Headline of the day…
Monster who murdered his newborn daughter and sued because he wasn’t given halal food behind bars now demands $20,000 compensation – because he didn’t have a TOASTER in jail
- Baby killer seeking payout from Queensland Department of Corrective Services
- Raymond Ali claims he was denied access to his own toaster while in prison
- Claimed he was fed non-Halal food including pork meals during a stint in hospital
- Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal gave him more time to respond
- He received a life sentenced but was released on parole and deported in 2017
A baby killer who spent almost two decades behind bars for the shocking murder of his newborn daughter is seeking compensation because he was denied access to his own toaster while in prison.
Raymond Ali is demanding a $20,000 payout from the Queensland Department of Corrective Services because he had no choice but to miss meals or use a communal grill which was used by other Woodford Correctional Centre inmates to cook ham.
The former Halal butcher’s complaint to the Anti-Discrimination Commission of direct and indirect discrimination was referred to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT).
The Department of Corrective Services sought to strike out Ali’s latest complaint after he failed to comply with orders requiring him to provide further details in a way which it claimed ‘unnecessarily disadvantaged the State of Queensland’.