Rebecca Massey’s government house finally returning to use

johnboy 7 June 2013 22

The Canberra Times has the pleasing news that the murderous Rebecca Massey is to be evicted from her Ngunnawal guvvie after appealing from prison that such action was in breach of her human rights:

Convicted killer Rebecca Anne Massey has been evicted from her northside public housing home, despite arguing the expulsion was a breach of her human rights.

A tribunal terminated the tenancy agreement and gave Massey until last Monday to vacate the premises.

Massey is serving a 16-year jail term, with a non-parole period of 10 years, for the murder of Elizabeth Booshand in July 2008.


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Pork Hunt Pork Hunt 9:44 pm 09 Jun 13

astrojax said :

Mr Evil said :

Tool said :

I think she is sexy in a Schapelle Corby kind of way.

My god, you sound more desperate than I am!!! 🙂

i’m just thankful it wasn’t ‘in a pauline hanson kind of way’…

Oi, Pauline Hanson is hot…

bundah bundah 6:14 pm 09 Jun 13

banco said :

Only a 16 year sentence? They should have thrown away the key.

Unless she stabs someone else in there she’ll be out in 10..

banco banco 12:40 pm 09 Jun 13

Only a 16 year sentence? They should have thrown away the key.

pptvb pptvb 8:32 pm 08 Jun 13

Rollersk8r said :

Shows she’s good at using the system, I guess. And shameless.

This is quite complicated – you would think there’d be a standard procedure for swiftly moving people on if they’re convicted of such a crime, regardless of their human rights and all. I’m no lawyer but I’m guessing best case scenario (for her) is still several years in jail – so just how long is a house supposed to sit there???

And we’re all paying for these appeals!
🙁

astrojax astrojax 8:12 pm 08 Jun 13

Mr Evil said :

Tool said :

I think she is sexy in a Schapelle Corby kind of way.

My god, you sound more desperate than I am!!! 🙂

i’m just thankful it wasn’t ‘in a pauline hanson kind of way’…

Mr Evil Mr Evil 3:06 pm 08 Jun 13

Tool said :

I think she is sexy in a Schapelle Corby kind of way.

My god, you sound more desperate than I am!!! 🙂

gooterz gooterz 11:14 am 08 Jun 13

Convicted murdered arguing over not being given human rights? #onlyincanberra

Tooks Tooks 10:00 am 08 Jun 13

klevaklown said :

Wasn’t convicted by a jury or her peers… Why does the justice system take so long when she has already been found guilty?

Sanity beckons. Surely the judiciary system needs to take some accountability.

Ummm…huh?

Tool Tool 11:30 pm 07 Jun 13

I think she is sexy in a Schapelle Corby kind of way.

klevaklown klevaklown 8:43 pm 07 Jun 13

Wasn’t convicted by a jury or her peers… Why does the justice system take so long when she has already been found guilty?

Sanity beckons. Surely the judiciary system needs to take some accountability.

bundah bundah 5:33 pm 07 Jun 13

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Well I hope she enjoys her lovely flat in gowrie court or Stuart flats when she eventually gets out lol

Over the decades i’ve had the displeasure of encountering the quality humans from those and numerous other high density gummint mistakes including the ones in Red Hill and no question she’ll fit in very nicely and be top dog in no time..

carnardly carnardly 5:29 pm 07 Jun 13

what about Elizabeth Booshland’s human rights? Oh that’s right – you killed her…..

Diggety Diggety 5:14 pm 07 Jun 13

Massey should stop giving capital punishment advocates an argument.

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 4:55 pm 07 Jun 13

Well I hope she enjoys her lovely flat in gowrie court or Stuart flats when she eventually gets out lol

BimboGeek BimboGeek 4:40 pm 07 Jun 13

We have people unable to get emergency housing and how many government houses or flats are empty while the person they were allocated to is in prison? Can’t they just be allocated new housing when they get out?

astrojax astrojax 4:38 pm 07 Jun 13

..and, um, whooooo would put up their hand to be the next tenants?

will they get free home and contents insurance from the government for their bravery? no telling what the delightful prior tenant might try to have enacted at that address, taking her frustrations and angst out on the wrong victim. bags not me…

Rollersk8r Rollersk8r 3:44 pm 07 Jun 13

Shows she’s good at using the system, I guess. And shameless.

This is quite complicated – you would think there’d be a standard procedure for swiftly moving people on if they’re convicted of such a crime, regardless of their human rights and all. I’m no lawyer but I’m guessing best case scenario (for her) is still several years in jail – so just how long is a house supposed to sit there???

Thumper Thumper 3:36 pm 07 Jun 13

a breach of her human rights

F*** me. The world really has gone mad…

Martlark Martlark 3:18 pm 07 Jun 13

What fast action! It only took about 15 years to evict David Eastman.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-07-15/20110715-act-eastman-flat/2796114

Dilandach Dilandach 3:11 pm 07 Jun 13

She should have probably got Eastman for her representative. He knows how to get things done.

Speaking of, I never really did get an answer in the other thread. Does Eastman still have his flat? Is it sitting as some kind of time capsule until he returns from his life sentence?

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