Sydney Siege Shows Why Criminal Activity Should Result In Deportation

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Sydney Siege Shows Why Criminal Activity Should Result In Deportation

By now the world already knows what happened in Sydney, Australia. Man Haron Monis, a political asylum grantee from Iran, took numerous customers and employees hostage at the Lindt cafe. When the police raided the cafe to end the siege, two hostages were killed along with Monis.

The attack shocked Australia and the world as the “Land Down Under” has suffered from few major gun incidents since the country cracked down on gun ownership following the 1996 Port Arthur gun attacks. Yet a quick examination of Monis’s life shows that all of the warning signs were there.

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