Baby Asha decision sets a risky precedent

SMH, 21 February 2016
Author: Steve Stankevicius
“Though the public’s intentions have been noble, the precedent that has been set is a concern. Regardless of the questionable ethics of Australia’s immigration laws and detention centres, one must carefully consider the consequences of allowing a family to stay after they have found fleeting refuge behind a wall of brave doctors and nurses.”
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