‘Not good enough’: Sky News host on Australia’s handling of people smugglers

‘Not good enough’: Sky News host on Australia’s handling of people smugglers

Sky News host Chris Kenny says people smugglers “apprehended” by Australian authorities are “sometimes handed back to Indonesia".

“They don’t face charges in Australia, and they don’t face prosecution in Indonesia either,” Mr Kenny said.

“This is obviously not good enough.

“Good on James Paterson for saying we should be able to do something about this – we should be able to charge them in our country if they’re not going to be prosecuted in their own country.”

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