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On 10 March 2016 at 10:42 AM, old dee said:

I heard a Richmond official on SEN this morning saying Dustin was at a low ebb over this and they were helping him through this period.

Is there ever a period that they are not helping him through?

He must consume more of their time than the over 39 on their list.

This will no doubt have an effect on Dustin. Looked out of sorts on the weekend. Might need time out of the game to deal with this

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7 hours ago, demoniac said:

I am no fan of bikie gangs but people should not be deported to their country of origin unless they are convicted of a crime. Innocent until proven guilty and all that.

Let the NZ courts give him a fair trial and convict him later.

Why should we waste our tax dollars on human slime.

Or put him in Nauru until we make it all legal.

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10 hours ago, demoniac said:

I am no fan of bikie gangs but people should not be deported to their country of origin unless they are convicted of a crime. Innocent until proven guilty and all that.

Proven guilty of what exactly? He has a criminal record and is a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang. If that's not good enough to deport someone I don't know what is.

What 'crime' do you consider being worthy of deportation? 

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9 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Proven guilty of what exactly? He has a criminal record and is a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang. If that's not good enough to deport someone I don't know what is.

What 'crime' do you consider being worthy of deportation? 

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12 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Proven guilty of what exactly? He has a criminal record and is a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang. If that's not good enough to deport someone I don't know what is.

What 'crime' do you consider being worthy of deportation? 

Does he have a criminal record? News reports only say that he is being deported because he is allegedly a high ranking member of a Bikie Gang...

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10 minutes ago, demoniac said:

Does he have a crimimal record? News reports only say that he is being deported because he is allegedly a high ranking member of a Bikie Gang...

And Bikie Gangs make money by what means?

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10 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Someone won't necessarily be deported because they have a criminal record or commit a crime while here. He's being deported because he's a member of an OMCG and is here on a Visa. 

If you want to stay here, be a decent member of society and don't join a bikie gang where your revenue is from illegal activities that include drug trafficking, extortion and prostitution rings.

And that is where our view diverges. I am not of the opinion that deporting someone only because they are a member of Bikie Gang is acceptable.

If he does have a criminal record  - I am happy to be pointed to reports confirming this -  and came here as an adult then that is a different matter and in my view would depend on the nature of the crime committed.

 

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9 minutes ago, demoniac said:

And that is where our view diverges. I am not of the opinion that deporting someone only because they are a member of Bikie Gang is acceptable.

If he does have a criminal record  - I am happy to be pointed to reports confirming this -  and came here as an adult then that is a different matter and in my view would depend on the nature of the crime committed.

 

For starters to get into any OMCG you need a criminal record. 

But now it depends on the nature of the crime committed? 

He's gullty of being a member of an OMCG, I don't quite get why he has to have committed an offence on top of that to be deported? 

And not just any offence, a crime that you deem suitable for deportation.

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

For starters to get into any OMCG you need a criminal record. 

But now it depends on the nature of the crime committed? 

Again I am happy to see any reports that detail his criminal record.

Nature of crime committed is a factor I would consider.

I would be happy to deport the Melbourne member of the Calabrian Mafia who emigrated to Australia as an adult without revealing his criminal record circa 4 Corners/Fairfax reports in recent past.

 

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14 hours ago, daisycutter said:

will depend how much he contests it. could drag it for some time if he has the bucks to lawyer up

This is almost as much fun as Essendrug dc.

A story that just keeps on giving.

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25 minutes ago, Choke said:

You laugh but you can actually make money doing that.

I never thought collecting My Little Ponies would ever pay of either.

Lucky I threw away my entire 1977 Star Wars Collection to make space for it.

Me and my Bronies are rich.

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16 minutes ago, Biffen said:

I never thought collecting My Little Ponies would ever pay of either.

Lucky I threw away my entire 1977 Star Wars Collection to make space for it.

Me and my Bronies are rich.

Brony reference on D'Land.

Never thought I'd see the day.

Hats off to you sir.

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15 hours ago, demoniac said:

Again I am happy to see any reports that detail his criminal record.

Nature of crime committed is a factor I would consider.

I would be happy to deport the Melbourne member of the Calabrian Mafia who emigrated to Australia as an adult without revealing his criminal record circa 4 Corners/Fairfax reports in recent past.

 

Immigration laws state that people can be denied entry to the country purely on character basis, without criminal charges. I would assume then that it can be extended to citizens of other countries already here.

 

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Hes fecked off beck to unzud eh bro.

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