Man who called for doctors to be executed has been deported


AMERICAN anti-abortionist Troy Newman failed in a High Court bid yesterday to stop his deportation, following the cancellation of his visa by the Federal Government.

Mr Newman, who arrived in Australia on a flight from Los Angeles without a visa, spent Thursday night detained at Melbourne Airport.

The co-author of a book that questioned why doctors who aborted babies were not executed, he had been booked to speak at Right to Life functions around the country.

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