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Repeat offenders: are parole authorities protecting us? MP3

This week attention has been focussed on two violent crimes - in both cases the offender was out on parole. The man who raped and murdered ABC staffer Jill Meagher and the man who tried to rape and kill a woman waiting at a bus stop had both served sentences for violent crimes. Source: abc.net.au

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