Melbourne was shaken after news broke one-punch-killer Dylan Closter, who took the life of David Cassai in 2012, was being let out of jail to participate in his local football team.
Closter was sentenced to nine years and three months imprisonment with a minimum of six.
Cassai’s mother Caterina Politi discovered the news about Closter through the media and told of her distress on Fox FM’s Fifi, Fev & Byron show on Tuesday morning.
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