Government accepted two men who could not be tried in the US, at the same time as protesting medevac bill would leave Australia powerless to prevent ‘murderers’ arriving from offshore detention

The Australian government has reportedly resettled as humanitarian migrants two Rwandan men who had been charged with murder, on request from the US government.

Under the secret deal, reported by US outlet Politico on Thursday, Australia accepted Leonidas Bimenyimana and Gregoire Nyaminani, essentially as refugees, in November. It’s understood they were resettled into the Australian community.

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