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UK News Australia deports British murderer who decapitated teen

12:16  18 june  2020
12:16  18 june  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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The Brit expat told mates that after the teen had been decapitated , Roughan stuck his "Non-citizens who commit crimes have no right to remain in Australia , and will be removed from the country as soon as possible." The convicted murderer was released on parole earlier this monthCredit: News Limited.

Sadistic killer who decapitated his teen victim with an axe and used his head as a bowling ball and a PUPPET - before plotting to sell his Jones was put on to a private jet on Monday by the Australian Border Force as security contractors took him to London. Video shows the killer removing a black cap

A British man jailed for the gruesome murder of a homeless teenager in Australia has been deported back to the UK.

a man wearing a hat: Christopher Clark Jones was deported back to the UK. Pic: Australian Border Force © Other Christopher Clark Jones was deported back to the UK. Pic: Australian Border Force

Christopher Clark Jones, 36, was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2007 for the murder of 17-year-old Morgan Shepherd in a trial that shocked Australia.

The teenager was attacked by Jones and a mutual friend, James Roughan, and stabbed 133 times before being decapitated, a court heard.

His body was found in a shallow grave in bushland north of Brisbane in April 2005.

Jones was deported back to Britain this week on a private jet chartered by the Australia Border Force (ABF) after being released on parole earlier this month.

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A British man in Australia who decapitated a teenager with an axe and used his head as a bowling ball and a puppet has been released early (15 years into a life sentence) and deported back to the UK this week. Featured Image VIA.

A British man involved in the brutal murder of a homeless teenager , whose head was decapitated and used as a bowling ball and a hand puppet, has been deported from Australia . Sadistic killer of Brisbane teen , whose head was cut off and used as bowling ball, deported .

a group of people standing in a room: Jones was convicted in 2007 of the murder of an Australian teenager. Pic: Australian Border Force © Other Jones was convicted in 2007 of the murder of an Australian teenager. Pic: Australian Border Force

He would have been on parole for life if he had remained in Australia, which would have involved regular surveillance from police.

Now that he has been deported, he will only be placed on an offenders register in the UK, according to Australia media reports.

Jones never applied for Australia citizenship and his visa was cancelled before his parole by Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, on character grounds.

"This particularly abhorrent case is one that shocked the Queensland community when it occurred," ABF acting commander for enforcement command Dean Church said in a statement.

"Non-citizens who commit crimes have no right to remain in Australia."

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He added: "The Australian government is responsible for protecting the community from the risk of harm arising from foreign nationals who choose to engage in criminal activity, and as such Mr Jones' visa was cancelled under (section) 501 of the Migration Act."

Mr Dutton told Australia's Channel Nine the killing was "one of the most vicious murders Queensland has ever seen".

"As a UK citizen, he didn't deserve to stay in our country," Mr Dutton said.

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