Recently, the Australian Government rounded up ex criminals from New Zealand (NO other country) and sent them home.
When I say ‘ex’, I mean people who committed crimes, went to Court and served their sentence.
Now, in any civilised country, when the sentence is complete, the slate is clean (although remembered for a period of time).
Not in Australia it seems.
Imagine going outside to collect your car and finding a note “We took it because you once had a parking ticket. Yes, we know you paid it, but you are still a criminal so we took your car.”
The other side of the action is that this only happened to New Zealanders, not Afghanis, not Frenchmen. Apartheid anyone?