Hard-line measures used to 'trip-up' refugees

From Nine To Noon, 9:35 am on 24 June 2015

Sydney Barrister, Shane Prince is a commercial lawyer who's just won a humanitarian award for his pro bono work for asylum seekers. He says a recent case involving a Chinese asylum-seeker 'tripped up' by a Refugee Review Tribunal quiz to determine whether she was a genuine Christian is the tip of the iceberg. She was asked unusually tough questions like 'which plague fell upon Egypt from the sky, who was Moses's sister, how often does Jesus say we must forgive someone?'.