Questions for the Man Who Head-Butted the Former Australian Prime Minister

It's not every day you hear about someone assaulting a head of state and walking away with a minor charge.

Normally, when someone attacks a world leader – or even a former world leader – one of two things happens: They don’t live to tell the tale, or they’re imprisoned for years. At the very least, they are subject to intense public scrutiny. As we learned from Jim this week, however, these rules don’t seem to apply in Australia.

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