Asylum seeker settles handcuff case against Serco, govt

By Farid Farid
Updated November 15 2023 - 12:55pm, first published 12:50pm
An asylum seeker has settled a case over being taken to medical appointments in handcuffs. (David Gray/AAP PHOTOS)
An asylum seeker has settled a case over being taken to medical appointments in handcuffs. (David Gray/AAP PHOTOS)

An asylum seeker who was forced to wear handcuffs to medical appointments while being held in Australian immigration detention has settled a claim against the federal government and security firm Serco.

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