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Former Detainee Jailed For Sex With Boy, 13

A former Woomera detainee who had sex with a, 13-year-old boy at the Adelaide Aquatic Centre has been sentenced to 34 months' jail and risks being sent back to Afghanistan.
Hussain Haidari, a father of four, met the teenager while they were both swimming on February 2 last year.
After a brief conversation they had sex in the toilets and met again the next day for the same purpose.
In his sentencing remarks yesterday, District Court Judge Barry Kitchen said Haidari's temporary visa would likely be revoked if he was sentenced to more than 12 months' jail.
The court was told Haidari fled to Australia when the Taliban gained control of his village.
He made his way here after fleeing a Kabul prison and travelling to Pakistan.
From there, Haidari and his sons travelled to Indonesia and paid people-smugglers to be taken to Australia by boat.
However, the vessel was intercepted and Haidari and his sons were taken to the Woomera Detention Centre.
They were eventually released on a temporary protection visa shortly before the offences.
Judge Kitchen said the offences were committed when Haidari was depressed, Isolated and lonely.
He pleaded guilty last month to four counts of unlawful sexual intercourse.
Judge Kitchen said Haidari's limited English was not an excuse for the offending that be knew was immoral. "(The victim) states that what occurred between you has made life hard for him, it has affected both him and his family, and he wishes it had never happened," Judge Kitchen said.
"That he was a willing participant is of little relevance.
"Children are to be protected against the consequences of their immaturity in such matters."
Judge Kitchen set a lower than usual non-paroie period . of 10 months after considering Haidari's tragic background.

Adelaide Advertiser
Simonne Reid

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