Legal challenge may free alleged people smugglers
"It is not unlawful to bring people ... who have a lawful right of entry" - Gavin Green, Legal Aid solicitor.
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Since: Mar 11
#1 Jul 24, 2011
Of course thay had no legal right of entry. The UN convention on refugees clearly states the legal right to asylum in the first safe country. That would give these illegals a claim of asylum in Indonesia, Malaysia or anywhere else they stopped on their way here. After that they are clearly illegal immigrants, trying to bypass the legal channels, therefor those that take money to knowingly aid &transport them are clearly breaking the law. That is why they always try to land in a deserted area, rather than sail into port.
#2 Jul 24, 2011
these refugee advocates would let anyone come here. what a joke. australias is getting worse and more dangerous cause of refugees and its gouing to get worser still cause of the idiots in control. notice how nothing is being said in the mainstream media about the fact there all muslims from violent countries.
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