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Australia approves indefinite detention of convicted terrorists

Thursday, December 1, 2016 11:42
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Australia approves indefinite detention of convicted terrorists | 01 Dec 2016 | Australia’s government on Thursday approved legislation that strengthens the country’s terrorism laws by allowing convicted terrorists to be held without charge after serving a prison sentence. Under the legislation, the attorney general may ask a court to indefinitely detain a convicted terrorist 12 months before their sentence expires on the grounds that the convict would pose an unacceptable risk of committing an act of terrorism upon release. The Supreme Court would then have to approve the extended detention given the risk of the prisoner committing a serious terror offense after being freed.


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