High Court NZYQ decision: How many sex offenders, murderers and kidnappers have been released into the community by Anthony Albanese’s government

Documents just tabled in the Senate during Senate Estimates in Canberra have revealed how many sex offenders, murderers and kidnappers have been released into the community by Anthony Albanese’s government.

The shock releases from immigration detention, which came after a High Court bombardment, include seven people convicted of murder or attempted murder.

The shock figures also include 37 people found guilty of sexual offences, including child sex offences.

Another 72 were convicted of assault, violent offence, kidnapping or armed robbery, and 16 were convicted of domestic violence or stalking.

There were also 13 people convicted of serious drug offenses and up to five convicted of people smuggling or crimes of serious international concern.

The documents also show that 24 detainees have breached their visa conditions or have been charged with serious offenses against Australians.

One of the documents reveals that ‘From 1 February 2024, six individuals were arrested and charged with offenses against the Migration Act 1958 for breaching visa conditions.

‘In addition, the ABF (Australian Border Force) is aware that 18 individuals have been charged by state and territory police for state and territory offences.’

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Documents tabled in the Senate have revealed how many sex offenders, murderers and kidnappers have been released into the community by Anthony Albanese's government.  Mr Albanese is in the picture

Documents tabled in the Senate have revealed how many sex offenders, murderers and kidnappers have been released into the community by Anthony Albanese’s government. Mr Albanese is in the picture