DO publicly vilify a man your policies have driven to suicide; DON’T inform his family of his death

A man fled genocide. So he was imprisoned. His medical condition tortured him for years  in detention. But his health was ignored as ruthlessly as his human rights. So, tragically, he ended his living hell. Two days ago, this website posted about the following exchange in Australia's parliament … Which was then updated to add … …

You decide what’s “appalling” …

UPDATED to add:  Police on Manus Island have referred to the death as a "very unfortunate" apparent suicide. Are Australia's policies and practices people in relation to refugees right and just? "I think not." If you think it's "appalling" for the Australian government to discard persecuted people's lives as if they mean nothing at all, …

Manus Centre Closes Tomorrow – Detainees are AUSTRALIA’s responsibility says PNG government

With the Manus Island Detention Centre officially closing tomorrow (31 Oct), a crisis is imminent. HUNDREDS of people (more than 600 of whom have already been formally recognised as having refugee status) who wanted to reach Australia to make lives for themselves in peace-loving communities are set to face abandonment on an island where they are …