The Sun. Chloe's uncle, Peter Chalker, told 7News: "It's got to be wrong. I mean, five schools, daycares in such close proximity."To me, as her uncle, I feel that it's just a slap in the face to her.
They're not caring about the victims."Parents have rallied to push through a change in the law that would disclose the location and likelihood of re-offending of someone who escaped a criminal conviction based on a mental illness verdict.The state government responded by stating that Kosowicz could be moved to a more secure location where his movements can be closely monitored.One mother told 7News: "It's scary, that's the first thing that came into my mind."Want all the latest shocking news and views from all over the world straight into your.Read more on dailystar.co.uk