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Australia Victim fights for rapist and killer Jamie Curtis to be declared a dangerous criminal

08:10  28 september  2019
08:10  28 september  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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The only surviving victim of Tasmanian rapist and killer Jamie John Curtis is continuing to call for him to be declared a dangerous criminal so he can never apply for parole.

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Under Tasmanian law, Curtis's surviving victim cannot be identified and can only be known as Alicia. She says every time he can apply for parole, it dredges up the past.

Alicia said she was relieved Curtis would stay locked up for now, but dreaded having to relive the attack if Curtis applies for parole again in six months.

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"All I want, bottom line, is a normal life, and while this situation is continuing my life will never be normal," she said.

"What I'd like to see happen is the law pushed through quite quickly to enable him to be put on the dangerous offenders list, never to be released from prison.

"Nobody will have any peace unless he's labelled a dangerous criminal."

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He was granted parole in June 2018 but was returned to prison within weeks for breaching the parole conditions.

While Curtis was free, Alicia was so distressed she had to take leave from her job.

"I didn't leave the house very much, I just lived in fear," she said.

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"I just knew he would do something, and low and behold he did."

Alicia supported granting parole to prisoners in cases where they showed signs they could be rehabilitated, but said Curtis is a special case.

"If he breached his parole last time within that short time, he'll do it again," she said.

"He's an absolute monster. On that day ... he enjoyed what he was doing, he taunted us, he's very sadistic."

"I think he'll continue to be a threat to the community for the rest of his life."

Voice for victims to parole board

Before Curtis' latest bid for freedom, Alicia asked the parole board if she could tell them in person about how Curtis' actions had affected her life.

They instead asked her to write them a letter.

"I just don't believe that you can put the true emotion of what happened on that day onto an A4 piece of paper," she said.

"I know this person better than anybody: I spent 12 hours with him and I saw him at his absolute worst.

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"I want to be able to talk to the parole board and tell them what I saw on that day: pure evil.

"You can't write that in a letter."

Alicia has joined calls from victims of crime to allow them a voice on Tasmania's parole board.

She feels it's unfair that prisoners are allowed to address the parole board in person but their victims are not.

"I don't think I was asking a lot when I asked for exactly the same right as Jamie Curtis, and that was for them to look me in the eye and hear how it had impacted on my life."

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