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Judith Collins to crims locked up too long: "remote" chance of compensation

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 22 September 2016 ()
Judith Collins to crims locked up too long: "remote" chance of compensationCorrections Minister Judith Collins has strongly indicated the Government will change the law after a ruling that some criminals have been locked up too long - and said the chances of compensation are "remote"."I think if I was...
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