Do these developments change your opinions about Baby Asha?

There have been worrying new developments in the baby Asha case. For some people, these latest suggestions change everything about Australia’s asylum
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There have been worrying new developments in the baby Asha case. For some people, these latest suggestions change everything about Australia’s asylum seeker debate.

According to media reports, baby Asha’s mother “was interviewed by police after a guard claimed she admitted the girl was purposely burnt to get to Australia”.

However, the mother denied any wrongdoing when she was interviewed by Queensland Police at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital last Friday.

Although their investigation has now been finalised, Queensland Police will pass their findings onto officials at the Nauru Regional Processing Centre.

Baby Asha has since been released into community detention, following a long hospital stint. However, many Australians have been left wondering how far asylum seekers are willing to go, just to enter our country.

One Facebook user argued, “Of course (the mother) burnt (Asha). Anything to get into the country, the child is just a tool in the parents’ eyes”.

Whilst another person added online, “I don’t understand this. If the child was injured in a accident, then why is the child being kept from her mother?”

Are you troubled by these latest developments? Do asylum seekers seem desperate to enter Australia, or should they go through proper processes?

  1. Ching Burke  

    It’s just but fair that all asylum seekers go through the legal and proper process when seeking admission to Australia and to other countries for that matter and not resort to all kinds of inhumane means.

  2. Bruce Taylor  

    As there is no suggestion from police that the mother has done anything wrong and knowing just how far a mother will go to protect her child I feel this is just another piece of rubbish for the anti immigration lobby to grasp on to/

  3. DorothyPotts  

    What proper processes? The conditions on Nauru are bad enough,no child should be there,and who is to say that the guard is being truthful?
    Any thing to retain the job………and any excuse to move the child back!

  4. DorothyPotts  

    What proper processes? The conditions on Nauru are bad enough,no child should be there,and who is to say that the guard is being truthful?
    Any thing to retain the job………and any excuse to move the child back!

    • keith rosser  

      How do you know what it is like on Nauru you only see what the dogooders want you to see so they can flood our COUNTRY with illegals and this family are not refuges they are from a free country not at war

  5. Rikda  

    I think some of these people have been tutored on Australia’s traditional “Bodgie compo”, “Mediterranean back syndrome” & “Things that go bump in the night needing a neck brace syndrome”

  6. Joy Anne Bourke  

    They should all be deported, as the only reason they are desperate to get to Australia is for the handouts and the Government money they get. They get more than pensioners, and low income earners. We pensioners worked hard for our pension and the Government wants to give it away to all the asylum seekers and overseas aid, and their huge pensions.

  7. Joy Anne Bourke  

    If they want to live in Australia, the Government should give them land in the middle of nowhere and let them build their own cities and towns. Make them work regardless. There will be many more cases like this to come.

  8. Deanna  

    If she isn’t sent back this will open the door for more of these cases.

  9. Catherine Brown  

    How can we believe anything the government says about asylum seekers. Remember what they said about the aid workers and the child abuse. They can’t be trusted with the truth.

  10. It’s the children overboard all over again. Who could believe that a parent would do this?

    • keith rosser  

      DONT YOU READ THE PAPERS OR WATCH THE NEWS ABOUT PARENTS IN AUSTRALIA ABUSSING THEIR CHILDREN

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