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So, three of the idealogical ‘stooges’ of the Turnbull government, ministers Hunt, Sukkar & Tudge, could face hard time in the slammer for contempt of court (“Ministers to be hauled before Supreme Court after criticising terror sentencing”, Canberra Times, 15 June). We can only hope that they won’t find themselves facing sentencing before Victoria has a chance to review & strengthen its probation laws & that they will serve their time in solitary confinement, so as to avoid their fellow inmates becoming ‘radicalised’.
– John Richardson, CLA member, Wallagoot NSW
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