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Victoria\'s Parole Board under fire for catastrophic failure of justice MP3

Senior members of the legal system are joining other critics in expressing their outrage that the man who raped and murdered Melbourne woman, Jill Meagher, was on parole when he attacked her. The head of the Police Association and the chairman of Victoria's Sentencing Advisory Council have described the case as a catastrophic failure of the justice system. Source: abc.net.au

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