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‘Deported’ paedophile walks free in Albany

A German-born child molester who was to have been deported 12 years ago is walking free in Albany because authorities have given up hope of sending him back to his native country.
This week, The West Australian found Kaschimier Cisinski, 57, living on a secluded property on the outskirts of the coastal city. His house backs on to the local pony club.
In 1992, he was convicted of five counts of aggravated sexual assault, two counts of sexual assault and one of rape — all involving a young WA girl. He served about five years of an 11˝- year sentence and was taken into immigration detention pending his deportation. Five years later, a Federal Court judge ordered his release from immigration detention while the Federal Government tried to convince three other countries to take him.
Then-immigration minister Amanda Vanstone appealed against the ruling and it was overturned in late 2004, allowing Mr Cisinski to be put back into detention.
While the Department of Immigration this week refused to say what had happened to Mr Cisinski, his lawyer Henry Christie said Ms Vanstone had later decided that Mr Cisinski should not be held while the Federal Government arranged for his deportation.
He was allowed to live in the community on the permanent residency visa he was granted in 1989.
Mr Cisinski, who now collects a disability pension and this month declared bankruptcy because of a $55,000 legal bill, refused to talk about his visa.
"What has this to do with you anyway," he said. "That's bloody eight years ago. This is none of your business. You can talk to my lawyer about it if you want."
The mother of Mr Cisinski's victim said yesterday he should be held in detention forever. Her daughter was still terrified of him and often asked her to track him down to ensure he wasn't living nearby, she said.
"She has only got to get someone call her and say it's a wrong number and she goes to pieces," the mother said.
"She's 34 going on 18. He completely and utterly demoralised her and as far as I'm concerned he should be stuck at the detention centre."
Mr Christie said Mr Cisinski posed no danger to the community and had lived in Albany without incident since his release from detention.
After his release from jail on parole, Germany refused to take him because his father was Polish. Poland, too, refused to take him and Israel, where he had a family link, told the Government he was not welcome there.
A Department of Immigration spokesman would only say that "a decision" had been made on Mr Cisinski's case, but refused to give any detail because of privacy restrictions.

au.news.yahoo.com (3-5-2009)

ABC Online - Immigration Dept appeals against man's release

The Immigration Department is appealing against a Federal Court decision to release a man from Elleker, in southern Western Australia, from detention while he was awaiting deportation.
The department wants to deport Kaschimier Cisinski, 52, to Germany or Poland after he spent eight years in jail following his conviction for child sex offences in 1992.
While he was granted permanent residency in Australia in 1987 - Cisinski is considered "stateless" and has been refused entry by both European countries.
The Australian Government held him in detention for two-and-a-half years while it tried unsuccessfully to negotiate the deportation.
In 2002, a Federal Court judge ordered Cisinski be freed and he moved to Elleker, near Albany.
The Federal Court has reserved its decision on the appeal and the outcome is expected to have a bearing on Cisinski's claim for damages for unlawful imprisonment.

www.abc.net.au (5-11-2004)

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