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Three years of hell

rex bellotti_jnrBy National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

Rex Bellotti Jnr was 15 years old when a police four wheel drive struck him near midnight on a March night in 2006. Since that tragic event West Australian police and the State Government have refused to admit adequate culpability and the now 18 year old is still waiting for the State Insurer's payout.

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 14:43

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Racism unveiled in Albany with an attack on Mokare statue during NAIDOC Week

040712genmokare01By National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

NAIDOC Week celebrations turned sour in Western Australia's southern most regional town of Albany last week when the town's most well known statue of Mokare, a Nyoongar man from the early 1800s, was spray painted white.

 

Mokare's statue is in the heart of the town and the town's Nyoongars and many...

 

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