A victim of the violent crime spree of leftist Legal Aid lawyer and former elite private school girl Julia Dehm has been sacked from her Police job because of the permanent injuries inflicted by Dehm.
The Herald Sun reports that Senior Constable Kim Dixon was told her employment would be terminated on March 31.
Dixon was attacked by Dehm and other rioters at a meeting of finance ministers of the G20 in 2006. Dehm and comrades have since been found guilty of throwing a water-filled barricade at the Senior Constable that injured her elbow and shoulder.
The injuries – torn tendons – are permanent and make it impossible for her to hold a pistol, apply handcuffs or even use a computer keyboard.
By contrast, Dehm received a cushy job at the Victorian Government’s Legal Aid and a very light suspended jail sentence. She even had the temerity to ask the court to not record a conviction for her vicious assault. The judge drew the line there, making her a convicted criminal while sparing her time in jail with other violent offenders.
Despite her crime spree, it is understood Dehm continues work in the law, on the payroll of the Victorian government.