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Iconic Outback murderer Bradley John Murdoch is pipped to replace embattled senator Malcolm Roberts in the Senate if he is found to be ineligible because of his British dual citizenship.
This comes after revelations that bankruptcy proceedings have been filed against the third person on One Nation’s Queensland Senate ticket, Fraser Anning, potentially ruling him constitutionally ineligible too.
While Murdoch is currently serving life imprisonment in Darwin Correctional Centre for the murder of English backpacker Peter Falconio in Australia, he would still be more eligible for the Australian senate than most One Nation candidates.
“He’s a proud, blue collar Australian, who shares the same values as One Nation” said Pauline Hanson.
“He’s spent a lot of his time driving trucks through Queensland and he has proven himself as someone who hates foreigners as much as we do, maybe more even”
This isn’t the first time Pauline Hanson has toyed with enlisting the help of a convicted murderer to help make up the numbers for One Nation – earlier this year, serial killer Ivan Milat was chosen as a potential candidate for the role of state leader – However, he was proven ineligible due to his messy citizenship status as the son of a Yugoslavian migrant.