A nurse and father-of-five convicted of a terrorist-linked offence has been produced from jail early beneath an ‘outrageous’ Victorian government plan that grants leniency to prisoners who served time throughout the coronavirus.
Adam Brookman, 45, from Melbourne had already served 2,161 days in custody following remaining arrested for supporting Chechen fighters in the Middle East.
Brookman experienced plead guilty to one charge of international incursion.
Justice Jane Dixon sentenced him to six years and 8 months with a non-parole period set for 5 several years in Victoria’s Supreme Court docket on Wednesday.
Brookman was not due to be introduced until March 2022.
Father of 5 Adam Brookman (pictured with his kids) has sparked outrage just after remaining granted launch because of time invested in jail during Covid-19