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Proof tough new laws and deportions are well worth it ...well done Howard !

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« on: September 11, 2008, 05:37:15 am »
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AN Australian-raised English murderer and serial rapist sent back to Britain after his release from jail faces life behind bars after a sex attack on a pensioner.

Simon Wilson, 50, who was deported after his release from a Queensland jail in January, yesterday pleaded guilty in a London court to three charges, including ****, relating to an April attack.

Wilson migrated to Canberra with his family as a toddler.

After becoming a drifter, he committed 77 offences in Australia, including a killing and six rapes - one in Melbourne.

He was released in January after serving 16 years for the murder of Mackay spinster Joan Randell and deported  under tough Australian laws on foreigners who abuse their residency.

The detective who dealt with the case described Wilson as a "freak" who needed constant supervision and should never be allowed to return to society.

But in Britain, his case was found not to meet criteria for any control orders, leaving him free to go where he pleased.

Authorities were also powerless to force Wilson to sign the sex-offender register when he refused to do so.

He agreed to meet police and agencies regularly, though lack of resources meant he could not be placed under 24-hour surveillance.

In April, Wilson attacked a 71-year-old woman on her doorstep in central London, slashing her face and body as he tried to **** her.

Yesterday, Wilson stared at the ground as he mumbled his guilty pleas in an Australian accent.

Prosecutor Constance Briscoe told the court: "We will certainly be making submissions at sentence that this defendant is highly dangerous and ought not to be released in the future."

Wilson was remanded in custody until October 10 for a pre-sentence report.

In 2005, 66-year-old Robert Excell returned after 37 years in an Australian jail for child sex convictions. 

This is in marked contrast to Britain, where criminals such as Italian-born Learco Chindamo, who moved to Britain aged five and went on to kill teacher Philip Lawrence, cannot be deported because of his human rights.

Tory MP Philip Davies said: "Our policies in this country should be more in tune with the way the Australians do it.

"They have a zero-tolerance approach while we pussyfoot around. We are far too bothered about the human rights of criminals rather than the rights of citizens."


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