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Robert John Fardon, one of Queensland’s most notorious rapists, is free to live in the community after the state government lost a last-ditch appeal to keep him classified as a dangerous prisoner. Fardon’s supervision order was due to expire in October, however the court managed to briefly\r\nSerial sex offender Robert John Fardon has been spotted at a shopping centre north of Brisbane, mostly unbeknownst to shoppers. The convicted rapist and sex offender was released from prison in 2013 and is now free to move about the community after a supervision order dictating his living arrangements and curfews was lifted earlier this month.\r\nFardon was due for release on 9 November 2006, but the Queensland Government immediately appealed the decision. The appeal was heard by the Court of Appeal on 10 November 2006 and Fardon remained imprisoned while the court's decision is reserved. Upon his release, Fardon breached the terms of his supervision order and was arrested in July 2007.\r\nHistory of sex offender Robert Fardon. September 27, 2013 — 4.22pm. Normal text size Larger text size Very large text size. 1967 - First convicted, age 18, for attempted unlawful carnal knowledge of a girl aged under 10. Released on a good behaviour bond.\r\nSerial sex offender Robert John Fardon was released from prison in 2013 and has been moving about the community under strict conditions for years, so what do the new conditions mean? "At this stage we don't have any triggers available to us, so we won't be making any application," he said.\r\nOne of Queensland's most notorious rapists, Robert John Fardon, will be a free man in October after the State Government lost a court bid to keep him under supervision. Fardon raped victims over 20-year period Court rules he will no longer be monitored having served sentence Victim devastated about\r\nSERIAL RAPIST ROBERT FARDON'S LIFE OF CRIME. He was first convicted in 1967, then aged 18, for sexual abuses offences against a 10-year-old girl, and in 2003 became the first person to be jailed in Queensland indefinitely under new laws targeting repeat sex offenders.\r\nView Robert Fardon’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Robert has 5 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Robert’s connections and jobs at similar companies.\r\nSERIAL sex offender Robert John Fardon would brag about what he intended to do to women and children once he left jail, say other prisoners. As Fardon walks free on Queensland streets this month, former prisoners and Correctional Services staff in 2013 spoke about his three decades behind bars. A\r\nRobert Fardon victim speaks ... This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue\r\n