give a written apology. In return the federal government has made a decision to not act on this at all. The Immigration department said that Mr Ince had been detained lawfully and so there is question of making an apology or giving him an compensation. The Immigration department said that the minister had looked into the case , and also examined Mr Ince's mental health and after that decided that die to his criminal record and to protect the public it would not be in public interest if he would be released back into the community.

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