For a person whose innocence is stolen as a child and whose life has been irrevocably damaged, what constitutes justice?
Last month, Malcolm Fox was convicted of four counts of unlawful sexual intercourse. These crimes were perpetrated by him – a drama teacher - against a student who trusted and admired him. Today, a four-year sentence with a two year non-parole period was handed down. Fox is to appeal this decision.
The victim’s sentence is life. But for the perpetrator, it’s four years.
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