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Name: ALI JAFFARI (Ali Jaffari)(Deceased - September 2015)

Age: 35 yrs old (2013)

State: VIC - Geelong West, Autumn St - September 2013.
Update May, 2014 - Melbourne, Albert Park - News (8-5-2014) - "Child predator Ali Jaffari roams free, lurking in parks" - Read more below.

Sentence: Sentenced in August 2013, in the Geelong Magistrates'Court, to a 2 yr community corrections order with 300 hours unpaid community work and banned from attending Eastern Beach pool for two years..Placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years.

Offence/Other: Ali Jaffari - Paedophile - 6 counts of indecent acts with a child under 16 and one count of attempt to commit an indecent act..Jaffari who came to Australia three years ago as a Afghan immigrant/ refugee, was convicted of indecently assaulting two boys aged 12-13 yrs old at an Eastern Beach Pool in Geelong in 2012.

Update (17-9-2015) - "Child sex pest Ali Jaffari dies after setting himself on fire in detention"
A convicted child sex predator who set himself alight at Yongah Hill Detention Centre in Western Australia on Tuesday night has died.
It was the second time Afghan man Ali Jaffari attempted to take his own life since being moved from Victoria, after his permanent protection visa was cancelled. It is understood detainees and guards went to Jaffari’s aid after he doused himself with a fire accelerant, wrapped himself in a sheet and set himself alight.

Update (14-5-2014) - "Outrage as sex predator is free to stalk children"
A convicted child sex predator has been released without charge just hours after police arrested him for loitering near children.
Concerns are mounting the Afghan refugee, Ali Jaffari, will strike again. Jaffari was arrested by police when they swooped on his home in St Kilda West on Friday afternoon...

Update (9-5-2014) - Immigration Minister Scott Morrison is reviewing legislation that protects a child sex predator who is now targeting footy training, a school, parks, playground and the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre. Ali Jaffari, an Afghan refugee who cannot be deported thanks to his permanent protection visa, is on the sex offenders register. Jaffari is under police investigation over his behaviour towards young children at footy training and Auskick near Albert Park. South Melbourne Districts Junior Football Club sent an email to parents warning them to be extra vigilant and not leave any child unattended...

News (1-4-2014) - Tougher character tests for asylum seekers as child sex fiend allowed to stay - Refugees and other visa-holders face a tougher character test to stay in Australia after authorities were left struggling to remove a refugee convicted of child sex offences and accused of trying to kidnap a four-year-old girl...

News (25-2-2014) - All charges dropped against registered sex offender - Registered sex offender, Ali Jaffari, accused of attempted child-stealing, has had all charges against him dropped after a Magistrate told prosecutors he would have trouble finding Jaffari guilty...

News (25-9-2013) - "Man on child stealing charges" - Ali Jaffari is facing charges of child stealing, attempted child stealing and unlawful assault - Appeared in the Geelong Magistrates' Court 24-9-2013, the court adjourned the matters for further contest mention on November 12, 2013 - Read more below.




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Child sex pest Ali Jaffari dies after setting himself on fire in detention

A convicted child sex predator who set himself alight at Yongah Hill Detention Centre in Western Australia on Tuesday night has died.
It was the second time Afghan man Ali Jaffari attempted to take his own life since being moved from Victoria, after his permanent protection visa was cancelled.
It is understood detainees and guards went to Jaffari’s aid after he doused himself with a fire accelerant, wrapped himself in a sheet and set himself alight.
He was flown to hospital but died overnight after suffering horrific burns.
In April this year, he lost his appeal to stay in Australia, and had been in an immigration centre in Victoria before being moved.
Jaffari was arrested last year after loitering near young children at footy training and Auskick near Albert Park.
Concerned parents also reported seeing him lurking near a school, parks, a playground and the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
The 37-year-old was convicted of accessing child porn images and given a three-month suspended prison sentence.
That offence involved a breach of a Community Corrections Order for assaulting a boy at Geelong’s Eastern Beach in August 2013.
Jaffari pleaded guilty in the Victorian County Court to one charge of accessing child pornography material using a carriage service.
When Jaffari appeared in court it emerged he had told a psychologist that he liked teenage boys and thought it acceptable to have sex with them if they agreed.
The court heard that police caught Jaffari in a public ­library with a laptop computer containing violent sexual images of under-age children.
During a different hearing at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court it was stated that Jaffari had difficulty in understanding that viewing child pornography was against the law.
A Department of Immigration and Border Protection spokeswoman said WA Police were now investigating.
“The Department can confirm that a male detainee was transferred from Yongah Hill Immigration Detention Centre to hospital on the evening of 15 September 2015, following a self-harm incident,” she said.
Yesterday Patrick O’Donnell, the assistant secretary of United Voice WA, the union who represents staff at Yongah Hill, told News Corp Australia some members were injured in the incident.
He said there were “major concers for safety” if detainees could get hold of banned substances.
“Incidences like this should not be occurring the first place,” he said.
“Detention centres are the responsibility of Government and the Government is failing to take the steps to insure the standard that the community expects.
“When you have an incident like this, that’s an indicator of a system not working.”
Refugee Action Coalition spokesman Ian Rintoul said the incident showed there was “systemic failures” at Yongah Hill, when a man who had previously attempted suicide could set himself alight.
“It’s very clear he should not have been in Yongah Hill,” Mr Rintoul said.
“He should have been somewhere where he could have gotten proper psychological treatment after previous suicide attempts.”

www.dailytelegraph.com.au (17-9-2015)
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/child-sex-pest-ali-jaffari-dies-after-setting-himself-on-fire-in-detention/story-fnii5smt-1227531208070


Asylum seeker dies after setting himself on fire in West Australia

An Afghan asylum seeker and convicted child molester who set himself on fire in a West Australian immigration detention centre has reportedly died.
The man, believed to be in his late 30s, had burns to 90 per cent of his body after the incident at the Yongah Hill detention centre near Northam overnight.
According to ABC, the man died in hospital last night.
His name was Ali Jafarri and he was a convicted child molester.
The Afghan asylum seeker managed to obtain petrol and set himself on fire after two previous attempts to take his own life, advocates say.
According to the ABC, Jafarri was granted refugee status but had his permanent protection visa cancelled after being convicted of six counts of an indecent act with a child.
The offence occurred in Geelong after he was released into the community on a protection visa. He also pleaded guilty to accessing child pornography.
In April this year he lost his appeal to stay in Australia but remained in immigration detention because he could not be deported to Afghanistan as he was a refugee.
The immigration department has confirmed the man harmed himself and that he was being treated at Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth.
“WA Police are now investigating the matter and it is not appropriate to comment further at this time,” the department said.
The Refugee Action Coalition claim it’s the third time the man has tried to end his own life in six weeks, and say it defies belief that he was able to get petrol.
“How was he allowed to obtain the materials that allowed him to do this?” spokesman Ian Rintoul asked.
“This seems to be an outright incident of negligence or worse.” Mr Rintoul said the man had been held at the detention centre, 90km east of Perth, for about eight months.
“Given his known mental state, he should not have been at Yongah Hill and he should not have been able to obtain flammable fluid.” He said the facility’s operator Serco had questions to answer about its duty of care.
“There’s simply been no adequate mental health treatment or proper care.” Serco declined to comment and referred AAP to the immigration department.
United Voice WA assistant secretary Pat O’Donnell said several guards had been injured in the incident.
“You can imagine the mental stress and trauma that goes along with dealing with these situations,” Mr O’Donnell said.
“We have major concerns for safety — it puts our members at risk if detainees are able to get hold of banned substances.” He said Serco needed to put more focus on preventing such incidents.
The Greens have called for a review of health and welfare services at Yongah Hill and others across Australia after a young asylum seeker died at the same detention centre in July.
The Refugee Action Coalition said the Afghan man had been held for three years and may have died of a heart attack.
Despite being sick for days and asking for medical assistance, he was only given paracetamol, the group claimed.
Soon after his death, angry detainees staged protests at the centre, which was also the scene of a brawl involving 50 detainees earlier in July.

www.news.com.au (17-9-2015)
http://www.news.com.au/national/western-australia/asylum-seeker-dies-after-setting-himself-on-fire-in-west-australia/story-fnj4anv2-1227531151600


Refugee sex creep Ali Jaffari to stay locked in detention after child porn charge

A child sex offender who came to Australia as a refugee and molested a boy at Eastern Beach will be locked in a detention centre indefinitely after being sentenced for accessing child porn.
Ali Jaffari, 36, from Afghanistan, was on Tuesday sentenced to three months in prison, which was suspended immediately on the condition he be of good behaviour for the next 15 months.
Jaffari has been held in Mar­ibyrnong Detention Centre since May after breaching a community corrections order he received for assaulting a boy in Geelong in August last year.
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison immediately cancelled Jaffari’s protection visa on learning of the breach, which means he cannot be released from detention unless he agrees to return to Pakistan where his siblings reside.
Jaffari came to Australia on a refugee boat from Indonesia in 2010.
The Victorian County Court heard Jaffari accessed 27 child porn images between July 28 and May 9 this year.
The discovery was made after Jaffari confided in a psychologist who was treating him as part of his community corrections order.
The court heard Jaffari said he liked boys aged between 12 and 19 and thought it was acceptable to have sex with them if they consented.
The court was forced to convert Jaffari’s CCO into a suspended three-month prison sentence when he was taken into detention in May.
Judge Jane Patrick said sentencing Jaffari was difficult considering he could not carry out a CCO or be treated for his depraved urges.
“The best I can do is put something hanging over his head,’’ she said.
If Jaffari breaches the order while in detention he will be brought back to court and resentenced.
In sentencing, Judge Patrick said she took into account Jaffari’s plea of guilty, his personal circumstances and honest disclosures.
“Whether you remain in detention is a matter for a different authority,’’ she said.

Geelong Advertiser (3-12-2014)
Wayne Flower
http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/news/crime-court/refugee-sex-creep-ali-jaffari-to-stay-locked-in-detention-after-child-porn-charge/story-fnjuhoxe-1227142930688


Child porn suspect Ali Jaffari’s visa cancelled by federal government, court hears

Refugee and convicted child sex predator Ali Jaffari’s protection visa has been cancelled by the Federal Government, a court has heard.
Immigration officers visited Jaffari, currently on remand on child pornography charges, on Friday.
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said new information, together with Mr Jaffari’s previous behaviour, had given him sufficient grounds to cancel the permanent protection visa.
“Like any decision, my decision to cancel Mr Jaffari’s visa could still be subject to challenge in the courts,” he said.
“This has been a frustrating case for the community that has once again highlighted weaknesses in our current federal laws on visa cancellation, which still may yet prove ineffective in this case.
“The Australian public, in particular our children, deserve to have laws that put their interests and their protection first.”
Mr Morrison said he was finalising reforms to the character test in the Migration Act to provide greater protections.
The visa cancellation means that even if Mr Jaffari’s current bail application succeeds, he will be placed in immigration detention.
The bail hearing in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court was yesterday adjourned until today, after an interpreter could not be found for the Afghan, 36, who faces charges of accessing child pornography.
The bail hearing has been told that on April 4, police caught Jaffari in a public library with a laptop computer containing violent sexual images of under-age children.
Detective Sergeant Tim Moreland, opposing bail, told the court on Friday that Jaffari had difficulty in understanding that viewing child pornography was against the law.
The court heard Jaffari was convicted and placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years over an assault of a boy at Geelong’s Eastern beach last August.
“If he is in the community, I believe he will be an extreme concern,” Det. Sgt Moreland said.
“He is likely to reoffend if released on bail,” he said.
A representative of the Department of Immigration will give evidence at the hearing today.

www.heraldsun.com.au (19-5-2014)
David Hurley/ Ellen Whinnett
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/law-order/child-porn-suspect-ali-jaffaris-visa-cancelled-by-federal-government-court-hears/story-fni0fee2-1226922723030


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Minister revokes visa over child porn

Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has cancelled the visa of an Afghani refugee who used a Melbourne library to access child pornography.
Ali Jaffari, 36, has admitted to viewing child pornography on his laptop using free wi-fi for up to three hours a day at a Melbourne public library.
A bail hearing at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday heard Mr Morrison had used his discretion to cancel Jaffari's permanent protection visa.
Prosecutor Morgan Brown said if Jaffari was granted bail, he would be taken immediately to an immigration detention centre.
Defence lawyer Patrick Allen said Jaffari being in detention would significantly mitigate any risk of reoffending.
However Ms Brown maintained her opposition to bail, saying the conditions Jaffari would be under remained unclear.
The hearing last week heard Jaffari freely admitted to a psychologist that he accessed exploitation material of children as young as 12.
He has been charged with using a carriage service to access child pornography.
The court heard Jaffari was sentenced to 300 hours of community service and placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years over an incident with a teenage boy at Geelong in November 2012.
Magistrate Johanna Metcalf adjourned the bail hearing until Tuesday, when an official from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection will give evidence.

au.news.yahoo.com (19-5-2014)
https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/national/a/23645013/minister-revokes-visa-over-child-porn/


Sex offender on Vic child porn charge

An Afghani refugee on a protection visa who has already been convicted of child sex offences has admitted using a Melbourne public library daily to access child pornography.
Ali Jaffari, 36, has been charged with one count of using a carriage service to access child pornography between July 28, 2012 and February 17 this year.
A bail hearing on Friday heard he was convicted of six charges and given a community corrections order with 300 hours' community work and placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years over sex offences involving a teenage boy in Geelong in November 2012.
Belinda Ellis, a senior manager with Corrections Victoria who has assessed Jaffari's psychological state, said at their first session on May 8, he freely admitted to accessing child pornography for one to three hours a day on his laptop using free wi-fi at a public library.
"He disclosed that he attended public libraries and accessed child exploitation material with individuals aged 12 to 19," she told the Melbourne Magistrates Court.
"He described it (the material) as 'non-gentle' and 'noisy'."
Ms Ellis said Jaffari told her he was unaware that it was illegal but indicated he would not do so again.
She said she assessed Jaffari was at a high risk of reoffending because of his low mood, repeated child porn use, the fact he saw nothing wrong with viewing it and becoming aroused, his lack of adult sexual experience and lack of friends and family.
Corrections Victoria staff reported the matter to police who charged him on Thursday.
Detective Sergeant Tim Moreland told the court a search of Jaffari's laptop found a number of child porn images.
Prosecutor Morgan Brown opposed bail, saying the charge carries a maximum of 15 years' jail, that Jaffari was likely to reoffend and had no support structure in Melbourne.
Defence counsel Patrick Allen said bail was appropriate because Jaffari was open about his offending with Corrections Victoria, had attended all appointments made for him under the community corrections order and said he would not view child pornography.
He asked for strict bail conditions barring Jaffari from within 200 metres of schools and public areas where children were likely to gather, and from using the internet.
Magistrate Johanna Metcalf has reserved her decision until Monday, remanding Jaffari in custody until then.

news.ninemsn.com.au (16-5-2014)
http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/2014/05/16/18/56/sex-offender-on-vic-child-porn-charge


Outrage as sex predator is free to stalk children

A convicted child sex predator has been released without charge just hours after police arrested him for loitering near children.
Concerns are mounting the Afghan refugee, Ali Jaffari, will strike again.
Jaffari was arrested by police when they swooped on his home in St Kilda West on Friday afternoon.
The arrest came after the Herald Sun revealed police were investigating the 36-year-old’s behaviour toward young children at footy training and Auskick near Albert Park.
Concerned parents also reported seeing Jaffari loitering near a school, parks, playground and Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
But following questioning by detectives, Jaffari was freed later that night.
The Herald Sun understands there was not enough evidence to charge him.
Detectives from St Kilda’s criminal investigation unit are continuing to investigate.
A mother left shaken after she claims Jaffari followed her and her two children through Albert Park after dark, making noises and touching himself, was horrified he was back at large.
“It’s just ludicrous,” she said.
Hetty Johnston, the executive director of anti-child exploitation body Bravehearts, agreed that Jaffari should not be on the streets.
She said she appreciated the laws authorities had to work within but Jaffari was too great a risk.
“Community safety needs to come first. He needs to be kept out of the way of children,” she said.
“He’s a danger to children. Sexual assault is not a misdemeanour. Too often, it destroys lives.”
Jaffari was convicted and placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years over the assault of a boy at Geelong’s Eastern beach in August but received just 300 hours of community service.
He kissed the boy on the neck, told him he was “sexy” and rubbed himself against him.
In January, he was accused of child stealing and unlawful assault of a four-year-old girl at a Geelong West oval, but the charges were later dropped after Magistrate Ron Saines advised police if he were hearing the matter, he would have reasonable doubt finding Jaffari guilty, citing cultural differences.
The case sparked outrage in the community with many calling for him to be deported.
But under the law, because he is in Australia on a protection visa, he can’t be booted out.
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison responded last month by vowing to toughen up visa cancellation powers amid concerns the current law failed to protect the community.
Veteran Melbourne anti-child abuse campaigner Bernadette McMenamin did not believe in a “kneejerk” deportation decision, adding it was a complex and important case.
She said more needed to be known about Jaffari before a decision was made, and that, ideally, he should be held in custody while that assessment happened.
“I think he needs to be in detention while there is a proper risk assessment. We’ve accepted him (into Australia) but if he is a risk, you need to hold him until he poses less of a risk,” Mrs McMenamin said.
The danger of sending him home was that there were children in his home country who were even more vulnerable, she said.
“We can’t let child abuse travel. This is a really important case to look at,” she said.
Police urged anyone who has spotted suspicious behaviour to call 000.

www.heraldsun.com.au (13-5-2014)
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/law-order/outrage-as-sex-predator-is-free-to-stalk-children/story-fni0fee2-1226916440643


Police arrest child sex offender

A convicted child sex predator lurking in parks in Melbourne’s inner south has been arrested by police.
Detectives from St Kilda’s criminal investigation unit executed a warrant on a property in Park St, St Kilda, where they arrested a 36-year-old man.
The man, who the Herald Sun has chosen not to name for legal reasons, is being questioned.
It is understood he is an ­Afghan refugee who has been placed on the sex offenders register.
He has been under investigation over his behaviour ­towards children at footy training and Auskick near ­Albert Park, after a junior ­football club sent an email to ­parents warning them to be vigilant with their children.
Club officials reported the suspicious man to Victoria Police and supplied a photo.
The man was also sighted loitering at a Beaconsfield Pde playground, where he was confronted by a parent.
A mother later reported he had followed her and her two children after dark in Albert Park.
Last year, the man was convicted and placed on the sex ­offenders register for 15 years over the assault of a boy at Geelong’s Eastern beach in August and received just 300 hours of community service.
The man cannot be deported because he is in Australia on a protection visa.
In January, he was accused of child stealing and unlawful assault of a four-year-old girl at a Geelong West oval.
The charges were dropped.

www.news.com.au (9-5-2014)
http://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/police-arrest-child-sex-offender/story-fnii5sms-1226912256376


Child predator Ali Jaffari roams free, lurking in parks

Ali Jaffari

Immigration Minister Scott Morrison is reviewing legislation that protects a child sex predator who is now targeting footy training, a school, parks, playground and the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
Ali Jaffari, an Afghan refugee who cannot be deported thanks to his permanent protection visa, is on the sex offenders register.
Jaffari is under police investigation over his behaviour towards young children at footy training and Auskick near Albert Park.
South Melbourne Districts Junior Football Club sent an email to parents warning them to be extra vigilant and not leave any child unattended.
The club reported the matter to Victoria Police and supplied a picture of the man taken by a coach, with the force confirming it was investigating last week but asking the Herald Sun not to publish details until now so as not to compromise the case.
Mr Morrison told 3AW radio today that Jaffari’s permanent protection visa made it “very difficult to deport him”.
“Jaffari was given a permanent protection visa by the previous government, if he was given a temporary visa I would have a bit more wiggle room,” he told 3AW.
“Under the current law, we have to pursue this under the ‘general character provisions’ not the ‘criminal conduct provisions’ because this requires a custodial sentence for immediate action.
“I’m hoping we can get something done, a decision being able to be made on this in a matter of weeks if not sooner.”
Mr Morrison said “the law is not as strong as it should be in this case” and that he was “working on that in parallel”.
On Thursday TV and radio personality Kate Langbroek tweeted that Jaffari was loitering at her children’s school and MSAC.
“So there’s a pedo hanging around our kids’ school. Seriously. And at MSAC. Apparently he has ‘a right to pursue fitness’. Holy moly,” the tweet read.
Jaffari, 35, has also loitered at a Beaconsfield Parade playground where he was confronted by an irate parent.
And one mum said Jaffari followed her two children after dark in Albert Park, staring and touching himself.
“It was truly frightening,” she said.
Jaffari was convicted and placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years over the assault of a boy at Geelong’s Eastern beach in August but received just 300 hours of community service.
Jaffari kissed the boy on the neck, told him he was “sexy” and rubbed himself against him.
In January he was accused of child stealing and unlawful assault of a four-year-old girl at a Geelong West oval.
“He then grabbed the child’s hand and began to lead her away before she looked up, saw it wasn’t her father, started crying and pulled her hand away,” police prosecutor sergeant Brooke Shears told the court.
When interviewed, Jaffari told police: “For us, is not an issue.”
Magistrate Ron Saines stood the matter down in March, advising police if he were hearing the matter he would have reasonable doubt finding Jaffari guilty, citing cultural differences.
The charges were dropped.
Police have urged anyone who spotted suspicious behaviour to call 000.

www.news.com.au (9-5-2014)
http://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/child-predator-ali-jaffari-roams-free-lurking-in-parks/story-fnii5sms-1226910946874


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Tougher character tests for asylum seekers as child sex fiend allowed to stay

Refugees and other visa-holders face a tougher character test to stay in Australia after authorities were left struggling to remove a refugee convicted of child sex offences and accused of trying to kidnap a four-year-old girl.
The attempted kidnap charge against the Afghan man was droppedafter a magistrate found that the “cultural differences” in his case could be a mitigating factor.
That decision and the fact that Ali Jaffari, 35, was only given a two-year community corrections order for indecent assault involving two boys, aged 12 and 13, means that the government is struggling to deport him.
This is despite the fact that he has also been listed on a sex offenders’ register.
The current character test requires a “substantial criminal record” including at least a 12-month jail term.
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison last night vowed to toughen up visa cancellation powers amid concerns the current law failed to protect the community enough.
Mr Jaffari was awarded a permanent protection visa in early 2012 by the Gillard government upon arriving by boat.
He was convicted last August of charges of indecently assaulting and attempted indecent assault of children under the age of 16 relating to the incident involving the two boys at a Geelong beach.
Witnesses to the November 2012 incident claimed Jaffari started grabbing and rubbing himself against them, cuddling and kissing them on the neck and telling one of the boys that he was “sexy”.
One of the victims said Jaffari followed them to the showers, cornered them and asked if he “wanted company”.
Despite police prosecutors demanding he be sent to jail for the offences, Jaffari was placed on a two-year community corrections order with 300 hours unpaid community work.
He was also listed on a sex offenders’ register.
In February, Jaffari had a child-stealing charge dropped against him in the Geelong Magistrates Court after the magistrate said if he was hearing the matter, he would have reasonable doubt about his guilt, citing “cultural differences” as one mitigating factor.
The case related to the alleged attempt by Jaffari last year to lead a four-year-old girl away from a sports oval while her father and brother played cricket.
Given the problems in cancelling Jaffari’s visa due to a lack of a custodial sentence, the government is instead examining whether it could be cancelled under a provision relating to him representing a danger to the community.
Mr Morrison said the task of cancelling his visa had been made more difficult because Jaffari had not received a custodial sentence and him being on a permanent protection visa rather than a temporary one.
“Granting of a permanent visa reduces the flexibility and opportunity to deal with these types of matters and the government is now considering the case under the character provisions of the Act,” he said.
“I am taking a close look at the character provisions under the Act and whether they afford the government the sort of authorities that are needed to provide the protections to the Australian community that they would rightly expect to exist under their laws.”

www.news.com.au (1-4-2014)
http://www.news.com.au/national/tougher-character-tests-for-asylum-seekers-as-child-sex-fiend-allowed-to-stay/story-fncynjr2-1226870372232


Ali Jaffari story exhibits real public concern

There’s a message for PM Abbott in the public’s response to the Ali Jaffari story. Over the weekend Facebook registered more than 500,000 hits, recorded a ‘reach’ of over 600,000 and 8,500 shares and climbing.
The Pickering Post website crashed, despite having just moved to bigger server.
The avalanche of white-hot hostility toward the decision of Geelong Magistrate, Ron Saines, was unmatched in its genuine rage.
This issue is not about race (sick perverted paedophiles like Jaffari infect every race) it’s about a judiciary which tolerates an alien culture over ours.
Yet the judiciary is required to reflect the values of our culture... and it clearly does not!
The judiciary is a self-regulating body and, as with all systems that are permitted self-regulation, it will eventually become corrupt, undemocratic and fastidiously self-protective.
The appallingly low quality of Australia’s magistracy is a consequence of how they are appointed. They are failed lawyers, otherwise they would still be in lucrative practices.
Law firms don’t sack unwanted lawyers, they simply nominate them for the magistracy and the Attorney General signs off on them.
Even Julia Gillard, who is guilty of the worst of “lawyer” crimes, wasn’t sacked, she was politely asked to quietly leave.
Paedophilia is over-represented in the judiciary, religion and the entertainment industry. Actually it’s more than over-represented, it’s rampant, systemic and cleverly disguised.
Western nations practise the same paedophile sickness as do Islamic nations.
The difference is that Western nations secrete it while Islamic nations wear it as an emblem of their “culture”.
Australia has welcomed and befriended people of varied cultures world-wide. We have always been multicultural, and we are much the richer for it.
There weren’t enough of us in the first fleet to populate or develop a nation. We were reliant on immigration to become one of the world’s major economies within a short 200 years.
The diverse cultures of China, Japan, Greece, Italy and many other European, African and Asian nations have joined our own unique culture to enrich the Aussie lifestyle.
But there is one culture that is alien to Australians who have, until now, welcomed all-comers... and that’s the culture of Islam.
I can already hear the loony Left screeching “racism” and “xenophobia”, but no fellas, it has nothing to do with race, it has everything to do with “culture”, a culture that will not, and has no intention to, assimilate and join in our celebration of multiculturalism.
Islam is an archaic culture embracing paedophilia, beheadings, severing of limbs, rape, incredible cruelty to animals, subjugation of women, sexual abuse of children and an innate, violent hatred of Christianity and democracy.
Everything we stand for, they stand against.
Anyone daring to challenge their beliefs is met with a death sentence in the name of their Allah.
Islam uses Western tolerance to further encroach on and destroy our social structures. That’s its aim, and it’s working, because we are allowing it to work in the name of racial tolerance when there is no connection to “race”... it’s a cultural coup.
Illegal boat arrivals were/are the worst of all adherents of Islam, they stood little chance of being accepted using normal immigration channels (witness the latest ABC doco).
Yet the Rudd/Gillard/Green Government let 30,000 loose in our communities, unprocessed.
Is it any wonder Middle East Crime Units have been deployed?
How many reports of gang rapes, shootings and killings are now appended with the description, “men of Middle Eastern appearance”?
They should also append the non-descriptive term, “men of Islamic conviction”.
They have developed their own bikie gangs and have already established a Sharia banking system right here in Australia that severely financially disadvantages Australians.
We are their resolved enemy and there is an intention to break down our social structure to enable a "caliphate".
They make no secret of this intention, it is preached and foretold from the mushrooming mosques Green councils are encouraging. (Greens too would love to see our capitalist society destroyed.)
Stopping the boats may have turned off the tap but the flood of unwanted Islamic culture Labor/Greens left us with still remains.
For Australia to survive the coming Muslim onslaught that Europe is now suffering, we need changes that defy the false tag of “racism”.
If the evil destructive chain of Islam is not broken now it will in future be impossible to deport indoctrinated generations of Islamic youth. They will be Australian born and bred!
Mosques must be monitored and radical clerics charged under the threat of deportation when they promote violence, hatred or defiance of Australian law.
Muslim immigrants must be made to swear an oath of allegiance to Australia and its laws and culture. The oath must supersede all Islamic and Sharia law. Violation of that oath must carry penal provisions.
The subjugation of women, child sexual abuse (including under-age betrothal) and sexual mutilation under the guise of “culture”, must be made accountable for under current Australian law.
“Culture” must not be allowed as a defence or an excuse for any illegality.
The Burkah must be banned. (That’s a no brainer.)
Islam must be shown we will no longer tolerate its vile excesses. Islam interprets our weakness as the first sign of total acquiescence.
We cannot do a damned thing about the 30,000 unprocessed illegal immigrants of Gillard and Rudd. We’re stuck with them.
If we ever call them in for processing, the ones who fail to respond are the only ones we’ll need to worry about.
There are 60,000 visa overstays here already who we have no way of locating.
Illegal maritime arrivals don’t simply chuck their papers overboard so we won’t know who they are, the lack of papers or ID makes it nigh impossible to deport them.
With 80 per cent of illegal arrivals on welfare weighing heavily on our already burgeoning culture of entitlement, we are slowly becoming insolvent.
Unless the Government takes a stand now, as governments in other battered countries have, the Islamic vote will, in a very few decades, dictate a new repulsive Australian “culture”.
In the meantime, if Abbott has control of the Senate by July, (and he is likely to have) he should look closely at reforming the judiciary to make it accountable to, rather than alien to, genuine public sentiment.

pickeringpost.com (30-3-2014)
http://pickeringpost.com/story/ali-jaffari-story-exhibits-real-public-concern/3025


Cultural Insanity (27-3-2014)

Afghan sex offender set free due to 'cultural differences' (26-3-2014)

Muslim Sex-Offender Who Tried to Kidnap 4-Year-Old Girl Excused for “Cultural Differences” (24-3-2014)


All charges dropped against registered sex offender

Registered sex offender, Ali Jaffari, accused of attempted child-stealing, has had all charges against him dropped after a Magistrate told prosecutors he would have trouble finding Jaffari guilty.
Magistrate Ron Saines said if he was hearing the matter, he would have reasonable doubt, citing ‘cultural differences’ as one factor, which would result in the charges being dismissed.
Jaffari, 35, an Afghan refugee, was convicted in Geelong Magistrates’ Court on August 22, 2013, of indecently assaulting one boy and attempting to indecently assault another.
He was placed on a two-year Community Corrections Order with 300 hours unpaid community work.
Jaffari appealed the sentence but was found guilty a second time in Geelong County Court last week, when Judge Meryl Sexton re-sentenced him to the same Community Corrections Order and ordered he be placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years.
Jaffari appeared in Geelong court again yesterday, this time charged with child stealing, attempted child stealing and unlawful assault.
Police Prosecutor, Sergeant Brooke Shears said that about 6.30pm on January 27, 2013, a four year old girl went to Bakers Oval, Geelong West, with her father and brother to play cricket.
She said that while the child’s father was throwing the ball to his son in the nets, the little girl was playing with her own bat at the net opening.
Sgt Shears said Jaffari was walking around the oval, when he approached the child, removed the bat from her hand and rested it against a bollard.
“He then grabbed the child’s hand and began to lead her away before she looked up, saw it wasn’t her father, started crying and pulled her hand away,” she said.
“The victim’s father turned, saw what was happening and yelled at Jaffari, “What do you think you’re doing?”
“The victim ran crying to her father and he comforted her while Jaffari walked off around the oval.”
The prosecutor said, that when interviewed, Jaffari told police, ‘For us is not an issue.”
Mr Saines said the prosecution case fell short of criminality and cited cultural differences as a possible mitigating factor.
Sgt Shears however insisted the offending had nothing to do with cultural differences at all.
“He took the child by the hand and led her four or five steps away from her father before the child realised and started crying,” Sgt Shears said.
Defence for Jaffari said that, if the matter proceeded to a contested hearing, there would be no need to hear evidence from the child, her father or brother, that statements would suffice and Mr Saines agreed.
The magistrate then stood the matter down, advising the prosecutor that if he was hearing the matter he would have reasonable doubts in relation to a finding of guilty.
Police later withdrew the charges.

www.geelongadvertiser.com.au (25-2-2014)
Karen Matthews
http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/news/crime-court/all-charges-dropped-against-registered-sex-offencer/story-fnjuhoxe-1226838013886


Man on child stealing charges

A Geelong West man has fronted Geelong Magistrates' Court on charges of child stealing, attempted child stealing and unlawful assault.
Ali Jaffari, 35, of Autumn St, appeared in court yesterday for a contest mention of the matters before Magistrate Stephen Myall.
The charges allegedly relate to a four-year-old child.
Matthew Wilson, for Jaffari, said his client would contest the charges and asked that the matter be booked in for hearing.
Mr Wilson said Jaffari had given him instruction that he did not require an interpreter.
Mr Myall suggested the services of an interpreter be engaged and adjourned the matters for further contest mention on November 12.

www.geelongadvertiser.com.au (25-9-2013)
Karen Matthews
http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/article/2013/09/25/373588_news.html


No jail for pool sex offender

Ali Jaffari

A Geelong West man convicted of indecently assaulting two boys at Eastern Beach has been released on a community corrections order.
Ali Jaffari, 35 of Autumn St, had pleaded not guilty to six counts of committing an indecent act on a child under 16 and one count of attempting to commit an indecent act on a child under 16.
The victims, aged 13 and 12, told Geelong Magistrates' Court Jaffari had approached them at Eastern Beach and was "mucking about" with them in the pool last year.
One witness said things changed when he started grabbing at them, cuddling one boy, kissing him on the neck and telling him he was "sexy". He also rubbed himself against a boy.
The victim told the court Jaffari followed them to the showers, where he cornered one boy, asking him if he "wanted company".
He said Jaffari then tried to pull him out of sight of his friend.
The court heard both suffered nightmares after the attack and one mother broke down while giving evidence, telling the court her son's first words to her were, "I was nearly raped".
Magistrate Ann McGarvie found Jaffari guilty on six counts of indecent acts with a child under 16, and one count of attempting to commit an indecent act.
Amanda Hurst, for Jaffari, asked the court to consider a community corrections order, but prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Jacki Davis called for a custodial sentence saying both boys had been forced to give evidence and had been shaken by the experience.
Sen-Constable Davis said Jaffari had shown no remorse.
Handing down sentence yesterday, Ms McGarvie said she accepted the accused came to Australia three years ago as a refugee and spent 15 months in a detention centre before being released into the community.
She said he had been assessed as being a low risk of re-offending.
Jaffari was put on a two-year community corrections order with 300 hours unpaid community work and banned from attending Eastern Beach pool for two years.
He was also placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years.

www.geelongadvertiser.com.au (23-8-2013)
Karen Matthews
http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/article/2013/08/23/371362_news.html


Sex pest followed boys

Ali Jaffari has been found guilty of sexually assaulting two boys at Eastern Beach pool then following them into the change rooms to continue the attack.
Magistrate Ann McGarvie yesterday found Jaffari guilty of six counts of indecent acts with a child under 16 and one count of attempt to commit an indecent act. She dismissed the charge of stalking, finding Jaffari hadn't attended the pool with the sole purpose of offending.
Ms McGarvie said the boys - then 13 and 12 years old - gave strong evidence and consistent descriptions of Jaffari and the offences, despite small inconsistencies.
She said Jaffari never disputed being at the pool or playing with the boys, only that he committed the offences against them.
Amanda Hurst, for Jaffari, said her client, an Afghan immigrant, had arrived in Australia by boat and spent 15 months in detention and had little or no support networks.
He was living in emergency housing after his Geelong West accommodation "broke down" because of the charges, she said.
"In his community he will be particularly reviled (because of the finding)," Ms Jaffari said, adding he had allegedly suffered an "unprovoked attack" as a result of the charges.
She said that by coming to Australia for his own safety he had lost all of the things that made life worth living. "He instructs he's a very lonely man."
Ms Hurst asked for a Community Corrections Order and education to rehabilitate Jaffari, increase his education and have his "social network improved".
Police prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Jacki Davis said no discount should be given to Jaffari after the two boys and the 13-year-old's parents had been put through the full court process and were notably shaken.
"He shows no remorse," she said.
"In my submission a CCO is not appropriate unless it's in combination with a custodial sentence."
Ms McGarvie adjourned the matter for sentence and a CCO assessment.

www.geelongadvertiser.com.au (21-8-2013)
Anthea Cannon
http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/article/2013/08/21/371185_news.html


Pool sex abuse claim

The mother of a Geelong boy who was allegedly sexually assaulted at Eastern Beach pool has broken down in court describing how he raced to her for safety.
Geelong West man Ali Jaffari yesterday pleaded not guilty to eight charges - six of an indecent act with a child under 16 and one count each of attempting to commit an indecent act with a child under 16 and stalking - over the November 30, 2012 incident.
Both victims, then 13 and 12, gave evidence that they suffered nightmares and shock after Mr Jaffari allegedly hugged both boys and kissed and rubbed up against the 13-year-old.
The court heard the two boys had seen Mr Jaffari at the pool before and had mucked around with him, having swimming races and breath-holding competitions.
"This Friday he went too far," the 13-year-old said in his police interview.
"He started cuddling me and saying I was sexy. We swam off, then he kissed me on the neck."
The 13-year-old told the court Mr Jaffari followed them around the pool and grabbed at them, before they went to the showers, where Mr Jaffari followed and cornered him in a cubicle asking "do you want company?".
The boy moved cubicles and said Mr Jaffari followed again, trying to pull him out of the sight of his 12-year-old friend.
Asked by Amanda Hurst, for Mr Jaffari, why he didn't scream out for help, the boy said he wanted to get home to tell his mum.
"He was friendly and then started chasing us and like, cuddling us. It started getting worse and worse," the 12-year-old said in his interview, which was played to the court.
"He (Mr Jaffari) grabbed me really tight. I was trying to wiggle myself out, but he was too strong.
"He (the 13-year-old) was really scared and I couldn't do anything. (The boy) was shaking putting on his shoes (as we hurried out of the showers)."
Ms Hurst questioned the boys on differences in their evidence, including how many other people were around at the time and whether the "group hug" was from the back or front.
The 13-year-old's mum cried before telling the court her son's first words to her were: " I was nearly raped".
"You could just tell by his face that something was wrong," she said.
"They were panicking."
Informant Detective Senior Constable Michelle Robson said Mr Jaffari had been arrested about 10 days after the incident when the 13-year-old boy sighted him at Eastern Beach again.
The hearing before Magistrate Ann McGarvie continues today.

www.geelongadvertiser.com.au (20-8-2013)
Anthea Cannon
http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/article/2013/08/20/371083_news.html


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