Castlemaine Viigil: Attempted Suicide at MITA

Hello Castlemainians.

This info was gratefully received from RISE facebook posted 14th October 2013.

Attempted Suicide in MITA by refugee detained indefinitely due to adverse ASIO assessment

M47 the adverse ASIO refugee who is still detained in Australia’s immigration detention centre for at least 4 years despite the finding by the Australian high court that the minister cannot deny him a protection visa based on his adverse ASIO assessment (http://tinyurl.com/n7hue63) has been found hanging in Melbourne immigration transit accommodation after an attempted suicide.

Castlemainians, should you wish to write him a letter or card you can drop it off at the Vigil and I will get it to him …

Ourrrgh – heartbreaking.  What torture – 4 years in detention and still indefinite. ************ to all those immigration ministers.  And all my love, tenderness and  – oh I am so sorry this is happening to you – and once again I do not know your name – only a number enforced on you.  I am sending gallons of love to the moon – may you feel some warmth, some love. – Janet

Following are some tweets copied from RISE  and posted 3am 15/10/2013 – latest tweets are at the top of this post and the earliest at the bottom… hope you can read it….

RISE@riserefugee                2h

Many more refugees given ASIO negative during @KRuddMP @JuliaGillard government than during Howard government #auspol #humanrights                  4h 

.@ScottMorrisonMP has the power to release refugee M47 detained for over 4 years    

Rise    ‏@riserefugee                4h 

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