Iraqi & # 39; Refugee Monster & # 39; that a three-year-old mother raped just two months after he was conditionally released after another horror sex attack, is finally deported
- Akeel Hassan Abbas Al Baiiaty was deported back to Iraq on Tuesday
- Al Baiiaty raped 20-year-old mother Megs McLean in Wellington in 2004
- He was released on probation for two months after raping two other women
An Iraqi refugee who raped a three-year-old mother just two months after being released on probation was finally deported.
Akeel Hassan Abbas Al Baiiaty raped 20-year-old Megs McLean in a hostel in Wellington, New Zealand, in 2004.
When he committed the heinous attack, Al Baiiaty was conditionally released for rape by two other women in 1997.
The refugee was deported back to Iraq on Tuesday and is forbidden to set foot again in Australia or New Zealand.
Akeel Hassan Abbas Al Baiiaty raped 20-year-old Megs McLean in a hostel in Wellington, New Zealand in 2004 (file image)
& # 39; This culprit is a monster that will never set foot on Australian soil, & # 39; said Senator Sarah Henderson, The Geelong advertiser reported.
The conditional board noted that the Al Baiiaty & # 39; no longer a risk & # 39; and had completed all necessary rehabilitation.
Upon his return to Iraq, Al Baiiaty will get a job and be reunited with his fiancé.
Ms. McLean, who suffers from a post-traumatic stress disorder after the horror attack, said the New Zealand authorities have abandoned her.
She claimed that after her return to Australia she had received no support whatsoever.
& # 39; It feels like nothing will be done for me now. It always feels like he's the one they supported, not me, & she said.
The mother said that while her attacker had been locked up for the last 15 years, he was trained.
Mrs. McLean also said she was being ignored by the authorities when she asked about the security of the deportation of Al Baiiaty and the possibility that he would return to Australia to visit his brother.
Mrs. Henderson said the Accident Compensation Corporation in New Zealand McLean & # 39; justice & # 39; had to bring.
& # 39; I first raised her case in parliament more than three years ago. I am shocked that the Accident Compensation Corporation in New Zealand has still not determined its case. The endless delays and stonewalling are completely unacceptable, & she said.
The refugee had only been released on probation for two months after being imprisoned for raping two other women (file image)
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