Tue, 18 Sep 2012 2:04p.m.
The Government has introduced legislation that could see serious sexual and violent offenders re-imprisoned if they are deemed to have a high chance of reoffending.
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22/11/2012 10:07:57 a.m.
concerned citizen wrote:
my previous comment was about Rima Matea Devlin
22/11/2012 10:05:30 a.m.
And again this predator attacks, breaking into peoples cars on the streets of Invercargill which is in the court system as this is being posted. The sad thing is that although Mrs Wards family live to remember the Invercargill public seem to have but forgotten. I hope this man receives a hefty sentence as he states burglary was the motive which then lead to the vicious rape of an elderly woman and again he is out invading peoples private space. This man is dangerous and still has no remorse even claiming he has no recollection of the rape. And still after 19years has had no rehabilitation what does that say.... Lets hope the justice system steps up to the play and puts him back where he belongs.
20/09/2012 6:07:44 p.m.
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