Automated “Robo-Debt” Program Related to Over 2000 Deaths

An estimated 2030 Australians on some form of income support in the nation have died after the government branch tasked with guaranteeing their payments sent threatening and often factually incorrect letters warning of cancellation.

At least 2030 recipients of Centrelink’s basic human services in Australia died over a two-year period following the initiation of a ‘robo-debt’ machine-automation program to address discrepancies in income support payment data.
According to reports, after Canberra placed much of its human services branch into the digital realm, hundreds of thousands of resource recipients — particularly those considered to be psychologically ‘at-risk’ — mistakenly received letters between July 2016 and October 2018 demanding new proofs for payment eligibility, resulting in the deaths of over 2030 people, cited by Abc.net.au.

Canberra’s Centrelink program supplies income support and many other services including healthcare to pensioners, indigenous Australians, military veterans, students and families with small children, among many other social groups. An estimated 5.1 million people were noted to depend upon one or another of the services, according to the most recent data.

FOLLOW THE LINK FOR THE FULL REPORT – JR

https://www.infowars.com/report-automated-robo-debt-program-related-to-over-2000-deaths/

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